COVID-19 restrictions lifted in Halifax as Nova Scotia reports 3 new COVID-19 cases
Many restrictions that came into effect on Feb. 27 will end Friday, March 5 at 8 a.m.
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Coronavirus live updates: Quebec reports 707 new cases, 20 more deaths
The province administered 16,619 vaccine doses on Wednesday.
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Woman pulled from basement fire at a Guelph home dies in hospital
Police say a woman located in the home was taken to Guelph General Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
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COVID-19: Ross Memorial Hospital launches vaccine rollout to front-line staff, physicians
The vaccine rollout will prioritize staff and physicians who are considered front-line, in high-risk clinical areas.
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Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on March 4
Here are the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Thursday.
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How To Watch Oprah's Interview With Prince Harry And Meghan Markle In Canada
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, airing this Sunday at 8 p.m., looks to be explosive. But Canadians watching the previews, as per usual, have had to wonder that perennial Canadian question: Can we watch it here?The answer, luckily for us, is yes.HuffPost Canada has confirmed that the interview will be airing live on Global on Sunday night. We can tune in Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, just like Americans watching it on CBS.In the U.S., viewers also have the option to watch the interview live on Paramount+, the online streaming service previously known as CBS All Access. But while Paramount+ is available in Canada as well, Canadians can’t watch the Oprah interview on the streaming service, because it’s licensed to Global, a Paramount spokesperson said.In a new teaser for the interview, Meghan says the Royal Family has an “active role” in “perpetuating falsehoods about us.”RELATEDIt’s Official: Harry And Meghan Won’t Resume Royal DutiesHow To Do Prince Harry's Perfect Mud Crawl (And Not James Corden's)Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are Having Another Baby
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Novavax filings give first glimpse of deal Canada made for COVID vaccines
Nonvavax's filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission marks the first time a vaccine supplier's deal with the Canadian government has been released in any form.
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17% of food produced globally wasted every year, U.N. report estimates
The waste is far more than previous reports had indicated.
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Spring Arts Preview 2021: 30 things to do, read and watch this season
Our writers look ahead to the new season with their lists of the best live and virtual theatre, musical, book, visual arts, dance and classical events coming soon to Metro Vancouver.
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2 Kitchener men arrested after rental van hits 2 buildings, flees scene
Waterloo Regional Police say two men were arrested after a pair of buildings were struck by a rental van in Kitchener late Wednesday afternoon.
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Woman sentenced for failing to stop after accident causing death of Markham cyclist
In his reasons for sentence over zoom, Justice Edward Prutschi called the circumstances of this case 'a colossal tragedy that has utterly destroyed two extended families.'
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Ontario municipalities to receive $500M in new provincial funding to help COVID-related costs
Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark says the money can be used to pay for community services and ongoing capital projects.
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Health Sciences Centre ER flooded
Manitoba's largest emergency room flooded Thursday morning after a patient allegedly set off the sprinkler system.
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Unifor's Dias says Air Canada pledging passenger refunds as aid negotiations drag on
Unifor president Jerry Dias says Air Canada is promising to refund passengers whose flights were cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Unifor’s Dias says Air Canada pledging passenger refunds as aid negotiations drag on
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Loaded shotgun seized during search warrant in the Westmount area: London Police
London police seized a loaded shotgun and ammunition during a search warrant in the Westmount area Wednesday afternoon.
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Pedestrian suffers head injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Guelph: police
Guelph police say a pedestrian suffered significant head injuries after he was hit by a vehicle in the city's west end on Wednesday morning.
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Dr. Seuss tops Amazon charts after 6 titles pulled over racist imagery
Dr. Seuss books are topping Amazon charts in the U.S. this week, with nine out of the top 10 books being by the author.
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Average residential home price in Ottawa passes $700K mark in February: OREB
Homes are spending less and less time on the market in Ottawa as buyers race to snap up properties in the nation's capital, according to the local real estate board.
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Ontario reports 994 new coronavirus cases, 10 more deaths
Thursday's case count is slightly higher than Wednesday's which saw 958 new infections — however, there were more tests processed on Thursday.
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Waterloo Region, municipalities get another $18 million in COVID relief funds from province
This is the third round of funds the province has released to municipalities from the $4-billion Safe Start fund it created with the federal government.
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COVID-19 update for March 4: Seven more deaths | Health officials recommend 4 months between vaccine doses
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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Bringing Quebec cuisine home: Sugar shacks sell gourmet kits in bid for survival
With upwards of 75 per cent of Quebec’s iconic sugar shacks at risk of permanently closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 70 of them have come together to launch a gourmet meal box initiative they hope will help keep their traditional businesses alive for another year.
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Ontario records fewer than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for third straight day
Ontario is reporting fewer than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the third straight day.
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Port Hope man charged after police find multiple firearms ‘laying around’ apartment residence
Police say investigators found 'multiple' restricted and non-restricted firearms unsecured in an apartment residence.
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Spring Arts Preview: B.C. cultural community still standing, but the outlook is rough
One year into the pandemic, the arts and cultural sector remains resilient. But the outlook gets worse as restrictions remain in place
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Indian COVID-19 vaccine proves effective in early trials — bringing relief to the millions who have already gotten it
Indian drug company Bharat Biotech said late Wednesday that initial results from clinical trials showed that its Covaxin vaccine had an efficacy rate of 81 per cent.
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Queen’s Park giving municipalities an additional $500M to offset COVID-19 costs
Ontario’s pandemic-ravaged municipalities are getting an injection of $500 million from Queen’s Park to help with their operating costs.
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Judge refuses to name mass murderer in Toronto van attack verdict, urges ‘careful consideration’
Justice Anne Molloy referred to him as John Doe, lending another voice to a growing chorus urging police, media and the public to refrain from naming fame-seeking mass murderers.
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