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Coronavirus: 56 dead and 1,975 infected as Canada reports 1st case

By Nick Givas

Canada announced its first case of the Coronavirus on Saturday, adding to an outbreak that has already claimed the lives of 41 people and sickened at least 1,300 others since it originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

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Canadian teen calls cops after fake ID doesn’t arrive, prompts police warning on identity theft scams

By Stephen Sorace

A Canadian teen’s bizarre call to police on Tuesday to report that the fake ID they ordered online never arrived has authorities stepping up efforts to warn of potential identity theft scams. 

Iran Acknowledges It Fired 2 Missiles at Ukrainian Jet

By Ben Hubbard

It also appeared to walk back a promise to send the jet’s data recorders abroad for analysis, asking the United States and France to send the necessary equipment to Iran instead.

The Royals Are Coming to Canada, but Where Will They Live?

By Ian Austen and Dan Bilefsky

As speculation grows over where Prince Harry and Meghan will make their home in Canada, so does concern over who will pay their costs.

Extradition Hearings Begin for Meng Wanzhou, Huawei Officer Held in Canada

By Dan Bilefsky

A Chinese executive wanted by the U.S. may be passing her days in a Vancouver mansion, but friends say she is “trapped” in a gilded cage.

Extradition Hearings Begin for Meng Wanzhou, Huawei Officer Held in Canada

By Dan Bilefsky

A Chinese executive wanted by the U.S. may be passing her days in a Vancouver mansion, but friends say she is “trapped” in a gilded cage.

Fighting Extradition to U.S., a Chinese Executive Goes to Court

By Dan Bilefsky and Tracy Sherlock

A Canadian judge will hear evidence on whether to extradite Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer, to the United States to face fraud charges. Here’s what you need to know.

Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow to the Midwest, Disrupting Travel

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

Temperatures in the Twin Cities area are expected to fall below zero Saturday night, while parts of New Jersey can expect to see several inches of snow, meteorologists said.

Harry and Meghan Give Up Royal Titles, Forgo State Funding

By Mark Landler

The agreement represents one of the most dramatic ruptures within the British royal family since King Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry an American woman, Wallis Simpson.

Downed Plane’s Black Boxes Will Go to Ukraine, Iranian Media Says

By Elian Peltier

A spokeswoman for Ukraine’s president said she could not confirm that its authorities were receiving the data recorders from the jet Iran mistakenly shot down, killing 176.

Canada Offers Compensation to Families of Victims of Plane Downed in Iran

By Ian Austen

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the payments to Canadian families of victims do not absolve Iran from providing compensation.

N.H.L. Draft Pick Inspires Dreams as Big as the Yukon

By Gerald Narciso and Ricardo Nagaoka

Dylan Cozens became only the fourth Yukon-bred player drafted to the N.H.L. last year, giving juniors in his remote hometown a path to follow.

N.H.L. Draft Pick Inspires Dreams as Big as the Yukon

By Gerald Narciso and Ricardo Nagaoka

Dylan Cozens became only the fourth Yukon-bred player drafted to the N.H.L. last year, giving juniors in his remote hometown a path to follow.

β€˜Megxit’ Is the New Brexit in a Britain Split by Age and Politics

By Mark Landler

The debate over Harry and Meghan’s push for greater independence from royal life is uncannily like the Brexit debate, with young liberals favoring the couple and older conservatives backing the queen.

For Prince Harry, No Special Treatment in Canada

By Ian Austen

When it comes to immigration, taxation and even what they call themselves, Harry and Meghan will be no different than any other newcomers to Canada.

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