Omicron symptoms ‘totally different’ from Delta COVID-19 variant: South African doctor
The South African doctor who identified the Omicron variant of COVID-19 says its symptoms seem milder than previous variants of the disease.
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Hamilton lab helps in making of medals honouring ship sunk during attack on Pearl Harbor
A federal steel mill is marking the 80th anniversary of the Dec. 7 attack in Hawaii by pressing sheets that will be cut into WW II keepsakes.
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Owner of JAKK Tuesday’s ordered to pay $20K for health unit’s legal fees
Kelly Hale, owner of the now-closed JAKK Tuesdays sports bar, has been ordered by a judge to pay the legal fees for KFL&A Public Health.
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New elementary school planned for north end of Woodstock
The Ontario government is providing $17.6 million in funding to build a new elementary school in the north end of Woodstock, accomodating 660 students and 88 daycare spots.
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17 boats with invasive mussels stopped from entering B.C.
Eight of these boats were headed to the Okanagan, four to the Lower Mainland, three to Vancouver Island, one to the Kootenays, and one to Skeena.
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Light The Way campaign hits $160K target to renovate Peterborough opioid response hub
Launched in September, the campaign aimed to raise funds to renovate the former Greyhound bus station at 220 Simcoe St. into a safe consumption and drug treatment site.
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Guelph Humane Society hosting 1st in-person adoption event during COVID-19 pandemic
The adoption event will be on Friday and Saturday at 190 Hanlon Creek Blvd. The Humane Society has set a goal of adopting out 30 cats and 10 bunnies over those two days.
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Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios ejected from Ontario legislature
Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios was removed from the Ontario legislature on Tuesday morning by Speaker of the House Ted Arnott.
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Zoo camel dies after two decades in Winnipeg
The zoo announced Monday that dromedary camel Camelia, who first came to the facility more than two decades ago, was euthanized.
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'Immense relief': Canadian field hockey team gets return flight home from South Africa
A team of Canadian field hockey players will start their journey home from South Africa on Wednesday, after being stuck in the country due to travel restrictions suddenly imposed after the discovery of the Omicron COVID-19 variant there.
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Confusion swirls around ArriveCan app and its use at the Canadian-U.S. border
Canadian travellers who have been told they must quarantine after a trip across the border say the app is unreliable and awkward to navigate.
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Roads closed after small residential fire along Lakeshore Drive in Baie-D’Urfe
A section of Lakeshore Drive in Baie-D'Urfe was closed after flames were reported from inside a residence at around 6 a.m
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Indigenous delegation delays Vatican trip due to Omicron COVID-19 variant
The meeting between Pope Francis and Indigenous leaders, originally set for this month, was to centre around the Catholic Church's role in Canada's residential school system.
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Game Day Notebook: Kale Clague will make Habs debut vs. Lightning
Habs' Jeff Petry and Joel Armia both out with injuries, while Jake Allen will start in goal in rematch of last season's Stanley Cup final.
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Manitoba man’s triple-bypass surgery cancelled hours before taking place
A Manitoba couple is dealing with uncertainty after triple-bypass heart surgery was cancelled at the last minute. Healthcare facilities are struggling with staffing amid COVID-19.
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Edmonton Cenotaph declared a historic resource
On Tuesday, the city announced Edmonton City Council designated the cenotaph a historic resource in recognition of the deep historical significance.
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The tribe has spoken, and they're making a Quebec version of Survivor
Who needs Boston Rob when you can have Blainville Réjean?
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Sûreté du Québec makes arrest in death of 80-year-old woman east of Montreal
Police have not released the name of the suspect, a 38-year-old man from Coaticook who was arrested late Monday. He is expected to be formally charged later today in Sherbrooke.
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Artist needed for a new Viola Desmond monument in Halifax
The monument to the businesswoman and pioneer will be on Gottingen Street, close to where Viola Desmond once operated her salon.
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Indigenous delegation to Vatican has been postponed: AFN national chief
Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald says an upcoming Indigenous delegation to the Vatican has been postponed. She made the announcement to a virtual gathering of chiefs this morning.
