'We're all tired': Iqaluit residents unable to drink tap water for nearly 2 months

It's been almost two months since Iqaluit's tap water was declared undrinkable.
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Toronto police release suspect vehicle image after fatal hit-and-run
Toronto police say they have released an image believed to be the suspect vehicle wanted in connection with a fatal pedestrian-involved collision that killed a 52-year-old man.
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5 things to know for Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Millions of dollars have been raised in support of truckers protesting a vaccine mandate, a majority of Canadians say they may support fines for the unvaccinated, and Keith Yandle is set to break one of the most difficult NHL records. Here's what you need to know today.
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RCMP make preventive terrorism arrests in Ontario, Quebec
Two minors were arrested on terrorism peace bonds, at least one related to ISIS.
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Nicolas: The CAQ is disconnected with the reality of Montreal
Ignoring Montreal's public health director is just a symptom of a larger problem with this government.
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Montreal is looking for the greatest snowman on Earth (or at least the city)
​​Rolling snowballs to make a snowman is fine, says snow sculptor Mélineige Beauregard, but strictly for amateurs.
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Canadians want workplace flexibility for personal emergencies: survey
According to a December survey on employee mental health, the top thing that Canadians are looking for from their employers is full flexibility in being able to step away from work if they have a personal emergency, with almost a third of Canadians saying this is a priority.
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Sharing profits with workers is a surefire formula for business success and economic growth
Canada needs an economic charter of rights that includes the right of workers to participate in their companies’ profits, Frank Stronach writes.
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Toronto has removed thousands of tonnes of snow from city streets in the past week. Then why are sidewalks still so dangerous?
Need proof the city prioritizes drivers over people on foot? Just look out your window at who is moving safely down the road and who isn’t.
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The breakup was bad, so why can’t I move on entirely? Ask Ellie
Also, readers offer advice about dealing with an alcoholic, ranting husband.
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Amid back-to-school turmoil, York’s controversial hybrid classrooms embraced by some families
Heavily criticized learning model offers a fallback for families as Omicron cases continue to surge.
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Shaw St. fire victim still in hospital as community rallies around displaced residents, tries to help his mother get to Canada
A group of community volunteers are raising money to support the displaced residents of 828 Shaw St. after a four-alarm blaze Jan. 15.
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Customers are reporting bare shelves and product shortages at grocery stores but retailers say there is no food shortage, yet
Customers notice random items — lettuce, meat, eggs and cereal — out of stock
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London police investigating Downing Street lockdown parties
London police said Tuesday they are now investigating parties during lockdown at Downing Street. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick revealed that an investigation was underway in a statement before the London Assembly.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Groups representing Canada's paramedics call for improved mental health services
Meanwhile, a vaccine hesitancy expert is voicing concern about the slow vaccination rate of children between the ages of five and 11 in Canada.
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Crime Beat podcast: Shattered by a call – the story of Taylor Toller, Al Pennylegion and Shawn Boschuk
Senior crime reporter Nancy Hixt shares the story of Taylor Toller, Alan Pennylegion and Shawn Boshuk in the latest episode of Crime Beat podcast, ‘Shattered by a call.'
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How many kids aged 5 to 11 have been vaccinated in your Toronto neighbourhood? You might be surprised
Even with dozens of equity-driven campaigns by public health officials, vaccination rates remain stubbornly low in some parts of the city.
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‘When is this going to end?’ Canadians’ anxiety nears 2020 levels as pandemic drags on
Economic uncertainty and other pandemic stressors are enduring for many Canadians, the latest CAMH research finds.
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‘We’re doing the work of public health’: Parents set up school contact-tracing groups on Facebook, Whatsapp
With public health not reporting most classroom outbreaks, some parents are using messaging and spreadsheets to try to track COVID cases.
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Long-term-care residents struggle with loneliness, physical and mental decline amid staffing ‘crisis’
Omicron’s swift spread through long-term care is crushing a workforce worn from two years of COVID, with some workers leaving for good. And residents are paying the price.
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Paramedics, dispatchers call for more resources as mental health issues spike
Groups representing Canada's paramedics are calling for improved mental health services as staff shortages and unprecedented call volumes fuelled by the pandemic and the overdose crisis take a toll on workers.
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Frazzled Shapovalov pushed Nadal to the limit but wild quarterfinal loss is the one that got away
The hole Shapovalov dug for himself with early erratic play in Aussie Open quarterfinal was too deep as he fell to a legend seeking a record 21st major title.
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Horoscope for Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022
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