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Ontario to Get New AstraZeneca Shipment, Reserve Doses for Second Shots

Ontario says it’ll sit on 254,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine arriving next week – and about 50,000 more it has in stock – until it decides… Read more »

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Chill-O-Rama: Horseshoe Tavern Launches Drive-in Concert Series at CityView Drive-In

The iconic music spot in Toronto, the Horseshoe Tavern has announced drive-in concerts at CityView Drive-In. Titled Chill-O-Rama, the concert series will run from July 15 to 17… Read more »

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Tragically Hip launch TikTok Page With Stripped-Down Version of ‘Ahead By A Century’

Call it HipTok: The Tragically Hip is bringing its extensive music catalogue and video skills to the social media platform TikTok. The beloved rock band from Kingston,… Read more »

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Canadian Snowbirds Release 2021 Summer Schedule

Have you been missing aerial shows by Canadian Snowbirds? Canada’s iconic military aerobatics team of the Royal Canadian Air Force will be visiting 14 locations in Canada… Read more »

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Quebec to Give Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Within 28 Days to Immunosuppressed

Quebec says people who are severely immunosuppressed or receiving kidney dialysis can get a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine earlier than planned. The Health Department said today… Read more »

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Saskatchewan Premier Promises No ‘Trudeau Summer,’ More Second COVID Vaccine Doses

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians can expect a “one-dose summer” as more COVID-19 vaccines are delivered, but Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says people in his province… Read more »

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‘Bucktooth Bandits’: Police Trace Stolen Lumber to Beaver Dam

Mounties in east-central Saskatchewan have cracked what they are calling an “extremely Canadian case.” RCMP officers from the Porcupine Plain detachment were called to a rural area… Read more »

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‘Massive and Potentially Permanent Disruption’: Canada’s Bleak View of Line 5 Closure

Shutting down the Line 5 pipeline in Michigan would deal a “massive and potentially permanent” blow to Canada’s economy and energy security and risk lasting damage to… Read more »

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Ontario Could Reopen More Outdoor Spaces, Science Table Adviser Says

Ontario could safely reopen many outdoor recreational facilities even if it extends a stay-at-home order next week, the province’s science advisers said Tuesday. The scientific director of… Read more »

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New Brunswick Redistributes $163 Million in Carbon Tax Revenue, Cuts Personal Income Tax

New Brunswick’s finance minister is returning $28 million to New Brunswickers through a personal income tax cut. Ernie Steeves says the benefit is part of the government’s… Read more »

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Ontario to Pause First Doses of AstraZeneca Vaccines

Ontario says it will stop giving out first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for now due to an increased risk of a rare blood clotting syndrome linked… Read more »

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Manitoba Plans to Offer COVID-19 Vaccines to 18 and Up Starting May 12th

The Manitoba government is preparing to open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to everyone 18 years old and older starting Wednesday. Premier Brian Pallister briefly mentioned the change in… Read more »

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Calgary to Allow Alcohol Consumption in Select City Parks Starting June 1

The city of Calgary is allowing alcohol consumption as part of a pilot project in select parks starting June 1. The city has voted to allow public… Read more »

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Feds Invest $12B in Ontario Public Transit Projects in GTHA

Ontario and the federal government have struck an agreement that will see Ottawa kick in $12 billion to help build several transit projects in the Greater Toronto… Read more »

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Alberta Government Knew Bighorn Sheep Contaminated With Coal Mine Selenium: Scientist

Some herds of Alberta’s provincial animal are heavily contaminated with selenium from old coal mines, says research from a retired senior government biologist. Jeff Kneteman said Alberta… Read more »

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Other Provinces Looking at Saskatchewan’s Plan to Tie COVID-19 Vaccines to Reopening

Neighbouring provinces are eyeing Saskatchewan’s plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in tandem with vaccination rates, but experts are warning the approach could lead some to a false… Read more »

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Cheque Is in the Mail: Insurance Rebates Coming to Saskatchewan Drivers

Saskatchewan’s Crown-owned insurer says it will start mailing rebates on vehicle insurance this week. Saskatchewan Government Insurance says 709,000 cheques are to be sent out. The rebates… Read more »

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British Columbia to Give Workers Three Days of Paid Sick Leave For COVID-19

British Columbia will give all workers up to three days of paid sick leave to support those affected by COVID-19. Labour Minister Harry Bains introduced the legislation… Read more »

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Alberta’s Famous Last Chance Saloon & Rosedeer Hotel is Now on Sale

Drumheller region‘s famous hotel and saloon are on sale! The famous Rosedeer hotel in Wayne, the site of the famed Last Chance Saloon and WayneStock, a boutique… Read more »

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Oilsands Producer Suncor And Utility Atco To Pursue ‘World-class’ Hydrogen Project

Oilsands producer Suncor Energy Inc. is partnering with utility Atco Ltd. on a “multibillion-dollar” project to produce more than 300,000 tonnes per year of hydrogen. The Calgary-based… Read more »

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Quebec Public Daycare Registry Hit By Cyberattack, 5,000 Personal Files Compromised

Quebec’s online daycare waiting list was hit by a cyberattack over the weekend, with the personal data of 5,000 parents and children compromised. Families Minister Mathieu Lacombe… Read more »

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Charlottetown Council Votes to Make Changes to Sir John A. Macdonald Statue

Charlottetown city council will install a statue of an Indigenous elder or child next to a downtown statue of Sir John A. Macdonald to create the image… Read more »

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Canadian Geologist Detained in Dubai For Six Years is Back Home After Charges Dropped

After years in and out of jail in Dubai, one escape attempt, and being embroiled in a multimillion-dollar fraud scheme, André Gauthier is finally home. Gauthier, a… Read more »

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B.C. Doctors Could Face Penalty For Veering From COVID-19 Health Guidelines: College

Doctors in British Columbia are being warned they could face investigation or penalties from their regulatory body if they contradict public health orders or guidance about COVID-19…. Read more »