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Opponents mark one year since adoption of Quebec's controversial religious symbols law

Opponents mark one year since adoption of Quebec's controversial religious symbols law

MONTREAL — Opponents of Quebec's controversial secularism law vowed Sunday to keep up the fight to see it rescinded ahead of the first anniversary of its passing.
Auditors target Defence Department for poor oversight of military-spending plan

Auditors target Defence Department for poor oversight of military-spending plan

OTTAWA — The Department of National Defence has been called out for assigning less than three people to monitor the rollout of the Liberal government's plan to spend hundreds of billions of dollars in new military equipment, troops and training.
Migrant workers hold virtual rally seeking full immigration status

Migrant workers hold virtual rally seeking full immigration status

TORONTO — A group supporting migrant workers held a virtual rally Sunday that called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and MPs to immediately extend full immigration status for all non-permanent residents.
Erin O'Toole used American call centre to contact Conservative voters

Erin O'Toole used American call centre to contact Conservative voters

OTTAWA — Erin O'Toole, running for the leadership of the federal Conservative party promising to stand up for Canadian workers, used American ones on his campaign. A U.S.
Some Montreal bar owners planning to reopen in defiance of provincial stance

Some Montreal bar owners planning to reopen in defiance of provincial stance

MONTREAL — This is usually one of Ziggy Eichenbaum's biggest-earning weekends of the year, when his pub is packed with tourists and partiers soaking up the atmosphere surrounding the Montreal Grand Prix.
Liberals look at buying distressed buildings to save stock of affordable housing

Liberals look at buying distressed buildings to save stock of affordable housing

OTTAWA — A new analysis of the country's stock of affordable housing suggests the Liberals' decade-long strategy to provide more of it is starting in a deeper hole than previously thought, and may be further behind once the COVID-19 pandemic passes.

No winning ticket for Saturday night's $7.5 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $7.5 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the draw's guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in British Columbia.

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Quebec provincial police make arrest after manhunt in Stanstead, near Quebec-U.S. border

Quebec provincial police make arrest after manhunt in Stanstead, near Quebec-U.S. border

Quebec provincial police say a manhunt for an armed suspect in Stanstead, Que., ended with an arrest late Saturday. Just before 11 p.m.
Some anger but Black Lives Matter rally in central Alberta mostly peaceful

Some anger but Black Lives Matter rally in central Alberta mostly peaceful

INNISFAIL, Alta. — There was some friction and angry words but a Black Lives Matter rally in central Alberta Saturday remained largely peaceful. The protest in Innisfail, Alta.
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