COVID-19: N.B. reports 100 new cases, active cases surpass 900

As of Saturday, there were 56 people in hospital in New Brunswick with COVID-19, including 23 people in an intensive care unit.
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Calgary defenceman Rasmus Andersson fined $5,000 for roughing Edmonton’s Yamamoto
Calgary Flames defenseman Rasmus Andersson has been fined $5,000 for roughing Edmonton Oilers forward Kailer Yamamoto.
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Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine proving to last longer than rival from Pfizer, says provincial health officer
“As I said many times, we don't yet have an absolute correlative protection (100 per cent protection), but Moderna seems to give higher antibody levels that stay longer,” says Dr. Bonnie Henry.
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Contractor on beleaguered North Shore wastewater plant claims district owes it $100M
Metro Vancouver says the contractor hasn't met key milestones required for payment under the project's contract. The district moved to terminate that contract this week.
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Meet the B.C. man who builds his own fully-functional submarines
Hank Pronk builds his own completely functional submarines, and recently finished his latest and greatest submersible, the E3000, which is pressure tested to a depth of 3,000 feet.
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Elks trade QB Trevor Harris to Montreal leaving Cornelius as the starter
On Sunday, the Edmonton Elks traded quarterback Trevor Harris to the Montreal Alouettes in exchange for American defensive end Antonio Simmons.
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Labour shortages, supply chain issues could disrupt holiday shopping in Manitoba
The province's need for truck drivers is not new, but it's getting worse.
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Winnipeg firefighters’ new collective agreement heading to Executive Policy Committee
Winnipeg's Executive Policy Committee is expected to vote this week on ratifying a new contract with the city's firefighters.
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Dartmouth school to close temporarily due to COVID-19 outbreak
Dartmouth South Academy will be closed this week on the advice of the province's top doctor in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19 within the school.
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Elks QB Trevor Harris traded to Montreal Alouettes
The Edmonton Elks have traded quarterback Trevor Harris to the Montreal Alouettes for defensive end Antonio Simmons. The Elks, 2-7 in the CFL’s West Division, announced the deal Sunday as Edmonton enters a bye week. Harris played 19 games for Edmonton including six this season. The Ohio quarterback threw for 5,595 yards, 22 touchdowns, and...
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Saskatoon resident frustrated over eHealth and vaccination QR code issue
Saskatoon resident Gary Morrison is frustrated with the health-care system after not getting any answers as to why his wife cannot download her QR code.
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‘Hope and resilience’: New playground in Portapique part of ‘community build up’
The project is "enabling these people to feel that they play a part in their own healing process, to enable them to change the light which has been shone on this community."
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Regina couple celebrating ‘tapping of the keg’ marriage proposal
The whole engagement was captured on a GoPro camera that was mounted on top of the keg.
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Quebec nurses union tells thousands of workers to refuse ‘abusive’ overtime this weekend: FIQ
The union called the overtime system "inhumane" and "abusive," adding that it puts the health and safety of both nurses and patients at risk.
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‘They’re being wiped out’: Point Roberts pleads for test exemption as border restrictions ease
'We're the safest place in North America, we've got 88 per cent vaccinated, have been for months,' Point Roberts Chamber of Commerce president Brian Calder said.
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Have your say: How would you rate your excitement level for the Raptors season?
The Raptors open at home Wednesday night against the Wizards.
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Robbery suspect sought after business employee struck with weapon: Regina police
Police say around 10 p.m. on Saturday, police were called to a business on the 4100 block of 5th Avenue for a report of a robbery.
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COVID-19: Cancelled flights and tightened rules hit travellers from Vancouver to Hong Kong
Authorities in Hong Kong are tightening rules after 58 of the total 59 reported COVID-19 cases for the first half of October were attributed to incoming travellers.
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Town rattled by bow-and-arrow killings ponders terrorism and mental illness
Police in Norway, who initially pointed to Islamic extremism, now say an attacker was “not well, mentally.”
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Lethbridge author hopes to inspire with new book on his bipolar 1 disorder diagnosis
A Lethbridge man is hoping to break the stigma around mental illness by telling his own story in a recently published novel highlighting his own struggles with bipolar 1 disorder.
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Governor General Mary May Simon arrives in Germany for first international trip
The international visit comes a week after Mary May Simon's first formal public appearance in Ottawa, which was at a homeless shelter.
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338Canada: Doug Ford’s election advantage
Philippe J. Fournier: An early look at the Ontario election projection shows dramatically different numbers from 2018, but the PCs still benefitting from a divided opposition The post 338Canada: Doug Ford’s election advantage appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Hong Kong bans Air Canada flights from Vancouver after passenger tests positive for COVID-19
The government of Hong Kong has banned Air Canada flights from Vancouver after a passenger on a recent flight tested positive for COVID-19.
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Calgary Coun. Sean Chu responds to misconduct allegations
Coun. Sean Chu is facing backlash from a CBC News story that focuses on an internal misconduct investigation that was done when Chu was a police officer in 1997.
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Winnipeg School Division to turn 2 gymnasiums into COVID-19 test sites for staff
The Winnipeg School Division will soon be using the gymnasiums in two of its schools as COVID-19 testing sites for unvaccinated staff.
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Gov. Gen. Mary Simon departs for first international trip, including honour at world's largest trade book fair
Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon set out on her first international trip in that position on Sunday, heading to Germany to meet with officials, as well as attend the world’s largest trade book fair.
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Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon departs for first international trip, including honour at world's largest trade book fair
Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon set out on her first international trip in that position on Sunday, heading to Germany to meet with officials, as well as attend the world’s largest trade book fair.
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Northern B.C. businesses grapple with latest round of COVID-19 restrictions
Lagging vaccination rates and the province's highest per-capita daily new case counts prompted the province to implement a suite of new restrictions across the region this week.
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Son of Canucks GM Jim Benning attacked outside Yaletown nightspot
Vancouver police were called to an assault in progress around 2 a.m. outside the Banter Room
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