The Canadian Press

Armed Forces reports 20 military suicides last year, largest number since 2014

Armed Forces reports 20 military suicides last year, largest number since 2014

‘Little to do with COVID:’ Landowners, law experts criticize well cleanup bill

‘Little to do with COVID:’ Landowners, law experts criticize well cleanup bill

Business generally supports changes to wage subsidy rules unveiled by Trudeau

Business generally supports changes to wage subsidy rules unveiled by Trudeau

First troops return from Ukraine, in quarantine at Ontario military base

First troops return from Ukraine, in quarantine at Ontario military base

More COVID-19 aid, PPE needed for First Nations and Metis, leaders say

More COVID-19 aid, PPE needed for First Nations and Metis, leaders say

Calgary woman who died of COVID-19 was expecting 2020 to be best year: husband

Calgary woman who died of COVID-19 was expecting 2020 to be best year: husband

Alberta plan to use smartphones to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions

Alberta plan to use smartphones to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions

COVID cases surge past 19,000 with 501 deaths; Quebec has most fatalities

COVID cases surge past 19,000 with 501 deaths; Quebec has most fatalities

Demographic data ‘essential’ to track spread of COVID-19: researchers

Demographic data ‘essential’ to track spread of COVID-19: researchers

NHLers reflect on league pause: ‘All of a sudden someone turns the car off’

NHLers reflect on league pause: ‘All of a sudden someone turns the car off’

Canada won’t tip hand on possibility of import tariffs on Saudi oil

Canada won’t tip hand on possibility of import tariffs on Saudi oil

Canadian Natural Resources president OK with Canada joining oil supply pact

Canadian Natural Resources president OK with Canada joining oil supply pact

Financier predicts new respect for oilpatch as Canada recovers from pandemic

Financier predicts new respect for oilpatch as Canada recovers from pandemic

Alberta plan to use smartphones to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions

Governments must be transparent about who is collecting and processing the data, says one expert

Armed Forces reports 20 military suicides last year, largest number since 2014

Increase comes despite the federal government having introduced a suicide-prevention strategy

Landowners and legal experts criticize Alberta’s well cleanup bill

Critics say bill still doesn’t give energy companies a timeline to clean up their mess

Toronto company expands ventilator production tenfold to meet demand

Toronto-based company would produce at most 50 ventilators in a month

Man charged after licking products in store as part of ‘COVID Challenge:’ police

Prank was based on what some people are calling the COVID Challenge on TikTok

Annual pace of housing starts slowed in March, CMHC says

Rural rate pegged at 12,621 units

Man charged after licking product in store as part of ‘COVID Challenge:’ police

Man charged after licking product in store as part of ‘COVID Challenge:’ police