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Is it possible to mix-and-match COVID-19 vaccines? 2021-02-22 16:33:15Vaxx Populi: Some scientists think using different types of vaccines might confer more protection against variants of concern. A study could provide t

Canada must get serious about targeting Putin’s circle 2021-02-22 12:03:14Six years after Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was assassinated, Ottawa has made scant use of the laws he desperately wanted this country to

The House of Commons takes a stand on 2021-02-22 12:03:13Politics Insider for Feb. 22: The House votes on whether to call China's treatment of Uighurs 'genocide,' François Legault appears to have v

COVID-19 in Canada: How our battle against the 2021-02-22 07:00:09The latest numbers from across country showing where the virus is spreading, and how quickly The post COVID-19 in Canada: How our battle against the s

Dr. Bonnie Henry sits down with Paul Wells: 2021-02-19 12:26:04B.C.'s health officer sits down with senior writer Paul Wells to discuss the challenges of managing a year-long health crisis, and what comes next Th

How will Ontario schools keep kids safe during 2021-02-17 16:30:54With schools in the province reopening this week, many conflicted parents are wondering what improvements have been made. No one quite seems to know.

Bring them home 2021-02-17 14:26:23The rescue of the orphan ‘Amira’ has raised pressure on Ottawa to take back other children of Canadians who fought in Syria for ISIS&mdash

Why the b-word—bankruptcy—popped up in the Newfoundland election 2021-02-12 08:40:45Economist Wade Locke weighs in on the spectre of insolvency after Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie began using the dreaded word The post W

338Canada: Even Quebec’s heavy pandemic measures haven’t dented 2021-02-11 18:07:13Philippe J. Fournier: The latest projections suggest the CAQ would easily surpass its already commanding majority if an election were held The post 33

The Canadian military: not a picture of diversity 2021-02-11 16:18:25Image of the Week: The chief of defence staff tweeted an uplifting message about the military's drive for inclusiveness. The photo he included told a

What is Canada doing to hold the COVID 2021-02-11 12:29:19Case counts are falling, and provinces have begun opening up. But experts warn that more contagious strains like B.1.1.7 could soon dominate and lead

The joke that went to the Supreme Court 2021-02-10 11:48:04Comedian Mike Ward mocked a disabled boy. Nine years after the boy's family filed a complaint, the case tests the rights of artistic expression versu

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Muslim woman targeted in racist attack says call 2021-02-26 16:43:08A Black Muslim woman who was threatened and subjected to racial slurs at a south Edmonton LRT station says she has been doubly traumatized —&nbs

Raptors' Nurse, Siakam to miss Friday's game due 2021-02-26 14:38:22Head coach Nick Nurse and five other members of the coaching staff, will not be part of Friday night’s game against the Houston Rockets, because

Alberta judge rejects injunction to maintain last-resort opioid 2021-02-26 14:07:53An emergency court injunction that would have maintained a last-resort treatment for Albertans suffering from the most severe forms of opioid addictio

Canadian Medical Association elects first Indigenous president 2021-02-26 13:55:36The Canadian Medical Association has elected its first Indigenous president — a milestone that arrives as the health care sector grapples with i

WestJet to lay off undisclosed number of pilots 2021-02-26 13:53:31WestJet Airlines Ltd. says it is laying off an undisclosed number of pilots amid negotiations with the union that represents them.

Ontario alerts health-care workers about counterfeit N95 respirators 2021-02-26 13:48:04Ontario’s health ministry said Friday a number of counterfeit N95 respirators were sent to health-care providers and that it's now in

Canada Pension Plan chief resigns after getting vaccinated 2021-02-26 09:22:42The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the Unite

Health Canada approves AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine 2021-02-26 08:06:19Health Canada has approved use of the COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca, which is expected to arrive in Canada in the second and third quarters of thi

Anancy and the Turtle: Thunder Bay author shares 2021-02-26 07:30:00A folktale, shared for centuries by West Africans and passed down as a story of hope by their descendants, many of whom were enslaved and transported

Ontario man fined $3.8K at land border crossing 2021-02-26 05:00:00An Ontario man who says he normally has no problem crossing the Windsor-Detroit border for work was surprised to learn this week he's subject to new

Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue's remains from Alberta 2021-02-26 04:00:00The family of Cindy Gladue, a 36 year-old Cree-Metis woman whose killer was found guilty of manslaughter last week, wants Alberta’s Office of th

Assault victims angered by plea deal for 'dangerous' 2021-02-26 04:00:00Two women who were assaulted by Ottawa police Const. Eric Post say a plea deal brokered by the Crown diminishes the violence and fear the officer infl

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Canada adds 3,183 new COVID-19 cases amid AstraZeneca New! 2021-02-26 23:34:02To date, a total of 861,408 infections have been diagnosed in Canada, of which 809,046 have since recovered.

