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Doctors urge Alberta to hold off on easing COVID-19 restrictions next week

A group of health professionals is urging the Alberta government not to ease COVID-19 restrictions next week and to instead toughen measures for bars, restaurants and pubs.
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Doctors urge Alberta to hold off on easing COVID-19 restrictions next week

A group of health professionals is urging the Alberta government not to ease COVID-19 restrictions next week and to instead toughen measures for bars, restaurants and pubs.

Quebec reports 815 new COVID-19 cases, 400K vaccine doses administered

As COVID-19 vaccinations begin in Quebec for people 85 and older, the province recorded xxx more people have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours.
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Quebec reports 815 new COVID-19 cases, 400K vaccine doses administered

As COVID-19 vaccinations begin in Quebec for people 85 and older, the province recorded xxx more people have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours.

Ontario announces reforms to child care programs to improve accessibility

The Ford government announced regulatory amendments Friday to make child care programs more accessible and flexible for parents working erratic and unpredictable hours during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ontario announces reforms to child care programs to improve accessibility

The Ford government announced regulatory amendments Friday to make child care programs more accessible and flexible for parents working erratic and unpredictable hours during the coronavirus pandemic.

Anti-Black racism course seeks to have students take part in critical discussions on race

A recently launched Grade 12 course offered through the Toronto District School Board seeks to deconstruct anti-Black racism for students, and open the door to critical conversations about race in school.
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Anti-Black racism course seeks to have students take part in critical discussions on race

A recently launched Grade 12 course offered through the Toronto District School Board seeks to deconstruct anti-Black racism for students, and open the door to critical conversations about race in school.

Ontario records more than 1,200 new COVID-19 cases, marking fourth daily increase

Ontario is recording more than 1,200 new COVID-19 infections, marking the fourth straight day of case counts increasing.
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Ontario records more than 1,200 new COVID-19 cases, marking fourth daily increase

Ontario is recording more than 1,200 new COVID-19 infections, marking the fourth straight day of case counts increasing.

Health Canada approves two AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines

Health Canada has approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and a related shot by the Serum Institute of India for use around the country with the first doses expected to arrive soon.
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Health Canada approves two AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines

Health Canada has approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and a related shot by the Serum Institute of India for use around the country with the first doses expected to arrive soon.

Meet a Toronto man with a passion for collecting phone books

For most of us, our phone books are in our smart phones. But Fred Meandro has had to make room for dozens of them in his Toronto condo. The 66-year-old is an avid collector and says you can learn a lot about a city by going through old and new phone books.
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Meet a Toronto man with a passion for collecting phone books

For most of us, our phone books are in our smart phones. But Fred Meandro has had to make room for dozens of them in his Toronto condo. The 66-year-old is an avid collector and says you can learn a lot about a city by going through old and new phone books.

Ontario man fined $3.8K at land border crossing amid confusion over who's 'essential'

An Ontario man who says he normally has no problem crossing the Windsor-Detroit border for work was surprised to learn this week he's subject to new rules — because, he was told, he doesn't cross every day.
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Ontario man fined $3.8K at land border crossing amid confusion over who's 'essential'

An Ontario man who says he normally has no problem crossing the Windsor-Detroit border for work was surprised to learn this week he's subject to new rules — because, he was told, he doesn't cross every day.

There's a mad rush for summer campsites in Ontario Parks right now

It seems people are sick of being hunkered down at home in pandemic lockdowns and are yearning for a summer getaway, snapping up campsites at Ontario Parks in record numbers.
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There's a mad rush for summer campsites in Ontario Parks right now

It seems people are sick of being hunkered down at home in pandemic lockdowns and are yearning for a summer getaway, snapping up campsites at Ontario Parks in record numbers.

Canada Pension Plan chief resigns after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Dubai

The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the United Arab Emirates, where he arranged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Canada Pension Plan chief resigns after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Dubai

The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the United Arab Emirates, where he arranged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue's remains from Alberta medical examiner's office

The family of Cindy Gladue, a 36 year-old Cree-Metis woman whose killer was found guilty of manslaughter last week, wants Alberta’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to return her remains so they can lay her to rest.
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Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue's remains from Alberta medical examiner's office

The family of Cindy Gladue, a 36 year-old Cree-Metis woman whose killer was found guilty of manslaughter last week, wants Alberta’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to return her remains so they can lay her to rest.

Health Canada approves AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Health Canada has approved the AstraZeneca and Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine for use around the country with the first doses expected to arrive in the coming days.
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Health Canada approves AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Health Canada has approved the AstraZeneca and Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine for use around the country with the first doses expected to arrive in the coming days.

