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Federal agency investigating passenger complaints over denied compensation for delayed flights

The Canadian Transportation Agency has launched an inquiry into allegations from passengers that airlines aren't adequately explaining their reasons for denying compensation for delayed flights. 

Why Ontario's surging COVID-19 cases haven't thrown everyone back into lockdown

The last time Ontario recorded more than 400 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, the entire province was still in Stage 1 of its reopening plan.
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Why Ontario's surging COVID-19 cases haven't thrown everyone back into lockdown

The last time Ontario recorded more than 400 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, the entire province was still in Stage 1 of its reopening plan.

Police forced to intervene after hundreds pack Ancaster, Ont., parking lot for event

Hamilton police say they teamed up with other forces to break up a gathering of hundreds of people in the Ancaster area overnight.
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Police forced to intervene after hundreds pack Ancaster, Ont., parking lot for event

Hamilton police say they teamed up with other forces to break up a gathering of hundreds of people in the Ancaster area overnight.

Fishermen say they are removing Indigenous lobster traps in western Nova Scotia

Non-Indigenous fishermen say they are in the process of removing lobster traps set by fishermen from the Sipekne'katik First Nation in waters off western Nova Scotia.
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Fishermen say they are removing Indigenous lobster traps in western Nova Scotia

Non-Indigenous fishermen say they are in the process of removing lobster traps set by fishermen from the Sipekne'katik First Nation in waters off western Nova Scotia.

Teddy forecast to bring heavy rain, wind to parts of Atlantic Canada

Environment Canada issued a tropical cyclone statement on Saturday for Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and parts of Newfoundland and Labrador ahead of Hurricane Teddy's arrival on Tuesday.
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Teddy forecast to bring heavy rain, wind to parts of Atlantic Canada

Environment Canada issued a tropical cyclone statement on Saturday for Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and parts of Newfoundland and Labrador ahead of Hurricane Teddy's arrival on Tuesday.

Mi'kmaw chief says meeting with fisheries minister was 'positive'

The chief of Sipekne'katik First Nation said he has had productive talks with federal Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan, but in the wake of those talks, commercial fishers have laid out their own ultimatum.
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Mi'kmaw chief says meeting with fisheries minister was 'positive'

The chief of Sipekne'katik First Nation said he has had productive talks with federal Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan, but in the wake of those talks, commercial fishers have laid out their own ultimatum.

B.C. or Ontario? Residential school survivors fight move of court battle

A bitterly fought legal battle between survivors of a brutal residential school and the federal government is slated for an appeal hearing this week over whether the case should now be moved to British Columbia from Ontario.
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B.C. or Ontario? Residential school survivors fight move of court battle

A bitterly fought legal battle between survivors of a brutal residential school and the federal government is slated for an appeal hearing this week over whether the case should now be moved to British Columbia from Ontario.

First elementary school in Ontario closes after students, staff test positive for COVID-19

The first elementary school in Ontario has closed after two staff members and two students tested positive for COVID-19.
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First elementary school in Ontario closes after students, staff test positive for COVID-19

The first elementary school in Ontario has closed after two staff members and two students tested positive for COVID-19.

'She'd still be alive': B.C. family wants answers after ambulance takes 3 hours to arrive

A Coquitlam woman is dead and her family is fighting for answers after it took more than three hours for an ambulance to arrive, even though a neighbour and former firefighter was also sounding the alarm.
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'She'd still be alive': B.C. family wants answers after ambulance takes 3 hours to arrive

A Coquitlam woman is dead and her family is fighting for answers after it took more than three hours for an ambulance to arrive, even though a neighbour and former firefighter was also sounding the alarm.

'A great public servant': Outpouring of tributes following John Turner's death

Canadians far and wide are sharing touching tributes following the death of John Turner, Canada’s 17th prime minister.
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'A great public servant': Outpouring of tributes following John Turner's death

Canadians far and wide are sharing touching tributes following the death of John Turner, Canada’s 17th prime minister.

Quebec reports 427 more positive COVID-19 cases, most since the end of May

Quebec public health authorities announced Saturday that 67,080 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 and 5,797 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.
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Quebec reports 427 more positive COVID-19 cases, most since the end of May

Quebec public health authorities announced Saturday that 67,080 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 and 5,797 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.

