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Toronto's masking bylaws and a Nick Cordero album; The News for July 23

Toronto's masking bylaws and a Nick Cordero album; The News for July 23

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of July 23 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Morneau repays $41K in travel expenses to WE, faces resignation calls

Morneau repays $41K in travel expenses to WE, faces resignation calls

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau faced calls for his resignation Wednesday after revealing he had just repaid over $41,000 in travel charges to WE Charity — an organization MPs heard had multiple contacts with his office while the government pl
Proposed B.C. legislation to detain youth who overdose could harm them: doctor

Proposed B.C. legislation to detain youth who overdose could harm them: doctor

VANCOUVER — Indigenous and civil liberties groups say the British Columbia government failed to consult them before proposing legislation that would force youth under 19 to stay in hospital after an overdose.
Info czar finds 'possible offence' concerning access request about Mark Norman

Info czar finds 'possible offence' concerning access request about Mark Norman

OTTAWA — Information commissioner Caroline Maynard says she uncovered "evidence of the possible commission of an offence" related to the processing of an Access to Information request related to now-retired Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, July 22

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, July 22

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:26 p.m. on July 22, 2020: There are 112,240 confirmed cases in Canada.
Police say Quebec sisters were victims of double murder committed by their father

Police say Quebec sisters were victims of double murder committed by their father

MONTREAL — A father who was the subject of an intense 10-day manhunt had killed his two young daughters with a blunt object and taken his own life before an Amber Alert was ever triggered for them, Quebec provincial police said Wednesday. Chief Insp.
What investigators revealed about deaths of girls, father in Quebec

What investigators revealed about deaths of girls, father in Quebec

MONTREAL — A look at what provincial police revealed Wednesday about the deaths of Norah and Romy Carpentier and their father: - At 9:30 p.m.
Lake Louise ski resort loses appeal of $2M fine for cutting endangered trees

Lake Louise ski resort loses appeal of $2M fine for cutting endangered trees

CALGARY — An Alberta judge has upheld a $2.1 million fine against a world-renowned ski resort for cutting down endangered trees nearly seven years ago.
Survivors, victims' family mark second anniversary of deadly Danforth shooting

Survivors, victims' family mark second anniversary of deadly Danforth shooting

TORONTO — Relatives of the victims of a deadly Toronto mass shooting gathered alongside local officials on Wednesday to mark the second anniversary of the tragedy that continues to make itself felt in one of the city's busiest neighbourhoods.
Funding for long-term care needed before second wave of COVID-19: advocates

Funding for long-term care needed before second wave of COVID-19: advocates

OTTAWA — With an uptick in new cases of COVID-19 in Canada sparking concerns about a second wave of the illness, advocates for seniors in long-term care say more federal support must start flowing immediately to ensure elders do not again become the
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