PQ suggests Legault government isn't co-operating with CHSLD inquiry

Paul St-Pierre Plamondon said the government is coming dangerously close to hindrance and obstruction.
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St. Joe’s Hamilton temporarily reduces hours at east end urgent care clinic due to COVID-19 surge
A St. Joe's exec says the measure is to help maintain essential and critical services amid the recent COVID surge tied to the Omicron variant.
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COVID-19: Two Saskatoon public schools moving to remote learning
Following reported COVID-19 positive cases, the Saskatoon Public Schools made the decision to move two of its schools to remote learning temporarily.
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Anti-vaccine actress Anne Casabonne to run for Conservative Party of Quebec
The actress complains the government is discriminating against unvaccinated people and wants to see the vaccine passport abolished.
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Moncton photographer says provincial small business grant too exclusive
In order to apply, businesses must have at least two full-time employees, which is a problem for self-employed entrepreneurs like Moncton photographer Molly Ilse.
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Quebec provides new incentives to attract more daycare workers
The government wants to hire 18,000 new daycare educators by 2026 and requalify 7,000 existing workers. The plan is budgeted at $300 Million.
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Facing staff shortages, Quebec asks public sector workers to help in health system
Quebec's government is looking for public sector workers to temporarily fill more than 2,000 health-care service aide positions, the Health Department said Monday.
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Airdrie man charged with 2nd-degree murder following suspicious death investigation
RCMP confirmed to Global News that Thorpe and Lowen knew each other.
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HPE Public Health confirms first case of Influenza A in the region
The Hastings Prince Edward health unit has confirmed its first case of Influenza A for the 2021-2022 flu season, and is recommending that all residents get vaccinated.
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Toronto police asked to transport patients to hospital if paramedics can’t respond
A police spokesperson told Global News that an internal memo was sent to uniformed personnel advising of the measure due to Monday's snowfall.
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Still no timetable for Carey Price's return to the Canadiens
Jake Allen has an MRI on his lower-body injury, while Brendan Gallagher is expected to miss another 1-2 weeks with lower-body injury.
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Winnipeg Jets get back into the swing of things with challenging road trip
After playing just four times since Christmas, the Jets will equal that total over the next six days — in some of the toughest arenas for visiting teams to win in this season.
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COVID-19 infections hit new peak in long-term care staff
Paul Calandra takes over as Ontario’s fourth long-term care minister in four years as the Omicron variant puts nursing homes under the spotlight again with just months until the June 2 provincial election.
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SHA announces leadership appointments; NDP criticize Wilson selection
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is being challenged by the Saskatchewan NDP for their appointment of "a long-time Saskatchewan Party operative" in a new SHA role.
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4th COVID-19 vaccine dose less effective against Omicron, Israel study shows
The preliminary results raised questions about Israel's decision to offer a second booster shot - and fourth overall - to its over-60 population.
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Psychologists offer advice on fighting the January and COVID-19 blues
For many Quebecers, Monday's snowstorm came at an inopportune time after holidays that were difficult, with many pandemic restrictions in place. How can one cope with the stress?
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Federal decision on fish farms prompts closure of B.C. processing plant: company
The plant employed 80 people and was operational for four years.
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Unvaccinated offender must quarantine for 14 days before sentencing hearing, Oshawa judge rules
“Allowing an unvaccinated offender to recklessly increase his risk of harm to others... could bring the administration of justice into disrepute,” the judge wrote.
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After strong season in unique year, Brooke Henderson’s next challenge: How does Canada’s best golfer get even better?
This year will mark Henderson’s eighth on the LPGA Tour. After a unique season, the winningest Canadian golfer of all time is working with her team to figure out how to take her game to new heights.
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Early childhood educators in Nova Scotia still without pensions as reduced fees come into play
People working in child care in Nova Scotia say workforce improvements play a crucial role in meeting new targets.
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Toronto to declare snowstorm condition, begin snow removal operations: Tory
Speaking at a press conference Monday afternoon, Toronto Mayor John Tory said snowstorm conditions typically last 72 hours, but added that it will "likely" be extended. 
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Anti-mask protester charged with violating condition to keep away from Legault
François Amalega Bitondo was arrested by police outside Radio-Canada's studios, where the premier was being interviewed on Sunday.
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B.C. government funds 147 additional early childhood education spaces at universities and colleges
The additional spaces will cost $1.32 million and are part of the government's 10-year child care B.C. plan.
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First Nations children and the cruel shadow of COVID
The pandemic has shone a revealing light on the disparity of rights and conditions for people who live in Indigenous communities.
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N.S. government seeks delay in housing rights hearing for people with disabilities
Nova Scotia's government is asking to delay a human rights case involving access to housing for people with disabilities until the country's top court rules on the matter.
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Ontario school boards hiring uncertified emergency staff as schools reopen
Teachers unions say noncertified staff that supervise students in unforeseen circumstances are underqualified and relying on them is unsustainable.
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Saskatchewan premier promises to complete all-weather road connecting La Loche, Fort McMurray
The Saskatchewan government commits to complete an all-weather road from La Loche to Fort McMurray with construction expected to be complete by the end of 2023.
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British woman killed trying to rescue dogs from Tonga tsunami
Angela Glover owned a rescue shelter and was trying to save some of the animals in her care.
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Former Alouettes great Bowman joining Lions as defensive-line coach
John Bowman, who never hid his desire to get into coaching upon retirement, has had his ambition fulfilled — albeit not by the Alouettes, the only CFL team for which he played. On Monday, the B.C. Lions announced Bowman has been hired as their defensive-line coach. “John will be a great addition to our staff […]
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Quebec girl, 4, dies of 'circumstances related to COVID-19,' hospital centre says
The University Hospital Centre (CHU) of Quebec said Monday that a four-year-old girl had died "due to circumstances related to COVID-19."
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COVID-19: 2 new deaths reported in Waterloo Region as area hospitals now have 136 patients
Waterloo Public Health reported two more COVID-19 related deaths on Monday, lifting the death toll to 325 including 11 victims this month.
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Synagogue incident a warning we aren’t paying enough attention to
This time the small group of Jews in that Texas synagogue were lucky. Next time — and there will be a next time — perhaps not.
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Investigation ongoing for suspicious death in northwest Calgary
Investigators believe that the man had been inside the garage for several days prior to the discovery of his body. They confirmed that the man was not known to the homeowners.
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RCMP not at fault in Revelstoke, B.C. snowmobile crash: Independent Investigations Office
“The man riding the snowmobile had walked a short distance from the scene of the collision and was located by officers a few minutes later.”
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Newborn baby in Qatar dies from COVID-19
A three-week-old infant in Qatar has died from a "severe" case of COVID-19, the country’s Ministry of Public Health announced in a statement published on Twitter.
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City, Saskatoon Tribal Council to explore new location for White Buffalo Youth Lodge
A new White Buffalo Youth Lodge would be a win for the city, STC Tribal Chief Mark Arcand told a city committee.
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