B.C. government extends temporary patio and alcohol delivery rules

The patio permits will be extended by a full year, and the rule allowing restaurants to sell alcohol with take-out will be extended to March 31, 2021.
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B.C. government extends temporary patio and alcohol delivery rules

The patio permits will be extended by a full year, and the rule allowing restaurants to sell alcohol with take-out will be extended to March 31, 2021.

Ontario slashes gathering sizes for entire province as alarm bells ring over COVID-19 spike

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has expanded new social gathering restrictions across the entire province, saying that «alarm bells are ringing» as COVID-19 cases continue to surge.
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Ontario slashes gathering sizes for entire province as alarm bells ring over COVID-19 spike

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has expanded new social gathering restrictions across the entire province, saying that «alarm bells are ringing» as COVID-19 cases continue to surge.

Families cope with rocky school start when sniffles could mean COVID-19 tests, self-isolation

The start of school is typically a stressful time for families, but none more so than this year as families try to adjust to a new reality in which even the slightest sniffle or minor headache could mean COVID-19 tests, days of isolation, and interruptions t
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Families cope with rocky school start when sniffles could mean COVID-19 tests, self-isolation

The start of school is typically a stressful time for families, but none more so than this year as families try to adjust to a new reality in which even the slightest sniffle or minor headache could mean COVID-19 tests, days of isolation, and interruptions to education and work.

Ontario health-care worker returns home six months after testing positive for COVID-19

Six months ago, cross-border health-care worker Torry Robertson of LaSalle, Ont., contracted COVID-19 — leading to renal failure, a super bug, bacterial pneumonia and almost 40 days connected to a ventilator. But Friday, he was finally given the green ligh
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Ontario health-care worker returns home six months after testing positive for COVID-19

Six months ago, cross-border health-care worker Torry Robertson of LaSalle, Ont., contracted COVID-19 — leading to renal failure, a super bug, bacterial pneumonia and almost 40 days connected to a ventilator. But Friday, he was finally given the green light to go home, with neighbours, friends and family members cheering him on.

Arrests made amid ongoing tensions as Mi'kmaw lobster fishery begins

Two people have been arrested as tensions continue to run high in Nova Scotia on Friday. Many gathered to support, and oppose, a First Nation's new moderate livelihood fishery outside the regular lobster season.
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Arrests made amid ongoing tensions as Mi'kmaw lobster fishery begins

Two people have been arrested as tensions continue to run high in Nova Scotia on Friday. Many gathered to support, and oppose, a First Nation's new moderate livelihood fishery outside the regular lobster season.

'That grin, that big heart': Remembering Terry Fox, the Marathon of Hope and one day in Thunder Bay

Bill Vigars, a close friend and confidante of Terry Fox, recalls the last days of the Marathon of Hope in Thunder Bay, Ont., and the inspiration it gave Canadians as a virtual version of the annual run is set to go ahead Sunday, 40 years later.
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'That grin, that big heart': Remembering Terry Fox, the Marathon of Hope and one day in Thunder Bay

Bill Vigars, a close friend and confidante of Terry Fox, recalls the last days of the Marathon of Hope in Thunder Bay, Ont., and the inspiration it gave Canadians as a virtual version of the annual run is set to go ahead Sunday, 40 years later.

Public Health Agency of Canada president resigns as COVID-19 cases spike

The president of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is stepping down only 18 months into the job, leaving the federal agency tasked with coordinating the country's COVID-19 response without a seasoned leader.
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Public Health Agency of Canada president resigns as COVID-19 cases spike

The president of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is stepping down only 18 months into the job, leaving the federal agency tasked with coordinating the country's COVID-19 response without a seasoned leader.

Dying Windsor woman gets exemption, sees U.S. parents for final time

Diane Costello, a colorectal cancer patient in Windsor, Ont., has gotten her dying wish to see her American parents one last time after public health officials granted them an exemption to COVID-19 border restrictions.
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Dying Windsor woman gets exemption, sees U.S. parents for final time

Diane Costello, a colorectal cancer patient in Windsor, Ont., has gotten her dying wish to see her American parents one last time after public health officials granted them an exemption to COVID-19 border restrictions.

