COVID-19: MLHU vaccine supply still limited as eligibility expands to 18+
Starting Tuesday, everyone 18 and up will be able to book a vaccine appointment with the Middlesex-London Health Unit.
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‘The system failed’: Cobourg police chief upset after court decides to release man arrested Thursday
Cobourg Police Service Chief Paul VandeGraaf is critical of court's decision to release a man who was arrested Thursday in a drug investigation.
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COVID-19: Results revealed for rapid testing project at Montreal schools
Rapid COVID-19 testing among asymptomatic students is inefficient, say researchers who are conducting a pilot project to see how effective the tests are at detecting the virus.
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People need hope, but clear rules, public health experts say as Quebec to announce reopening plan
“(They must) be clear about what targets we need to achieve, what good things are going to happen if we do, and how things are not going to change if we don’t.”
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New report investigating LGBTQ2S+ inclusivity in federal departments find gaps, 'lack of strategy'
A new report looking at the inclusion and treatment of LGBTQ2S+ employees within federal departments over the last year has found a 'lack of centralized strategy' for inclusion of LGBTQ2S+ people.
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COVID-19: Nova Scotia rotational workers report difficulties with travel application process
The new travel application process has only been active for a few days, but some rotational workers say they've already run into challenges with the system.
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West Island Solidarity Garden organizers hope to have another bountiful season
"The idea is to grow a row for yourself but then if you can grow an extra row and give part of your harvest back to the west island food banks."
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2 Montreal families want new coroner’s inquiries over claims of racism and conflict of interest
Two Montreal families are demanding new coroner's inquiries into the deaths of their loved ones because of growing concerns over racial profiling and a conflict of interest.
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New housing starts double in Saskatchewan during April: CMHC
CMHC said there were 4,958 annually adjusted housing starts in Saskatchewan’s urban areas during April.
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Calgary Indigenous clinic offering COVID-19 vaccines to youth, homeless, newcomers
An Indigenous COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Calgary was honoured with a Blackfoot name as it launched its third, expanded round of immunizations.
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New Brunswick baseball association believes vandals damaged batting cages
The president of the Port City Minor Baseball Association believes vandals damaged batting cages at Memorial Field in Saint John on May 11 or 12.
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COVID-19: Ticketing at pro-Palestinian car rally in Halifax a ‘betrayal,’ organizer says
Some of the people ticketed at a recent XXXX car rally in Halifax over the weekend plan to fight their tickets.
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COVID-19: 14 New Brunswick MLAs potentially exposed, prompting first hybrid-virtual sitting
Fourteen New Brunswick MLAs may have been exposed to COVID-19, prompting the province's first hybrid-virtual regular sitting of legislature.
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Accused was shaking after he attacked murder victim, witness says
Jérémie McLaughlin-Thibault, 47, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Pointe-aux-Trembles resident Vickie Belle-Isle.
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COVID-19: Plan in motion to vaccinate Hamilton youth aged 12 to 17
Dr. Elizabeth Richardson says public health is working with the city's school boards to develop a strategy, ahead of a May 20 provincial deadline.
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Longtime associate of Matt Gaetz pleads guilty to underage sex trafficking charges
Gaetz's associate, Joel Greenberg, admitted that he had paid at least one underage girl to have sex with him and other men.
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Regina restaurants, bars welcome back guests for in-person and patio dining
On Monday, restaurants and bars in Regina were able to welcome back guests for in-person dining and patios under provincial health guidelines.
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Trio facing dozens of charges following traffic stop in London, drug bust in St. Thomas: OPP
Police said the incident led to the discovery of a meth lab and firearms, however other details, including the amount of drugs allegedly seized, was not immediately available.
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Variant first detected in India now under high surveillance in Quebec
Eleven cases of the coronavirus B.1.617 variant have been confirmed in Quebec to date.
