‘I was shocked’: Vaccinated truck driver from Ontario forced to quarantine

Canadian border agents told Ontario truck driver Nawaz Khan that he had to quarantine for two weeks, despite being fully vaccinated, after a 45-minute trip to the U.S.
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Canada’s inflation rates continue to soar but Saskatchewan fares best in the country
Saskatchewan's year-over-year inflation rate for December was 3.5 per cent, the lowest among all Canadian provinces.
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CO2 data from schools should be made public, teachers union says
The FAE also wants N95 masks for teachers who request them and a contact tracing system for confirmed COVID cases.
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Snow squall warning issued for London and Middlesex County on Thursday
Environment Canada issued a snow squall warning for all of London and Middlesex County on Thursday morning. The squalls are expected to last throughout the day.
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Montreal weather: Boots, gloves, hat, oh and sunscreen
"Don't be fooled by your healthy, ruddy look when you come in from an afternoon in the sunshine."
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Amid push to tweak realities of the Stalinist era, University of Toronto historian works to document modern Russian history
Lynne Viola recently won the prestigious SSHRC Gold Medal for her groundbreaking work on Soviet history.
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Russia faces severe sanctions if it advances further into Ukraine: Joly
Russia has positioned about 100,000 troops across Ukraine's borders, stoking fears across Europe of an invasion, but Russia has denied it intends to do that.
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Promised N.B. mental health system improvements not coming fast enough
Edmunston resident Pauline Turgeon says the emergency room is her only option for immediate help for mental health issues since walk-in clinics have closed amid COVID-19 shutdowns.
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At least one shot fired at Town of Mount Royal commercial building
One of the building's windows had been hit, but there were people were injured.
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Gunfire in Ville Mont-Royal damages building early Thursday
A commercial building in Montreal's Ville Mont-Royal sector just west of the Décarie Expressway was targeted by gunfire early Thursday morning
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Canadian officials hopeful COVID-19 treatments will help ease strain on hospitals
A new study suggests the antiviral medication remdesivir could have a “modest but significant effect” on COVID-19 patient outcomes.
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford to announce easing of COVID-19 restrictions
Premier Doug Ford is set to announce Ontario’s plan to gradually lift COVID-19 restrictions put in place earlier this month.
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Fate of Pointe-Claire treehouse still hanging by a limb
Feel-good treehouse story struck a chord with residents dealing with the government-imposed confines of the pandemic.
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Russia accuses West of plotting 'provocations' in Ukraine
Russia accused the West on Thursday of plotting 'provocations' in Ukraine even as it blames Moscow of planning aggressive military action in the neighboring country.
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Pig kidneys transplanted into brain-dead human donor in new study
For the first time, scientists have successfully transplanted a genetically modified pig kidney into the body of a brain-dead human, an important step toward animal organs potentially becoming viable for transplants to save human lives in the future, something that could help address organ shortages worldwide.
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What happened to… Kony 2012, Part 2
Erica Vella finds out what happened to viral video Kony 2012 and speaks with the co-founder of Invisible Children, the man behind the video, Jason Russell.
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As unvaccinated workers sue for wrongful dismissal, Ottawa working on shielding employers
Lawsuits from fired unvaccinated workers are beginning to pile up, lawyers say, but Trudeau's promised protections for employers who mandate COVID vaccines are nowhere to be seen.
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Meet a new wave of Mexican restaurants
The evolution of Mexican cooking in the GTA continues as chefs dive deeper into regional cuisines.
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5 things to know for Thursday, January 20, 2022
Canada Post workers ordered to wear issued masks only, some wealthy Canadians want the rich to pay their fair share, and a Canadian space pioneer marks her groundbreaking journey. Here's what you need to know today.
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Kramberger: Hiring of Habs GM Kent Hughes feels like a West Island power-play
The Montreal Canadiens — mired in last place in the NHL season — just hired a Beaconsfield native who played hockey with the midget AAA Lions.
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Pointe-Claire homeowners to see 3.9 per cent average tax increase in 2022
Montreal agglomeration expenses now account for $75 million, or 53 per cent, of Pointe-Claire’s overall budget.
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Man and woman found dead inside vehicle in Brampton
Police were called to Red Castle Street and Kershaw Street in Brampton at around 2:12 a.m. Thursday.
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Canadiens at Vegas Golden Knights: Five things you should know
Look for Sam Montembeault to get the start in goal for the Canadiens after he excelled in the win over Dallas.
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Opinion: Custody of pets should figure in Quebec family law reform
In the event of separation or divorce, animals are considered moveable property, when instead, their interests should be taken into account.
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Winter be damned at a local chefs’ outdoor dining pop-up
“If we can’t do it inside, we’ll do it outside.”
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Omicron, inflation, housing: What’s going into the Bank of Canada’s interest rate call?
Odds are growing that the Bank of Canada will issue an interest rate hike earlier in the year than forecast as inflation soars to 30-year highs.
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NEO Performance Materials chief Constantine Karayannopoulos on the importance of those rare earth elements found at the bottom of the periodic table
The head of NEO Performance Materials speaks with Connexion host Howard Green.
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‘They’re going to hike really aggressively’: Experts predict major interest rate increases this year to tame soaring inflation
Bank of Canada will try to cool the real estate market which is a key driver of inflation.
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My ailing mother has lost her driver’s licence — and she blames me: Ask Ellie
Also, Ellie provides an example of readers’ smaller pandemic crises.
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This is the underrated kitchen gadget that will help make recipes goof-proof — and you can get one for $20
Kitchen scales are a must-have for food pros, but here’s why the recipe developer behind Seasons and Suppers says home cooks need one, too.
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How to mix better salad dressings, keep perishable fruits fresh and brown your foods faster? Take these tips from culinary scientists
Toronto-based molecular research scientist Anthony Morgan shares tips he learned while hosting the new CBC doc “Chef Secrets: The Science of Cooking.”
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