'People in the shadows': Vaccination initiatives seek out isolated Montrealers
Community groups say efforts are needed to fill the gaps in Quebec's vaccination campaign and ensure no one is being left behind.
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LAWC reports ‘alarming’ surge in demand for services during COVID-19 pandemic
The London Abused Women's Shelter says its Urgent Services Support Program recorded a 45 per cent increase in demand in its most recent fiscal year.
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Warm, dry weather leads to fire restrictions in Edmonton
Due to the warm, dry spring weather so far, the City of Edmonton has put on a ban on open burning and fireworks until further notice.
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Tory MP uses term ‘unclean’ while expressing opposition to conversion therapy ban
A Conservative MP used the term "unclean" during a debate about conversion therapy on Friday, causing tensions to flare as one Liberal MP called it 'deeply offensive.'
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Montreal police seek public’s help in identifying man who allegedly shot at mosque with air pistol
Police said the incident takes back to April 5, when a man discharged an air gun on the façade of the mosque on Bélanger Street in Montreal's Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie borough.
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Daphne Bramham: This is no movie script, but the reality might work out OK for Vancouver Aquarium
Opinion: The bottom line is that the non-profit that ran the aquarium was getting to the point that there wasn’t enough money to feed the animals. Ocean Wise Conservation Society’s last hope was a for-profit corporate buyer
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B.C. Ferries cancels some Bowen Island sailings Saturday due to vessel repairs
A water taxi has been set up to ferry foot passengers between Bowen Island and West Vancouver.
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B.C. premier encouraging people to get COVID-19 vaccine after receiving AstraZeneca shot
The B.C. premier received an AstraZeneca shot at a pharmacy in Victoria on Friday, saying 27 per cent of British Columbians have been vaccinated so far.
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Quebec businesses struggle to hire employees due to labour shortage
150,000 job vacancies currently exist in Quebec while the unemployment rate is the lowest in Canada. Many businesses in the province say more needs to be done to hire workers.
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Doug Ford orders random police checks for motorists, closes golf courses and playgrounds in latest COVID-19 restrictions
Premier Doug Ford has ordered random police checks for motorists, closed playgrounds and golf courses, and put checkpoints at the Quebec and Manitoba borders under Ontario’s latest COVID-19 restrictions.
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Daphne Bramham: This is no movie script, but the reality might work out okay
The bottom line is that the non-profit that ran the aquarium was getting to the point that there wasn’t enough money to feed the animals. Ocean Wise Conservation Society’s last hope was a for-profit corporate buyer.
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Police ask for public's help in identifying Old Montreal rioters
The police force has posted videos on YouTube of rioters smashing shop windows during Sunday's anti-curfew protests.
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Ontario has announced further COVID-19 restrictions. Here’s what that means for Toronto
Premier Doug Ford has announced additional restrictions in the face of unprecedented COVID-19 infections.
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B.C. reports 1,005 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalization records toppled again
In a written statement, health officials said there were 425 people in hospital, 127 of them in critical or intensive care.
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Province accused of violating Charter with inequitable vaccine rollout
Citing the disparity in vaccination rates between Toronto’s rich and poor neighbourhoods, lawyer David Baker said the province “knew what had to be done in order to prevent identifiable communities from becoming COVID death and hospitalization hot spots. Had those issues been addressed before vaccines were even available many lives could have been saved.”
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COVID-19 ICU rates, hospitalizations continue to rise in Alberta
There were 423 Albertans in hospital with COVID-19, including 93 who were being treated in ICU.
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London, Ont., police looking for suspect in convenience store robbery
London police allege the suspect took out a knife and demanded cash from the employee. The woman then left the store with some cash from the register.
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Here’s what colour to paint your nails this spring
Manicure inspiration from the spring 2021 runways
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Rotational worker family shares challenges balancing isolation and education
The family of a rotational worker, who has yet to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, says online learning should be available for elementary school students also.
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City of Kelowna announces new outdoor homeless sheltering site
The City of Kelowna said it will provide portable washrooms, waste receptacles and sharps containers at the new site, which will replace the current setup on Baillie Avenue.
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Liveblog: No Caufield (yet), but Chiarot back for Habs vs. Flames
Jake Allen will start in goal for the Canadiens against Jacob Markstrom for the Flames.
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Montreal Gazette's Aaron Derfel receives two more nominations for Herron reporting
The Gazette's health reporter is up for the CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism and a Judith-Jasmin award in the Investigations category.
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Watch: Dr. Strang and Nova Scotia’s top doc horsin’ around on a Friday
'Everybody having a bit of a laugh helps us all,' said Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang as he rode a horse that shares his name.
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Couple pulled from vehicle, assaulted, robbed in Swan River: RCMP
The victims were treated in hospital and later released.
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Patrick Marleau: from Saskatchewan farm boy to making history in the NHL
From a small village in rural Saskatchewan to a San Jose Sharks legend, Patrick Marleau continues to make history in the NHL.
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Calgary police looking for missing man with dementia
Calgary police said Joseph Salisbury went missing early Thursday morning. He suffers from dementia and police are concerned for his well-being.
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Budget 2021, competition, and single-event sports betting
All eyes will be on Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s footwear on Monday when she presents the Liberal government’s Budget 2021.
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Confusion exists over COVID-19 vaccine priority in Quebec and people with disabilities
Confusion exists in Quebec over who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Gay Liberal MP calls on O’Toole to disavow Tory MP’s remark suggesting he’s ‘unclean’
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Niagara to ‘discuss’ concerns over West Lincoln mayor’s ties to St. Catharines anti-lockdown rally
Niagara Regional Police say a weekend demonstration on Lake Street in St. Catharines drew large crowds.
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Hamilton reports record daily high of COVID-19 cases, expert says ‘blunt’ lockdown measures needed
On Friday, Ontario set another single-day record of COVID-19 cases, 4,812, surpassing the previous record of 4,736 which was set on Thursday.
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North Shore Rescue warn about danger to crews after slackline strung across two peaks
'If we came in contact with that slackline it would have been catastrophic -- that's five people that would have been killed,' NSR search manager Mike Danks said Friday.
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New Brunswick First Nations under no obligations to remit provincial taxes: expert
With the cancellation of tax sharing agreements with First Nations, the province expects First Nations businesses to start remitting provincial sale taxes in full.
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Most Quebec school boards have no mask recycling plan in place, instead they are thrown in the trash
It's estimated that Quebec students will use over 318 million surgical masks by the end of the school year, most of which will end up in landfills.
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