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No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for Tuesday's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot. The jackpot for the next draw on Sept. 10 will be at an estimated $31 million. The Canadian Press
B.C.'s top doctor says vaccine card could help move beyond COVID-19 disruption

B.C.'s top doctor says vaccine card could help move beyond COVID-19 disruption

VICTORIA — British Columbia's premier says the province's vaccination card will keep the province's economy running after an "unacceptable surge" in cases, mostly among those who are unvaccinated.
Yukon launches online COVID-19 vaccine credential system

Yukon launches online COVID-19 vaccine credential system

WHITEHORSE — Yukon is launching an online COVID-19 vaccine credential system, with the territory's premier saying there are no immediate plans for a vaccine mandate seen in other provinces and territories.

Nazi death-squad member tries but fails to bar public from deportation hearing

A former Nazi death-squad member has failed in his attempt to bar the public and media from his deportation hearing.
Owners of care home didn't co-operate with health authority, Quebec inquest hears

Owners of care home didn't co-operate with health authority, Quebec inquest hears

MONTREAL — The former owners of a long-term care home where dozens of people died of COVID-19 early in the pandemic refused to fully co-operate with the local health authorities and threatened not to pay workers who came to the residence at the gover
London police investigating rock-throwing incident at Trudeau campaign stop

London police investigating rock-throwing incident at Trudeau campaign stop

OTTAWA — Police in London, Ont., say they are investigating after someone threw gravel at Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau during a campaign event Monday.

A look at COVID-19 vaccine certificate programs across Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador on Tuesday joined the growing list of provinces planning to introduce COVID-19 vaccine passport systems.
Feds ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals

Feds ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals

WASHINGTON — The federal government welcomed fully vaccinated foreign nationals back to Canadian soil Tuesday as frustrated families on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border urged Congress to find out why the White House isn't following their lead.
Hurricane Larry could be headed for Newfoundland on Friday, but track uncertain

Hurricane Larry could be headed for Newfoundland on Friday, but track uncertain

HALIFAX — Residents of eastern Newfoundland are being warned hurricane Larry could have an impact on the Avalon Peninsula on Friday.
Border reopening to foreign nationals, campaign stays central: In The News for Sept 7

Border reopening to foreign nationals, campaign stays central: In The News for Sept 7

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Sept. 7, 2021 ... What we are watching in Canada ...