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<b>U.S.:</b> Transition documents suggest Biden plans Day 1 order rescinding Keystone XL permit

U.S.: Transition documents suggest Biden plans Day 1 order rescinding Keystone XL permit

Documents include a to-do list for inauguration day, including signing an executive order to rescind the Keystone XL construction permit granted in 2019 by Donald Trump
<b>U.S:</b> Regardless of impeachment, 'Trumpism' is expected to live on

U.S: Regardless of impeachment, 'Trumpism' is expected to live on

Trumpism is a new political formation, blending white supremacy, voter suppression, market fundamentalism and authoritarianism, and it will survive long after Trump leaves the White House, professor says
<b>CANADA:</b> Video showing officers dragging Indigenous man should be admitted in inquest, NAN chiefs say

CANADA: Video showing officers dragging Indigenous man should be admitted in inquest, NAN chiefs say

Nishnawbe Aski Nation Executive Council issued a statement on Thursday expressing support for the admission of a cellblock video depicting an Indigenous man being dragged by police officers into the pending inquest into the deaths of Roland McKay and Don Mamakwa who both died while in police custody
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario says crews can finish ongoing home renovations, but new projects are on hold

COVID-19: Ontario says crews can finish ongoing home renovations, but new projects are on hold

The rules are part of tightened COVID-19 restrictions filed Wednesday in the Reopening Ontario Act, after Ontario entered a state of emergency to try and prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed by the pandemic
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Ford ousts Tory legislator from caucus after anti-lockdown letter

ONTARIO: Ford ousts Tory legislator from caucus after anti-lockdown letter

Roman Baber issued a public letter today calling on Ford to end the provincial lockdown
<b>COVID-19:</b> International students frustrated by federal work limits during pandemic

COVID-19: International students frustrated by federal work limits during pandemic

Ottawa temporarily lifted the restriction on international students’ work hours last April, but it expired on Aug. 31, 2020, and has not been reinstated
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario temporarily pauses residential evictions for length of emergency declaration

COVID-19: Ontario temporarily pauses residential evictions for length of emergency declaration

This is the second time the province has paused residential evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Courts urged to limit in-person proceedings in light of new COVID-19 measures

ONTARIO: Courts urged to limit in-person proceedings in light of new COVID-19 measures

New jury trials and jury selection will also stay suspended until early May at the earliest
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Union calls for province-wide extension of online learning

ONTARIO: Union calls for province-wide extension of online learning

OECTA president says the province's current plan isn't in line with Premier Doug Ford's claims that the COVID-19 crisis is province-wide
<b>U.S:</b> Congress mobilizes to brand Trump with a second scarlet letter

U.S: Congress mobilizes to brand Trump with a second scarlet letter

Lawmakers are poised to vote later in the day on a resolution accusing the president of inciting an insurrection