Amazon to offer $100 more to new U.S. hires with COVID-19 vaccination proof
The vaccine-related incentives are also aimed at attracting workers flush with relief checks and wary of the pandemic as well as the lack of childcare facilities back to work.
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Oilers playoff schedule out, series to start against Winnipeg in Edmonton
The Edmonton Oilers will kick off Round 1 of the NHL playoffs against the Winnipeg Jets on May 19.
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Who decides if the world needs COVID-19 booster shots?
Vaccine makers Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc, with its German partner BioNTech, have been vocal in their view that the world will soon need COVID-19 booster shots to maintain high levels of immunity. What is less clear, however, is who should make that decision - and based on what evidence.
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Bill 96 would restrict English studies for children of foreign workers in Quebec
As part of changes to Quebec's language law, a cap would be placed on the number of years some children can attend school in English.
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Man faces charges after allegedly pulling knife at COVID-19 test site in Cape Breton
It was reported a man was 'yelling and throwing things at people standing in the lineup.'
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Hotel Intel: Raven Inn adds trendy touch to Whitehorse
The hotel opened in 2020, introducing a contemporary style to the Yukon capital.
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Hamburger disease? Don’t we have enough to worry about?
The Montreal Children's Hospital wants to see kids out there eating burgers, not sitting in the ER or hunched over the toilet with an E. coli infection.
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Urban Indigenous adults now eligible to book 2nd COVID-19 vaccine dose in Simcoe Muskoka
Indigenous adults are able to book their vaccine at an Indigenous community clinic or at a mass immunization clinic.
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Bill C-10 doesn’t pose free speech concern despite social media impact, justice minister finds
Opposition MPs had requested a new charter statement on Bill C-10 after multiple experts warned the legislation could allow the CRTC to regulation your social media.
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2nd suspect wanted in connection with King Street arson: London police
London police say emergency crews responded to the fire in a vacant building on King Street, east of Adelaide Street, at roughly 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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Trina Hunt’s family puts up new posters in Hope, B.C. pleading for information
The posters, which are being put up around the Hope area where her body was found.
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Nearly 2,600 new COVID-19 vaccinations in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph
Public health is reporting 27 new cases of COVID-19 in Guelph on Thursday, raising the city’s total case count to 4,198.
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Pro-Trump lawmaker claims U.S. Capitol riot was ‘normal tourist visit’
U.S. Rep. Andrew Clyde downplayed the deadly Capitol riot and claimed there was 'no insurrection' during a House hearing on Wednesday.
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There’s a Manitoba millionaire out there. Do you have the winning ticket?
Some lucky Manitoban is $27.5 million richer, after a lottery ticket sold somewhere in the province won the May 12 LOTTO 6/49 jackpot.
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Bill 96 includes a complaint system for lack of French in stores
The sweeping legislation proposes a few key items but expands on the principle that Quebecers must be "informed and served" in French.
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Kingston police actively searching for stabbing suspect
Kingston police are searching for a 40-year-old woman wanted for attempted murder in the city's north end this morning.
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Speed limit on Hamilton’s Red Hill Valley Parkway to be lowered to 80 km/h
Starting Monday, the city says the speed limit on the Red Hill will be set at 80 km/h along the entire stretch of the parkway, from the QEW to Dartnall Road.
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Ohio offers vaccinated people chance of winning millions, scholarships through lotteries
Ohio will give away millions of dollars to vaccinated people and full scholarships to vaccinated children through special lotteries.
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Feds asking Canadians to take ‘leap of faith’ that Bill C-10 won’t hurt free speech: experts
The exact shape that these new regulations take would be up to the CRTC, not the government -- and they have yet to be determined.
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COVID-19 live updates: Quebec reports 781 new cases, 5 deaths as hospitalizations fall
Quebec was particularly forceful in handing out tickets in second wave, civil liberties group says.
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Canadian Press NewsAlert: Dion says PM didn’t violate conflict rules over WE Charity
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Hacked and impersonated: Four of Ontario’s top health-care voices on being targeted and harassed on social media
Not only are these professionals being hacked and impersonated, they are also dealing with racist attacks and veiled threats online.
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Trudeau did not break federal ethics rules in WE Charity scandal — but Morneau did: report
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not break the rules but former finance minister Bill Morneau did.
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Police receive complaint of man taking photos of youth at Kemptville, Ont., skatepark
OPP are warning the public about reports of a man speaking with and taking pictures of youth at a skatepark in Kemptville, Ont., this week.
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Quebec reports more than 700 COVID-19 cases again as hospitalizations fall
In Quebec, authorities recorded 781 new cases and five additional deaths attributable to COVID-19 in the province Thursday.
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Second man arrested in brazen break-and-enter in Horseshoe Bay
West Vancouver Police have been searching for two suspects after a pickup truck drove into a building in the 6600-block Royal Avenue just before 2 p.m. on April 5.
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PM Trudeau cleared, but Morneau broke ethics law over WE Charity contract: Dion
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has found that former finance minister Bill Morneau broke the federal Conflict of Interest Act, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been cleared in relation to his involvement in granting WE Charity a contract in 2020.
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Province to announce expanded rural broadband in Manitoba
Premier Brian Pallister and Central Services Minister Reg Hewler will make the announcement at 11 a.m. 
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Canada is now vaccinating a higher proportion of its population daily than the U.S. But are we going to hit a wall?
It may be a burst of endorphins after many Canadians have spent months looking south of the border with envy — but experts say the American example shows the challenge to come
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Douglas Todd: How drug user anti-stigma campaign mostly misses the point
Analysis: One problem with the campaign against stigmatizing those who use drugs is it’s ‘reassuringly vague,’ says an SFU psychologist. It might not be accomplishing much
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Rosé roundup: Seven smart buys at the LCBO under $20
Though rosé has grown in popularity, there are still some budget-friendly bottles to be had.
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Alert issued following spike in drug overdoses in Northumberland County
The region's health unit says the drugs have inconsistent or increased potency, which is causing more severe overdose reactions.
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Manitoba First Nation locks down for 30 days as part of COVID-19 battle
Sagkeeng First Nation, 120 km north of Winnipeg, announced Wednesday it will restrict access to and within the community until June 14.
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Colonial Pipeline paid hackers nearly US$5M in ransom: report
The U.S. pipeline company paid the hefty ransom in untraceable cryptocurrency within hours after the attack, according to the Bloomberg News report. 
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