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Over half of Americans oppose Trump tariff on Canadian aluminum, survey suggests

Over half of Americans oppose Trump tariff on Canadian aluminum, survey suggests

OTTAWA — A new opinion survey suggests Donald Trump's recent decision to slap a tariff on Canadian raw aluminum is garnering poor reviews on both sides of the border.
Ministers face grilling over WE affair and a cow chase: In The News for Aug. 11

Ministers face grilling over WE affair and a cow chase: In The News for Aug. 11

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Aug. 11. What we are watching in Canada ...
'Horrific:' Witness says Alberta doctor slain while working in medical clinic

'Horrific:' Witness says Alberta doctor slain while working in medical clinic

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Trudeau government announces additional humanitarian aid to Lebanon

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced an additional $25 million in aid to help the people of Lebanon struggling to recover from last week's devastating explosion in Beirut.
Judge grants stay to Quebec English school boards as legal challenge plays out

Judge grants stay to Quebec English school boards as legal challenge plays out

MONTREAL — Quebec Superior Court has granted a stay to English school boards challenging a provincial government law abolishing them, pending the outcome of a legal challenge on its merits.
Rent-relief program becomes new front in fight between Liberals, opposition

Rent-relief program becomes new front in fight between Liberals, opposition

OTTAWA — A quiet choice this spring to have the Crown corporation responsible for helping Canadians obtain affordable housing run a commercial rent-relief program during the COVID-19 pandemic has become the latest front in a war between the Liberal g

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Aug. 10

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:08 p.m. on Aug. 10, 2020: There are 120,132 confirmed cases in Canada.
Quebec makes masks mandatory for students Grade 5 and up, except in classrooms

Quebec makes masks mandatory for students Grade 5 and up, except in classrooms

MONTREAL — Quebec's updated back-to-school plan requires students in Grade 5 and up to wear masks in all common areas of school buildings, but not in the classroom.
Police investigating after insults, expletives yelled at federal minister's staff

Police investigating after insults, expletives yelled at federal minister's staff

Ottawa police are investigating after someone yelled obscenities at a member of federal Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna's staff, video of which was posted to social media.

From masks to cohorting, a guide to back-to-school rules across the country

Plans are being made across the country for how to safely send students back to school in the fall as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Here is a look at what the various provinces have said about getting kids back to classes.