Walter Mondale, former U.S. vice-president to Jimmy Carter, dead at 93
Mondale was also the Democratic candidate for president in the 1984 election, which he lost to Ronald Reagan in the most lopsided defeat in U.S. political history.
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Dan Fumano: 'Baby step' or too far? Vancouver city council mulls social-housing move
Opinion: Council faces decision on whether to shift the balance — slightly — toward making it easier to build the kind of housing Vancouverites say they support.
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Coal Harbour killing: Vancouver police piecing together events before, after fatal shooting
Investigators have still not made a definitive link between Harb Dhaliwal’s murder and a near-fatal stabbing in the 1400-block of West Hastings about 10 minutes later
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Supervised consumption site director says gov’t help needed
The supervised consumption site's director says Prairie Harm Reduction needs government funding to be sustainable, even with a huge outpouring of support from local businesses.
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Letters to The Sun, April 20, 2021: Silence on opioid overdose crisis is deafening
Opinion: Letters to The Vancouver Sun, April 20, 2021.
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Small B.C. accounting firms call on Ottawa to extend April 30 tax deadline
Prominent Vancouver income tax consultant Hugh Woolley’s Change.org petition calling for the extension has more than 55,000 signatures
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Federal budget winners include parents, small business and environmentalists — restaurants, fiscal hawks and Canadians hoping for pharmacare, better luck next time
Ottawa’s historic budget featuring more than $100 billion in new spending aimed at stimulating the post-pandemic recovery includes a promise of affordable child care for all and efforts to fight climate change. But Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s first budget was also likely to disappoint some people as well.
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Infant dies from COVID-19 at B.C. Children's Hospital
"It reminds us of the vicious nature of this virus," says provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry
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Watch: Reaction to soccer’s new Super League overwhelmingly negative
The formation of the new Super League has created a lot of chatter inside European soccer. Listen to what the soccer world, including fans, have to say about the decision.
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Small accounting firms call on Ottawa to extend April 30 tax deadline
The vast majority of accountants who prepare personal taxes that seemed overwhelmed with the pending deadline were women who worked as either sole proprietors or in smaller firms, said Hugh Woolley, a prominent Vancouver accountant who started a petition for Ottawa to extend the filing deadline from April 30.
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Beloved Saskatchewan teacher’s death from COVID-19 renews vaccination calls
Victor Thunderchild, an educator for nearly 30 years in Saskatchewan, died from COVID-19 over the weekend, reigniting calls to vaccinate teachers faster.
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University of Alberta students’ concept could prevent fentanyl overdoses
Three University of Alberta students were discussing the issue of fentanyl overdoses when they came up with a potential life-saving solution to the deadly problem. 
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N.S. premier happy with federal budget, N.B. premier pans for being too Toronto focussed
Nova Scotia's premier lauded the federal budget for its focus on child care, but New Brunswick's premier criticized it for not addressing health care in a meaningful way.
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Liveblog: Habs kick off Alberta road trip vs. Oilers
Carey Price will get the start in goal for the Canadiens.
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People aged 15 to 29 should get annual testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea: experts
The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care has released new guidelines on testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea. To catch untreated and asymptomatic infections, the task force recommends annual testing in the 15 to 29 age group.
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COVID-19: Some municipalities prepared to act after crowding and partying on popular B.C. beaches
Vancouver showing little movement after hundreds-strong dance party hits English Bay.
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Stu Cowan: Not a surprise Canadiens coach is counting on Carey Price
You have to wonder how much clout Dominique Ducharme has with veteran goalie and captain Shea Weber with interim tag attached to job title.
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Canada’s plans to deal with COVID-19 deficit, childcare spark questions
In Canada's federal budget, the Liberals pledged $30B over five years to create a national childcare plan aiming to provide access to daycare at an average cost of $10 per day.
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As the Derek Chauvin jury deliberates, a fenced-off, boarded-up, blockaded city braces itself for a verdict
Those people in the street, in Minneapolis and cities across the U.S., are not supposed to influence the jurors, who need to sort out fact from fiction and guilt from innocence based on the facts they’ve heard. But whatever they decide will certainly influence those in the streets, writes Edward Keenan.
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Budget 2021: VIDO in Saskatoon poised to become ‘Canada’s centre for pandemic research’
VIDO in Saskatoon is slated to receive $59.2 million over three years to enhance the organization's efforts to tackle COVID-19 and future infectious diseases.
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COVID-19: B.C. lowers eligibility for AstraZeneca vaccine, targets COVID-19 hot spot communities with priority vaccinations
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said targeting communities with high rates of COVID-19 could reduce transmission and reduce the strain on near-capacity hospitals
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Regina committee votes to support federal bill banning conversion therapy
Regina’s community wellness committee voted in favour of supporting a federal bill banning conversion therapy.
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No buildings higher than Mount Royal, pledges Plante administration
"The mountain of Mont Royal is an emblematic gem that must be valued but it should not be a barrier to having an ambitious city," said Lionel Perez of Ensemble Montréal
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Alberta advocates celebrate federal child-care plan; UCP says more details needed
The 2021 federal budget includes big promises for making child care more affordable, however, the Alberta government says it needs more information before signing on.
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No WHL playoffs for 2020-21 season due to COVID-19 restrictions
The league said travel restrictions in place to try to stem the tide of the global pandemic would make it difficult to conduct a post-season.
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Don Martin: A super spreader of spending in budget aimed at stimulating voters for upcoming election
Reading the federal budget spending spree as it scrolls on for 720-plus pages, a certain numbness takes hold, writes Don Martin in his exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
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ICBC apologizes to accident victim in class action lawsuit
ICBC has apologized to one of the plaintiffs in a major class action lawsuit and offered to pay more than $3,700 to make up for an error.
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Lawyers for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou ask judge for adjournment in final extradition hearings
In response, a lawyer for Canada's attorney general accused Meng's team of trying to turn the extradition hearing into a trial.
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Hamilton bylaw officers to ticket people who use escarpment stairs for non-essential travel
City of Hamilton bylaw officers will be 'proactively' enforcing the escarpment stairs' closure and issuing fines to those who use the stairs for non-essential travel.
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