Peter McKnight: Universal vaccine only way to put coronavirus pandemics behind us for good
Opinion: Prospect of intentionally exposing volunteer subjects to potentially lethal virus in studies is highly controversial but given the potential benefits, is worth addressing the ethical concerns
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2nd-degree murder charge laid in 2021 Whyte Avenue stabbing death
A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the August 2021 death of 24-year-old Andrew Bellerose in Edmonton's Old Strathcona neighbourhood.
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Quebec plans to reduce care standards in hospitals if COVID-19 surge continues
"We have the responsibility and duty to be prepared for all eventualities," said assistant deputy health minister Dr. Lucie Opatrny.
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Woodbridge, Ont. man arrested, charged after allegedly harassing woman online: police
In a press release issued Tuesday, Peel Regional Police said the man was charged following an "in-depth" investigation spanning several years.
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Airlines cancel U.S. flights amid 5G concerns despite carriers’ promise to delay rollout
Despite an announcement by AT&T and Verizon that they would delay turning on some 5G towers near airports, several airlines still canceled flights.
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Women's hockey league to expand to Montreal as part of $25-million plan
The investment will increase the salary cap to $750,000 a season.
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COVID-19: Okanagan teacher’s union expresses confusion over new vaccine disclosure mandate
It's supposed to be a fairly straightforward mandate, but a new public health order issued by Dr. Bonnie Henry on Monday has led to more questions than answers.
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Liveblog: Habs enter Hughes era with battle vs. Stars
Cole Caufield and Joel Armia will miss the game after being placed in COVID-19 protocol.
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Second suspect arrested in connection with New Year’s Eve homicide
Winnipeg police have charged a second suspect in connection with a homicide on New Year's Eve.
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Althia Raj: Don’t tear down 24 Sussex. It’s a national treasure
24 Sussex Drive isn’t an architectural masterpiece, but it is historically significant and worth saving, Althia Raj writes.
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COVID-19: Okanagan gym plans to defy provincial public health mandates
A gym in West Kelowna never closed despite orders from Interior Health and the RCMP, and will continue to operate at full capacity, despite mandates.
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Dominique Ducharme looks forward to working with Kent Hughes
"I'm looking forward to meet him," Canadiens coach says about new GM. "I had a discussion with him this afternoon."
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‘Good thing’: Kingston, Ont. students back to school for in-person learning
After a snow day Monday, Kingston, Ont., students returned to the classroom Tuesday, marking their first time back to in-person learning since before the Christmas break.
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COVID-19: Chase Secondary School in Chase, B.C. closes doors as staffing levels fall
It's the third school in the Interior Health region to have closed due to staffing levels and illness.
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Pole broken in half after snowplow hits street post in Scarborough: police
In a tweet on Tuesday, Toronto police said a snowplow struck a street post at Sheppard Avenue East and Glen Watford Drive at around 5:42 p.m.
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Just announced: Vancouver Public Library hosts Is Capitalism Working For Us? installation event
A free lunchtime discussion around PuSh Festival installation.
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B.C. Liberal leadership hopefuls set for final debate Tuesday night
The seven leadership hopefuls will debate starting at 7 p.m. and it will air here on the Global BC website and on BC1.
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Why this rundown Vancouver bungalow is listed for $11 million
The property is just one block from the corner of West 41st and Cambie, an inner street where developers are looking to build condos
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COVID-19: Major grocery store chain in B.C. limiting capacity to 50%
The company says to help limit the spread of COVID-19, ‘we will operate our stores at a maximum 50 per cent occupancy until further notice.’
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Allison Hanes: As Omicron rages, we Quebecers are on our own
Ruptures in public services seem like a betrayal of sacrifices we've made. It feels like the government is abandoning us at the worst time.
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Healthy children who are a close COVID contact do not need to stay home from daycare: B.C. health
Henry said public health has been working with early childhood educators and childcare workers over the last few weeks and said now is a time of "transition."
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Calgarians donate computers to support struggling families impacted by flood
Donations are coming in from Calgarians after the YES Centre lost 135 computers for students in a recent flood.
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Edmonton Elks sign former Arizona QB Khalil Tate
Quarterback Khalil Tate, who threw for over 6,000 yards during four seasons at Arizona, was among four players signed by the Edmonton Elks on Tuesday.
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Dave Feschuk: Raptors are right where they don’t want to be — stuck in the NBA’s mushy middle
Toronto is too good to tank, but too bad to be a true contender. But while this team has some major holes, there’s also been undeniable growth this season.
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Omicron COVID-19 variant is infectious for up to 10 days, Tam says
The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends people infected with COVID-19 isolate for at least 10 days after they test positive or symptoms begin, whichever came first.
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University of Lethbridge students seek refunds, petition to move entire semester online
'Doing half of the semester online, and then going to an in-person delivery (is) confusing... It's hard for a lot of students' living situations.'
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B.C. has now recorded more than 300,000 COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations jump again
The latest COVID-19 numbers come as the B.C. government announced a gradual reopening for gyms and fitness centres on Jan. 20 as long as there are pandemic safety plans in place.
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Rundown house near Cambie Corridor listed for $11 million
"For anyone in the real estate industry, it's not surprising," said Jacky Chan, president of BakerWest Real Estate, which markets pre-construction property developments.
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B.C. school staff vaccine status needed so districts can decide on mandates, says top doctor
Dr. Bonnie Henry reassured members of the public and unions on Tuesday that it is legal to require vaccine status information from school staff.
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