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Internal audit of Scheer's expenses turns up money on school, clothes, minivan

Internal audit of Scheer's expenses turns up money on school, clothes, minivan

OTTAWA — Andrew Scheer billed the Conservative party for his kids' private Catholic school, private security, an extra housekeeper, his minivan and clothes for his family, a party review of the outgoing leader's spending has concluded.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:14 p.m. on April 2, 2020: There are 11,283 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Ontario to release COVID-19 modelling; Ford says numbers will be hard to hear

Ontario to release COVID-19 modelling; Ford says numbers will be hard to hear

TORONTO — Ontario will release data Friday showing how many Ontarians could die from COVID-19 in various scenarios, Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday, warning that the projections will be hard to hear.
Navy recalls ships, orders on- board physical distancing due to COVID-19

Navy recalls ships, orders on- board physical distancing due to COVID-19

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Navy is pulling ships back from missions abroad and imposing new rules on physical distancing while at sea as the military prepares to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Words to remember: Canadian newsmakers have their say on COVID-19

Words to remember: Canadian newsmakers have their say on COVID-19

A look at some of the top quotes from across Canada on Thursday in relation to COVID-19: "It's kind of a done deal we're getting off this pleasure cruise.
The race to trace the spread of COVID-19 in Canada using disease trackers

The race to trace the spread of COVID-19 in Canada using disease trackers

TORONTO — Increasingly frustrated health officials say they are prepared to take more aggressive measures to track and contain people with COVID-19 as the number of sick and dead continues to soar.
Canada facing 'major' medical gear shortage as 68 countries restrict exports

Canada facing 'major' medical gear shortage as 68 countries restrict exports

Scores of countries have moved to restrict the export of face masks, gloves and other medical supplies critical for front-line workers in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving Canada and others scrambling to source products that now have h
Advocates sound alarm over COVID-19 limiting access to contraceptives, abortion

Advocates sound alarm over COVID-19 limiting access to contraceptives, abortion

OTTAWA — Limited access to contraceptives and services because of COVID-19 is likely to lead to a surge in unintended pregnancies, according to sexual-health advocates.
Appeal court nixes fresh lobby probe of Aga Khan in Trudeau vacation case

Appeal court nixes fresh lobby probe of Aga Khan in Trudeau vacation case

OTTAWA — There is no need for the federal lobbying commissioner to take another look at whether the Aga Khan broke the rules by giving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a vacation in the Bahamas, an appeal court has decided.
Feds went with simple rules for benefits to speed up COVID-19 aid, Morneau says

Feds went with simple rules for benefits to speed up COVID-19 aid, Morneau says

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau says imposing hard and fast rules about who can receive federal aid to weather the economic shock from COVID-19 was the only way to get the money out the door fast — even if some people fall through the cracks a