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Orca That Carried Dead Calf for 17 Days Gives Birth Again

By Mike Baker

Researchers spotted the killer whale they call J35 alongside her “robust and lively” new calf on Saturday — a ray of hope for the endangered Southern Resident population off the Pacific Northwest.

Canada, US, EU and Britain discussing sanctions against Belarus

By Georgi Gotev

Canada, the United States, the European Union and Britain are discussing possible sanctions against Belarus over its crackdown against protests following a disputed election, a Canadian source directly familiar with the matter said on Wednesday (2 September). If sanctions were...

A Statue of Canada’s First Prime Minister Is Toppled, but Politicians Want It Restored

By Dan Bilefsky

John A. Macdonald was a divisive figure who tried to wipe out Indigenous Canadian culture. Some leading politicians — including Trudeau — criticized the vandalism of his statue.

β€˜I Am Stuck Until That Border Opens’: Marooned in Paradise

By Ruth Fremson

This geographically isolated community in Washington State has avoided the coronavirus, but at a considerable cost.

Cat drugs may fight coronavirus in humans, study says

By Amy McGorry

Two coronavirus drugs used in cats might help humans infected with novel coronavirus, according to a preliminary study recently published in the journal Nature. 

Canada bear kills woman on phone with dad, as son witnesses from cabin

By Robert Gearty

A 9-year-old Canadian boy watched in horror as a black bear killed his mother while she was on the phone talking to her father, according to a report.

Can Canada’s Schools Reopen Safely?

By Ian Austen

Plans to ensure safe classes vary by province and school board or are still in the works. Two experts offer their views on what’s ahead.

Salmonella Cases Linked to Onions Increase to Nearly 900

By Christina Morales

Grocery chains, including Publix and Giant Eagle, have recalled onions supplied by Thomson International and products that may contain the onions.

Montreal cop's 'good deed' leads to his suspension

By Greg Norman

A veteran Montreal police constable who wanted to perform a good deed has ended up getting suspended without pay. 

Toronto ISIS attacker denied parole, says she will 'do another attack' if she is not sent back to Syria

By Vandana Rambaran

A Syrian-born woman who charged employees at a tire shop in Canada, attempting to carry out an attack inspired by ISIS, was denied parole on Monday after prosecutors said she continues to threaten to commit another attack if she is released.