Body of baby found in basement of Hamilton, Ont. residence, police say

The body of a newborn child was recovered from the basement of a Hamilton home Thursday afternoon, police said, and two people, believed to be the baby's parents, were charged.
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Body of baby found in basement of Hamilton, Ont. residence, police say

The body of a newborn child was recovered from the basement of a Hamilton home Thursday afternoon, police said, and two people, believed to be the baby's parents, were charged.

Canada should invest in facilities to make vaccines for next pandemic, says Moderna co-founder

Canada should prepare for the next pandemic by investing in the necessary infrastructure to be able to produce vaccines domestically, says Canadian stem cell biologist and Moderna co-founder, Derrick Rossi.
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Canada should invest in facilities to make vaccines for next pandemic, says Moderna co-founder

Canada should prepare for the next pandemic by investing in the necessary infrastructure to be able to produce vaccines domestically, says Canadian stem cell biologist and Moderna co-founder, Derrick Rossi.

Alberta Budget 2021: Economic recovery hinges on COVID-19 vaccine, oil prices

Alberta’s first pandemic budget places more stock in vaccines than pipelines, spends more on health care, pecks at public sector workers, with ‘balance’ a long way off.
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Alberta Budget 2021: Economic recovery hinges on COVID-19 vaccine, oil prices

Alberta’s first pandemic budget places more stock in vaccines than pipelines, spends more on health care, pecks at public sector workers, with ‘balance’ a long way off.

Adapting to civilian life was a struggle for N.S. veteran who killed family, himself: psychologist

Lionel Desmond struggled to transition to civilian life, at times reporting that he drank upward of 70 beers a week and ate fewer than 600 calories a day, the first psychologist who saw him after leaving the military testified Thursday.
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Adapting to civilian life was a struggle for N.S. veteran who killed family, himself: psychologist

Lionel Desmond struggled to transition to civilian life, at times reporting that he drank upward of 70 beers a week and ate fewer than 600 calories a day, the first psychologist who saw him after leaving the military testified Thursday.

Variants will likely make up 40% of Ontario's COVID-19 cases by mid-March, modelling predicts

Ontario's public health measures have decreased COVID-19 transmission and have slowed the spread of variants of concern, according to new modelling released by the province's Science Table Thursday.
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Variants will likely make up 40% of Ontario's COVID-19 cases by mid-March, modelling predicts

Ontario's public health measures have decreased COVID-19 transmission and have slowed the spread of variants of concern, according to new modelling released by the province's Science Table Thursday.

Inside the ER in Laval, Que., one of the worst hit cities in Canada

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, Laval's Cité-de-la-Santé hospital gave CBC News exclusive access inside the ER to see how it works and the precautions it has put in place to keep everyone safe.
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Inside the ER in Laval, Que., one of the worst hit cities in Canada

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, Laval's Cité-de-la-Santé hospital gave CBC News exclusive access inside the ER to see how it works and the precautions it has put in place to keep everyone safe.

Feds get another month to reform assisted-dying law as bill stalls in the Commons

The federal government was granted one more month today to expand access to medical assistance in dying even as its efforts to do so stalled in the House of Commons.
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Feds get another month to reform assisted-dying law as bill stalls in the Commons

The federal government was granted one more month today to expand access to medical assistance in dying even as its efforts to do so stalled in the House of Commons.

Federal Conservatives call for suspension of hotel quarantine policy following reports of sexual assault

Some Conservative MPs are asking the federal government to suspend the mandatory hotel quarantine policy in the wake of two reports of sexual violence.
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Federal Conservatives call for suspension of hotel quarantine policy following reports of sexual assault

Some Conservative MPs are asking the federal government to suspend the mandatory hotel quarantine policy in the wake of two reports of sexual violence.

Variants to likely make up 40% of COVID-19 cases mid-March in Ontario, modelling predicts

Ontario's public health measures have decreased COVID-19 transmission and have slowed down the spread of variants of concern, according to new modelling released by the province's Science Table Thursday.
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Variants to likely make up 40% of COVID-19 cases mid-March in Ontario, modelling predicts

Ontario's public health measures have decreased COVID-19 transmission and have slowed down the spread of variants of concern, according to new modelling released by the province's Science Table Thursday.

It's budget day in Alberta. Here's what you need to know before the budget is announced.

Premier Jason Kenney's United Conservative government will table its third budget on Thursday afternoon.
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It's budget day in Alberta. Here's what you need to know before the budget is announced.

