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OTTAWA Canadians began leaving the COVID 19 stricken Coral Princess cruise ship on Monday, after the ship reached Florida late last week. There were 97 Canadian passengers aboard the...
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OTTAWA Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is calling on the federal government to temporarily increase the Charitable Donation Tax Credit for 2020 and remove the capital gains tax...
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JERUSALEM — With Easter approaching, Jerusalem’s clergy are getting ready to celebrate one of the oldest traditions of Christian orthodox and Catholic religions via modern means. Israel has imposed tight...
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Three workers from a special care nursery at St. Joseph’s hospital in Hamilton have tested positive for COVID 19, public health officials said Monday. Parents and children involved in the area...
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WASHINGTON Canadians, it seems, had a number of choice words for the United States last year and most of them revolved around U.S. President Donald Trump....
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WASHINGTON — Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, in a surprise speech aboard a coronavirus stricken U.S. aircraft carrier, told the crew that their fired captain may have been “stupid, ” officials...
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TORONTO Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, and other abnormal eye conditions could be a less common symptom of COVID 19 and also a possible source of transmission, according to...
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Bloomberg — Nearly half the supply of hydroxychloroquine to the U.S. comes from makers in India, a flow that has now been abruptly stanched after the Asian nation banned exports...
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says 240, 000 people successfully applied for emergency relief amid the COVID 19 pandemic in the first few hours after the federal government opened the process this morning....
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Singapore is to shutter schools and all but essential workplaces for a month in a raft of stricter measures to slow the spread of a second wave of coronavirus cases....
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Britain’s Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, warned yesterday that “sunbathing is against the rules” and accused those who were lolling in public parks this weekend of “putting others’ lives at risk”....
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OTTAWA As another critical week in Canada’s efforts to flatten the COVID 19 curve begins, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be providing an update on the federal government’s...
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Turkmenistan is a country that tends to only make the news over here when something weird happens. The small former Soviet republic in central Asia is a closed police state...
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Bloomberg — Spain reported the lowest number of new coronavirus cases in more than two weeks and German infections were the fewest in six days, tentative signs that the spread...
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Oilfield services giant Halliburton on Monday said it will lay off an estimated 350 employees in Oklahoma, according to a filing with the state, as the spread of coronavirus and...
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TORONTO This viral pandemic will change forever how we clean and disinfect hospitals, long term care homes, schools, stores, offices, and even our homes, says a veteran director...
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Ireland’s prime minister Leo Varadkar has re registered as a medical practitioner and will work one shift a week to help out during the coronavirus crisis, his office said on Sunday....
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Hockey legend Hayley Wickenheiser has put a call out for masks and other critical medical personal protective equipment for health workers combatting the coronavirus crisis and the public has responded....
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The pastor of the Life Tabernacle Church near Baton Rouge held services on Sunday in defiance of a stay at home order issued by Louisiana because of the coronavirus pandemic, telling worshippers...
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Wild pigs are wreaking havoc across Canada, building “pigloo” shelters as they expand their territory. The animals are the descendants of wild boars who were imported to the country from...