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EL Paper Boy

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  1. U.S. Senate Republicans voted overwhelmingly Tuesday against moving forward with Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial, making clear a conviction of the former president for "incitement of insurrection" is unlikely. View the full article
  2. Individual investors again piled into several niche stock market plays on Tuesday, prompting hedge fund short sellers to scramble to cover losing bets and driving a rally in shares of companies including GameStop and Etsy. View the full article
  3. New Brunswick prosecutors will not lay criminal charges against police officers involved in the shooting death of Rodney Levi of Metepenagiag First Nation. View the full article
  4. U.S. President Joe Biden had his first call with Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, raising concerns about the arrest of opposition figure Alexei Navalny while pressing the Russian president on his nation's involvement in a massive cyberespionage campaign and bounties on American troops in Afghanistan. View the full article
  5. With hundreds of Ontario long-term care residents dead and COVID-19 outbreaks continuing to ravage facilities across the province, a group of health experts is pushing the province to abolish for-profit long-term care facilities. View the full article
  6. Internet users across the northeastern United States reported widespread outages Tuesday affecting major internet and cloud providers as well as major sites such as Google and Facebook. View the full article
  7. Anyone entering Manitoba, including coming from northern and Western Canada and western Ontario, will have to self-isolate for 14 days starting Friday. View the full article
  8. The fallout from the merger of two oilpatch majors — Cenovus Energy and Husky Energy — is expected to land in downtown Calgary this week as workers begin to receive layoff notices. View the full article
  9. The Trudeau Liberals are eyeing changes to the law governing public service hiring to help make federal departments and agencies more diverse. View the full article
  10. The European Union on Tuesday warned pharmaceutical giants that develop coronavirus vaccines to honour their contractual obligations after slow deliveries of shots from two companies hampered the bloc's vaunted vaccine rollout in several nations. View the full article
  11. A Canadian NFL player who traded his jersey for scrubs to fight on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic says he felt a responsibility to support something he believes in: health. View the full article
  12. Indian farmers protesting against agricultural reforms Tuesday breached barricades in the capital and clashed with police, who fired tear gas to restrain them, shortly after a convoy of tractors trundled through the city's outskirts. View the full article
  13. The COVID-19 pandemic has created two distinct economies in Canada. One is thriving. The other is trying desperately to hold on, Peter Armstrong writes. View the full article
  14. During the first wave of COVID-19, Alex Doyle did his best to keep his young family healthy. But last November, he ended up back in prison after violating his parole. And that's where he may have inadvertently become a superspreader in Canada's worst outbreak in a federal penitentiary. View the full article
  15. A proposal to rebuild North America's early warning defence network poses a host of new challenges — both political and fiscal — for the Trudeau government. View the full article
  16. The Canadian Forces reservist accused of breaching the gates of Rideau Hall last summer while armed is expected to enter a plea this morning. View the full article
  17. Family members of an Ontario man diagnosed with schizophrenia say his doctors didn't do "their due diligence" when they failed to admit him to a hospital after he called a crisis line the day before stabbing his mother and setting her house on fire with her inside. View the full article
  18. Canadians have all adapted to change to some degree since the pandemic started one year ago. Four Canadians reflect on whether some of those changes will be worth keeping after it's over. View the full article
  19. The National for Jan. 25: One year since Canada’s first COVID-19 case - the challenges and the failures. View the full article
  20. Democrats marched the impeachment case against former president Donald Trump to the U.S. Senate Monday night for the start of his historic trial. View the full article
  21. Researchers have discovered the first baby tyrannosaur fossils in Alberta and Montana. View the full article
  22. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says the federal government is considering further limits on international travel into Canada to prevent the introduction of new COVID-19 cases as calls from opposition leaders for additional pandemic measures grow louder. View the full article
  23. New documents show Canada's cyberspy agency was so alarmed by the potential fallout from an alleged secrecy breach by a senior RCMP employee that it revised a damage assessment to "severe" from "high" in the days after his arrest. View the full article
  24. Monday is the first day of a week-long Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine drought in Canada, and the sudden change in plan has several provinces scrambling to readjust their vaccine rollout scheduling. View the full article
  25. As U.S. President Joe Biden signs an executive order to strengthen Buy America provisions, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland insisted today the federal government knows "how to deal with" American protectionism. View the full article

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