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Canada's top physician painted a bleak picture Saturday of the toll the COVID-19 pandemic may take on the country, expressing fears the number of pandemic-related hospitalizations and deaths could increase in the coming weeks as the second wave drives the national death toll toward 10,000.

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Politicians from a Toronto-area region facing the prospect of stricter public health measures pleaded for an exemption on Saturday, arguing the local COVID-19 case load isn't on par with numbers in other hot spots that drove Ontario's total to a new single-day high.

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OTTAWA - Canadian companies that answered the government's call to produce ventilators and other desperately needed equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic say they're worried opposition MPs are now demanding disclosure of the contracts they signed with Ottawa.

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OTTAWA - The Assembly of First Nations has "lost confidence" in RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki after months of unrest, National Chief Perry Bellegarde said Friday as he called for her resignation.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walked back a promise to lift all on-reserve boil-water advisories by 2021 on Friday, as the First Nation with Canada's longest-standing drinking water advisory learned it needs to wait for more tests before it can turn the taps back on.