Sure, there are places to bring the kids over March break — if you can get tickets

Many Montreal museums, libraries and other places are open and can't wait to see you, but some favourite family-friendly venues are closed or sold out.
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First case of COVID-19 confirmed in Iqaluit as city locks down
Nunavut has confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Iqaluit, the territory's largest community.
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Public safety task force lays out plan to prevent violence in Calgary
The final report from the community-based public safety task force recommends Calgary apply for federal funding and improve connecting programs with at-risk individuals.
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Ottawa, Quebec to announce funding for REM station at Trudeau airport
An investment of about $500M is expected, which will end the long-running saga of whether a light-rail station would be built at the airport.
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Calgary Flames put playoff pressure on Montreal Canadiens with 4-1 win over Habs
The Calgary Flames closed the gap on Montreal holding down the North Division's final playoff spot with a 4-1 win Wednesday over the host Canadiens.
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U.S. to sanction Russia over alleged election meddling, SolarWinds hack: sources
The sanctions, in which 30 entities are expected to be blacklisted, will be tied with orders expelling about 10 Russian officials from the United States, one of the people said.
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12 missing, 1 dead, 6 rescued after boat capsizes off Louisiana coast
The Coast Guard said the lift boat capsized during a microburst but a National Weather Service expert said the system was more like an offshore derecho — or straight winds storm.
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Vancouver company in fight to identify COVID-19 variant-killing vaccine
Messenger RNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) are the most effective of the suite of vaccines being made globally and are the most commonly used in B.C.
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Christopher Naidu sentenced to life in prison for 2018 double murder in Calgary
A Calgary man was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years on Wednesday for the targeted murders of two men in Evanston three years ago.
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens going wrong way with 4-1 loss to Calgary Flames
There's plenty of hockey left, but for the Habs, the season is trending strongly in the wrong direction. Brian Wilde explains.
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Indigenous woman alleges racist encounter at southern Alberta hospital
"I definitely felt racially-profiled, because I was supposedly lying about a pregnancy and not dealing with the real issue," Smoke said. 
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Raptors put in a big effort, set season high for rebounds in win over San Antonio
Coach Nick Nurse forced to go big, and the bigs are too much for the Spurs too handle.
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Grey Bruce Health Unit declares COVID-19 critical threshold amid case surge, ‘untruthful’ contact tracing
"Everyone across Grey Bruce needs to consider themselves a carrier for the next 48 hours until we reach all cases and their contacts," a local public health unit statement said.
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Worst fear come true: Toronto woman was in ICU with COVID-19 days before giving birth
A Toronto woman is sharing her story of fighting off COVID-19 in an ICU days before giving birth, in the hope it will help more pregnant woman consider vaccination.
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#ICYMI: Parc Jean-Drapeau facelift, mask rule softened, more news
In brief: A selection of today's reports on montrealgazette.com.
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Front-line workers warn that B.C.'s opioid crisis is only getting worse
As British Columbia marks five years since declaring the opioid crisis a public health emergency, those who’ve been on the frontlines since the beginning warn things are only getting worse.
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Winnipeg Jets bounce back with 3-2 win in Ottawa
The Winnipeg Jets defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-2 Wednesday night in Ottawa.
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Jekyll and Hyde Canadiens come out flat in critical loss to Flames
In a critical game for both teams, Calgary jumped to an early lead and cruised to a 4-1 victory, despite having played the night before.
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Crash on Sea-to-Sky highway leaves three people in critical condition
Paramedics arrived to find three people in critical condition and one person in stable condition.
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Canada won’t cancel Johnson & Johnson vaccine contract despite safety concerns: Anand
Asked if the contract should be cancelled due to reports of blood clots after inoculation, the minister said there was no reason to do so unless Health Canada says otherwise.
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Star journalists Alyshah Hasham and Wendy Gillis win Landsberg Award for reporting on violence against women
The Landsberg Award celebrates journalists who shed light on women’s equality issues. The two Star reporters were honoured for three stories, including a feature on the murder of a woman who died at the hands she lived with for only three weeks.
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This Canadian doctor is treating COVID-19 patients in Bolivia, where hospitals are full
A Canadian doctor is in Bolivia leading an initiative to care for COVID-19 patients from the comfort of their home with a smartphone.
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Federal government won’t provide CFL with interest free loan in 2021, according to source
Once again, the CFL will not get an interest-free loan from Ottawa. The CFL unveiled a full 18-game schedule for all nine teams last November that's slated to begin June 10.
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After strong start, demand for AstraZeneca vaccine in Montreal fizzles
Mylène Drouin, the city's public health director, is pleased with vaccine rollout and hopeful the current plateau in case counts holds.
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COVID-19 vaccinations coming for all school staff in Vancouver Coastal Health region
The health authority has secured a supply of vaccines which will be made available starting Friday, according to the Vancouver School District.
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Dan Fumano: Wild days in Vancouver mayoral race, 18 months (!) before election day
Opinion: A lot will likely change in the Vancouver mayoral race over the next year-and-a-half, but right now, the centre lane looks quite crowded.
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Canada just had its worst week ever for new COVID-19 cases
Canada's seven-day average has reached its highest point of the pandemic, marking a grim milestone as hospitalizations increase across the country.
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N.L. Premier Andrew Furey offers help to Ontario as it faces rising COVID-19 cases
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey has offered to help Ontario quell a spike in COVID-19 infections, although it’s unclear what that help might entail.
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