Restaurants still struggling as unemployment nears pre-COVID-19 levels: industry body
Although Statistics Canada says unemployment, in general, has returned to pre-pandemic levels, difficulties continue for the food service industry.
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North Shore leaders call for major transportation infrastructure improvements amid traffic woes
The group is meeting with the Mayors' Council and TransLink next Monday.
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These countries are vaccinating children against COVID-19
Here is a list of some countries that have approved or are considering vaccinating children against COVID-19.
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Ralliement pour Montréal Leader Desjardins drops out of Outremont mayoral race
Neither Marc-Antoine Desjardins nor his party has announced why he is dropping out.
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COVID-19: Restrictions lifted in B.C. allowing full capacity for concerts, sports events, weddings and parties
This means the Canucks Oct. 26 home opener will be at full capacity.  
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Majority of Canadian students have witnessed racial bullying: Survey
Visible minorities are three times as likely to say they’ve experienced racial bullying, while Indigenous youth are twice as likely to have the same experience.
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Quebec Liberals support Canadiens' land acknowledgment; PQ opposed
Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade says it's the message that counts, even if there may be "facts to verify."
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Saskatchewan expands eligibility for COVID-19 booster dose
More Saskatchewan residents will be eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine booster shot starting this coming Monday.
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B.C. making flu shots free due to ‘unique circumstances’ of COVID-19
The public is asked to check their health authority's website or call their health-care provider or pharmacist to check for influenza vaccine availability and make an appointment.
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Mayor-elect Amarjeet Sohi welcomed back to Edmonton City Hall: ‘I’m absolutely excited’
After a six-year absence, Amarjeet Sohi was officially welcomed back to Edmonton City Hall on Tuesday afternoon, after being elected the city's next mayor on Monday night.
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Halifax council meets in-person for first time since March 2020
After months of virtual council meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Halifax councillors met face-to-face for the first time in chambers on Tuesday. 
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B.C. to end capacity limits for indoor events in most regions
Capacity limits of 50 per cent will remain in place in the Eastern Fraser Health and Northern Health regions.
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Tom Mulcair: Legault's big speech clashes with reality
On issues like minority rights, education and the pandemic, the CAQ government's record is troubling.
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B.C. government under pressure over proposal to charge for freedom of information requests
Citizens' Services minister Lisa Beare suggested on Monday the fee would be $25 per non-personal request.
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Docuseries ‘Darkness in Daylight’ to explore Christine Jessop murder case
The creator of an upcoming docuseries on the 1984 murder of an Ontario girl says the project will allow her family to finally tell their whole truth.
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Alberta’s equalization vote won’t force changes. Here’s what you need to know
Alberta's referendum on whether to scrap equalization from the Constitution has virtually no chance of doing what it proposes, say experts.
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Fraser Health seeks court order to close Hope, B.C. restaurant defying COVID health orders
Rolly’s Restaurant has already had its business and liquor licences suspended for refusing to check diners’ immunization status, as required under the BC Vaccine Card program.
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Police called after shots fired at home in New Westminster
Shots were fired around 11:45 p.m. at a home on Hendry Place while the occupants were sleeping
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Why tensions are escalating on Wet’suwet’en territory over the Coastal GasLink pipeline
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2 new COVID-19 victims reported in Waterloo Region as death toll climbs to 302
Waterloo Public Health reported two new COVID-19-related deaths and another eight positive tests for the coronavirus in the area on Tuesday.
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Prince Edward Island delays moving to last stage of COVID-19 recovery plan
Prince Edward Island is once again holding off on moving into the last stage of its COVID-19 recovery plan based on the epidemiology of the pandemic.
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Winnipeg police say 92% of workforce fully vaccinated less than a month ahead of mandate
Front-line city employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 15.
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Oliver non-profit preparing 7.5 million servings of soup to tackle world hunger
Okanagan Gleaners, founded in 1994, turns blemished fruits and vegetables, donated by local farmers, into a delicious dehydrated soup, to spare produce from the landfill.
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Saskatchewan’s top doctor named in alleged email threat
Saqib Shahab confirmed he is one of the officials identified in an emailed threat reported to the Regina police.
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Can you get fired for refusing to get vaccinated?
In Canada, the question is, can people be fired with cause? Do accommodations need to made? Is the employee eligible for Employment Insurance? These are all questions that need to be worked through and dealt with by all kinds of organizations and their personnel.
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Two units of Moncton hospital basically under lockdown from COVID-19 outbreak
An outbreak of COVID-19 in the cancer and general surgery units of The Moncton Hospital has now infected 14 patients and 11 staff members, and is delaying treatment for some patients. The executive director of the hospital, Christa Wheeler-Thorne, told reporters on Tuesday that further spread has been mitigated, but the two units are essentially...
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Abandoned kittens rescued from dumpster in Haldimand County: OPP
Police say a passerby made the discovery near a metal scrap bin in Hagersville.
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Over $22 million in illegal cannabis seized during Niagara Region operation
OPP says six people from Ontario are each facing a pair of charges.
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‘People like me should have died’: Survey outlines pandemic’s impact on heart disease, stroke
A new survey is shining a light on the dire impact the pandemic has had for those living with heart disease or stroke.
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Shores of Manitoba lakes could be walloped by high winds, forecast says
High winds are blasting parts of Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipeg, according to Manitoba Infrastructure's Hydrologic Forecast Centre.
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St. Norbert woman arrested in connection with Pembina Highway bank robbery
The suspect, 49, was arrested shortly after a teller at the financial institution was ordered to hand over an undisclosed amount of cash.
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