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1 Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Friday
2 Dr. Hinshaw tells CBC News there has been a 'dramatic shift' in COVID-19 risk to the general population
3 First Nations and Ottawa agree to $8 billion settlement on drinking water advisories
4 Cold snap leaves Brazilian authorities scrambling to support homeless population
5 RCMP officers created an app to rate their workplaces — now they fear HQ is watching
6 Southern Alberta gas station mixes up gas and diesel, leaving some drivers with hefty repair bills
7 U.S. Treasury must provide Trump's tax returns to House committee
8 Worried your COVID-19 vaccine won't be accepted abroad? Here's what you need to know
9 Canada's economy shrank for 2nd month in a row in May
10 Canada could be seeing the start of a variant-driven 4th wave, chief health officer warns
11 First responders in Sherbrooke, Que., apologize after mistaking fire victim for mannequin
12 Advisory council could strip Julie Payette of her Order of Canada
13 Heavy rains pose problems for France's champagne producers
14 Government extends pandemic recovery programs and business supports
15 United Kingdom exempts some countries from travel quarantine — but Canada isn't one of them
16 U.S. navy charges sailor 1 year after fire destroyed docked warship
17 Pair of travellers from U.S. fined $20K each for fake vaccination documents
18 Russia blames software glitch for knocking International Space Station out of position
19 Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over hybrid Black Widow release
20 Climate tipping points are difficult to predict. In Canada and beyond, they might have already arrived
21 Millions meant for residential school survivors spent on Catholic Church lawyers, administration: documents
22 'Welcome home,' Biden tells 1st group of Afghans resettling in U.S.
23 Australia's largest city seeks military help as daily COVID-19 cases hit new record
24 Southern resident killer whales spotted after prolonged absence
25 Only 1 type of business still isn't allowed to reopen in Ontario — oxygen bars
26 Alberta parents question safety of sending children to school with no COVID-19 pandemic restrictions
27 COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Friday, July 30
28 Winnipeg police release video of suspect in racist graffiti incident
29 Thieves rip metal plaque from RCMP memorial
30 Diesel explosion at Moncton paving company injures worker
31 Public servants to begin returning to Portage III towers next week
32 Charges against 2 men stayed in 2019 homicide
33 Dr. Russell's pandemic-fighting powers vanish at midnight Friday
34 Key COVID-19 numbers in the Ottawa area today
35 Doctors, lawyers urge B.C. to start tracking heat-related injuries
36 Prime minister announces appointment of five new senators
37 AstraZeneca to seek U.S. approval of COVID vaccine
38 Man arrested after violent outburst at McDonald's in Richmond
39 2 new COVID-19 cases on P.E.I.
40 Canadian Arctic fossils may be the oldest animal ever found, study suggests
41 Two Winnipeg men charged with child pornography possession, child luring
42 Dramatic video at hearing shows brutality of U.S. Capitol riot
43 The unvaccinated 'deserve what they get'? Not in my Calgary
44 Riders at Halifax waterfront carnival slammed into tree branches
45 Marineland faces legal complaint about Kiska, 'the world's loneliest orca'
46 Saskatchewan to stop releasing daily COVID-19 updates
47 Man, 22, injured in afternoon shooting near Bell Centre
48 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on July 27
49 Erin O'Toole says he'd let New Brunswick decide how to fund abortions
50 AGLC seizes $4.5M worth of contraband tobacco in Calgary
51 Man impersonates health-care aide looking after patients at Winnipeg hospital
52 Mild winter could lead to record-low oxygen levels in Bedford Basin
53 Border workers vote to strike, putting Canada's reopening plans at risk
54 B.C. declares COVID-19 outbreak in Central Okanagan, reimposes mask mandate
55 Driver dead in single-vehicle crash on Highway 7
56 German chemical explosion leaves 1 dead, 4 missing
57 Pumped-up gas prices approaching records in Windsor
58 Surveys will help on-reserve youth share stories, hopes
59 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on July 26
60 1 new COVID-19 case reported in N.S. on Thursday
61 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on Friday
62 Rising COVID-19 transmission in Sask. a 'troubling' trend: statistician
63 P.E.I. formally recognizes Aug. 1 as Emancipation Day
64 Residential school survivors demand Sask. court release Catholic compensation document
65 Firefighters working to contain fire at Barrie propane facility
66 Pilot project to test allowing horses on Confederation Trail
67 Women athletes are pushing back against the uniform status quo
68 Cheese recalled for Listeria monocytogenes contamination
69 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on July 25
70 Tornadoes touched down in Leamington and Windsor, researchers say
71 Mary Simon officially becomes Canada's first Inuk Governor General
72 Imperial Oil posts 7% fall in quarterly profit
73 Get vaccinated or be confined at home, Philippines president warns
74 Tornadoes cause damage in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, 1 death reported
75 Attempted murder charges laid after attack on Laurentian University property
76 The Loop: Festival City returns as COVID-19 cases jump
77 Wildfires blasting through western U.S. draw states to lend support
78 N.S. COVID experts question Alberta's race toward normality
79 Broadway to require COVID-19 vaccination proof, masks for theatregoers
80 Meet the unvaccinated: Why some Canadians still haven't had the shot
81 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on Saturday
82 'Unusually large meteor' briefly lights up southern Norway
83 Banff Mayor Karen Sorensen appointed to Senate
84 Edmonton 'Pride Corner' protesters petition for permanent recognition
85 Eye in the sky: Alberta startup touts drones as wildfire fighting game changer
86 Motorcyclist, 37, dies in fatal collision with SUV in Etobicoke
87 Man wanted in connection with hate-motivated assaults arrested again
88 Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on July 22
89 Federal government announces $9.3M for affordable homes in Windsor
90 Electronics recycling program expanding on P.E.I.
91 Faulty crossing signals pose danger to Winnipeggers with visual impairments
92 3-year-old Windsor girl raising and releasing monarch butterflies
93 Fully vaccinated tourists will soon be able to visit Canada again
94 Wildfires are causing the price of lumber to spike again
95 First Riders game in nearly two years sells out
96 Toronto man discovers CCTV camera pointing into his bedroom
97 Hard work, surprises, tough choices: Stories of immigration to Ottawa
98 Search for bodies concludes at site of Florida condo collapse
99 A teenager threw a message in a bottle into the Pacific Ocean. 9 years later, a B.C. cleanup crew found it
100 Biden nominates David Cohen as pick for ambassador to Canada