Quebec reports 75 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations drop below 80

Quebec has seen 376,044 cases and 11,231 deaths over the course of the health crisis.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 2 new cases, vaccination rate climbs to 65.4 per cent
The province says 65.4 per cent of those aged 12 and up are fully immunized as of Wednesday.
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B.C. officials to hold press conference following COVID-19 surge in Interior Health
For the past week, the Interior Health region has seen a dramatic rise in daily COVID-19 case counts.
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Guelph Ribfest returning as a drive-thru format in August
The Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium says its annual Ribfest is returning in August as a drive-thru format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Childcare provider optimistic New Brunswick will eventually sign onto cheaper daycare plan
New Brunswick is the only Maritime province that hasn't signed onto the federal government's $10 a day childcare plan.
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Edmonton Oilers re-sign offensive blueliner Tyson Barrie to 3-year deal
The Edmonton Oilers have re-signed Tyson Barrie to a three-year contract worth $13.5 milion.
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New Brunswick health authority says ‘no need’ to increase abortion services
The province's English language health authority told the health department they see no need to increase access to surgical abortions by making them available at more hospitals.
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KHSC takes stock of vaccinated staff after hospital COVID-19 outbreak ends
KHSC says it's working to ensure that its staff are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but that it has no legal authority to mandate vaccinations.
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Watermain work on Thursday may cause discoloured water for some London residents: city
The water main being worked on at Maitland and Regent streets dates from the 1960s, according to the city, and is one of the main lines that feed water into the city.
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Woolwich church will not be allowed to reopen until it provides plan to follow Ontario COVID rules
An Ontario judge has issued more fines to the Trinity Bible Chapel which will remain closed until it provides an approved COVID-19 safety plan.
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As temperatures rise in B.C.’s Southern Interior, health agency issues heat reminder, safety tips  
Environment Canada is forecasting sunny skies and daily highs of 30 to 35 C through to Saturday for the Okanagan, Shuswap, Similkameen and Boundary regions.
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Kings sign Phillip Danault to six-year, US$33-million contract
Centre posted 5-19-24 totals in 53 regular-season games last season with the Canadiens.
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Golfers at Cataraqui raise record total for women’s health care
The Kingston University Hospital Foundation says it's one of their biggest fundraisers. The Rose of Hope golf tournament at Cataraqui raised $270,000.
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Davison responds to allegations of 3rd-party advertiser relationship in Calgary mayoral race
Davison said the complaints are the result of an over-eager campaign volunteer and his campaign is working on a solution to the matter.
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Hinshaw returns for in-person Alberta COVID-19 update Wednesday
This will be the first time Dr. Deena Hinshaw will be holding a news conference since her regular COVID-19 updates stopped one month ago.
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42-year-old Parry Sound man wanted in connection with aggravated assault
A 42-year-old man from Parry Sound, Ont., is wanted in connection with an aggravated assault that took place this past Saturday.
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3½ years in prison for priest's sex crimes against minors
Priest Jean Pilon of the Clercs de Saint-Viateur pleaded guilty to 12 charges of gross indecency.
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Google rolls out COVID-19 vaccine mandate, delays workers’ return to office
The decision also affects tens of thousands of contractors who Google intends to continue to pay while access to its campuses remains limited due to COVID-19.
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Sponge-like fossils found in Canada may be earliest record of animal life on Earth
"To have discovered sponge fossils from close to 900 million years ago will greatly improve our understanding of early animal evolution," one expert said.
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Blueridge Festival is devoted exclusively to music by women in 2021
In keeping with its successful and visionary programming policies, which would be considered reckless by more traditional organizations, this year’s Blueridge Festival is exclusively devoted to music by women.
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Leave the world behind with Monsoon Festival's Sunday morning dance classes
Monsoon Festival of Performing Art celebrates South Asian arts and artists.
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B.C. economy starting to recover as COVID-19 restrictions ease
Finance Minister Selina Robinson released a financial update on Wednesday showing a lower-than-projected deficit of $5.5 billion.
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Lodging, mooring at the historic Opinicon in Chaffey’s Lock, Ont. closes permanently
While accommodations and mooring are no longer an option, the property's restaurant, pub, ice cream shop and marine gas pump will reopen in 2022.
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COVID-19: 2 new cases in Middlesex-London, 23 more variant cases confirmed
A total of 11,530 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in London since the pandemic began, while 374 have been in Middlesex Centre and 334 in Strathroy-Caradoc.
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COVID-19: Premier Doug Ford says Ontario’s back-to-school plan to be released in early August
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the comprehensive back-to-school plan will include making sure schools have proper ventilation.
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Independent Ontario schools launch legal challenge alleging exclusion from COVID-19 funding
Three independent schools are turning to the courts after they allege the Ontario government improperly excluded them and other similar institutions from COVID-19 funding.
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Fully vaccinated Canadians excluded from new U.K. quarantine exception rules
The U.K. announced Wednesday that fully vaccinated travellers in the U.S. or Europe will not have to quarantine on arrival to the country.
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B.C. ends fiscal year with lower than predicted deficit totalling $5.5 billion
The Minister of Finance said this is due to some sectors of the economy faring better than worst-case scenarios, which resulted in lower than expected spending and higher than expected revenues.
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Ontario’s back-to-school plan will be revealed early next week, Doug Ford says
The province’s plan for schools this fall will be announced early next week — just five weeks before students are to return to class — Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday.
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Nova Scotia reports no new cases of COVID-19
There remain nine active cases of the virus in the province and no hospitalizations.
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Tokyo 2020 in photos: At 21, Penny Oleksiak is already Canada’s most decorated Summer Olympian
A series of shots capturing the best in action at the Tokyo Olympics on July 28.
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COVID-19: Ontario government to spend $216M in effort to address surgical backlog by spring
The Ontario government is also providing $35 million for approximately 135,000 more diagnostic imaging hours to address wait times for CT and MRI scans.
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Ontario government adding $62M to budget to make more autism services available
The $62-million announcement comes as the Ontario government works to shore up its delayed revamp of the autism program.
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Raptors keeping options open heading in to draft
The Toronto Raptors' general manager says the team is keeping all options open ahead of Thursday's NBA draft.
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