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole spent over $3.6M on New! 2021-02-26 22:13:37While all leadership candidates for political parties report on how much they've raised, how much they spent isn't required to be disclosed until si

WE Charity held 2 fundraised openings for same New! 2021-02-26 21:25:47Reed Cowan testified on Friday that he started raising money for Free The Children, as WE Charity was known at the time, after his son Wesley died in

Grande Prairie man killed in northern Alberta collision New! 2021-02-26 20:31:31RCMP are investigating fatal collision north of Grande Prairie Friday morning.

Battlefords’ Lighthouse emergency shelter shuttering its doors New! 2021-02-26 20:10:20The Lighthouse serving the Battlefords will no longer operate an emergency shelter program come April 1, due to substantial funding changes.

Devastated by pandemic, Kelowna tour bus company calling New! 2021-02-26 20:09:45Kelowna-based BlueStar Coachlines has a fleet of 26 tour buses. but only two are on the road these days. The rest are sitting idle.

Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre creates group to address inclusivity, New! 2021-02-26 19:56:42Cynthia Dyck and Yvette Nolan would lead Persephone Theatre's Artists' Working Group after facing backlash for its lack of diversity.

Future of former mill site in Kelowna’s north New! 2021-02-26 19:49:30"I'd like to see a nice boardwalk, bicycle trails, walking trails, place for maybe the kids can play and big development, high rises."

Long-running Mile End bookstore says it will be New! 2021-02-26 19:49:15S.W. Welch Books has been operating for nearly 40 years. But because its landlord is imposing a huge rent increase, the owner says the store will like

Kingston Police Deputy Chief announces retirement New! 2021-02-26 19:40:36Kingston police's Deputy Chief Chris Scott announces his retirement after more than three decades of service, 23 of which were in Kingston.

London, Ont., youth charged following robbery, police on 2021-02-26 18:09:24London police say a boy was reportedly robbed by a few youths he didn't know in a parking lot on Thursday in the 1000-block of Oxford Street West. &n

Sajjan not aware of allegations, investigation into McDonald 2021-02-26 18:08:43The spokesperson said that Sajjan had become aware of the allegations 'a number of weeks after Change of Command,' but did not specify any exact dat

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Couple who pleaded guilty in major drug bust 2021-02-26 17:55:15Cameron Mak and Charleen Teresa Flintroy were arrested and charged following an operation by the Vancouver police dubbed Project Trooper.

Site C Decision: Here's what people are saying 2021-02-26 17:54:36The Sierra Club called it a 'dark day' for B.C. while the West Moberly First Nations said it will launch a civil suit against the government.

B.C. society against medical assistance in dying gets 2021-02-26 17:48:52Fraser Health says plans are underway to ensure hospice beds can be reopened at the Irene Thomas Hospice within two weeks after the lease is terminate

Site C to proceed despite hitting $16 billion 2021-02-26 17:39:09Premier John Horgan argues going ahead is a better option than absorbing an estimated $10 billion cost to cancel the project "with nothing to show fo

Vancouver police under investigation after video shows officers 2021-02-26 17:12:31Zac Ratcliffe was in the area for a walk on Wednesday morning when he saw the body and police officers laughing and posing for photos in front of it.

Ferry sailings cancelled as wind warning in effect 2021-02-26 16:59:57Environment and Climate Change Canada has posted a wind warning, saying gusts of up to 90 km/h are expected Friday.

COVID-19: Workers at federal quarantine hotel near Vancouver 2021-02-26 16:58:22Unite Here Local 40 says the workers at the The Pacific Gateway Hotel voted to strike after the hotel threatened to terminate workers laid-o

B.C. permafrost warming comes with climate warning 2021-02-26 16:27:40The landscape in the far-northeastern corner of B.C., a broad swath of muskeg and boreal forest shaped by sporadic islands of permafrost, is warming u

B.C. Liberals to pick new leader Feb. 5, 2021-02-26 15:08:19The B.C. Liberals have officially launched the process to select the next leader of the party.

This Week in History: 1925 Hockey legend Frank 2021-02-26 15:07:11The innovator thought dropping a player and curbing bodychecking would speed up hockey.

RCMP union protests Bonnie Henry's 'offensive' comments about 2021-02-24 23:39:59The union says it's unfair to blame the RCMP for the government's negligence over "scarce and sometimes non-existent" mental health and addiction

Neighbourhood resident thinks city's approach to Strathcona Park 2021-02-24 22:29:59Father of two is infuriated by city's inaction at local park.

