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Canada, US and allies talk aid for Haiti at meeting

TORONTO (AP) — Haiti’s spiraling insecurity and growing concerns about its ability to hold general elections following the killing of President Jovenel Moïse prompted two dozen international senior of...

Ontario to lift lockdown on dining rooms and gyms

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s largest province is ending a lockdown of restaurant dining rooms, gyms and cinemas at the end of the month. Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Thursday they will ...

Ontario confirms students are returning to classrooms Monday

TORONTO (AP) — Student in Canada's largest province will return to classrooms Monday, and teachers and staff will be provided with non-fitted N95 masks, officials confirmed Wednesday. ...

Quebec to levy financial penalty on unvaccinated adults

MONTREAL (AP) — The premier of the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec announced Tuesday that adult residents who refuse to get vaccinated against the coronavirus will be charged a financial p...

Trudeau calls party flight to Mexico a slap in the face

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called videos of a party on a recent Sunwing Airlines flight from Montreal to Cancun, Mexico, a “slap in the face” to those who have tried to stay...

Ontario shuts schools, indoor dining, gyms amid infections

TORONTO (AP) — All schools in Canada’s most populous province will be shut down and move to online learning because of a record number of coronavirus infections fueled by the ultra-contagious omicron ...

Virus fears trigger more holiday cancellations, restrictions

BOSTON (AP) — The nation’s second-largest city called off its New Year’s Eve celebration Monday, and its smallest state re-imposed an indoor mask mandate as the omicron variant leaped ahead of other v...

Quebec closing bars, gyms and cinemas as case counts soar

TORONTO (AP) — Quebec announced Monday that it is closing bars, cinemas, gyms and spas because of a record number of coronavirus cases in the Canadian province. Sporting events will be closed to spect...

Ontario limits capacity at restaurants and retailers at 50%

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s largest province announced Friday that it is cutting capacity at restaurants, bars, malls and retailers to 50% and limiting social gatherings inside restaurants to 10 people in...

Canada advises against foreign travel, Ontario limits events

TORONTO (AP) — The Canadian government on Wednesday advised Canadians against all non-essential international travel, and the largest province of Ontario capped capacity at large events like NBA and N...

Canada cops ask for help to ID suspect in billionaire murder

TORONTO (AP) — Police are asking for the public's help after releasing video of a suspect in the killing of Canadian drug company billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife four years ago. ...

Canada joins US and allies in Beijing Olympics boycott

TORONTO (AP) — Canada will join the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia in a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics over human rights concerns, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sai...

Meeting between Canadian First Nations and pope postponed

TORONTO (AP) — A meeting at the Vatican between Pope Francis and Canadian Indigenous people who were abused at church-run boarding schools has been postponed because of the new coronavirus variant. ...

Canada bans more countries amid fears over omicron variant

TORONTO (AP) — Canada announced a ban Tuesday on foreign nationals from three more countries because of concerns with the omicron COVID-19 variant. Canada is banning all foreigners ...

AP source: Blue Jays reach deal with pitcher Kevin Gausman

TORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays have reached an agreement with right-hander Kevin Gausman on a five-year, $110 million contract, pending a physical, a person familiar with the deal told The Assoc...