Delean: What changes, what doesn't, under RAMQ

No, the cutting of a tree because of the emerald ash borer is not eligible for a credit on your Quebec tax return.
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Kingston, Ont. residents say snow removal scam left them without service, despite taking their money
Richardson Services snow removal business is facing complaints from Kingston, Ont. residents who hired the company for winter maintenance.
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Plunge in temperature adds to mobility woes on Toronto’s snow-clogged streets
With the forecast calling for frigid temperatures to return, the snow-clogged streets and sidewalks became more difficult to move around on.
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Athletics Canada CEO Dave Bedford retiring after sexual tweets surface
The national governing body for track and field has announced that Bedford would be retiring immediately. Mat Gentes has been named interim-CEO.
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What the Puck: Canadiens turn page with Kent Hughes
New general manager impressed with his smart, friendly, open and articulate style of discussion.
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COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU admissions in Alberta continue to rise
Alberta’s chief medical officer of health urged people to remain vigilant and get vaccinated, saying the province’s acute-care system is under enormous stress amid Omicron.
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Another loss for Montreal: Slovenia butcher shop to close after 50 years
Customers lament the impending disappearance of yet another piece of The Main's history.
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A derm on how to make your skin thrive through winter
Stay plump and dewy even when it’s -30°C
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COVID-19 wastewater data suggests London, Ont. past the peak of Omicron
For most of the pandemic, researchers at Western University in London, Ont., have been tracking the viral load of the coronavirus excreted in the feces of infected individuals.
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COVID-19: Martensville and Warman high schools moving to online learning
Two high schools within Saskatchewan's Prairie Spirit School Division will move to online learning temporarily amid rising COVID-19 cases to prevent issues with upcoming exams.
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West Island community calendar for the week of Jan. 20
Contribute to the Gazette’s West Island/Off-Island community calendar by email at wicomcal@postmedia.com.
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UPAC cracking down on fake vaccine passports
Quebec's anti-corruption squad is cracking down on fake vaccine passports.
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Fredericton police to close tent sites for homeless after fire displaces five people
Fredericton's police chief says living in the wet and cold and using unsafe heating sources creates a serious risk to the tent-dwellers and to public safety.
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COVID-19: Vancouver police board to review staff vaccine policy after complaints
"I’d like to register my disappointment with the decision to not require vaccination for VPD officers," read a complaint from the family member.
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Biden predicts Russia will ‘move in’ on Ukraine, test Western leaders
The Kremlin has massed some 100,000 troops near Ukraine's borders, a buildup that the West says is preparation for a war to prevent Ukraine from ever joining NATO.
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Ford government announces $45 million to ‘cut red tape’ and speed up applications for new home construction
Pledging to make “unnecessary delays” in building new homes in the province a thing of the past, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced $45 million to create a fund to cut red tape and do away with delays in the approval of new home construction.
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Identifying mental health supports for farmers and ranchers: SaskPolytech
A research project to identify key supports to help farmers and ranchers with mental health will soon wrap up the phase one stage.
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Nova Scotia craft beer industry a ‘real success story,’ but calls for change to help expand
The craft beer industry in Nova Scotia says it's thriving and growing, but some producers say policy still penalizes those who are becoming the most successful.
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Saskatchewan NDP calls government funding for Saskatoon SPCA ‘horribly inadequate’
Saskatchewan agriculture critic Trent Wotherspoon said the government should fund the Saskatoon SPCA to carry out enforcement or give money to another organization to do it.
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Seaspan assigned more consultation work for North Shore dry dock expansion
The City of North Vancouver and Seaspan neighbours hope the project can be moved to the east side of Vancouver Drydock's existing operations.
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Four B.C. First Nations make deal with Western Forests to defer old-growth logging
Forests Minister Katrine Conroy says temporary deferrals on logging of old-growth are an important measure giving First Nations and the forest industry time and space to develop long-term strategies.
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Vancouver condo once owned by Jean-Claude Van Damme up for sale
The 4,674-square-foot unit at the One Sheraton Wall Centre is listed for just under $10 million
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Toronto launches pilot project to collect COVID-19 data from wastewater
Earlier this week, the city's top doctor said staff would be collaborating with academic partners to launch a pilot project to understand more about this method of surveillance.
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Fatal seadoo crash on Okanagan Lake not off-duty cop’s fault: B.C. police watchdog
There was no sign of intoxication and mechanical evidence showed that the RCMP officer's craft struck the friend's craft at an approximately perpendicular angle.
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RCMP accuse Burnaby man of stealing mail and packages from his neighbours
Police believe the man stole mail and parcels from two dozen others in his apartment building
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In Ukraine, front line civilians still think war with Russia won’t come
Across the country there remains a remarkable sense of calm, given warnings from U.S. intelligence and their own that Russia continues to build up forces at the border. Within the country, that absence of panic seems to grow the closer you get to the front.
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KFL&A Public Health issues cold weather warning for Tamworth, Sydenham, South Frontenac
Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health is issuing the warning from Thursday morning until Friday morning.
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Fine, let’s shovel. But where are we supposed to put the snow?
Image of the Week: Snowstorms that hit Central Canada renewed an age-old debate for people who have to shovel out their cars The post Fine, let’s shovel. But where are we supposed to put the snow? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Shot fired into Penticton motel, no injuries reported: RCMP
Once officers were on-site, they found empty bullet casings in the alleyway and a single bullet hole in the rear window of the Flamingo Motel.
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New supportive housing project for women coming to semi-rural N.S. community
The Soul's Harbour Rescue Mission project will offer supportive housing to women and their children in the form of a three-storey residential building to be built by year's end.
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