COVID-19: Paxlovid pill available to eligible Saskatchewan residents beginning Wednesday
The Saskatchewan government says the province has received a limited quantity of 900 courses of Paxlovid from the federal supply, but more shipments are expected.
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Funds for memorial to 22 mass shooting victims in N.S. shifts to municipal leadership
The memorial project was initially led by the charitable group Nova Scotia Remembers Legacy Society, which was formed after the shooting deaths of 22 people in April 2020.
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Biden threatens personal sanctions on Putin if Russia invades Ukraine
U.S. President Joe Biden repeated that there were no plans to send U.S. troops to Ukraine, which is not a NATO member, amid growing concerns about Russian threats.
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Inflation hits Canadians already struggling with groceries, gas hardest: experts
The pace of inflation hitting a 30-year high is especially painful for Canadians already struggling to get by as they face a limited ability to mitigate higher costs.
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COVID-19 virus load drops in Saskatoon’s wastewater
Another week is needed for a trend line to be established, said John Giesy, as the COVID-19 virus load in Saskatoon’s wastewater decreases.
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Police seek witnesses to assault on mom and baby in Newton last month
Surrey RCMP say bystanders held the suspect until officers got there and arrested him.
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Some Ontario teachers refuse work over school COVID concerns
Teachers say they're concerned about lack of information on cases now that the province has cut back on testing and contact tracing.
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'There's food on our shelves' despite shortages, Metro CEO says
The supermarket operator reported better-than-expected first-quarter results even as the supply chain remains "under pressure."
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Canadian border agency issues new scam warning
Scammers posing as Canada Border Services Agency officials are using emails, websites, text messages and telephone calls to ask for money and personal information such as social insurance numbers.
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Who is paying the highest insurance premiums in Ontario, and why?
Insurance costs for those who live in Ontario fell on average by 3.8 per cent, with some areas seeing a drop of over 26 per cent from 2021, according to a new report.
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Calgary Skyview MP George Chahal pays $500 fine for taking Tory election pamphlet from front door
The Liberal MP for Calgary Skyview was captured on a doorbell camera removing the Conservative flyer while he was going door to door as a candidate.
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Give immunocompromised kids 3 Pfizer COVID-19 shots for best protection: NACI
NACI recommended that children between five and 11 years old who are "moderately to severely immunocompromised" should be offered three doses of the Pfizer 10 mcg COVID-19 vaccine.
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Guelph, Waterloo Region in for a frigid night: Environment Canada
Environment Canada said it expects a temperature in Guelph and Waterloo Region as low as -27 C with wind chill values between -28 and -33. 
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COVID-19: HKPR reports deaths in Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland County; 22 hospitalized cases
There are 24 active outbreaks in the health unit's jurisdiction including 28 active cases at the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay.
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Expand vaccine passport to LCBOs and cannabis stores, Ontario opposition parties say
Ontario opposition parties are calling on the Ford government to expand use of the province's COVID-19 proof of vaccination system to LCBOs and cannabis stores. 
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David West wins election for Richmond Hill mayor
Residents of Richmond Hill have cast their votes in favour of David WestIn as the new mayor.
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COVID-19: 149 inpatients at LHSC, MLHU says 89.6% of those 5+ have at least 1 vaccine dose
MLHU data shows among those five and older, 43.2 per cent have had a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Note that those under 18 are not currently eligible.
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London, Ont. and Middlesex County under cold weather alert until Wednesday
The London Public Library's Central Branch on Dundas Street will be available as a warming space between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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OPP turn to public for help locating missing Ingersoll man, 56
Provincial police in Oxford County are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 56-year-old Ingersoll, Ont. man.
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Prosecutor: Killings of Canadians in Mexico due to gang debt
A prosecutor in Mexico said Tuesday the killing of two Canadians at a Caribbean coast resort last week was motivated by debts between international gangs apparently dedicated to drug and weapons trafficking.
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Neil Young’s ultimatum to Spotify about vaccine misinformation is doomed because the company needs Joe Rogan more than him
Forget protesting Rogan’s wildly successful podcast. If Young wants to wage war with anti-vaxxers he should focus on the misinformation within his own industry.
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N.S. reports 5 more deaths from COVID-19, 2 new long-term care outbreaks
Nova Scotia has now reported 10 deaths relating to COVID-19 in the past two days. The province has also announced another increase in hospitalizations.
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Is the grocery shortage caused by the truck convoy? 5 myths debunked
“Canadian consumers should know they will be fine. Operations across the supply chain are incredibly choppy right now, but they will continue to find what they need, albeit with fewer choices,” Sylvain Charlebois, a professor at Dalhousie University said.
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Former B.C. legislature clerk's cufflinks, whisky subject of indictment: Crown
Court has heard that the allegations relate to a $258,000 retirement allowance, a wood splitter and trailer, and travel expenses over the course of James's tenure as clerk from 2011 until he was placed on leave in 2018.
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Yukon education minister understands worries over ‘dramatic shift’ in COVID-19 policy
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Police arrest man who allegedly robbed a senior inside Vancouver Public Library washroom
Vancouver Police say the 29-year-old man allegedly kicked open a washroom stall door and stole a laptop from a 74-year-old man.
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Sledgehammer and knife wielding man arrested after assaults at Keremeos town hall
"Police arrived soon after and were able to arrest the male after he assaulted a police officer and continued to struggle and resist arrest."
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Cufflinks, whisky belonging to former B.C. legislature clerk the subject of indictment: Crown
A special prosecutor says the former clerk of the British Columbia legislature claimed expenses ranging from malt whisky to cufflinks on the public purse.
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COVID-19: 1 new death reported in Guelph, 32 patients in hospital
Guelph General Hospital says 28 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 and another 17 are waiting for test results.
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Haliburton Highlands OPP appeal for information on shooting deaths of dog, puppy
Haliburton Highlands OPP officers continue to investigate the October 2021 shooting of two dogs on a rural property east of Haliburton.
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COVID-19 hospitalizations rising in N.B. but ‘trending below’ projections, top doctor says
Public Health reported there are 138 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19, with 11 of those patients in intensive care. The province also reported three deaths.
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