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‘An impossible choice to make’: A Montreal woman’s push to repatriate her niece from Syrian camp

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A Montreal woman whose two-year-old niece is languishing in a Syrian camp, after her father joined ISIS and was killed in a 2019 bombing, says the federal government needs to do more to repatriate its citizens detained in camps and prisons in the region.

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Toronto taxi company considers pumping the brakes on service in some COVID-19 hotspots

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A Toronto taxi company is considering withdrawing services to some high-risk areas for COVID-19 in an effort to protect its drivers. 

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A Toronto taxi company is considering withdrawing services to some high-risk areas for COVID-19 in an effort to protect its drivers. 


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Canada warns China may detain travellers with ties to Xinjiang region

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In an update to travel advice for Canadians visiting China, the government has added more detail regarding the Xinjiang region, warning that Canadians with ethnic ties to the region could be ‘at risk of arbitrary detention.’

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In an update to travel advice for Canadians visiting China, the government has added more detail regarding the Xinjiang region, warning that Canadians with ethnic ties to the region could be ‘at risk of arbitrary detention.’
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Rioters set fires, smash windows in Old Montreal curfew protest

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Rioters smashed windows and set fires in Old Montreal during a large protest that took place in violation of Quebec’s curfew on Sunday evening.

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Rioters smashed windows and set fires in Old Montreal during a large protest that took place in violation of Quebec’s curfew on Sunday evening.
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