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News: Canada

Captain Neuer praises the Bayern spirit

Wednesday  07:40,   28 october 2020

Hansi Flick ticked the extra short trip to Russia of FC Bayern even before the night flight back to Munich. After the arduous 2: 1 (1: 0) against Lokomotiv Moscow, the triple coach emphasized the mentality of his team, which not only continued... >>>

Côte d'Ivoire: Kouadio Konan Bertin, the opponent who wanted an active ballot

Wednesday  06:50,   28 october 2020

© AFP Photos / Sia Kambou The Ivorian presidential candidate Kouadio Konan Bertin in Abidjan, October 4, 2020. The only opposition candidate to accept the electoral process, Kouadio Konan Bertin spoke for nearly an hour in his campaign headquarters >>>

NXIVM guru gets 120 years in prison in sex-slaves case

Wednesday  05:50,   28 october 2020

NEW YORK — Disgraced self-improvement guru Keith Raniere, whose NXIVM followers included millionaires and Hollywood actors, was sentenced to 120 years on Tuesday for turning some adherents into sex slaves branded with his initials and sexually... >>>

COVID-19 death toll surpasses 10,000 as second wave continues to surge

Wednesday  04:50,   28 october 2020

OTTAWA — More than 10,000 Canadians have died due to COVID-19, a grim milestone reached by a pandemic that is far from over. Twenty-eight new deaths reported in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta pushed the death toll to 1,001 on Tuesday. Canada... >>>

Buffalo Party's strong showing in Saskatchewan vote a warning to Moe: experts

Wednesday  04:50,   28 october 2020

SASKATOON — Right-wing, pro-independence candidates had a stronger showing in Saskatchewan's election than the Opposition NDP in some rural ridings and experts say that means Premier Scott Moe's Saskatchewan Party can't rest easy in... >>>

#ICYMI: Testing system 'outsmarted,' gyms face fines, N-word in textbook, more

Wednesday  04:50,   28 october 2020

Catch up on today’s news that you might have missed. Some in need of COVID-19 testing are ‘outsmarting’ system Montreal public health authorities are alarmed by what they say is a new trend — a refusal by some residents of Park Extension and other... >>>

Senate unveils plan for hybrid sittings with senators participating virtually and in-person

Wednesday  03:51,   28 october 2020

The Senate has rolled out a plan for hybrid sittings that will allow senators physically present in the chamber and those participating virtually to debate, ask questions and vote. "Balancing health and safety, including complying with provincial... >>>

Tops / Flops Marseille-Manchester City: Sparkling De Bruyne, an OM not at the level of

Wednesday  03:30,   28 october 2020

© Panoramic Tops De Bruyne in all the good shots Kevin de Bruyne shone this Tuesday evening in Marseille in this match of the 2nd day of the Champions League group stage (0-3). The Manchester City playmaker, who returned to West Ham last Saturday... >>>

Nagorno-Karabakh: decisive battle for control of the Lachine corridor

Wednesday  03:15,   28 october 2020

© AP Photo Smoke rises during the fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the Nagorno-Karabakh mountains on October 23, 2020. In the conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh, the Azerbaijani forces continue their advance in the conquest of this... >>>

Deaf blind woman's rights breached by how student loan administered: court

Wednesday  02:52,   28 october 2020

TORONTO — An Ontario court has ruled that the provincial and federal governments must operate their student loan program in a way that ensures those with disabilities who take longer to complete their studies are not saddled with more debt than... >>>

Top public servant offers to explain redactions to WE Charity documents

Wednesday  02:52,   28 october 2020

OTTAWA — The country's top public servant is offering to testify about controversial redactions to some 5,000 pages of documents the government released on the WE Charity affair. Ian Shugart, clerk of the Privy Council, made the offer Tuesday in >>>

Alberta COVID deaths pushes Canada past milestone of 10,000 deaths

Wednesday  02:52,   28 october 2020

Canada reached a grim and worrying milestone Tuesday in the COVID-19 pandemic, surpassing 10,000 novel coronavirus deaths. Alberta reported two deaths from COVID-19 to lift the national tally to 10,001. COVID-19 case counts slowed across the country >>>

MPs amend judge sex-assault training bill to add systemic racism training, sparking new concerns

Wednesday  02:51,   28 october 2020

OTTAWA — A bill that requires sexual assault training for federally appointed judges has been amended by MPs to also include training on “systemic racism and systemic discrimination” — a change some see as a troubling sign politicians will keep... >>>

Did you receive double CERB payments? The CRA wants its money back

Wednesday  01:51,   28 october 2020

In a statement to Global News, the CRA said they identified Canadians who may have applied for the CERB through both Service Canada and the CRA, which would have resulted in double payments. "Canadians can apply for the CERB through Service Canada... >>>

Buffalo Party's strong showing in Saskatchewan vote a warning to Moe: experts

Wednesday  01:51,   28 october 2020

SASKATOON — Right-wing, pro-independence candidates had a stronger showing in Saskatchewan's election than the Opposition NDP in some rural ridings and experts say that means Premier Scott Moe's Saskatchewan Party can't rest easy in... >>>