‘Minari’ movie review: Korean ‘coming to America’ tale full of heart

Starring Steven Yeun, 'Minari' is a sweeping emotional tale that tells the story of a Korean family trying to make a fresh start in the United States.
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Quebec nurse admits prejudice among staff about Indigenous patients at Echaquan inquiry
Four nurses and an orderly are to testify Tuesday at the public hearings.
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COVID-19: Peterborough vaccination clinic capacity to expand at Evinrude Centre; resumes 7 days
According to Dr. Rosana Salvaterra, Peterborough medical officer of health, the local COVID-19 vaccine clinic will shift to the ice pad during the first week of June.
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Film producer Avi Lewis seeks federal NDP nomination in British Columbia
Lewis, who lives on the Sunshine Coast, confirms in a social media post that he is pursuing the party’s nomination in West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country.
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Trudeau says Fortin military probe must be ‘rigorous,’ ‘fair’ amid questions
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin's lawyer says his client 'vigorously' denies the allegation that led to Fortin stepping aside as head of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
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Vancouver police hope DNA can solve notorious Babes in the Woods murder
The hatchet murder of two young boys has baffled VPD investigators for nearly 70 years
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True North itching to put on arena concerts again, says VP
Winnipeggers could soon be seeing big concert tours coming back to local venues like Bell MTS Place — as long as things progress on the vaccine front and the fight against COVID.
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Life delayed: Why 'languishing' is a pandemic thing, and what you can do to get out of that rut
While many are grieving or experiencing depression due to the pandemic, some are using the term 'languishing' to explain the stagnant feeling that has taken hold of many peoples' lives.
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Canada calls for ceasefire in Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is calling for a ceasefire in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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This cider house north of Montreal is hosting BBQs in its flowering orchards
Take a bubbly road trip north of Montreal to Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, where Cidrerie Lacroix opened its orchard for picnics that go for $25.
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International Energy Agency report states fossil fuel investment must end to reach climate goals
The report, released Tuesday morning, says there is a narrow but viable pathway to build a global energy sector with net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
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Canada calling for ceasefire as Israel-Palestine fighting escalates
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will work with the international community to de-escalate the situation so there is no more loss of civilian life.
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Police investigate homicide of 22-year-old man in Owen Sound, Ont.
Shortly after 9:30 p.m., the Owen Sound Police Service responded to a report of an altercation in the 900 block of 6th Street East.
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REAL SCOOP: VPD warns the public to steer clear of six gangsters
We have seen police use this tactic before – in Surrey in 2015 and 2017, and back in 2008 and 2009 – at the height of the conflict between the UN and the Red Scorpions. On Monday, Vancouver Police released a poster featuring six men it says could be targeted in the gang conflict. Here’s […]
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Early survey results show big concerns in Alberta over Rocky Mountain coal mining
Ninety per cent of the respondents say there are some areas of the province where surface coal mining should be off-limits.
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Saskatchewan reminds people to avoid caring for young injured, orphaned wildlife
The Saskatchewan government is telling people in the province to leave young injured or orphaned wildlife alone.
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Canadians can drive to U.S. for COVID-19 vax and avoid quarantine, Ottawa confirms
Canadian residents are allowed to head to the United States for a COVID-19 vaccine and avoid quarantine on return if they meet some straightforward conditions, the Public Health Agency of Canada confirms.
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Trudeau says he learned of unspecified allegation against Fortin 'weeks ago'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he was informed 'a number of weeks ago' that an allegation had been made against Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, but he did not receive details about what was alleged.
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Wealthy B.C. couple accused of jumping vaccine queue in Yukon to be sentenced Tuesday
In January, Rod and Ekaterina Baker allegedly travelled to the remote community of Beaver Creek in a private plane and misrepresented themselves to get their first doses.
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Almost 2,500 new COVID-19 vaccines in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph
Public health is reporting 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Guelph on Tuesday, raising the city’s total case count to 4,252.
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Bristol Myers buys rights to new sort of experimental cancer drug
Treatment might complement company’s current tumour treatment Opdivo.
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Ontarians reporting site crashes, no timeslots, and having to book locations far from home after province expands vaccine bookings for all adults
The province announced the expanded eligibility on Monday with 2.2 million doses expected to arrive a week earlier than expected.
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Global BC reporter Janet Brown receives lifetime achievement award in radio
After graduating from BCIT’s broadcast journalism program in 1985, Janet worked all over the province, eventually ending up at 980 CKNW in 1989.
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Kitchener councillor calls those awaiting 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine ‘Canadian guinea pigs’
A Kitchener city councillor faced immediate blowback from fellow council members after referring to those awaiting a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as 'Canadian guinea pigs.'
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COVID-19: Outbreak declared at Central East Correctional Centre; HKPR active cases at 77
Along with a new jail-related COVID-19 outbreak, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District health unit also reported 10 new cases on Tuesday.
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Apple stores Chinese data in state servers, New York Times reports
Company’s commitment to privacy ‘was an illusion,’ says one critic.
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Interactive map breaks down COVID-19 vaccination rate by Alberta community
The Alberta government has launched an interactive online map that showcases COVID-19 vaccination rates by neighbourhood and age group.
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Scrutiny increases of Gates after Microsoft affair surfaces, reports of Epstein meetings
Bill Gates's tenure at Microsoft has come under fresh scrutiny amid revelations that the tech giant probed the billionaire founder's intimate relationship with a staffer before he left the board of directors and reports he met with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
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Police investigate theft of recreational travel trailer from business in Peterborough
A 40-foot 2021 Keystone Residence trailer was reported stolen from Del Mastro RV on May 12.
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Imagine a Conservative party led by Rona Ambrose. Where would it be now?
Contemplating the much-admired, experienced politician as the leader of the CPC is speculative political fiction, but it offers some useful insights into the problems currently dogging the party The post Imagine a Conservative party led by Rona Ambrose. Where would it be now? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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G20 leaders snub COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver, watering down WHO funding commitments
The Biden administration earlier in May joined India, South Africa and many other developing countries in calling for a temporary waiver of patents for COVID-19 vaccines.
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Kelowna RCMP warns public about ‘imitation guns’
The warning stems from an incident on Saturday morning, May 15, after officers came across a man in possession of an ‘imitation rifle’ on a routine foot patrol.
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PM says new vaccine rollout lead Brodie 'ready and able' as Pfizer confirms 9M doses in July
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that Brig.-Gen. Krista Brodie is “ready and able” to take the lead on the logistics of distributing across Canada the millions of doses arriving each week, as the pace of COVID-19 vaccine deliveries is set to keep up through July.
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Feds investing nearly $200M in Mississauga, Ont. plant to mass produce vaccines
The federal government will invest almost $200 million in Mississauga, Ont.-based Resilience Biotechnologies to eventually be able to mass produce vaccines domestically.
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Feds vowing to spend nearly $200M on Mississauga, Ont. plant to mass produce vaccines
The federal government is committing almost $200 million to Mississauga, Ont.-based Resilience Biotechnologies to eventually be able to mass produce vaccines domestically.
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