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OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urging Canadians to get COVID 19 vaccinations as soon as they... want to wait for “preferred” vaccines that aren’t connected with... coronavirus, but said the...
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... and sent a subway car plunging toward a busy boulevard late Monday, killing at least 23 people and injuring about 70, city officials. Rescuers searched a car left dangling...
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.. government announced Monday it was taking over environmental oversight of. proposed GTA West Highway, temporarily putting the brakes on the province’s efforts to fast track the controversial project. In a...
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... around the world Monday. Web links to longer stories if... now eligible to book an appointment for a COVID 19 vaccine. The province announced last week that it is gradually...
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... experts and policy makers are speaking out on what they describe as an ever growing influence of the Chinese Communist Party CCP in Canadian business, academic and political circles. There...
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... promise to spend $6 billion on infrastructure improvements in Indigenous communities is a welcome move, but closing an infrastructure shortfall estimated at $30 billion means breaking down barriers to funding...
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... Vancouver Island who was fired in 2019 after purchasing books depicting nudity, sex acts and... for Teacher Regulation. Matthew Norman Lettington was a teacher librarian at a secondary school in...
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... Act, which allows the in a 14 day period. The.. are at 8050 Heritage Rd. in Brampton and 12724 Coleraine Dr. in Bolton. \Both Amazon sites... more than 900...
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... the COVID 19 pandemic may be inspiring some to indulge more often. By late 2020, one in five Canadians 20 per cent reported having used cannabis in the past three...
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TORONTO In an update to travel advice for Canadians visiting China, the government has added more detail regarding the Xinjiang region, warning that Canadians with ethnic......
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... the economy added 303, 000 jobs in in March as employment increased, with gains in sectors hardest hit by public health restrictions. In March, Statistics Canada says there.. 95, 000 more...
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OTTAWA—Most Canadians are still waiting for their first coveted COVID 19 vaccine shot, but there’s no... second one, says a federal vaccine advisory panel. The National... NACI said Wednesday it...
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... Wednesday that the AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine not be given to.. 30 where possible because of strengthening evidence that the shot may be linked to rare blood clots.. recommendation came...
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... that it found a possible link between the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and a rare clotting disorder but declined to impose any new age restrictions, saying the benefits of the......
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. The United Kingdom s drug regulator says the AstraZeneca vaccine has huge benefits but... rare blood clot risk. The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory.. Wednesday that...
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In recent months, Canadian butter made international headlines after it was hypothesized that it was getting harder due to the use of palm fat in the feed of dairy...
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. friends chat over glasses of wine, each holding black umbrellas while drizzle... that, for a moment, captures intimacy instead of isolation during a year long pandemic . In March, the...
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.. Ford conceded recently he was “kind of shocked” to see vaccine appointments not being filled by older adults in the province. But for physicians and. who work for community...
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... the guns is punctured by incoming shells. Above the guns can be seen the aft quintuple Mk15 torpedo mounts. Victor... 21, 180 feet or 6, 456 metres in the Philippine Sea....
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... that placed a cap on wedding sizes, some people sought out a small wedding by choice. Toronto Micro Weddings has catered to that set since 2019, offering affordable weddings...