Majority of Quebecers think Legault is doing ‘poor job’ on health care, poll suggests

The share of Quebecers who approve of the CAQ government's handling of the crucial portfolio has been declining since 2019.
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Canada’s crop production plummeted in 2021, says StatCan
According to Statistics Canada, wheat and canola production fell by more than 35 per cent compared to 2020. Corn was the only grain to see an increase in production this year.
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Martin Regg Cohn: ‘As a First Nations person, humour is part of who I am’
Beyond Queen’s Park, NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa changes his tune but not his message, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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Donations pile in for London, Ont.’s Lights and Sirens Toy Drive Saturday
The annual Lights and Sirens Toy Drive returned on Saturday. The donations will be delivered to Life*Spin and will go to support children, adults and seniors living in poverty.
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Non-emergency cardiac surgeries cancelled in Manitoba due to staffing challenges: Shared Health
A spokesperson for Shared Health said the move was made to ensure there were enough employees to cover intensive care beds over the weekend.
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Junior hockey: Vees blast Bucks, Silverbacks roast Warriors
The Kelowna Rockets had a rare Friday night off, but they’re back in action on Saturday as they visit Kamloops.
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'I'm looking at summer 2022:' Experts divided on travel as Omicron spreads, restrictions grow
Experts are divided on whether travel is advisable in light of the Omicron variant spurring restrictions at the border and new travel bans leading into the holiday season.
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Michigan shooter’s parents held on $1M bond, enter not guilty pleas
James and Jennifer Crumbley entered not guilty pleas to each of the four involuntary manslaughter counts against them during a hearing held on Zoom.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 77 new cases as province prepares for winter action plan Level 1
In a release, the province said New Brunswick will enter Level 1 of the COVID-19 alert system – the least restrictive of the three tiers – on Saturday night at 11:59 p.m. 
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Makeover: New home, new year, new look
Nadia Albano gives 30-year-old Tara Locke a new look for the holidays
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The shooter 'methodically and deliberately' fired at students. A timeline of a school shooting tragedy
Authorities say at least 30 shots were fired, killing four students and wounding six other teenagers along with one teacher before the alleged shooter -- a student at Oxford High school -- was detained by police with rounds still in his handgun.
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B.C. Climate News Nov. 29-Dec.5: Indigenous leaders worried about old-growth logging | Could be weeks before flood waters fully recede from Sumas Prairie | A few idealistic Canadians are trying to replant the world's forests with flying machines
Here’s your weekly update with everything you need to know about climate change and what B.C. is doing to address the climate and ecological crises for the week of Nov. 29 to Dec.5, 2021. This week the dominant climate news continued to be the fallout from several rainstorms that hit southern B.C. causing catastrophic flooding […]
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Woodstock, Ont. man charged after vehicle crashes into police cruiser
Woodstock police say a 30-year-old Woodstock man was arrested after crashing into a cruiser and faces several charges including assaulting a peace officer with a weapon.
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Road builders ready as B.C. seeks bids to repair flooded highways
The BC Highway Reinstatement Program will cover work on Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon, the Coquihalla from Hope to Merritt, and Highway 8 from Spences Bridge to Merritt.
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COVID-19: Quebec reports 1,512 new cases, one death as hospitalizations drop
The health department says 225 people are hospitalized, a drop of five, including 60 people listed in intensive care, an increase of three patients.
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Investors join employees pushing for meaningful progress in diversity, climate change and other social issues
Investors are pushing companies to strike the right balance between the need to create value and the need to contribute to society’s greater good, David Ryan writes
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Despite recent slips, Parti Québécois members say party is alive and kicking
The Parti Québécois is the last of Quebec's big political parties to meet to plan policy for the next general election in 2022. Party leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon says despite recent slips, the PQ is full of energy.
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Biden, Putin to speak on Tuesday amid escalating Ukraine tensions
The leaders have not spoken since July, when Biden demanded that Putin rein in Russia-based criminal hacking gangs launching ransomware attacks against the United States.
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COVID-19 update for Dec. 4-5: Canada reports 15 cases of Omicron variant | 405 new cases, six deaths | B.C. ahead of curve on booster shots, says Dix
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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First case of new Omicron COVID-19 variant confirmed in Hamilton
Health officials say the confirmed Omicron COVID-19 variant case is linked to two Hamilton residents who travelled to South Africa.
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