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"Our system of justice from policing to courts to corrections has failed many members of our Black community." – Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil.

#Analysis : The 2020 Blue Jays are lucky to be here in the playoffs. MLB allowed eight teams per league into the playoffs for the pandemic-shortened season, cruising past the previous high of five per league. @mylesdichter 

As the pandemic drags on, the Department of National Defence is worried it could see an increase in moral injuries in military personnel, health-care workers, and other staff at the front lines of dealing with COVID-19. @DavidBurkeCBC 

COVID-19 update: Federal officials give update on coronavirus testing

Azerbaijan and Armenia are again fighting over disputed territory in the Caucasus Mountains — but this time the conflict could grow into a regional war and lead to a humanitarian crisis. @CBCChrisBrown 

Members of Parliament completed their first-ever virtual vote in the House of Commons on Monday. It was marked by numerous technical glitches and cameo appearances by MPs' kids and even a family dog.

Election day in Saskatchewan is Oct. 26.

Former Calgary MP Rob Anders — a long-time crusader for lower taxes who helped found the Conservative Party of Canada — faces five charges under the Income Tax Act.

Cases of COVID-19 will likely continue to climb in Canada's most populous provinces, experts say, because of the way the infection spreads.

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Social distancing measures in Canada could be in place for months, Canada's health minister said today. Patty Hajdu warned that not following the measures in place now could lead to more strict measures later to confine people to their homes. #COVID19 

Watch this giant polar bear pet a dog on its head in Churchill, Manitoba

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Texas man shoots armadillo, bullet ricochets back into his face

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The garbage found inside a dead whale that washed ashore in Indonesia included 115 plastic cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags and two pairs of flip-flops.

Canadian musician Natalie MacMaster honoured those killed in the Nova Scotia shootings by playing fiddle alongside a video of one of the victims, 17-year-old Emily Tuck. #NovaScotiaRemembers 

Ten women have filed a civil class-action lawsuit, accusing Peter Nygard, one of Canada's wealthiest businessmen, of raping them at his seaside mansion in the Bahamas. Six of then were under 16 at the time of the alleged rapes.

A pizzeria in Winnipeg is paying it forward. Vikas and Shivani Sanger noticed hungry people coming into their shop without enough money for food. So they came up with a solution. Read more:

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