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1 Flames' Sean Monahan done for season with hip injury requiring surgery
2 Sean Murphy's RBI double
3 15 million Canadian households to get census forms this week
4 Man linked to B.C. and Alberta charged after woman's body found in national park
5 Canada's democracy is growing stronger as world weakens: report
6 Justin Trudeau Gets Call From Biden as Canada and U.S. Mend Relations
7 COVID-19-related spending set to drop sharply over coming year: PBO report
8 Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
9 Global response needed to ensure economic recovery from COVID-19 pandemic: Trudeau
10 Consumer helps fuel third-quarter economic rebound as households resume spending
11 Feds to give $1.5 billion to help Canadians in hard-hit sectors train for new jobs
12 Trudeau Liberals eye security threats to Canada's economy with governmentwide plan
13 Trudeau mulls mandatory hotel quarantine for returning travellers
14 Strategic antibody tests touted as tool in road to achieving broad COVID-19 immunity
15 Peel officer suspended after hugging COVID-19 protesters, accusing journalist of agitating attendees
16 After worst year on record, Canadian economy enters 2021 with double digit growth
17 Feds agree people with mental illness should have access to MAID — in 2 years
18 Unanimous committee report calls on Trudeau not to trigger election during pandemic
19 Liberal MPs, grassroots to push for universal basic income at party convention
20 What Trudeau said about vaccines, Saudi Arabia and Keystone XL on NBC's Meet the Press
21 Supreme Court to rule Thursday on whether carbon tax is constitutional
22 Now hiring: StatCan needs 32000 Canadians to administer 2021 census
23 Parliament Hill security increased after reports of harassment
24 One-on-one with Justin Trudeau: Prime minister talks COVID-19 with NEWS 1130
25 Pandemic job concerns could pose problem in long-term, Bank of Canada says
26 Conservatives attack Trudeau's 'reset' but they have ideas for their own
27 Coronavirus: Economy lost 213,000 jobs in January as lockdown measures hit Ont., Que.
28 Hong Kong residents will soon have a new path to permanent residence in Canada
29 Merchandise trade deficit fell to $3.3B in November, Statistics Canada reports
30 Counting the Days Under Virus Lockdown by the Length of Trudeau’s Hair
31 CSIS, RCMP modelling new security collaboration efforts on British lessons
32 Federal bank regulator proposes tightening test for uninsured mortgages
33 Health Canada green-lights rapid COVID-19 test
34 Pandemic exposes need for basic income program, expert says
35 Trudeau says he hopes to see COVID-19 vaccines roll out in Canada in early 2021
36 Parliamentary pile-on over national vaccine rollout kicks off new Commons sitting
37 Canadian economy grew 3.0 per cent in July: StatCan
38 Microsoft can now translate words into Inuktitut on its platforms
39 Economy adds 303000 jobs in March, unemployment rate falls, Statistics Canada says
40 Canada's spy-catching system caused delay, angst in Delisle case: former FBI official
41 PM urges Canadians to cancel travel plans after data reveals 1M travelled over holidays
42 Statistics Canada says economy added 84,000 jobs in October
43 Canada’s Conservatives Pick a Leader to Rival Scandal-Scarred Trudeau
44 Pandemic spending sent federal deficit to $268 billion in January, feds say
45 Trudeau government ready to usher in new privacy legislation
46 Liberals post call-out for candidates for next federal election
47 Statistics Canada considered delaying this year's census to 2022 due to pandemic
48 Black federal public servants file lawsuit alleging systemic discrimination
49 Canada's fiscal plans could renew credit rating pressure, Fitch warns
50 Annual pace of inflation edges up in February
51 Former Liberal finance minister Bill Morneau drops out of OECD campaign
52 Canada approves first HIV self-test in long-awaited move to reduce screening barriers
53 O'Toole pledges Conservatives would restore one million jobs within a year if elected
54 New work permit program for international graduates in Canada taking applications
55 New Democrats reconvene as hiccups, frustrations plague national policy convention
56 Budget officer blasts lack of detail in Liberals' $100B stimulus plan
57 Canada seeks to increase immigration over next three years even as pandemic rages on
58 Coronavirus: PM dismisses COVID-19 vaccine rollout 'noise,' vows Canada's on track
59 Senate passes amended version of assisted-dying bill after days of debate
60 Ex-Saudi spy urges Canadian court to free up assets says he's victim of death plot – Peace Arch News
61 Ottawa proposes to guarantee right to work in French in federally regulated companies
62 Statistics Canada says wholesale sales rose in November, manufacturing sales down
63 Health Canada warns against UV products that falsely claim to kill COVID-19 virus
64 Ottawa announces one-year extension to anti-ISIS mission, but offers few details
65 Trudeau government poised to introduce new gun-control legislation
66 Bill to implement UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples on the way
67 Champagne says he takes 'no lessons' from China on courting support for two Michaels
68 Spy warrant shortcomings stretch back almost a decade, newly released audit shows
69 Opposition shuts WE hearing as Liberals again refuse to let staffer testify
70 Don Martin: There is absolutely zero chance of a spring election, unless...
71 Canada in pictures – RCI | English
72 An inquiry into Canada's handling of COVID-19? It's warranted post-pandemic, says Hajdu
73 Indian politicians slam Trudeau for 'unwelcome' remarks on farmers' protest
74 Montreal Canadiens appoint Sean Burke as director of goaltending
75 More funding needed to address inequalities harming COVID-19 response: AFN
76 Ottawa's unemployment rate drops to new low since start of the pandemic
77 Spy chief says China is bent on stealing Canadian secrets, silencing critics
78 Canadian economy lost 63000 jobs in Dec., first decline since April
79 CRA expects online services back Wednesday following cyberbreaches
80 Perry Bellegarde won't seek re-election as head of Assembly of First Nations
81 COVID-19 taking financial toll on Canadians with disabilities: survey
82 8M vaccine doses to land in Canada by end of March after Pfizer moves up delivery
83 Presidential envoy John Kerry, Canada's Wilkinson discuss shared climate priorities
84 Trudeau riles China 50 years after his father established ties
85 Canadian spies called seeking warrant 'a necessary evil' and 'burdensome,' review finds
86 Five years after call to add Indigenous rights to citizenship guide, no changes made
87 Bank of Canada keeping close eye on household debt as pandemic drags on, deputy says
88 New taxpayer watchdog plans to monitor how CRA handles pandemic-stressed taxpayers
89 2021 budget the time to keep promises, act on COVID-19 recovery: MPs
90 Sean Monahan scores twice for Flames in 3-1 win over Canadiens
91 Ontario issues new month-long coronavirus stay at home order as cases surge
92 Internal data shows surge in harassment complaints at Canada Revenue Agency, RCMP
93 Trudeau promises roadmap following prorogation and cabinet reshuffle
94 Senior officer 'berated' after relaying complaint in an unclear reporting system
95 Security, health experts to lead review of pandemic warning system
96 New work permit being offered to keep more international students in Canada
97 Immigration lottery opens for people hoping to bring grandparents, parents to Canada
98 Canadian Football League kicker Sean Whyte re-signs with Edmonton – Surrey Now-Leader
99 Man accused of setting small fire at Canada Revenue Agency HQ
100 CERB program extended until start of September: Trudeau