Make-a-Wish calendar in Saskatoon celebrates 24 granted wishes in 2021

Each weekday at noon until Dec. 24, Make-A-Wish Saskatchewan will open one door to reveal a granted wish.
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Rapid test or medical note OK for COVID workplace claims in Ontario during Omicron: WSIB
Ontarians who suspect they caught COVID-19 at work can make claims with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board even without a positive result from a PCR test.
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Today’s coronavirus news: WSIB says rapid tests, medical notes allowed for workplace claims; Thailand adopts guidelines for declaring COVID-19 endemic
Meanwhile, Hong Kong is cutting the length of mandatory quarantine for people arriving from overseas from 21 to 14 days.
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How one Winnipeg school is tackling student mental health amid the pandemic
A student services teacher says although there is still some stigma around mental health, it's much more openly discussed now.
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Travel news: A luxury train deal, France’s latest foodie destination, and a walking route from London to the sea
Rocky Mountaineer’s current promo ends soon. Plus, add Dijon to your culinary travel plans, and wander England in a different way.
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My dad is infected with COVID and refuses to isolate. What can I do? Ask Ellie
Also, a reader wonders what a widow should know about her late husband’s teenage romance.
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Genocide deniers ask: Where are the bodies of the residential schoolchildren?
This call for the bodies of residential schoolchildren is nothing more than a racist rant bordering on genocide denial.
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Want laid-back luxury for your next family vacation? Add this new boutique resort in Koh Samui, Thailand, to your wish list
The new Kimpton Kitalay Samui offers all the beachy R&R you’d expect, plus a dedicated 5,382-square-foot kids’ club to entertain your little ones.
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Quirky landmarks, vintage fashion and Canada’s ‘sweetest bakery’: Find these gems in and around Hastings County, Ont.
East of Toronto, you’ll find Hastings County, home to farmland sprinkled with small towns and other attractions worth exploring.
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For my immigrant dad, skiing in harsh frostbite conditions is ‘The Real Canadian Experience’ — and I came to appreciate what it taught me, too
Growing up, writer Sinead Mulhern longed for beachy vacations while her dad was hell-bent on a quintessentially Canadian pastime: skiing.
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If truckers were women, no one would care. Just ask nurses
Don’t get me wrong, the support for truckers is lovely to see. But where is that support for nurses, exhausted from their fight against COVID?
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New prototype designs unveiled for Project Arrow — the first all-Canadian electric vehicle
The prototype will be unveiled to potential investors at auto shows around the world in 2023. But mass production faces many obstacles in an already crowded EV market.
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WSIB, Ford government pay $22.4 million to global consulting company Deloitte to run COVID-19 paid sick leave program
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board said it decided to use Deloitte because it didn’t have enough in-house staff to build the system in time.
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Winter riders brave the roads for a ‘cycling revolution’ in Toronto
From staying warm to facing snowed-in lanes, local cyclists shared their tips and woes of biking in the winter
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Star readers weigh in: Full results from the 2021 You Be the Editor survey
Results of our annual survey reveal close votes on an editorial cartoon about the AstraZeneca vaccine and a reference to “tribal politics.”
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Grocery stores and farmers’ markets promise bounty and beauty — and the escapism we all need
Writer Olivia Stren once travelled to (among other things) grocery shop; now, in pandemic times, grocery shopping is what passes for travel.
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Does money make us happy?
Money can make one question the difference they want to make in the world and how their money will get them there.
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This man took seven bullets in the Quebec City mosque slayings. He went back as soon as he could — and five years on, his faith remains
A victim has accepted his destiny, while the nation and its Muslim community ponder what lessons to take away.
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Spread hatred. Face courts. Repeat. Why Canada’s ‘weak’ laws are failing to address the rise of hate
As Canada’s hate problem reaches new heights, its justice system has failed to dissuade prolific hate spreaders who repeatedly target vulnerable groups.
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Sentencing submissions expected in case of Ont. teen who pleaded guilty to terror charges
Sentencing submissions are expected today in the case of a teenager who pleaded guilty to terrorism-related charges including possession of explosive material and counselling someone to detonate a bomb.
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Some provinces easing COVID-19 restrictions as hospitalizations stabilize
A number of provinces are tweaking their public health protocols to ease restrictions as COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to show signs of stabilizing.
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Long-term care still struggles with rampant COVID-19 cases as Omicron wave levels off
While vaccines have played a major role in protecting long-term care homes from the same deadly toll the first wave of COVID-19 took on residents, the impact has still been profound during the Omicron wave.
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