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Feds Send Mobile Health Units to Ontario to Address Hospital Capacity Crunch

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is sending two mobile health units to the Greater Toronto Area to help address the strain COVID-19 is placing on hospitals…. Read more »

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New Advocacy Group Launches Pre-Election Ad Campaign Against O’Toole, Conservatives

A new third-party advocacy group is launching an ad campaign aimed at ensuring Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole never becomes prime minister.

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Canadian Olympic Boss Says IOC Plans to Go Ahead With Tokyo Games This Summer

The head of the Canadian Olympic Committee says the IOC remains committed to staging the Summer Games in Tokyo this summer. COC chief executive officer David Shoemaker… Read more »

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‘Almost Non-Existent’ Cold and Cough Season: P.E.I. Lozenge Plant Lays off 30 Workers

A lozenge plant in Prince Edward Island has laid off 30 workers, citing an “almost non-existent” cold and cough season amid COVID-19 restrictions. Island Abbey Foods says… Read more »

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Trudeau Speaks to Pfizer CEO as Delays to Vaccine Shipments Get Worse

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla by phone Thursday, the same day the company informed Canada delays to its shipments of COVID-19 vaccines… Read more »

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Legal Review Shows British Columbia Can’t Restrict Interprovincial Travel: Horgan

The B.C. government says a review of legal options has made it clear it cannot prevent people from travelling to the province from elsewhere in Canada. Premier… Read more »

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Quicks Facts About Julie Payette: Engineer, Astronaut, and Former Governor General

Here are quick facts about Julie Payette, who resigned as governor general on Thursday: Age: 57 Hometown: Montreal Education: Attended primary and secondary school in Montreal and earned an international… Read more »

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The Highlights — and Lowlights — of Julie Payette’s Tenure as Governor General

Oct. 2, 2017: Julie Payette is sworn in as Canada’s fourth female Governor General, taking over from David Johnston. Nov. 1, 2017: Payette takes on fake news… Read more »

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What Happens When the Governor General Resigns?

Some questions and answers about what happens when a governor general suddenly leaves office. Who does the job in the meantime? The usual term for a governor… Read more »

Delays to Canada’s Deliveries of Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Doses Keep Getting Worse

Delays to Canada’s Deliveries of Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Doses Keep Getting Worse

The delivery slowdown of COVID-19 vaccine doses from Pfizer-BioNTech is going to be far worse than the companies first warned Canada last week. But the bad news… Read more »

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Julie Payette Resigns as Governor General, Apologizes

Julie Payette resigned as Canada’s Governor General Thursday, saying that to protect the integrity of her office and for the good of the country, it was time… Read more »

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Toronto Mayor John Tory Speaks to Pfizer About Improving COVID-19 Vaccine Production

Toronto’s mayor says he has spoken to Pfizer-Biotech executives to urge them to produce more COVID-19 vaccine. Mayor John Tory says wanted to make Canada’s case after… Read more »

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Halal Investing Gives Canadian Muslims Opportunity to Make Money in Line With Religious Values

Ahmed Najar only started investing two years ago after discovering a way to do so that aligns with his Muslim values. The 36-year-old lab researcher turned to… Read more »

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Ontario Opening Two New COVID-19 Isolation Centres in Brampton and Oshawa This Week

Ontario is opening a pair of new COVID-19 isolation centres this week to help people recover from the virus. The centres will open in Brampton and Oshawa,… Read more »

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List of Manitoba COVID-19 Restrictions Easing From Jan. 23

The Manitoba government says it is easing some of its COVID-19 restrictions beginning Jan. 23 in all areas except the northern health region. Previous restrictions in the… Read more »

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Yet-To-Be Identified COVID Variant Detected at Ontario Long-Term Care Home ‘a True Concern:’ Public Health

Public health officials say a yet-to-be identified variant of COVID-19 found in a Barrie, Ont., long-term care home is very concerning. The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit’s… Read more »

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Non-Essential Retail Stores, Some Personal Services Allowed Starting Jan 23 in Most of Manitoba

The Manitoba government is easing some of its COVID-19 restrictions in southern and central areas as case numbers continue to slowly drop. Starting Saturday, non-essential retail stores… Read more »

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Expert Suggests New Brunswick on ‘Knife Edge’ as COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise

An epidemiologist says New Brunswick is teetering on a “knife edge” as it tries to prevent COVID-19 from spreading uncontrollably. University of Toronto professor Dr. David Fisman… Read more »

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The Grey Tsunami: Number of Atlantic Canadians Over 75 Will Double in 20 Years

A new study says the number of seniors in Atlantic Canada will increase by 32 per cent over the next 20 years, putting added pressure on the… Read more »

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Supreme Court Won’t Review Ruling in Favour of Officer Who Refused to Euthanize Bears

The Supreme Court of Canada will not review a lower-court ruling that was a victory for a conservation officer who refused to euthanize two bear cubs. Bryce… Read more »

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TC Energy Cutting More Than 1,000 Keystone XL Construction Jobs as Work Halted

TC Energy Corp. is planning to eliminate more than 1,000 construction jobs related to its decision to halt work on its Keystone XL pipeline expansion project.

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Changes in Indian Farm Laws Could Benefit Canada, Experts Say

Changes in India’s farm laws could potentially open up one of the world’s most populous markets and are being closely watched by Canada’s agricultural and economic sectors, say experts.

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As Alberta Debates Coal Mining, Industry Already Affecting Once-Protected Rockies

Coal mining impacts are already occurring in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains even as debate intensifies over the industry’s presence in one of the province’s most beloved landscapes.

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CFIB Says More Than 200,000 Canadian Businesses Could Close Permanently During COVID-19 Crisis

More than 200,000 Canadian businesses could close permanently during the COVID-19 crisis, throwing millions of people out of work as the resurgence of the virus worsens across… Read more »