Premier Jason Kenney's United Conservative government will table its third budget on Thursday afternoon.

Shorter, more frequent lockdowns could lead to fewer COVID-19 cases, study finds

A new study out of Toronto suggests that shorter, but more frequent lockdowns could lead to fewer cases of COVID-19.
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Shorter, more frequent lockdowns could lead to fewer COVID-19 cases, study finds

A new study out of Toronto suggests that shorter, but more frequent lockdowns could lead to fewer cases of COVID-19.

A front-line worker became homeless just before the pandemic hit. He's still living in his van

As a full-time pharmacy technician in a busy Toronto hospital, Tim MacFarlane has been on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. But since February of last year, he’s also been living in his minivan after he became one of the roughly 235,000 Canadia
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A front-line worker became homeless just before the pandemic hit. He's still living in his van

As a full-time pharmacy technician in a busy Toronto hospital, Tim MacFarlane has been on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. But since February of last year, he’s also been living in his minivan after he became one of the roughly 235,000 Canadians who experience homelessness every year.

'I had to lie': Problems plague first day of Quebec's vaccine registration system

Some Montrealers are facing headaches as they try to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments for their elderly parents.
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'I had to lie': Problems plague first day of Quebec's vaccine registration system

Some Montrealers are facing headaches as they try to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments for their elderly parents.

Dairy farmers advised to stop adding palm oil to feed as butter controversy heats up

After news coverage of butter becoming harder to melt, possibly due to palm oil additives in cattle feed, the Dairy Farmers of Canada association is recommending that producers stop the practice for the time being.
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Dairy farmers advised to stop adding palm oil to feed as butter controversy heats up

After news coverage of butter becoming harder to melt, possibly due to palm oil additives in cattle feed, the Dairy Farmers of Canada association is recommending that producers stop the practice for the time being.

COVID-19 tents, shacks turned into homes amid housing crisis in Eabametoong First Nation

Four canvas walls reinforced with plywood and two-by-fours, along with a few blankets and a wood stove, are Andrew Missewace's only defence against the bitter cold of northwestern Ontario, even when the temperature drops as low as -48 C.
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COVID-19 tents, shacks turned into homes amid housing crisis in Eabametoong First Nation

Four canvas walls reinforced with plywood and two-by-fours, along with a few blankets and a wood stove, are Andrew Missewace's only defence against the bitter cold of northwestern Ontario, even when the temperature drops as low as -48 C.

Ontario sees 1,138 new COVID-19 cases as number of active infections climbs for 1st time in weeks

Ontario reported another 1,138 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as the number of active infections provincewide increased for the first time in more than six weeks.
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Ontario sees 1,138 new COVID-19 cases as number of active infections climbs for 1st time in weeks

Ontario reported another 1,138 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as the number of active infections provincewide increased for the first time in more than six weeks.

Playstations scarce, automakers stalled amid semiconductor shortage brought on by pandemic

A shortage of semiconductors — the microchips needed in everything from military equipment to coffee makers — is causing delays around the world, disrupting supply chains for smartphones and causing major problems in the auto industry. For consumers, i
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Playstations scarce, automakers stalled amid semiconductor shortage brought on by pandemic

A shortage of semiconductors — the microchips needed in everything from military equipment to coffee makers — is causing delays around the world, disrupting supply chains for smartphones and causing major problems in the auto industry. For consumers, it means a delay getting some products. It could also mean higher prices.

'It's not their fault': Nunavut students who act violently let down by lack of counselling, educators say

While the Nunavut government doesn't have answers, some educators suspect school violence is symptomatic of deeper social issues, such as housing scarcity and hunger, combined with a lack of mental health services — ongoing effects of colonialism that are b
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'It's not their fault': Nunavut students who act violently let down by lack of counselling, educators say

While the Nunavut government doesn't have answers, some educators suspect school violence is symptomatic of deeper social issues, such as housing scarcity and hunger, combined with a lack of mental health services — ongoing effects of colonialism that are beyond the control of children who act out.

In the shadow of her killer's verdict, Cindy Gladue's family wants to reclaim her humanity

While waiting for the verdict in her killer's second trial, Cindy Gladue's family in Edmonton gathered to remember the Cree-Métis woman as more than the victim of a horrific death.
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In the shadow of her killer's verdict, Cindy Gladue's family wants to reclaim her humanity

While waiting for the verdict in her killer's second trial, Cindy Gladue's family in Edmonton gathered to remember the Cree-Métis woman as more than the victim of a horrific death.

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