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Penticton Canada Post boxes targeted by thief
The RCMP is encouraging the public to go in person to their local post office to make sure their letters are delivered, rather than put them in Canada POst boxes over the weekend.
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Enbridge approves $1.1 billion in new capital projects, raising quarterly dividend
Enbridge also said it plans to buy back up to $1.5 billion worth of its shares.
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Retreating glaciers are creating new salmon habitat, B.C. study shows
The study published Tuesday in Nature Communications projects that more than 6,000 kilometres of new streams could be accessible to salmon by 2100, and just under one-third of that could be suitable for spawning.
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Ontario extends pause on reopening plan as COVID-19 situation worsens
Ontario is extending its pause indefinitely on moving to the next step of the reopening plan as COVID-19 cases continue to increase.
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Northern wellness camp gets funding boost from Saskatchewan government
Muskwa Lake Wellness Camp, near Pinehouse, provides land-based health intervention to address alcoholism, suicide rates and overdose deaths in northern Saskatchewan communities.
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COVID-19: Quebec adds 1,234 new cases, 5 deaths as health minister to speak
Health Minister Christian Dubé and Public Health Director Dr. Horacio Arruda, will be provide an update on the province's immunization campaign on Tuesday afternoon.
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University of Manitoba strike ends, students to return to class Tuesday
The University of Manitoba website said the agreement will see the union and school administration enter into binding arbitration.
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Driver charged with impaired driving after fleeing collision in Bridgenorth: OPP
Peterborough County OPP around 4 p.m. responded to a reported minor collision involving two vehicles at the intersection of Ward Street and Bridge Road
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Six O’Clock Solution: Pasta dish the height of convenience
You should need no more than 30 minutes to prepare the recipes in Conveniently Delicious, author Devin Connell writes.
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Canada’s response to fall of Afghanistan needs special committee review: O’Toole
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says the committee will help Canadians understand why Canada failed to act and prepare for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
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Toronto author Marissa Stapley’s book ‘Lucky’ first ever Canadian pick for Reese Witherspoon book club
‘As a Canadian author, it’s not easy on the commercial stage to get your books ... into readers’ hands in the U.S. And this is going to make that happen.’
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Highway 6 bypass in Caledonia, Ont. set to reopen: OPP
A demonstration blockade closed the roadway between Argyle Street South and Greens Road in mid-November.
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Here’s how the Lou Marsh winner for top Canadian athlete will be decided Wednesday
A 35-person committee, made up of representatives from a variety of media outlets across the country, as well as a four-person steering committee will decide this year’s winner through two rounds of voting.
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Gorilla at Calgary Zoo expecting 1st baby
Dossi's due date is anticipated for late April or early May, according to the zoo. The official baby watch will begin in late March.
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Researchers to begin human trials on made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine you inhale, not inject
Researchers at McMaster University in Ontario have been approved to begin human trials on two Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccines that are delivered by inhaled aerosol to target the lungs and upper airways.
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Liberals bring back bill to tackle over-incarceration of Indigenous and Black people
The bill would repeal mandatory minimum sentences for all drug offenses and some firearm offenses, among other measures.
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Guelph police say $20,000 in fentanyl, pills found on man being treated by paramedics
Guelph police say officers found nearly 70 grams of suspected fentanyl and 55 pills on the man while he was being treated by paramedics.
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Hawaii braces for more bad weather, threatened by ‘catastrophic’ flooding
Weather officials said Hawaii's storms bring the threat of extreme flooding in the coming days, leaving many eloping couples without weddings and tourists stuck indoors.
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COVID live updates: Opposition seizes on revelations about lack of PPE in CHSLDs during 1st wave
Most Canadians support strong border measures amid concern over Omicron variant: poll.
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Attorney says Meadows won’t cooperate with Jan. 6 panel
In an abrupt reversal, an attorney for former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said his client will not cooperate with a House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, citing a breakdown in negotiations with the panel.
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