1 new coronavirus case in Manitoba, passengers on flight with past case encouraged to self-monitor

Health officials said they've learned that a previously announced positive case of COVID-19 was a passenger on a June 18 Air Canada flight (AC 295) from Winnipeg to Vancouver.
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Canadian jailed in Egypt returns home, needs medical treatment: family
Yasser Albaz, a Canadian engineer who was arrested at Cairo airport at the end of a business trip in February 2019, has been released and is back in Canada but needs medical treatment, his family said on Thursday.
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Kitten lodged near car engine rescued at Cobourg, Ont., mall
The little critter drew a crowd of rescuers due to its loud meows.
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Meghan Markle felt ‘unprotected’ by Royal Family while pregnant, court documents suggest
The documents are part of an ongoing lawsuit against U.K. tabloid publisher Associated Newspapers.
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Here’s what you’ll need to do to enter each province in the Atlantic bubble
Some provinces have already announced a process visitors will need to follow in order to gain entry as the Atlantic travel bubble begins on July 3.
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Jada Pinkett Smith denies she had an affair with Will Smith’s ‘blessing’
'I actually sat down with Will and had a conversation due to the transformation from their marriage to life partnership,' singer August Alsina said.
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Mississauga man accused of using real estate transactions to commit sexual assaults in Hamilton
A Mississauga man is facing charges in connection with sexual assaults that were allegedly committed through a ruse involving real estate transactions in Hamilton.
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Toronto FC rookie Achara out reminder of season with knee injury
The rookie season of Toronto FC rookie midfielder Ifunanyachi Achara, who made a huge splash in TFC’s season opener on March 7, has been washed away. The club announced on Thursday that the young Nigerian tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee. He will undergo surgery on July 7 and as a […]
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Quebec reports 69 new coronavirus cases for total of 55,593
There are 14 new deaths attributable to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
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Coronavirus outbreak declared over at Fenelon Court Long Term Care in Fenelon Falls, Ont.
The outbreak was declared on June 11 after one symptomatic resident tested positive for COVID-19.
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One injured in collision in three-vehicle collision involving TTC bus
Police say a 67-year-old man was injured after a TTC bus, a tractor trailer, and a car collided near Glengrove Avenue West and Bathurst Street in North York on Thursday morning.
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Vanilla Ice pushing forward with 4th of July concert despite coronavirus spike in Texas
'The '90s were the best. We didn’t have coronavirus, or cell phones, or computers,' said the 'Ice Ice Baby' hit-maker.
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Ontario’s back-to-school plan ignores a glaringly obvious problem
Kalli Anderson: 'Our government is essentially telling all the parents who are already at the very end of their ropes that the past three months have been fine' The post Ontario’s back-to-school plan ignores a glaringly obvious problem appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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York officers rescue 2 people in wheelchairs from Markham house fire
Police said emergency services were called to a residence on Colborne Street at around 2:20 a.m. for reports of a fire from a neighbour who saw flames coming from a nearby home.
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2 men arrested in Hamilton break-and-enter probe: police
Police allege $10,000 worth of catalytic converters, power tools and riding lawn mowers were stolen from businesses in Stoney Creek.
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Mississauga high school teacher charged with sexual assault of student
Police allege the teacher had an inappropriate relationship with his 17-year-old student that started in June 2016.
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The music industry is wrestling with race. Here’s what it has promised
The nationwide soul-searching in the wake of George Floyd’s death has been felt with particular acuteness in the music industry, which owes much of its wealth to the work of Black artists but has just a handful of Black executives in the most senior jobs
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Ottawa Aces rugby club name former French international Laurent Frayssinous its first coach
Ottawa's new rugby club will take advantage of its new head coach's international experience when play eventually gets underway.
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Great deals to be had at Ontario wineries... and they deliver
Order a box and relax in the backyard or balcony.
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Toronto under heat warning as humidex soars into high 30s
City officials said beginning at 11 a.m. Thursday, 15 emergency cooling centres will be opened for the duration of the heat warning.