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Body discovered after home destroyed by explosion in New! 2021-02-27 08:16:56The SQ does not yet know what caused the explosion or the fire.

While you were sleeping: How about those Habs? New! 2021-02-27 08:08:28But anyway, Jake Allen will be in goal for the Montreal Canadiens Saturday night.

'Everything changed' the day Quebec's Patient One walked New! 2021-02-27 07:09:21WEEKEND READ | A year ago, the province confirmed its first COVID-19 case. "It was then that we saw the future."

By the numbers: Canadiens' identity a riddle wrapped New! 2021-02-27 06:00:59Habs have been the best team in the NHL in 5-vs-5, by a wide margin, but metrics show they need an overhaul in virtually every other area.

Montreal weather: A little snow early, then switching New! 2021-02-27 06:00:47Increasing cloudiness with snow beginning in the morning, then changing to rain in the afternoon.

Karl Lohnes: Black, white and retro are top New! 2021-02-27 06:00:23Creating functional outdoor space will be more important than ever this summer, since they can be our socially distanced entertaining venue.

Josh Freed: Whatever's leading Legault to his decisions, New! 2021-02-27 06:00:13When our premier suggests Quebec’s falling COVID-19 case rates are linked to our curfew, he’s taking credit for a natural phenomenon, like

Canadiens Notebook: Jake Allen will be in goal New! 2021-02-26 22:37:30New coach Dominique Ducharme will give Carey Price, who has a 3.13 goals-against average and a .888 save percentage, a break against Jets.

Former Canadiens GM Irving Grundman dies at 92 New! 2021-02-26 21:47:36He was skilled businessman and knowledgeable executive who “dedicated his life to the city he cherished,” the Canadiens organization said.

Montreal hotel owners forced to close their pools New! 2021-02-26 21:41:07It seems the decree governing what can reopen was quietly changed in the last 24 hours to ban hotels in red zones from opening their pools.

Montrealers cure COVID-19 blues with a trip to 2021-02-26 17:53:11Guests were asked to disinfect their hands, switch their face coverings and proceed to purchase their tickets at the physically distanced kiosks on re

'My goal is to be in Montreal,' CF 2021-02-26 17:22:06Former Impact defender said he has had a crush on the city since he arrived here as a player in 2015.


This Toronto influencer moved to Mexico during the New! 2021-02-27 07:23:32If you're prone to wanderlust and missing the sun something fierce as winter drags on, please note that this story might give you ideas that some peo

Adorable sick coyote siblings rescued after caught eating New! 2021-02-27 07:01:08If you've spotted a coyote around Toronto lately, you're certainly not alone, as sightings of the species and of wild animals, in general, have

People in Toronto wondering what's inside 1962 time New! 2021-02-27 06:40:52Since it was put in the ground nearly 60 years ago, a time capsule has remained untouched as thousands of people have walked across the sidewalk into

Meet the woman keeping one of Toronto's favourite New! 2021-02-27 06:37:38Toronto's popular Bad Dog Theatre closed its doors last summer due to COVID-19, but thanks to the work of Artistic and Managing Director Coko Galore

Downtown Toronto's newest bubble tea shop tops its New! 2021-02-27 06:30:54Mochi balls, the Japanese sweets made from sticky rice, are typically eaten alone.But as of late, these these glutinous desserts have been making thei

Toronto family completed their dream home in Blue New! 2021-02-27 06:28:37One Toronto family wound up completing their dream home in Blue Mountain just as the pandemic hit, meaning their plans to entertain in the splashy new

Popular Mexican restaurant empire expands again with a New! 2021-02-27 06:27:47A popular local Mexican restaurant chain has expanded with a new location, not expecting to open it just as the pandemic hit.Playa Cabana started out

This is what a $2 million townhouse with New! 2021-02-27 05:58:07Toronto homes come in all shapes and sizes — from little tiny micro ones, long and narrow units, and multimillion-dollar penthouses, but a new t

Handmaid's Tale writer reveals challenges of filming in New! 2021-02-27 05:51:07Filming for the highly-anticipated fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale officially wrapped in Toronto this week, and Hulu announced Friday that the f

Toronto man has taken photos of over 100 New! 2021-02-27 05:30:36With just about 400 bird species in Toronto, Nathan Cole has photographed over 100, and he isn't putting his camera down anytime soon."Especially du

Queer community centres refuse to be threatened as New! 2021-02-27 05:25:54It's difficult to view the impending one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Canada as anything other than a bleak milestone. Desp

Computer graphics cards sold out across Toronto as New! 2021-02-27 05:00:00A year spent in quarantine has led to endless hobbies being picked up by people looking to keep themselves busy. Most recently, gamers have found

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