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Police Hand Out Tickets to Dozens Leaving Anti-Lockdown Protest in Alberta

RCMP ticketed protesters leaving an anti-lockdown rally outside a central Alberta café Saturday, after the establishment was closed by health officials earlier in the week. Despite pouring… Read more »

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All Adults Can Book COVID Vax at Select Ontario Hot Spot Pharmacies

Nearly 150 pharmacies started offering COVID-19 vaccines to all adults in some Ontario virus hot spots this weekend, a shift made to align with provincial efforts to… Read more »

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List of 78 Pharmacies Offering Pfizer Vaccines in Toronto & Peel to 18+ Residents

Ontario is now offering Pfizer vaccine through pharmacies in hot spots to residents aged 18 and older as the province is expecting larger volumes of vaccines in… Read more »

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List of Pharmacies in Durham, Hamilton, Ottawa, Windsor-Essex and York Offering Moderna Vaccines to 18+

Ontario government has announced a list of 58 pharmacies that will offer Moderna vaccine to those of ages 18 and above. The province is also expecting an… Read more »

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New COVID-19 Restrictions & Rules Effective May 9: Manitoba Shuts Gyms, Restaurants, Museums

Manitoba government has announced new rules and restrictions to combat the rapid rise of COVID-19. Starting Sunday morning, the cap on outdoor gatherings will drop to five… Read more »

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COVID-19 Restrictions: New Rules For Shopping in Nova Scotia Effective May 8

Nova Scotia has announced tougher rules to combat the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases in the province. New Rules For Shopping & Essential Retailers in Nova Scotia… Read more »

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Tougher Lockdown Rules Imposed as Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 Outbreak surges Again

As Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 outbreak intensified on Friday, the province’s premier followed through on a pledge to impose tougher restrictions on residents and visitors alike. Premier Iain… Read more »

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Quebec Government to Allow Overnight Camps to Open Across Province This Summer

Quebec is allowing overnight camps across the province to reopen this summer. An association representing camps in the province says it learned Thursday its members will be… Read more »

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Ontario Securities Commission to Ban Deferred Sales Charges on Mutual Funds Next Year

The Ontario Securities Commission is moving to ban deferred sales charges on mutual funds — a move that will harmonize the watchdog’s policy on such fees with… Read more »

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No Fines Handed Out at First B.C. COVID-19 Roadblock as Checks Move Across Province

The Mounties in British Columbia say no cars were forced to turn around at a roadblock in place to ensure residents abide by travel restrictions due to… Read more »

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Alberta’s Kenney Urges Federal Government to Push U.S. for Surplus COVID-19 Vaccines

Premier Jason Kenney is urging the federal government to push hard to bring surplus COVID-19 vaccines in from the United States. Kenney says he has spoken with… Read more »

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Man Gets House Arrest For ‘Racist’ Attack on Chinese Student Riding Toronto bus

A man who went on a racist tirade and grabbed a masked female Chinese student on a city bus at the start of the pandemic has been… Read more »

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All Saskatchewan Residents 12 and Over to Be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine by May 20

The Saskatchewan government says all residents who are 12 and older will be eligible for the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine by May 20. The eligible… Read more »

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Trudeau Pushes Back On Border Closures Following Ford Government Ad

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Friday against Ontario’s ongoing calls for tighter travel restrictions, saying finger-pointing won’t help Ontarians as the province grapples with the third… Read more »

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Most of Yellowknife’s COVID-19 Cases Are in Children and Youth: Public Health Officer

A health official in the Northwest Territories says a recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Yellowknife is mostly affecting children and youth. There are 47 active cases… Read more »

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Toronto Police Search for Baby Goat Allegedly Stolen From Riverdale Farm

Toronto police are investigating a theft that gives kidnapping a whole new meaning. They say a baby goat was stolen from the Riverdale Zoo sometime between 5:30… Read more »

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Repeat Offenders of Manitoba Public Health Orders to Face Stiffer Penalties

The Manitoba government is increasing fines for people who repeatedly violate COVID-19 public health orders and is offering sick leave pay for workers affected by the pandemic…. Read more »

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Kenney Announces Plan For Alberta Truckers to Get COVID-19 Vaccines in Montana

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced an arrangement allowing Alberta truckers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in Montana. About 2,000 Alberta commercial truck drivers who are regulated to… Read more »

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Schools in Nova Scotia Could Remain Closed Until Summer: Top Doctor

Nova Scotia’s top doctor says parents should prepare for the possibility that schools across the province will remain closed until the end of the academic year to… Read more »

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Alberta Eases Security Payment Burden for Oilsands Companies

Last year’s dive in oil prices has caused Alberta to change how it calculates the payments oilsands mines make to ensure there’s enough money to clean up… Read more »

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Enbridge CEO Warns of ‘Bad Things’ for Shippers, Consumers if Line 5 Shut Down

The CEO of Enbridge Inc. says “bad things” will happen if Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer succeeds in carrying out her order to shut down its Line 5… Read more »

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Amazon Pauses Prime Day Event In Canada Amid Covid-19 Outbreaks At Warehouses

Amazon is pausing its Prime Day marketing event in Canada this year amid ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks at its facilities in Ontario’s Peel Region. In a notice to… Read more »

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April 2021: A Quick Glance at Unemployment Rates Across Canada

National employment numbers for April from Statistics Canada, at a glance A quick look at Canada’s April employment (numbers from the previous month in brackets): Unemployment rate:… Read more »

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COVID-19 Vaccine Pop-Up Clinics For 18+ Residents of Hot Spot Areas in Ajax & Pickering **Updated**

Durham Region Health Department announced April 23rd that it will start operating walk-in and rotating pop-up hot spot clinics at various locations in the Ajax and Pickering hot spot postal code areas of L1T, L1V, L1X and L1Z in addition to the fixed L1S pop-up hot spot clinic located at Ajax Community Centre.