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COMMENTARY: Russia referendum gives Putin right to remain in power till 2036
The particular sleight of hand used this time was different, Matthew Fisher says, but the result of Russia's national referendum was the same: the country will get a lot more Putin.
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Body of young man found in St. Lawrence River near Battery Park: Kingston police
A body was found in the St. Lawrence River near Battery Park on Canada Day, according to police.
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Coronavirus commercial rent relief program extended into July: feds
Federal and provincial governments have agreed to extend a coronavirus commercial rent relief program to help cover July costs for eligible small businesses, with a few changes.
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Ontario reports 302 new coronavirus cases over past 2 days
Case numbers weren't reported on Wednesday due to Canada Day.
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Supreme Court Won't Hear B.C. First Nations' Appeal Over TMX Pipeline
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a new appeal from British Columbia First Nations over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.The court dismissed the appeal on Thursday morning from the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, the Ts’elxwéyeqw Tribes and Coldwater Indian Band, effectively ending the years-long legal battle over the project.The First Nations successfully halted federal approval of the project in 2018 when the Federal Court of Appeal said Ottawa had failed to properly consult affected First Nations.RELATED Trans Mountain Pipeline Oil Spill In B.C. Blamed On Pipe Fitting Alberta Minister Says Pandemic A ‘Great Time’ To Build A Pipeline While Most Of Canada Socially Distances, Why Are Pipelines, Mines Still Going? Price Tag For TMX Pipeline Expansion Balloons To $12.6B In February, the same court dismissed another challenge by the same bands over the government’s June 2019 decision to approve the project a second time after another round of Indigenous consultation.In April, they asked the Supreme Court of Canada to hear the case but on Thursday, the court refused and, as usual, gave no reasons for that decision.The expanded pipeline will nearly triple the amount of diluted bitumen flowing between Alberta’s oilsands and a marine port in Burnaby, B.C.More to comePreviously on HuffPost:
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Unilever cuts ‘fair’ from name of skin-whitening cream after backlash
The change is meant to make the brand, which accounts for $500 million (U.S.) in annual revenue, more “inclusive,” Unilever said.
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Trump says he looks like Lone Ranger in a mask and likes it
After long resisting wearing a mask in public, U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday he thinks it makes him look like the Lone Ranger -- and he likes it.
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Social media companies face revenue hit from boycotts
The #StopHateforProfit campaign launched June 17 by the Anti-Defamation League, the NAACP and other advocacy groups seeks to pressure the social media giants into doing more to curtail racist and violent content on their websites.
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He posted his regrets over attending a party in California. The next day, he died of coronavirus.
A Southern California man who tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party expressed his fear and regret a day before he died.
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Health minister to update Manitobans on COVID recovery plans Thursday
Manitoba's health minister will announce COVID-19 recovery plans on Thursday.
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VEZINA: Call 911 when you, or anyone, has a stroke
Recent data has indicated a surprising number of people are not calling 911 for a stroke and other life-threatening conditions. Here are some of the things that happen when you call emergency services and some less known reasons why it is important. (1) The medical staff need time to get ready. If you or a […]
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Heat warnings issued across Hamilton-Niagara region for the weekend
Cities around the Hamilton-Niagara region have opened up cooling centres to avoid the onset of heat-related illnesses.
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Supreme Court rejects Indigenous challenge to Trans Mountain pipeline approval
The dismissal effectively ends a years-long legal battle over the Trans Mountain pipeline approval.
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Supreme Court dismisses appeal over Trans Mountain pipeline
The court dismissed the appeal this morning from the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, the Ts’elxweyeqw Tribes and Coldwater Indian Band, effectively ending the years-long legal battle over the project.
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HUNTER: Ghislaine Maxwell arrested on Jeffrey Epstein-related charges
She thought she answered to no one
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Worker dies at industrial site in Lindsay: police
Police say the worker suffered a fatal injury at the site and was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Supreme Court dismisses Indigenous appeal of Trans Mountain pipeline approval
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a new appeal from British Columbia First Nations over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
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