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Quebec Long-Term Care Residents Threaten Legal Action To Get Second Vaccine Dose

Quebec Long-Term Care Residents Threaten Legal Action To Get Second Vaccine Dose

A group of seniors at one of the first long-term care homes in Quebec to receive COVID-19 vaccines have threatened to sue the provincial government if they… Read more »

Manitoba Premier Promises Vaccines for Nursing Homes, Warns of Ongoing Restrictions

Manitoba Premier Promises Vaccines for Nursing Homes, Warns of Ongoing Restrictions

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is promising COVID-19 vaccines for personal care home residents across the province while also warning that restrictions on business openings and public gatherings… Read more »

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Alberta’s Kenney Working in Politically Notorious ‘Sky Palace’ Due To Renos

Premier Jason Kenney’s office confirms he is working out of the penthouse, calling it the best and safest solution due to legislature renovations.

Vancouver Blast That Tore Three-Metre Crater in Sidewalk Blamed on Failed Cables

Vancouver Blast That Tore Three-Metre Crater in Sidewalk Blamed on Failed Cables

Electrical faults in underground utility cables set off a fire and a subsequent electric arc that the fire department says caused a three-metre crater in a new… Read more »

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Ban on U.K. Flights To Canada To Expire Tonight as Testing Scheme Takes Effect

Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Canada’s ban on flights from the United Kingdom will expire tonight at midnight. Garneau says a new set of rules that require… Read more »

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International Travellers Arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport to Get Free COVID-19 Test

The Ontario government has launched a voluntary and free border testing pilot program at Toronto Pearson International Airport for eligible international travellers returning to Ontario. Starting today,… Read more »

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Toronto Real Estate Board Says Home Prices Hit Record in 2020 as Sales Climbed

After seeing buyers compete with multiple offers on homes across the Greater Toronto Area, real estate agent Navid Rashid is recovering from an unusually busy December that… Read more »

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WestJet Plans Resumption of 737 Max Flights, Pending Transport Canada Approval

WestJet says it plans to resume flying its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft later this month, pending approval by Transport Canada. The announcement follows comments by Transport… Read more »

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Families, Experts Question School Reopening Plans as COVID-19 Cases Remain High

COVID-19’s winter surge has kept Kimberleigh Armstrong’s three kids out of the classroom longer than anticipated, but she fears the risks of returning next week as scheduled…. Read more »

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Shopify To Hire 2,021 Technical Staff This Year, Names New VP of Engineering

Shopify Inc. plans to double its engineering team this year and has appointed a new vice-president to help it reach that goal. The Ottawa-based e-commerce company says… Read more »

Some Morgues, ICUs Running Out of Space Amid Explosive Growth in COVID-19 Cases

Some Morgues, ICUs Running Out of Space Amid Explosive Growth in COVID-19 Cases

With some morgues running out of space and hospitals facing an explosion in critically ill COVID-19 patients, the federal government was set on Wednesday to announce further… Read more »

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Uncertainty in Quebec as Premier Expected To Announce Strict Lockdown Across Province

Quebec reported 2,641 new COVID-19 infections and 47 more deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, hours before the premier is expected to announce a severe… Read more »

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Manhunt Over: Suspect Wanted in New Brunswick Shooting Arrested in Nova Scotia

Police in northern Nova Scotia have arrested a shooting suspect who remained at large for almost 19 hours after a man was wounded by gunfire Tuesday near… Read more »

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Car Used by Shooting Suspect in New Brunswick Found in Nova Scotia: RCMP

Police say the vehicle being driven by an armed man wanted for a shooting Tuesday in New Brunswick has been found abandoned in northern Nova Scotia. The… Read more »

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Long Pandemic Could Add To Extremism, Decline in Democracy: Defence Department Report

A new research report by the Department of National Defence suggests the longer the COVID-19 pandemic rages, the stronger right-wing extremism and other threats in Canada and… Read more »

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New Brunswick RCMP Issue Alert Warning Residents About Armed Man Wanted for Shooting

Police in New Brunswick are warning residents about a man carrying firearms who is wanted for a shooting Tuesday near a high school in Riverview. The RCMP… Read more »

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Ontario Health Systems CEO Resigns From Provincial COVID-19 Advisory Groups Over Trip

A physician who travelled to the Dominican Republic over the holidays has resigned from a group of experts that help guide the Ontario government’s response to COVID-19…. Read more »

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Albertans Right To Be Angry Over Politicians’ Vacations: Health Minister

Two Alberta cabinet ministers say they’ve been getting an earful from constituents about their colleagues jetting off to tropical locales contrary to public-health guidelines — and that… Read more »

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Most Popular Canadian Destinations for Do-it-Yourself Movers According to U-Haul

U-Haul has revealed the most popular Canadian cities and provinces for DIY movers after analysing migration patterns from 2020. U-Haul’s expansive network of more than 22,000 U-Haul… Read more »

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Doctors Urge Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women To Get COVID-19 Vaccines

The head of the Ontario Medical Association says the risk COVID-19 poses to pregnant and breastfeeding women is higher than the risk of taking a vaccine against… Read more »

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London Hospital Network Morgue Reaches Capacity, Bodies Moved To Mobile Unit

A hospital network in London, Ont., says it storing bodies in a mobile unit after its morgue reached capacity. The London Health Sciences Centre says new processes… Read more »

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Alberta Addresses “Misinformation” About COVID-19 Vaccines Being Wasted

Health Minister Tyler Shandro and chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw issued a joint statement Tuesday to counter the claims that COVID-19 vaccine was being… Read more »

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Canada Probing Whether Delaying Second COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Could Help More People

Canada’s chief public health officer says she has asked the national vaccine advisory panel to investigate if there is merit to delaying second doses of COVID-19 vaccines… Read more »

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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister Shuffles Cabinet Lineup Amid Low Poll Numbers

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has moved his health minister as part of a cabinet shuffle that will see the inner circle grow by three members. Cameron Friesen… Read more »