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BREAKING: Protestors clash with cops outside Toronto police headquarters

Protestors demonstrating over the deaths of George Floyd and Regis Korchinski-Paquet clashed with police outside police headquarters in Toronto.

Libby Emmons and Beth Baisch Libby Emmons and Beth Baisch

BREAKING: Thousands protest in Toronto over the deaths of Regis Korchinski-Paquet and George Floyd

Protests that were planned today in Toronto to take action against anti-black and anti-Indigenous racism in Canada and the US saw thousands arrive on the scene to take part.

Libby Emmons and Beth Baisch Libby Emmons and Beth Baisch

Arrests made in laser pointer attack on York Regional Police helicopter

Two men have been arrested and charged with a series of what York Regional Police (YRP) called “laser attacks” on the police agency’s Air2 helicopter.

Jonathan Bradley Jonathan Bradley

Trudeau government borrows over $371.5 BILLION in 27 days, breaks record

Ottawa has set a borrowing record with its unchecked spending during the lockdown, borrowing more than one third of a trillion dollars in 27 days.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Vancouver woman asked to stop singing in support of front line workers

A woman who would sing from her balcony each night at 7 p.m. to show her support for frontline workers amid the pandemic has been asked to stop by police.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Justin Trudeau speaks out on anti-black racism in the US

Justin Trudeau took a moment at the end of his press conference to address the increasing number of protests taking place in the United States.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Ford considering regionally phased approach to Ontario reopening

"My friends, we are making progress," Ford said. "We're taking the steps necessary and we will get through this. We will rebuild what we've lost. We will bring Ontario back with a vengeance."

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Trudeau government will not say how much they paid CEO

Trudeau's Infrastructure Minister will not tell the Canadian public how many taxpayer dollars were given to a former CEO.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

WATCH: Moose cools off in Ontario man's backyard pool

An Ottawa man woke up to rather Canadian surprise on Friday morning when he came out to his backyard to find a moose cooling off in his swimming pool.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Terminally ill Winnipeg cancer patient denied visits from family

As with many families throughout Manitoba, Francisco-Critica has been unable to see her 80-year-old father in the hospital due to coronavirus restrictions.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

Toronto man stages hunger strike outside of long-term care home

A Toronto man has started a protest in response to the critical military report regarding the rough conditions being seen in Ontario’s long-term care homes.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Trudeau government announces $650 million for support to indigenous communities

Trudeau addressed new funding for indigenous communities with an additional $650 million to assist both with pandemic preparedness and recovery and for broader issues.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Naked Winnipeg man steals ambulance, crashes it into building

A naked man in Winnipeg stole an ambulance from the medical personnel who were trying to help him and then crashed it into the wall of a Cultural Centre.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Ex-Parti Quebecois leader accused of sexual assault with a weapon

The former leader of the Parti Quebecois has been accused of sexual assault with a weapon in allegations that date back to 2014.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Pregnant woman loses her baby after coronavirus crisis prevented ultrasound at hospital

A woman from Carbonear, St. John's is devastated after she found out that the baby she was carrying for eight weeks had died.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick