Jan Hajek, Alissa Wright and Srinivas Murthy: Where you live should not determine whether you live

Opinion: Global solidarity is central to pandemic response. There needs to be needs to be reciprocity in vaccine distribution to save lives and prevent variants from occurring.
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New geothermal heating and cooling system to be built at Forks
A new environmentally friendly heating and cooling system is being introduced at a new development at The Forks, thanks to support from all three levels of government.
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About half of the seafood you buy is probably mislabelled, new findings suggest
Approximately half of the seafood found in retailers and restaurants in major Canadian cities is mislabelled, according to a new small-sample study, which found snapper mislabelled as tilapia and some tuna actually being escolar.
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Carleton University mandates COVID-19 vaccines for students in residence, playing sports
Carleton University will require those living in residence, playing sports and participating in music programs on campus to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in the fall.
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N.S. election: Iain Rankin talks Robyn Ingraham controversy, fixed election dates in 1-on-1 interview
Global News’ Sarah Ritchie sat down with Rankin ahead of the 41st provincial election to talk about the Robyn Ingraham controversy, his DUI conviction and fixed election dates.
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Wildfires grow in B.C. prompting more evacuations as crews hope for rain
In the Cariboo, crews continue to battle the North East 100 Mile Complex consisting of 17 wildfires, including the Canim Lake wildfire and the Flat Lake wildfire.
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Masai Ujiri signs new deal with Raptors: report
Masai Ujiri has reportedly signed a deal to become the vice-chairman and president of the Toronto Raptors.
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Do Canadians need booster vaccines? Experts echo WHO’s call for pause
The first country to administer vaccine top ups is Israel, which is boosting fully vaccinated people over the age of 60 with Pfizer-BioNTech.
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Informant says Scoppa brothers wanted to eliminate Sicilians in Montreal Mafia
The informant said Andrea and Salvatore Scoppa had plans to kill essentially anyone tied to the Sicilian clan in the Montreal Mafia.
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Construction manager selected for new Saskatoon Remand Centre
When built, the new remand centre will add space for approximately 400 remanded inmates at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre.
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Pure joy from loved ones as London, Ont.’s Damian Warner captures Olympic gold
Damian Warner gave Canada its first-ever gold medal in decathlon on Thursday with an Olympic record-setting final score of 9,018 points.
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Canada, U.S. businesses seek clarity from Congress on land border reopening
The group, led by the North American Strategy for Competitiveness, wants senior congressional leaders to demand a detailed strategy from the Department of Homeland Security.
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Popular outdoor concerts outside Wainwright café in Mile End should be up and running again soon
The City of Montreal says popular concerts held outside Martha Wainwright's café should be allowed to continue soon.
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‘We’re gonna get you home’: Michael Kovrig’s former bandmates strike a chord for his freedom
Detained Canadian Michael Kovrig’s former bandmates have started a musical campaign calling for his release from a Chinese prison.
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Okanagan weather: Mid-20 temperatures, first since mid-June, ahead in forecast
After an entire month of temperatures in the 30s or high 20s, the first mid-20 degree heat since mid-June finally arrives in the Okanagan weather forecast.
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Canadian swimmers Kayla Sanchez, Taylor Ruck on their Tokyo Olympics experience
On Tokyo Daily, host Brendan Dunlop talks with Olympic medal-winning swimmers Kayla Sanchez and Taylor Ruck, after the Canadians returned home from Tokyo with silver and bronze relay medals.
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Federal election in Peterborough–Kawartha riding features 4 women candidates
Michelle Ferreri was elected the Conservatives candidate and Chante White was acclaimed as the Green Party rep during candidate meetings in Peterborough on Wednesday evening.
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The pandemic of the (still) unvaccinated
This week New York City became the first city in the U.S. to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for indoor spaces and activities.
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Masai Ujiri will remain with Toronto Raptors after agreeing to new deal, title
“I’m here to stay,” Masai Ujiri said in a video put out by the Raptors on Thursday announcing his new role as vice-chairman and president.
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Waterloo police investigate after bullet hole found in garage in Cambridge
Police say officers were called to the area of Mercer Road and Thunderbird Drive in Cambridge after residents reported hearing gunfire or fireworks Sunday night at around 10 p.m.
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Waterloo man killed in single-vehicle rollover in Wellesley Township
Waterloo Regional Police say they are continuing to investigate a fatal collision that occurred in Wellesley Township on Wednesday night.
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Okanagan wildfires: Evacuation order rescinded for Brenda Creek blaze
On Thursday morning, the RDOS rescinded an evacuation order for Electoral Area H. The order had been affecting 41 properties.
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Watch: Canadian swimmers Kayla Sanchez, Taylor Ruck on their Tokyo Olympics experience
On Tokyo Daily, host Brendan Dunlop talks with Olympic medal-winning swimmers Kayla Sanchez and Taylor Ruck, after the Canadians returned home from Tokyo with silver and bronze relay medals.
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Argument led to Winnipeg’s 26th homicide of 2021, police say
Two of the residents, police said, became involved in an argument which escalated to a physical fight.
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Ottawa fire crews snuff garbage bin blaze in ByWard Market alley
A fire in a ByWard Market alleyway was quickly contained to a garbage bin on Thursday afternoon, according to Ottawa fire crews responding to the blaze.
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All Manitoba students to head back to classrooms in September
All Manitoba students will return to school in September, but there's no word on if masks willbe required.
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Opinion: Let's make the Logan Mailloux saga a teachable moment
As a teacher and a parent of two teenage kids, I am all for second chances. That said, there must be some accountability for our actions.
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Summer of love: Pandemic prompts more 'intentional' dating, experts say
These days, daters know exactly what they want.
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Alberta service dog agency ramps up training to catch up with COVID-19 backlog
After a year and a half of pandemic challenges, the Pacific Assistance Dogs Society says it's looking to ramp up its training program in Alberta.
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One More Saturday Night captures the pride, joy and love of the Halluci Nation
Retiring the name A Tribe Called Red for now, Halluci Nation moves into the future with new release.
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Familiar faces make for creative shorthand in movie making
Vancouver director/writer Laura Adkin films first feature on Bowen Island
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B.C. SPCA warns of unusual outbreak of kennel cough among dogs
The BC SPCA said no dogs have become seriously ill and all are recovering, however they are concerned about how aggressive the disease spreads.
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Drinking water advisory lifted for Lynden residents
The issuing of the precautionary advisory in 2011 followed a lab test result that indicated higher than allowable lead concentrations in the Hamilton neighbourhood's water.
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