Killer parties: University students' get-togethers are putting lives at risk, officials warn

University officials say students may face 'significant penalties' for flouting COVID-19 guidelines as part of an effort to cut down on 'superspreader' events, warning that outbreaks sparked by students put vulnerable communities at risk.
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Killer parties: University students' get-togethers are putting lives at risk, officials warn

University officials say students may face 'significant penalties' for flouting COVID-19 guidelines as part of an effort to cut down on 'superspreader' events, warning that outbreaks sparked by students put vulnerable communities at risk.

COVID-19 medical coverage now available even though Canadians advised to avoid international travel

Several insurance providers and airlines are lining up to offer travellers COVID-19 medical coverage, despite Canada's advisory to avoid non-essential travel abroad.
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COVID-19 medical coverage now available even though Canadians advised to avoid international travel

Several insurance providers and airlines are lining up to offer travellers COVID-19 medical coverage, despite Canada's advisory to avoid non-essential travel abroad.

Why saliva testing for COVID-19 in Canada won't be a panacea for long lineups any time soon

Canadians in several provinces face long lines for a swab to help diagnose COVID-19 as school and workplaces open. New testing technologies could help, but doctors say they won't be a silver bullet.
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Why saliva testing for COVID-19 in Canada won't be a panacea for long lineups any time soon

Canadians in several provinces face long lines for a swab to help diagnose COVID-19 as school and workplaces open. New testing technologies could help, but doctors say they won't be a silver bullet.

Why doctors think you should get the flu shot this year — and soon

As COVID-19 cases climb in many provinces, flu season is also on the horizon. Doctors say there’s more interest in the flu shot this year — and there should be. But they’re warning patients to get the shot sooner rather than later. Here's why.
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Why doctors think you should get the flu shot this year — and soon

As COVID-19 cases climb in many provinces, flu season is also on the horizon. Doctors say there’s more interest in the flu shot this year — and there should be. But they’re warning patients to get the shot sooner rather than later. Here's why.

Sorry to burst your COVID-19 'social bubble' but even small gatherings are getting riskier

Whether you call it a social circle, household bubble or some other catchy term, it’s a concept being used across Canada to help people socialize safely. But with COVID-19 case counts rising, some warn the approach is getting riskier.
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Sorry to burst your COVID-19 'social bubble' but even small gatherings are getting riskier

Whether you call it a social circle, household bubble or some other catchy term, it’s a concept being used across Canada to help people socialize safely. But with COVID-19 case counts rising, some warn the approach is getting riskier.

Arrest made in New Westminster, B.C., pier fire that could take weeks to extinguish

A suspect has been arrested for arson-related offences in connection to the New Westminster Pier Park fire.
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Arrest made in New Westminster, B.C., pier fire that could take weeks to extinguish

A suspect has been arrested for arson-related offences in connection to the New Westminster Pier Park fire.

Military suspends search for teens missing off P.E.I.'s west coast

Local residents in western Prince Edward Island have joined the search for two teenaged boys who went missing when their small boat capsized off the province's coast Wednesday night.
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Military suspends search for teens missing off P.E.I.'s west coast

Local residents in western Prince Edward Island have joined the search for two teenaged boys who went missing when their small boat capsized off the province's coast Wednesday night.

Landlord ordered to pay $14,000 for discrimination after banning family with service dog

A Quebec court has ordered a landlord to pay $14,000 for discrimination after refusing to rent an apartment to a family because he didn't want their medical service dog.
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Landlord ordered to pay $14,000 for discrimination after banning family with service dog

A Quebec court has ordered a landlord to pay $14,000 for discrimination after refusing to rent an apartment to a family because he didn't want their medical service dog.

PST in Alberta has long been taboo. Is Jason Kenney the one to finally sell it?

Premier Jason Kenney’s conservative ideology and long-term opposition to tax increases could work in his favour if he ever tried to introduce a provincial sales tax in Alberta, political observers suggest.
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PST in Alberta has long been taboo. Is Jason Kenney the one to finally sell it?

Premier Jason Kenney’s conservative ideology and long-term opposition to tax increases could work in his favour if he ever tried to introduce a provincial sales tax in Alberta, political observers suggest.

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