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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COVID-19: B.C.'s front-line worker vaccination program should resume as AstraZeneca gets nod from Health Canada
Vaccination program for young front-line workers was suspended after blood-clot concerns linked to vaccine
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Federal regulations governing tugboat industry not "up to the task"
Calls for change intensify after fatal sinking. "When workers go to sea, they expect to come back to their families," says NDP transportation critic Taylor Bachrach.
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COVID-19: Vaccine Hunters Canada volunteers working to eliminate booking appointment barriers
“Until it’s to the point where getting a vaccine isn’t a race against time to book an appointment then we will be done.”
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B.C. government wants cash seized from Jaguar rented by rapper's dad
Driving the vehicle was an Ontario man named Kevon Henry, the manager for Toronto rapper Pressa, who is a close associate of several Brothers Keepers gang members in B.C.
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Leslie McBain: Every day my inbox brings me stories of deaths and harms caused by toxic drugs
Opinion: Families whose loved ones are suffering and dying aren't broken but we're tired of waiting for a system of care, crying over losing our kids
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George Floyd died of heart disease, auto exhaust fumes: defense expert
The expert testified that he would classify the manner of death “undetermined,” rather than homicide, as the county’s chief medical examiner ruled.
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Senior's death at Lévis long-term care facility could have been avoided, coroner says
Jacques Lévesque died at Manoir Liverpool of suffocation during an episode of hypoglycemia.
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Moms march through DTES to mark fifth anniversary of opioid emergency declaration
Two dozen members of Moms Stop the Harm, a group who all buried their children after fatal drug overdoses, demonstrated for harm reduction and safe supply.
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Saskatoon Indigenous outreach program focuses on cultural connections
Saskatoon Tribal Council Chief Mark Arcand is looking to expand a “by Indigenous, for Indigenous” outreach program that focuses on cultural connections.
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‘The same sadness and more lives lost’: Frontline workers reflect on 5 years of B.C.’s overdose crisis
Since 2016 more than 7,000 people have died of an overdose. One harm reduction advocate says "these deaths are "preventable."
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Free on-demand shuttles to accompany Edmonton’s bus network redesign
On April 25, Edmonton's first major bus network revamp in years will go live and it's going to be supplemented by on-demand shuttle buses.
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Liberal MP apologizes for accidentally appearing on House of Commons broadcast in the nude
Will Amos, who represents Pontiac, Que., in the House of Commons, did not realize his video camera was on while he was changing into work clothes after a jog on Wednesday.
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Modelling shows more work needed to stop COVID from overwhelming B.C. hospitals
The report's modelling found that hospitalization numbers are projected to rise above capacity in May unless virus transmission, driven by a rise in virus variants that spread more easily and cause worse outcomes, is brought under control.
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Eight arrested in Vancouver protests against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project
Police say demonstrators had chained themselves to the entrances and exits at 250 Howe Street and 999 West Hastings Street, causing " a serious safety hazard."
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COVID-19: Unlicensed Kelowna gym under investigation for anti-mask, anti-vaccine policies
The website for Flow Academy previously stated that face coverings are banned in the martial arts school and new memberships would be denied to people who have been vaccinated.
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Surrey RCMP issues $17,000 in COVID-19 restriction fines in one week
Five of the tickets were handed out after complaints of gatherings in private homes -- including one where 22 people were found gathered in a residence in Newton.
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COVID-19: B.C. extends ban on indoor dining; critics say it's not enough
Health Minister Adrian Dix disputed suggestions that the current measures restricting some indoor activities aren't enough to stop transmission.
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‘Extensive’ damage reported at Stoney Creek seniors’ apartment building after 3-alarm fire
Emergency crews were called to the building on Stoney Brook Drive, near Gray and Queenston roads, just before 7 p.m. on Wednesday. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
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Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions to make up outsized portion of what climate can bear: study
Greenhouse gas emissions from Canada's oil and gas industry will make up an outsized share of the remaining carbon the world's atmosphere can take, a new analysis suggests.
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Microchip shortage shorting supply of new models, say Big Three dealers in Manitoba
Leaders of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler stores are feeling the pinch.
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Have your say: Do you think Ontario has done enough to ensure a steady supply of vaccines?
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Vaughn Palmer: B.C. NDP won't hit back at Ottawa's vaccine blame game
Opinion: The more vaccine we get, the more jabs we'll deliver, Dix says
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ReLeaf tree planting program kicks off as Winnipeg foresters prepare for busy summer
A Winnipeg non-profits says it has doubled its tree planting stock this spring due to a surge in demand.
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Edmonton police charge man in alleged $300K cheque scam
Edmonton police said Farid Fadaie was charged on Feb. 12, 2021 with seven counts of fraud over $5,000.
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COVID-19: Toronto transit riders and drivers still crammed into crowded buses
While the TTC makes efforts to control congestion, bus riders are urged to stagger their work schedules to allow for better distancing and reduced risk of COVID-19 exposure.
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Saskatchewan Trucking Association criticizes Supreme Court ruling on carbon tax
A manager of government and policy with a Saskatchewan trucking group said the industry is supportive of meeting environmental standards, but needs the government's help to do so.
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B.C. in 'danger zone' as experts warn hospitals could be overwhelmed in May
A group of B.C.'s top infectious disease modellers is warning the province's hospitals could be overwhelmed by COVID-19 cases as early as next month if infections continue to increase at their current rate.
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Have your say: With the cherry blossoms being fenced off this year, do you still plan on visiting High Park?
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Martin Regg Cohn: One of Ontario’s biggest unions has gone to war — with its own unionized workers
Under the cover of COVID-19, democracy delayed is democracy denied, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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COVID-19 pivot: Alberta barber opens shop in ‘the world’s largest man cave’
Coming up with new ways to carry on is something a lot of Canadian business people have been struggling with during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sand deliveries in Kelowna neighbourhoods ‘a precaution’: City
Every year, between April and May, local streams and creeks swell with melted snow from the mountains. 
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Housing units for Chinese seniors being lost as Chinatown buildings are sold
B.C. Minister of Housing David Eby said he would ensure seniors at 333 E Pender could stay.
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