The Home Front: New design duo set to open Gastown studio

A look at Arcade, the new studio opening as a partnership between Lock & Mortice and Matthew McCormick Studio
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78% of Edmonton public schools have COVID-19 cases; ‘We have an incomplete picture’
Trustees wrote a "strongly worded" letter to the province, asking it to bring back contact tracing, mandatory isolation for close contacts and sharing COVID-19 data with schools. 
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Ryerson Elementary School to undergo name change due to residential school connections: division
The Winnipeg elementary school was named in 1972 for Egerton Ryerson, an educator and minister whose work was instrumental in creating Canada's residential school system. 
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COVID-19: 4 new cases in Peterborough area including at Kenner Collegiate; active cases fall to 19
The health unit's Go Vaxx Bus will be at Lang Pioneer Village museum in Keene and at Lansdowne Place mall in Peterborough on Sunday for COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
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Montreal Native Women’s Shelter cuts ties with Quebec youth protection agency, citing racism
The Native Women's Shelter says it is suspending its participation in a joint committee with Batshaw over the latter's failure to take action on issues of systemic racism.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan surpasses 300 hospitalizations, province expands booster program
The Saskatchewan government has announced they are moving to phase two of their COVID-19 booster program as the province recorded 10 more deaths on Tuesday.
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South Okanagan man facing charges after shooting deer in residential area: RCMP
Police also said a number of long guns that were properly stored were seized from his residence.
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No injuries to pilot after float plane makes emergency landing on lake near airport
The plane lost power and the pilot was hoping to land at the airport outside Halifax, but didn't make it.
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No spectators permitted at high school sporting events in Kingston, Ont.
High School sports may be coming back to the Kingston area, but student-athletes will be playing in front of empty stands, at least for the time being.
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Dalhousie University asked to revisit dry residence policy after massive street party
With the school prohibiting alcohol in residence, 'they're going to find other places to go,' says the president of the student union.
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Five strange things that were up for rent in the ‘sharing economy’
There's an Airbnb-type service for far more than home rentals these days The post Five strange things that were up for rent in the ‘sharing economy’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Pfizer submits COVID vaccine trial data on young children to FDA, plans EUA request soon
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Sept. 30 recognized by government as 1st Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan government is recognizing Sept. 30, 2021, as the Day for Truth and Reconciliation in the province.
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Canadiens newcomer Dvorak impresses Ducharme with his hockey smarts
“He’s a really focused guy," coach says of centreman. "He’s having fun quietly with the guys, but he comes in and he’s pretty much business."
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Amid COVID-19 surge, new restrictions coming for B.C.’s eastern Fraser Valley
Municipalities affected are Chilliwack, Hope, Mission, Harrison Hot Spring, Agassiz and Abbotsford.
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BC Hydro, province lay out plan to move away from fossil fuels
British Columbia's premier says the plan could reduce climate-polluting greenhouse gas emissions by about 930,000 tonnes by 2026.
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COVID-19 booster shots now recommended for long-term care residents: NACI
All seniors living in congregate settings should be offered a 3rd COVID-19 shot at least six months after their last dose, NACI said.
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COVID-19: 79 KHSC staff left needing to show proof of vaccination
KHSC says 57 of 136 staff members who failed to show proof of first-dose COVID-19 vaccinations by a Sept. 22 deadline have done so as of Tuesday. 
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Halifax expands its affordable housing grant program from $200K to $400K
The money will be used for projects within HRM and the other half will be used anywhere within the municipality.
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Roughly 15,000 unvaccinated Quebec health-care workers face suspension
PQ calls for possible extension of vaccination deadline, warns of further disruption of health care services.
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Hotel shortage forced COVID-positive cases to isolate at Kelowna homeless shelter, operator says
A "crisis point" was reached when the two designated hotels, usually used to house COVID-positive shelter residents, were full, the shelter operator said.
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Ontario farm, owner facing charges tied to 2020 COVID-19 outbreak involving migrant workers
A migrant worker died amid the outbreak at Scotlynn Sweetpac Growers in Vittoria.
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Long-term care residents in B.C. to start getting COVID-19 vaccine booster next week
COVID-19 booster shots will be offered to residents in long-term care and assisted living starting next week, B.C. health officials said Tuesday.
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Native Women's Shelter suspends work with Batshaw Youth and Family Centres
The Montreal shelter says recommendations for helping Indigenous children and families in the youth protection system have not been acted upon.
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B.C. government lays out $260-million, five-year plan to move away from fossil fuels
More than $50 million will be spent to attract industries to B.C. to run their businesses and reduce their carbon footprint by using hydroelectricity.
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National vaccine panel recommends COVID-19 boosters for long-term care residents
Canadians living in long-term care homes and other congregate-care settings should receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot, Canada's vaccine advisory body recommended on Tuesday.
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COVID-19: N.S. records 32 new cases, resumes notifications for school cases
According to the province, a man in his 70s in Northern Zone has died from COVID-19.
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Structure fire at Melbourne Road address leaves 1 dead: Middlesex OPP
Few details are known, but police said the call came in around 10:20 a.m. Tuesday for a blaze at a property on Melbourne Road in Southwest Middlesex.
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How to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Peterborough and area
A number of events will be held in Peterborough, Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha First Nation to mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
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Travellers to P.E.I. to be tested for COVID-19 at its borders starting Thursday
P.E.I. health officials reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the number of active cases in the province to nine.
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Syringes reused at B.C. pharmacy giving COVID-19 vaccine; college investigating
Syringes were reused for COVID-19 vaccines at a B.C. pharmacy, the Fraser Health Authority has confirmed.
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