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What you need to know about B.C.'s new travel restrictions

B.C. Premier John Horgan announced new travel restrictions on Monday to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Horgan said the new restrictions were put in place to ensure that British Columbians stay within their own local areas and reduce non-essential travel.
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Defence criticizes evidence in Kristin Smart slaying arrests

LOS ANGELES -- Lawyers for a father and son charged in the 1996 disappearance of California college student Kristin Smart criticized the evidence used Monday to make arrests, with one saying it was "so minimal as to shock the conscience.
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Disinfecting surfaces to prevent COVID-19 often all for show, CDC advises

The risk of surface transmission of COVID-19 is low, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday. Far more important is airborne transmission -- and people who obsessively disinfect surfaces may be doing more harm than good.
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Feds weighing how to respond after verdict in Chauvin trial

WASHINGTON -- The Biden administration is privately weighing how to handle the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, including considering whether President Joe Biden should address the nation and dispatching specially trained community facilitators from the Justice Department, aides and officials told The Associated Press.
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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice-president, dies at 93

MINNEAPOLIS -- Former Vice-President Walter F. Mondale, a liberal icon who lost the most lopsided presidential election after bluntly telling voters to expect a tax increase if he won, died Monday. He was 93.
The death of the former senator, ambassador and Minnesota attorney general was announced in a statement from his family.
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Man with Adam Toledo when he was shot by police out of jail

CHICAGO -- The man who was allegedly with a 13-year-old shortly before the child was shot to death by a Chicago police officer has been bailed out of jail, the Cook County Sheriff's Department revealed Monday.
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As the world confronts a warming climate, the federal Liberals are committing billions more dollars to a variety of measures meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the economy and help drive a "green recovery" from the pandemic-induced economic slowdown.
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Tennessee House OKs new transgender 'bathroom bill'

NASHVILLE -- Tennessee House lawmakers on Monday passed a bill that would put public schools and districts at risk of civil lawsuits if they let transgender students or employees use multi-person bathrooms or locker rooms that don't reflect their gender at birth.
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2 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kinngait

Two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Kinngait, Nunavut.
The cases were announced by Dr. Michael Patterson, Nunavut's chief public health officer in a news release Monday.
The cases are not linked to the outbreak in Iqaluit, it says.
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Grizzly mauling near Yellowstone kills backcountry guide

WEST YELLOWSTONE, MONT. -- A Montana backcountry guide has died after he was mauled by a large grizzly bear that was probably defending a nearby moose carcass just outside Yellowstone National Park, officials said Monday.
Charles "Carl" Mock, 40, who lived in the park gateway community of West Yellowstone, died Saturday, two days after he was attacked while fishing alone in a forested area along the Madison River several miles north of West Yellowstone, Gallatin County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Christine Koosman said.
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Derek Chauvin used "grossly disproportionate" force against George Floyd when he pinned the 46-year-old Black man's neck and back with his knees, a Minneapolis court heard on on Monday, and jurors need only believe their own eyes and use common sense to render a guilty verdict against the former Minneapolis police office.
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Derek Chauvin used "grossly disproportionate" force against George Floyd when he pinned the 46-year-old Black man's neck and back with his knees, a Minneapolis court heard on on Monday, and jurors need only believe their own eyes and use common sense to render a guilty verdict against the former Minneapolis police office.
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