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Proud Boys and other extreme right-wing groups among 13 added to Canada's terror list

Proud Boys and other extreme right-wing groups among 13 added to Canada's terror list

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government has added the Proud Boys and three other extreme right-wing groups to its list of terrorist organizations as it seeks to tackle the sort of neo-fascism and white nationalism that boiled over in the U.S. last month.
U.S., Europe divided on pandemic response, but expect better results next time: poll

U.S., Europe divided on pandemic response, but expect better results next time: poll

WASHINGTON — People in the United States and parts of Europe believe the COVID-19 pandemic has better equipped their countries to handle the next major health crisis, a new poll suggests.

As Alberta debates coal mining, industry already affecting once-protected Rockies

Coal mining is already having an impact in Alberta's Rocky Mountains even as debate intensifies over the industry's presence in one of the province's most beloved landscapes.

No rollcall votes in Commons if new electronic voting app adopted

OTTAWA — The COVID-19 pandemic is about to force another big break from tradition in the House of Commons: MPs using an app on their smartphones or laptops to cast votes remotely.

Some provinces yet to say when jail inmates to be vaccinated against COVID-19

A director at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association believes provinces should set targets for vaccinating inmates in provincial jails — something half of jurisdictions have yet to do.

In wake of decision to kill Keystone XL, Biden's first foreign-leader call? Trudeau

WASHINGTON — If Joe Biden's decision to kill off Keystone XL is supposed to sound the death knell for Canada-U.S. relations, you wouldn't know it from the newly minted president's call sheet.

Anxiety gives way to elation as Trump takes off, Biden takes over as U.S. president

WASHINGTON — The battle-tested Delaware senator who took on Donald Trump took over as U.S. president Wednesday, his daunting task to heal the wounds and reverse the damage left behind by his caustic and divisive predecessor.
'Baby, It's Cold Outside' pulled from some Canadian radio stations

'Baby, It's Cold Outside' pulled from some Canadian radio stations

TORONTO - “Baby, It's Cold Outside” is getting a chilly response from Canadian radio stations.
Revisiting the Princess Sophia, the sunken 'Ship of Sorrow'

Revisiting the Princess Sophia, the sunken 'Ship of Sorrow'

The more than 350 people who died aboard the SS Princess Sophia were Canadians and Americans by nationality, but avocation had made them all Northerners.
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