Opinion: Feeling stuck in lockdown? Time to dance

Dancing is a simple way to stay active, connected and creative in the midst of this pandemic.
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Montreal police seek public’s help after more than $1M in jewelry stolen from Outremont home
There could be a potential reward for information about the case, but police did not provide more details.
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‘It’s pretty obvious there is a tradeoff’: economists see Canada’s tighter COVID-19 rules holding back economic growth
Strong recovery — 4.7 per cent — is expected this year, but central bank’s anti-inflation stance is a cause for concern.
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Coronavirus: Ottawa adds 65 COVID-19 cases, passes 50K vaccine injections
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 65 new COVID-19 cases as the number of active cases in the city rises back above the 500 mark as of Monday.
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University of Regina announces new president, vice-chancellor
Jeff Keshen, who has held academic and administrative roles at post-secondary institutions across the country, becomes president of the University of Regina on July 1.
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Homicide Team called to Agassiz, B.C., after child in hospital not expected to survive
Agassiz RCMP officers confirmed in a release they were initially called to a home in Harrison Mills, west of Agassiz, by the BC Ambulance Service.
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Guelph reports 53 new COVID-19 cases from weekend, active cases up to 119
A deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the Village of Riverside Glen in Guelph has been declared over.
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I watched police surround my dark-skinned friends with guns. They saw me as ‘white-passing,’ so I was excluded, but remain a victim from the sidelines
Behind my COVID-19 mask, I was seen as a “white-passing” male by officers. My light-skinned complexion granted me special treatment that day. I watched as officers pointed guns at my dark-skinned friends, aggressively searching them, huddling them to the floor and handcuffing them, Key Shawn Bout writes.
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B.C. government set to outline Phase 2 roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine Monday
An announcement will be made at 10:30 a.m. from Premier John Horgan, Provincial Health office Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix.
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OPP warn of ’emergency’ scam demanding money to keep family member out of jail
Investigators say a grandparent from Nanticoke lost $3,000 paying for fake 'liability fees.'
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Ambani to partner Google, Facebook to seek licence to enter India’s digital payments business
Ambani’s venture, if granted a licence, will compete against the state-run National Payments Corp. of India. for a slice of the market, which was boosted amid the pandemic and lockdowns last year that forced people to stay at home.
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Man who died in train crash during driving test was likely distracted, TSB concludes
The driver, who was in his 70s, was taking test to determine if his impaired vision had further deteriorated.
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Global chip shortage affecting game console stock, auto manufacturing
As the pandemic rages on, more Canadians are looking to video games to pass their time indoors. But the global shortage in computer chips has made it difficult for buyers to get their hands on game consoles and PC graphics cards.
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Okanagan weather: mild start to March
Mild weather returns to the Okanagan weather forecast to start March with daytime highs and overnight lows staying well above average.
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Police seize more than $80K in illegal drugs during raid of home in Cambridge
Police say an investigation that began in January led them to the home on King Street East where they conducted the search on Friday evening.
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Manitoba opens state-of-the-art kidney unit at HSC
A new hemodialysis unit has opened at Health Sciences Centre to help Manitobans who need renal care. The unit will have 22 stations with capacity for up to 132 patients.
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U.K. to defy skeptics with strong recovery: Boris Johnson
U.K. government’s budget this week will spur a “jobs-led” revival, the Prime Minister said.
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Mild spring with some wintry blasts predicted for most of Canada: Weather Network
Canadians across the country can look forward to a mild spring peppered with the odd winter flashback throughout the first part of the season, according to predictions from one prominent national forecaster.
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Prince Edward OPP charge 55-year-old-man with flight from police during routine stop
The PEC detachment of the OPP has charged a man with flight from an officer during a stop on Saturday. They laid three other charges, including failure to comply with a demand.
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2 more Sudbury schools ordered to close amid COVID-19 outbreaks
Public Health Sudbury and Districts is advising all students, visitors and staff at Jean Hanson Public School and Algonquin Public School to self-isolate and immediately get tested
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Connections between youth engagement in cultural practices and eliminating gender-based violence
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Sentencing of music teacher convicted of sexually assaulting former students delayed due to COVID-19
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SGI targets distracted drivers: ‘keep your eyes on the road’
Distracted driving is the number one contributing factor in all collisions in Saskatchewan one of the top three factors in fatal collisions, according to SGI.
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Man charged in Toronto van attack to learn verdict on Wednesday, ruling will be streamed on YouTube
Alek Minassian's trial was conducted over Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Experts caution against ‘pick-and-choose’ attitude about vaccine options
Such hesitancy could pose public health challenges to Canada reaching the vaccination coverage needed to build protective immunity against COVID-19, one expert said.
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Suspect in attempted arson of Montreal synagogue found not criminally responsible
Adam Riga was arrested Jan. 13, shortly after spray-painted swastikas were found on the doors of Shaar Hashomayim temple in Montreal.
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Peterborough man charged with drug possession following domestic incident: police
Police responded to a domestic disturbance at a home in the area of Wolfe and Park streets.
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Canada Post suspends service to 2 more Toronto apartments after residents seen not wearing masks
A statement from Canada Post to Global News on Sunday said the reasoning is due to "safety concerns" and that service will resume "once it is safe to do so."
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