St. Lawrence Seaway traffic up despite reduction in grain shipments
Transport of steel and aluminum bounced back in 2021 after dips in 2020.
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N.B. announces 4 more COVID-19 deaths, new grant for those who are self employed
Eligibility for the Self-Employed Lockdown Fund in New Brunswick include people who do not have employees but were ordered to close last week by the province.
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Ottawa looks on as China buys Canadian lithium operations
Given Canada’s own critical minerals list, and what we already know about China’s determination to achieve global high-tech dominance, there were clear reasons for reviewing the Neo Lithium purchase.
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COVID-19: LHSC reports 161 inpatients with 24 in ICUs; MLHU adds 230 cases
Of the 161 patients in LHSC's care, 87 are being treated for COVID-19 while 74 others have incidental COVID-19 infections (meaning they were admitted for another reason).
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Computer consultant who defrauded city sentenced to 30-month prison term
According to previous decisions made in the case, the scheme cooked up by Parent and Bissonnette defrauded the city of Montreal out of more than $4 million.
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Why is Peel Region falling behind in vaccinating kids?
Close to 40 per cent of Peel children age five to 11 have received at least one dose, compared to about 47 per cent of the Ontario population in that age range.
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COVID-19: Guelph public school board charting student and staff absence rates
Guelph's public school board has begun a pilot project that will chart school absence rates among staff and students. 
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Base Camp: 2022 MINI Cooper 3-Door
The 3-door model starts at a reasonable $24,490 plus freight, representing a Civic-like launching point in terms of price.
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When could the COVID-19 pandemic switch to endemic?
An infectious diseases specialist says the COVID-19 pandemic could begin pivoting to an endemic status in higher-income countries by early spring, based on how Omicron is spreading and affecting hospitalization rates.
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Ian McEwan to publish ‘Lessons,’ a new novel spanning events of the past 70 years
McEwan’s novel to be published Sept. 13 in Canada, the U.K. and the U.S.
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Truro police arrest man wanted as accessory in murder of Prabhjot Singh Katri
The Truro Police Service said officers arrested 22-year-old Marcus Michael Denny during a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon. He has multiple warrants for other violent offences.
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Quebec pharmacies will receive more COVID-19 rapid tests next week
Some people are miffed they can’t get their hands on tests, but pharmacists are giving priority to immunocompromised and at-risk clients.
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Quebec details plan to capture, fence in isolated caribou herds to protect them
The plan involves capturing the pregnant females and releasing them once their fawns are a few months old.
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Bars and other B.C. businesses affected by pandemic closures to receive more help
The funds, which double the amount available to those businesses, can be claimed through the provincial COVID-19 Closure Relief Grant.
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Roughriders retain Evans, Moore for 2022
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have re-signed American receivers Shaq Evans and Kyran Moore, who are both expecting big things in 2022.
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Calgary police ask for help finding man who missed drug court date
Calgary police are looking to locate a man who missed a date at drug treatment court as part of his path towards recovery.
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PBO report questions Liberals’ case to spend billions in planned stimulus
The Liberals had promised up to $100 billion in economic stimulus, subject to a series of spending guardrails.
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COVID-19: N.S. searches for more long-term care workers during staff shortage
Nova Scotia is searching for continuing care assistants, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, occupational therapists and physiotherapists. 
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Ontario launches inquest into 2018 fatal shooting of 19-year-old Quinn MacDougall
The province says the public examination is expected to last 10 days.
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Kenn Grainger, longtime Peterborough community advocate, dies at 94
Kenn Grainger was a longtime community advocate in Peterborough who died on Jan. 18 at the age of 94.
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Canadian food manufacturers cutting capacity amid supply chain woes
Experts say food manufacturers are facing inflation, shipping backlogs and delays in obtaining things like ingredients and packaging.
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Canada goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe surprises by announcing retirement plans
'I really truly feel at this point that I've given everything to the game and I've invested my heart and soul into it and I just don't feel that I have anything left.'
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Manitoba health minister to provide update on delayed surgeries
Manitobans will receive an update on the province's Diagnostic and Surgical Recovery Task Force on Wednesday afternoon.
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Decision to lay charges in Manitoba residential school investigation weeks away
A decision whether to lay charges following a decade-long investigation into a residential school in Manitoba is expected in the coming weeks.
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How did Newfoundland manage to vaccinate 75 per cent of 5-11-year-olds?
Clear communication, speedy mobilization and a culture of vaccine acceptance has helped the province get first doses to more kids than any province or territory The post How did Newfoundland manage to vaccinate 75 per cent of 5-11-year-olds? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Some airlines resume flights to U.S. after 5G rollout forces cancellations
Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways said Wednesday they would resume Boeing 777 service to the United States on Thursday after announcing cancellations earlier.
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Mild COVID-19 can cause attention, memory issues for up to 9 months: study
Participants in the study were significantly worse at recalling personal experiences, known as episodic memory, up to six months after COVID-19 infection.
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Police release video of random assault in downtown Vancouver
The 17-second clip shows a man suddenly stop and go after a woman walking in the opposite direction.
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Regina man faces charge in connection with forged criminal record check
In December, a local non-profit organization contacted Regina police about a criminal record check letter that appeared to have been made to look like it was issued by the RPS.
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Jamaica’s 4-man bobsled team makes Olympics for 1st time in over 20 years
The Jamaican team first appeared at the Calgary Olympics in 1988 and has qualified again for the 1st time in almost a quarter-century.
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