Western U launches survey, faculty union wants COVID-19 vaccine mandate
'This is just one piece of information that we're trying to collect to help guide us in all of the decisions we have to make,' said a university spokesperson.
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Scarborough neighbourhood where two young girls were shot needs more than playground ‘refresh,’ advocate says
Founder of Zero Gun Violence Movement, Louis March, says much more is needed than “repainting or renovating a playground,” — things like “social, economic and human investment in the neighbourhood.”
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Police seek public's help in finding missing woman
Geneviève Viau, 26, was last seen early Thursday morning.
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Edmonton Elks do some scrambling to prepare for the Redblacks on Saturday
The first football game for the Edmonton Elks in two seasons will provide some challenges in preparations for the Ottawa Redblacks on Saturday.
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N.B. medical society backs mandatory vaccines for health workers
The New Brunswick Medical Society supports a call from the Canadian Medical Association and Canadian Nurses Association for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for health workers.
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What you need to know about Saskatchewan Roughriders game day transportation
Fans are encouraged to use Rider Transit -- a free service that starts two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff, with the last bus taking fans 30 minutes before game time.
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Rick Salutin: What happens when democracy dies? Tunisia may be a test run
Ten years after the Arab Spring, only Tunisia remains democratic, and now it’s teetering. With forms of Trumpism menacing the survival of electoral democracy itself, the Tunisian exception is now scarily pertinent.
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Suspect charged in connection with Mississauga sexual assaults
Police say the incident happened in June at Port Credit Harbour.
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‘Toughest Olympic event’: What it took Canada’s Damian Warner to win the decathlon
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Families, advocates question transparency of investigation into N.B. neurological syndrome
A man whose father is suffering from the neurological syndrome under investigation says he’s frustrated with a lack of transparency.
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A top U.S. official was moved by reports about Canada’s residential schools. She’s taking action at home
With a nod to Canada, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland is moving to help her nation address its own treatment of Indigenous peoples.
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Man charged after 2 victims sexually assaulted near Port Credit Harbour in Mississauga: police
Police said a 51-year-old man has been charged with two counts of sexual assault and two counts of forcible confinement.
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Majority of Canadians support mandatory vaccinations: Nanos survey
More than half of Canadians agree with mandatory vaccinations for people who can be vaccinated to stop the spread of COVID-19 variants, according to a new poll from Nanos Research.
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‘looking at all options’: B.C. not ruling out vaccine passports
Asked about the concept after an announcement from Quebec earlier in the day, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the province was "looking at all options."
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‘My hard work paid off’: Whitby Olympian returns home after capturing bronze
Canada's female athletes have had a strong showing in Tokyo and Whitby's Jessica Klimkait is among them.
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Western researcher finds bias toward being in a relationship vs. being single
The study shows that when it comes to deciding whether to stay in a relationship people are more inclined to stay and move forward with it rather than leave.
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Drugs, weapons, cash seized by B.C.’s anti-gang task force in Kelowna arrest
The task force says officers conducted a vehicle stop after seeing several driving infractions by the lone male occupant.
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Indigenous lobster fishing boats cut loose from wharf in Nova Scotia: First Nation
The band attracted national attention last fall when it started a separate, self-regulated commercial lobster fishery on St. Marys Bay.
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‘Bring the change’: Local activist calls for Whitby to rename Dundas Street
Following Toronto's decision to rename one of its major streets, there are calls to do the same in Whitby.
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Manitoba reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths
Health officials are reporting two new deaths in connection to the COVID-19 virus Thursday.
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Feds create new regional development agency for Prairie businesses
With offices in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Ottawa, Calgary, and a current headquarters in Edmonton, PrairieCan is also establishing new locations in Brandon and Thompson, Man.
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The Toronto ‘condo comeback’ is here to stay, real estate analysts say
Analysts say new entrants into the housing market are just the first leg of the condo comeback story.
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U.S. has ‘very high’ standard for extradition evidence, Canada’s attorney general says
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's lawyers said the United States mischaracterized and omitted evidence to establish a case of fraud.
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Saskatchewan reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths; active cases over 500
Saskatchewan has reported two new deaths among residents who tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. The total death count is up to 581.
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BC SPCA warning about unusual strain of kennel cough showing up in dogs
The BC SPCA said they first started seeing cases in July and despite immediately testing the dogs who were showing symptoms, the tests kept coming back negative.
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Ottawa adds 11 new COVID-19 cases, 2 people in hospital
A new COVID-19 outbreak and two hospitalizations related to the virus are included in Ottawa Public Health's latest report on the status of the pandemic.
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33K COVID-19 vaccine doses given on ‘Walk-in Wednesday’ as B.C. aims to boost immunizations
Health Minister Adrian Dix said 37.6 per cent of the drop-in appointments were first doses, making Wednesday one of the busiest days for COVID-19 first doses since June.
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Vancouver police identify man shot to death inside London Hotel
Michael Bailey, 40, became Vancouver’s 11th homicide victim of the year on July 20
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