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‘Sacred Country’: Singer-songwriter Corb Lund Holds Coal Mining Protest Concert

Two mountain goats stubbornly refused to get up from their resting spot Wednesday in the middle of a gravel road heading into the eastern slopes of Alberta’s… Read more »

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You Can Now Visit New Brunswick Without Isolating If You Received Just the First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

New Brunswick is lifting its travel restrictions for Canadians who had just one just dose of COVID-19 travellers starting June 17th. New Brunswick is moving to Phase… Read more »

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COVID-19: New Brunswick Moves Up Reopening, Allowing Travellers From Rest of Canada

New Brunswick is vaulting ahead of its Atlantic Canadian counterparts and opening up to some travellers from the rest of Canada, as COVID-19 recedes across the region…. Read more »

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MPs Pass Bloc Motion On Quebec Nationhood, Constitutional Change

Federal lawmakers are acknowledging Quebec’s right to unilaterally change the Constitution in line with proposed reforms to the province’s language law. In the House of Commons today,… Read more »

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Waterloo Region Leads Province For New COVID Infections As Delta Variant Cases Rise

A region in southwestern Ontario reported the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in the province on Wednesday, with local health officials saying a extremely transmissible variant… Read more »

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Some Ontario School Boards Ditch ‘Quadmester’ System For 2021 School Year

Some Ontario school boards plan to abandon the “quadmester” system for high schoolers come September, though students will still have to sit through extra-long classes. The Toronto… Read more »

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Quebec Museum Exhibit to Wade Into The History And Potential Of Human Waste

Quebec’s museum of civilization has announced its newest exhibit will tackle one of society’s messiest subjects: human excrement. The Musée de la civilization in Quebec City says… Read more »

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COVID-19 Reopening Plan in Atlantic Canada on Track as Virus Cases Continue to Drop

Newfoundland and Labrador’s chief medical officer of health says it appears the third wave of COVID-19 is subsiding across Atlantic Canada ahead of a resumption of regional… Read more »

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40 Travel Related Prizes: Alberta’s Open for Summer Vaccine Lottery Now Includes All-Inclusive Luxury Resort Packages

The Alberta government has announced additional prizes to the Alberta’s Open for Summer Vaccine Lottery. Albertans who get fully vaccinated with two doses of an approved COVID-19… Read more »

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Free Fishing and Free Admission to Ontario Parks This Father’s Day Weekend

  Ontario government has announced free admission to more than 100 Ontario Parks and free fishing this Father’s Day weekend. On June 19 and 20, 2021, Canadians… Read more »

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Ontario Hair Salons Urge Province to Allow Industry to Reopen

Hair salon owners are calling on Ontario to allow their industry to reopen, saying their establishments are safe and employ ample measures to guard against COVID-19. The… Read more »

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Ribfests In and Around Greater Toronto Area

Nothing says summer like the aroma of sizzling gourmet meats on the fired-up smoking hot grills! With plenty of rides, activities, and kid-friendly food, Ribfest is an… Read more »

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12+ COVID-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinics in Scarborough

As part of the Ontario government’s plan to vaccinate residents aged 12 and above in hot spot neighbourhoods, Scarborough Health Network and East Toronto Health Partners will… Read more »

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Ontario Border Rules Limiting Travel From Quebec, Manitoba Expire Today

Ontario’s borders with Quebec and Manitoba fully reopen today. A provincial order restricting interprovincial travel between those provinces expired at midnight. The regulation was introduced in April… Read more »

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List of COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics in Toronto

Here is the list of COVID-19 vaccination sites in Toronto. Appointments are only available to groups identified by the province and the city of Toronto. **This article… Read more »

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30 Fun Things to Do in Brampton This Summer

Zipline over Heart Lake and checking out Klondike Express, are just two things that you can do this summer in Brampton. Full of music, arts, food and fun, check out this list of 25 awesome things to do in Brampton this summer:

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Edmonton Rock Fest Announces 2021 Festival

The Rock and Roll Society of Edmonton has announced the 2021 edition of Edmonton Rock Fest will return on Saturday, August 14th. The 10th-anniversary festival will be… Read more »

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Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo Announces ‘Limited Edition’ Festival For 2021

Calgary Expo organizers have announced that the spring festival will return this fall with a “Limited Edition” version. After cancelling the 2020 festival, and initially postponing this… Read more »

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Calgary Folk Music Festival Announces Modified 2021 Festival; Tickets on Sale on June 18th

Calgary Folk Festival has announced the return of a modified summer festival to Prince’s Island Park. Planned as an outdoor concert series in Prince’s Island Park, the… Read more »

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You Will Need to Get Day Passes to Visit 5 of the Most Popular B.C. Parks

B.C. Parks will be bringing back the reserved free day-use passes for some parts of the five most popular parks as part of 2021 Day-Use Pass Pilot… Read more »

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Edward Burtynsky, Director X Among Artists In Luminato Festival Toronto Lineup

Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, filmmaker Director X and theatre artist Christine Brubaker are among the artists set to present original works at the Luminato Festival Toronto this… Read more »

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Premiers Announce Regional Travel to Resume in Much of Atlantic Canada June 23

Three out of four Atlantic provinces announced this morning they will lift border restrictions and open to travel from across the region beginning next week. Nova Scotia,… Read more »

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CFL to Kick Off 2021 Regular-season Schedule With Winnipeg-hamilton Grey Cup Rematch

The CFL has scheduled a Grey Cup rematch for its return. The CFL unveiled its 14-game regular season Tuesday, a day after the board of governors voted… Read more »

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Ontario Commits $10 Million To Investigate Burial Sites At Residential Schools

Ontario is committing $10 million to identify, investigate and commemorate burial sites on the grounds of former residential schools in the province. The money will also go… Read more »