Canada may face legal trouble for turning away asylum seekers coming from U.S.: advocates

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COVID-19: Indigenous Minister says communities should postpone elections

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller is encouraging Indigenous communities gearing up for elections this year to…

Border towns in Canada ‘petrified’ by possibility of U.S. easing coronavirus measures

Canadian towns along the country’s U.S. border fear they will be harmed if the United States…

Coronavirus: Ontario government unveils $17B aid package in response to COVID-19

The Ontario government has unveiled a $17-billion aid package aimed at helping residents, businesses and the…

Coronavirus: Trump warns of ‘suicides by thousands’ if U.S. businesses don’t re-open soon

United States President Donald Trump said there would be “suicides by the thousands” if businesses were…

Liberal bill on coronavirus would give feds power to spend, tax without parliamentary approval

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the federal Liberals are poised to table a bill granting…

Bolsonaro denies Brazil healthcare system will collapse as coronavirus cases top 1,500

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has denied the country’s healthcare system will collapse next month, contradicting his…

Coronavirus: 2 African presidents defy own travel bans as cases soar above 1,000

Africa’s cases of the coronavirus rose above 1,000 on Saturday while two heads of state appeared…

Conservative leader race: Karahalios ousted, Peterson drops out

Ontario conservative activist Jim Karahalios has been kicked out of the Conservative leadership race. His name…

Could Canada enforce coronavirus self-isolation? Legal experts say yes

Over the past week, Canadian officials have urged the public to practice social distancing, self-isolate and…