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14-year-old boy dies in ATV accident near 100 Mile House: RCMP
Police said the boy was with a group of friends when his ATV crashed along a trail near a logging road
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Questions raised on Markham mansion casino case amid allegations police planted evidence, took $450K watches
Questions raised about the 2020 York Regional Police operation come months after a separate major investigation fell apart amid allegations solicitor-client privilege was violated.
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Canada is about to surpass the U.S. in first doses of the COVID vaccine
Vaxx Populi: Canada now has strong supply and demand of vaccine doses and is vaccinating 0.88 per cent of the population daily The post Canada is about to surpass the U.S. in first doses of the COVID vaccine appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Hanes: After more than a year of living through a pandemic, an earthquake hardly rattles us
Most of us are woefully ill-equipped for a major temblor.
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First inmate death in history of Manitoba women’s jail reported over the weekend
Manitoba Justice has reported the first death of an inmate at the Women's Correctional Centre in the Headingley-area jail's nine-year history.
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Quebec City’s proposed third link tunnel to cost $7B, take 10 years to build
Premier François Legault told reporters the final price tag could rise by as much as 35 per cent when borrowing and other unexpected construction-related costs are factored in.
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Shoppers Drug Mart selling rapid COVID-19 tests at stores in Ontario and Alberta
Customers are asked to make an appointment to get a test, which costs $40, Loblaw said.
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Watch: Auston Matthews eager for Leafs to join playoff action after opening games
Matthews talks about the opening days of the NHL Playoffs and why he wants to hit the ice.
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Fire danger rating set to high for Muskoka
A high fire rating means residents should avoid campfires and use "extreme caution" will all fires.
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11-year sentence upheld for Kelowna trafficker who sold carfentanil on dark web
At the time, police called the drug operation one of the most significant and sophisticated operations ever uncovered in Canada.
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COVID-19: 1 death, 26 new cases in London-Middlesex; all adults vaccine-eligible Tuesday
The smaller increase is an undercount and is being attributed to an outage Sunday evening of the provincial reporting system, the health unit said.
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Coroner investigating death of Côte St-Luc blue collar worker
Silvio Pietrangelo reportedly took his life after filing a complaint about harassment in the workplace five years ago.
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Stop blaming individuals for the perils of a global pandemic and global warming and demand more of our leaders
The “inconvenient truth” is that individual actions will never solve a global issue. There is power in the people but only when our actions are met with resources and institutional investment.
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Photo of Jeep believed to be involved in fatal crash released by Saskatoon police
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle believed to have been involved in a fatal collision last week in Saskatoon.
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Police identify male victim in Sunday’s daylight shooting in Etobicoke
Odale Leslie, 28, of Missisauga, has been identified as the victim of the city’s 23rd homicide
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Leylah Fernandez honoured for Billie Jean King Cup heroics
The award is for players who have represented their country with distinction, demonstrated exceptional courage on the court and shown outstanding commitment to their team.
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Waterloo Regional Police arrest 4 people, seize 5 vehicles after Kitchener car rally
Waterloo Regional Police say they have laid 26 charges, arrested four people, and impounded five cars in connection to a car rally which was held in Kitchener over the weekend.
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Cambridge, Ont., man facing more than a dozen new charges in child pornography investigation
Waterloo Regional Police say a Cambridge man is now facing more than a dozen charges in connection to a child pornography investigation.
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Victoria Day 2021: 75 Beer Stores across Ontario to open Monday, LCBO stores closed
While there are limited options on what you are allowed to do on Victoria Day in Ontario, you will still be able to buy a few wobbly pops at the Beer Store.
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COVID-19: 9 new cases in Peterborough area; second workplace outbreak in Peterborough County
On Sunday, the health unit reported the 18th death due to COVID-19 since the pandemic was declared in March 2020.
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Kingston man faces weapons, drugs, assault charges following weekend arrest
A Kingston man was arrested Sunday for alleged possession of drugs, weapons and for reportedly assaulting a police officer during an arrest.
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Vancouver police apologize for handcuffing retired Black B.C. judge
Selwyn Romilly said he doesn’t intend to file a complaint, but said the incident has made clear that officers still need better training.
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