Mohawk Mothers demand investigation into potential unmarked graves at McGill University
Survivor Lana Ponting alleges that experiments' victims were buried in the grounds surrounding the Allan Memorial Institute and that underaged children were victims.
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COVID-19: Top Saskatchewan doctor breaks down while presenting modelling
Dr. Saqib Shahab was in the middle of speaking about how individuals can take action despite public health orders telling them to do so when he started to cry.
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Brownstein: Louise Penny and Hillary Clinton were 'the perfect partnership'
"We weren’t stepping all over each other" writing their new political thriller, Penny says.
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B.C. forests minister introduces bill to overhaul forest practices
Katrine Conroy says the "long overdue" changes include improved processes for reforestation after wildfires and more collaborative planning between stakeholders
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CDN-NDG mayoral candidate Sue Montgomery wants to split borough in two
Incumbent candidate Sue Montgomery is considering splitting up Côte-des-Neiges–NDG but several other mayoral candidates say now is not the time for division.
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Woman sentenced in Tiki Laverdiere homicide
The body of Tiki Laverdiere, who was 25, was found in a rural area outside of North Battleford, Sask., in 2019.
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Queen’s University student association to review history of misogynistic signs at homecoming
The Alma Mater Society said that it will also review the harmful effects of such signs and how students can report them.
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Carson Crimeni’s dad attends court for 1st appearance of man charged in son’s overdose death
A 20-year-old man, who cannot be named because he was a youth at the time of the incident, has been charged with manslaughter in the 14-year-old's death.
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Prices are way up, and don’t expect meaningful relief soon
‘Borrowers should brace themselves for the possibility of higher interest rates if the trend line in Canada’s inflation rate doesn’t reverse.’
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Calgary medical examiner testifies ‘very unlikely’ Aliyah Sanderson died in accidental fall
A forensic pathologist says it's unlikely a toddler, found buried with her mother west of Calgary more than two years ago, died as a result of an accidental fall.
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Bill introduced to overhaul B.C. forestry
British Columbia's forests minister has introduced a bill to amend the Forest and Range Practices Act in what she says will "reshape" forest management in the province.
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‘Incredibly tragic’: 1 person dead in Vernon, B.C. house fire
The fatal house fire occurred in the 6900-block of Okanagan Landing Road in Vernon late Tuesday night.
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Aeon Group says film district near Hamilton’s West Harbour is still ‘viable’ despite challenges
Over the next several months, Aeon says it will host workshops and consultations with neighbours and stakeholders.
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‘No middle ground’: How children’s COVID-19 vaccination is polarizing parents
Difference in opinions between separated and divorced parents about vaccinating children is rare, but the questioning during COVID-19 has taken on a new level, experts say.
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Ontario has an opportunity to radically change mental health support
A worker shortage that had been brewing for decades was magnified by COVID-19. Compared to other Canadian jurisdictions, Ontario is second last in psychologists per capita.
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Alberta ICU numbers hold steady as province surpasses 3,000 COVID-19 deaths
The number of people in Alberta ICUs remained fairly steady Tuesday into Wednesday as the province continued to grapple with the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Winnipeg Jets assign Cole Perfetti to the Manitoba Moose
Cole Perfetti will get a chance to play in a home opener in Winnipeg. But it will be Friday night vs. Grand Rapids after being assigned by the Winnipeg Jets to the Manitoba Moose.
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Ducharme juggles Canadiens' lines, defence pairings
The most significant change was the decision to break up the Suzuki-Caufield-Toffoli line, which had been the top trio during the playoffs.
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Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon sees herself as bridge between gov't, Indigenous people
As Canada's first Indigenous Governor General, Mary May Simon says part of her role entails bridging the gap in understanding between governments and Indigenous communities.
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Kingston’s nighttime Santa Clause Parade cancelled for 2nd year in a row
Although the traditional Santa Parade is being cancelled for a second year, the Downtown Kingston BIA says it has COVID-friendly winter programming in store for the city.
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Ontario invests $3.1M to boost staffing at Peterborough, Lakefield long-term care homes
Peterborough-Kawartha MPP Dave Smiths says by 2024, the total average increase of permanent annualized funding for LTC homes will be $18,000,000 more than what they would receive.
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Spectacle of Rogers ‘family feud’ comes at surprising time
Edward Rogers’ push to change the leadership at Rogers Communications comes just as its acquisition of long-coveted Shaw Communications is up for government approval.
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Legault’s take on what it means to be a ‘historic’ English-speaker in Quebec problematic some say
The fear is that access to services could be curtailed for those who identify as part of the English-speaking community but don't qualify as part of the "historic" community.
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Growing number of trucker vacancies adds to ‘tremendous’ supply chain pressures
There are about 20,000 vacant truck driver positions this year, but that number could double by 2023, according to Trucking HR Canada and the Canadian Trucking Alliance.
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COVID-19: Frustration that Kelowna’s rink to stay at 50% capacity while others get full house
The province announced that it was lifting capacity restriction for hockey games and other indoor organized events, but not Interior Health or parts of Northern health.
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Thousands of N.B. health workers unvaccinated as provincial deadline looms
Numbers from Horizon and Vitalité health networks show more than 3,000 of their workers are still not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as the Nov. 19 government deadline nears.
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Blue Grotto Nightclub in Kamloops, B.C. warns of COVID-19 exposure after positive cases
As of Wednesday, Oct. 20, the nightclub says three out of 51 attendees, and four out of 13 band members have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Toronto launching info campaign for parents ahead of COVID-19 vaccinations for children
The city's top doctor says clinics for children aged five to 11 are being considered at mass vaccination sites, community clinics and schools.
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Will this flu season be worse than usual?
Vaxx Populi: In 2020-21, Canada saw just 69 confirmed cases of influenza. Some experts worry we may have lower immunity to the flu, after nearly two years of social distancing. The post Will this flu season be worse than usual? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Manitoba’s top doctor says politicians who remove masks for photos are not offside
Manitoba requires mask use in all indoor public places under its COVID-19 public health orders.
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