Alberta’s Ukrainian community stands in solidarity with Ukraine as tension with Russia escalates
As tensions continue to rise between Ukraine and Russia, fears of an invasion grow. People from Alberta's vast Ukrainian community are voicing their concerns.
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COVID-19: Bars and other B.C. businesses affected by closures to receive more help
Businesses ordered by the provincial health officer to remain closed until at least Feb. 16 are eligible for the larger amount, while those that have been allowed to reopen can claim up to $10,000.
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Tonga set to receive aid after volcanic eruption wreaks havoc
Aircraft carrying much-needed humanitarian supplies from Australia and New Zealand will arrive in tsunami-hit Tonga on Thursday.
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Feds announce $3M investment for Calgary’s Energy Transition Centre
The Energy Transition Centre is set to be a space to connect Canadian energy companies with clean energy start-ups, innovators and investors.
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B.C. First Nation raises concerns about scores of pig carcasses at compost facility
The pig carcasses are from the Sumas area in the Fraser Valley, where flooding late last year killed thousands of farm animals.
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Thousands of pigs that drowned on Fraser Valley farm no threat to environment, company says
The pigs were among approximately 600,000 animals that died on Sumas Prairie in late November
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B.C. First Nations make deal with Western Forest Products to defer old-growth logging
The deal between four First Nations and Western Forest Products Inc. will allow for a two-year deferral of logging for 25 square kilometres of rare and priority old-growth trees.
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Jerome Gessaroli: Vancouver needs a more sustainable property-tax policy
Opinion: Keep in mind that property taxes, like most goods and services, are paid for with dollars remaining after deducting income taxes
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Produce prices in B.C. expected to rise as vaccine mandate for truckers takes effect
Sending one truckload of fresh produce from California or Arizona to Canada is now $9,500, up from an average of $7,000, according to North American Produce Buyers. That works out to an additional cost of 12 Canadian cents per head of lettuce.
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City of Edmonton provides 1st interim report reviewing bus network redesign
The report on Edmonton transit said ridership peaked at 58 per cent of pre-pandemic levels but it's currently sitting a bit lower because of the fifth wave of COVID-19.
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Quebec calculates 1.28% basic rent increase for 2022
Housing groups say landlords are pushing abusive hikes, while landlords say the proposed increases aren't enough
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‘I elbowed him in the head’: B.C. dad seeks justice after man tries to take his baby
Dustin Lawton said he was walking with one-year-old Freya and her mom Amber in downtown New Westminster when a man 'fixed eyes' with them in the middle of the street.
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Experts weigh in on Canada’s inflation rate: ‘We do expect more increases’
Some of the biggest drivers of inflation in Canada, including gasoline and food prices, aren't expected to start coming down anytime soon, experts say.
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Canada Post employees may be sent home if they choose to wear an N95 mask
Canada Post workers risk being sent home from work if they wear masks other than ones issued by the corporation, even if their masks are an upgrade in safety.
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Beaconsfield, Que., beefing up lawsuit against Montreal Agglomeration Council
Beaconsfield is increasing the damages it is seeking because the Agglomeration Council continues to increase the bill it sends to Beaconsfield without improving public services.
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Yukon’s chief coroner cautions about ‘extremely high number of drug-related deaths’
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Adopt-A-School: For Surrey principal, school breakfast program is personal
Linda Chau, principal of Surrey’s Mary Jane Shannon Elementary, was two years old in 1980 when her family — boat people who had fled Vietnam — were admitted to Canada after spending 18 months as refugees in Hong Kong.
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11-year-old girl recovering after hit and run at notorious Calgary intersection
An 11-year-old girl is recovering after an apparent hit and run, the latest pedestrian hit at an intersection notorious for poor drivers.
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Toronto police seek assistance locating 2 missing teens
The teens were last seen at 11:45 a.m. in the Kennedy Road and Lawrence Avenue East area on Wednesday, police said.
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COVID-19: Alberta doctors call for more pandemic transparency
Those who have spent more than two years on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta say getting information from the province is harder than ever.
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Health-care cuts temporary but necessary: Interior Health Authority CEO
IHA has announced it's pausing all non-urgent surgeries across the health region for four weeks at 15 sites including at Kelowna General Hospital (KGH).
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Pandemic protesters target houses of Doug Ford and his ministers, raising police interest and neighbours’ ire
Pandemic protesters are targeting the homes of Premier Doug Ford and those of two key cabinet ministers.
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Vaccination may lower risk of ‘long COVID’ studies say — but experts aren’t so sure
There is some evidence to suggest COVID-19 vaccines can lower the risk of long-lasting symptoms among breakthrough cases, but the jury is still out, experts say. 
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Hanes: Quebec seniors' homes disaster was a collective failure foretold, report says
Ensuring the independence of the national director of public health was a key proposal made by Joanne Castonguay, Quebec's commissioner of health.
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Vaughn Palmer: Kevin Falcon the B.C. Liberal leader front-runner, but it's not in the bag
Opinion: He was branded the candidate of the “status quo” and the “old style of politics” during the final scheduled debate of the campaign.
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2 critically injured in Toronto house fire: Paramedics
In a tweet, Toronto police said officers received reports of a house fire in the Gladstone Avenue and Shanly Street area.
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‘We do fear an armed conflict in Ukraine,’ Justin Trudeau says
The Canadian government says it is ready with further diplomatic and economic sanctions on Russia and more support for Ukraine as part of an intensifying multilateral effort to deter any Russian incursion in that country.
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Martin Regg Cohn: For Ontario voters, the race for second place might be the most interesting
Can anyone defeat Doug Ford? In the 19 weeks leading up to the June 2 vote, you will read countless predictions and assumptions, because everyone has an opinion about the premier, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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‘A job not yet finished’ is the best Joe Biden can say about his first year as president
One year into his presidency, the timing for a major assessment of President Joe Biden’s leadership of the U.S. maybe isn’t what he’d choose, Edward Keenan writes.
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Susan Delacourt: Joe Biden promised to fix what Donald Trump had broken. That hasn’t been so easy
Joe Biden has spent much of the last year learning how much his country changed under Donald Trump, Susan Delacourt writes.
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COVID-19: Remdesivir drops need for ventilation by half, Canadian study says
The study, published Wednesday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, is billed as the largest single-country trial of remdesivir reported to date.
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Opposition warns Montreal is 'two snowstorms away from deficit'
The Plante administration says the budget respects Montrealers' ability to pay by limiting the average property tax increase to two per cent.
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Shared kitchen brings hope for food service industry during COVID-19 pandemic
A veteran Calgary chef is bringing new hope to people hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, offering a recipe for success in the food service industry's struggle for survival.
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Heather Scoffield: Justin Trudeau didn’t create Canada’s inflation problem — and there’s not much he can do about it
The challenge for the Liberal government is that there is no obvious solution, Heather Scoffield writes.
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Lethbridge insiders offer money-saving tips as grocery prices rise
Another way to save on your grocery bill could be to grow some of your own food.
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