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Trump's peace plan and Canadians quarantined in China; In The News for Jan. 29

Trump's peace plan and Canadians quarantined in China; In The News for Jan. 29

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Jan. 29 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Trump to sign new USMCA bill into law, clearing way for Commons debate

Trump to sign new USMCA bill into law, clearing way for Commons debate

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump will usher in the start of a new era in continental trade today when he signs into law the American road map for the U.S.
Solemn events to mark third anniversary of Quebec City's deadly mosque shooting

Solemn events to mark third anniversary of Quebec City's deadly mosque shooting

QUEBEC — Events are being held Wednesday in Quebec City to mark the third anniversary of the deadly mosque shooting that claimed six lives.
Closing arguments expected in assault trial of Toronto cop and brother

Closing arguments expected in assault trial of Toronto cop and brother

OSHAWA, Ont. — Closing arguments are expected to begin today in the trial of a Toronto police officer and his brother accused of beating a young black man three years ago. Const.

As 132 reported dead from virus outbreak, international sporting events postponed

A new form of coronavirus that began in China has infected more than 6,000 people and caused 132 deaths.
Canada looking to help 126 Canadians quarantined in China for coronavirus

Canada looking to help 126 Canadians quarantined in China for coronavirus

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Tuesday Ottawa is "looking at all options" to help Canadians quarantined in China during the outbreak of a new coronavirus.
Officials concerned rumours spreading after Canada's third case of coronavirus

Officials concerned rumours spreading after Canada's third case of coronavirus

VANCOUVER — A third case of a new coronavirus that's behind deaths in China has been confirmed in Canada by health officials in British Columbia, who say a man in his 40s tested presumptively positive after a business trip to the Chinese city of Wuha
Ont. school board warns that coronavirus concerns veer into anti-Chinese racism

Ont. school board warns that coronavirus concerns veer into anti-Chinese racism

Community organizations are applauding an Ontario school board for taking a stand against racial profiling as the new coronavirus raises concerns about discrimination against Chinese-Canadians.
Funding for women's group under review after call for ban on man-woman relationships

Funding for women's group under review after call for ban on man-woman relationships

MONTREAL — The Quebec government says it will re-evaluate the $120,000 annual public funding it gives to the province's biggest women's federation after its president suggested that heterosexual relationships should be banned.
Officer at Desmond fatality inquiry describes gruesome crime scene

Officer at Desmond fatality inquiry describes gruesome crime scene

GUYSBOROUGH, N.S.