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COVID data void in Canada could hamper understanding of lingering impact: experts

COVID data void in Canada could hamper understanding of lingering impact: experts

VANCOUVER — A lack of data tracking Canadians who have had COVID-19 could hinder efforts to understand potential post-infection conditions, such as diabetes and brain fog, experts have warned.
Government to review money-laundering inquiry report before public release, says Eby

Government to review money-laundering inquiry report before public release, says Eby

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it has received the final report from the public inquiry into money laundering.
Jurors in Hoggard trial review testimony after telling court they're deadlocked

Jurors in Hoggard trial review testimony after telling court they're deadlocked

TORONTO — Jurors in the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard began reviewing hours of testimony Friday evening after telling the court they were still deadlocked.
Tory MP who won't disclose vaccine status asked to leave House of Commons precinct

Tory MP who won't disclose vaccine status asked to leave House of Commons precinct

OTTAWA — A Conservative MP who refuses to disclose her vaccination status tried to access the House of Commons precinct after a COVID-19 vaccination mandate was imposed last year and was required to leave.
Two Indigenous sisters imprisoned for 30 years see fresh hope for release

Two Indigenous sisters imprisoned for 30 years see fresh hope for release

OTTAWA — Two Indigenous sisters who have spent nearly 30 years in prison for what they say is a wrongful murder conviction now have reason to hope their names could soon be cleared.
'National shame:' Groups decry inaction on violence against Indigenous women, girls

'National shame:' Groups decry inaction on violence against Indigenous women, girls

Advocates across the country had a similar message for Ottawa one year after it released a national plan to end violence against Indigenous women and girls: the federal government has failed to live up to its commitments.
World needs to up game against emerging infectious diseases: Dr. Theresa Tam

World needs to up game against emerging infectious diseases: Dr. Theresa Tam

OTTAWA — Canada's chief public health officer says the world must erect better defences against transmissible viruses as climate change and other factors raise the risk we will see more emerging infectious diseases in the years to come. Dr.
Bernard Drainville, creator of Quebec values charter, back in politics with CAQ

Bernard Drainville, creator of Quebec values charter, back in politics with CAQ

QUEBEC — A prominent Quebec radio host and the man behind the Parti Québécois's controversial values charter is making a return to provincial politics, this time under the Coalition Avenir Québec banner.
Tory leader candidates should learn from Ford, appeal to political foes: strategists

Tory leader candidates should learn from Ford, appeal to political foes: strategists

OTTAWA — Doug Ford's victory in Ontario — and capture of NDP and Liberal seats — has prompted Tory strategists to urge federal leadership candidates to take a leaf out of his book and try to turn political foes into allies.
Trudeau to visit Norad, attend Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles next week

Trudeau to visit Norad, attend Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles next week

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will attend next week's Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles as President Joe Biden summons leaders to talk about what's ailing the Western Hemisphere.