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How Kim's Convenience showcases the difficulties faced by diverse creators

Following the cancellation of Kim's Convenience, both fans and cast members expressed their shock and sorrow over the end of the show. But some in the industry say the emotion over its cancellation is partly because there aren't enough shows like it in Canada
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How Kim's Convenience showcases the difficulties faced by diverse creators

Following the cancellation of Kim's Convenience, both fans and cast members expressed their shock and sorrow over the end of the show. But some in the industry say the emotion over its cancellation is partly because there aren't enough shows like it in Canada.

Canada's methane emissions are likely undercounted, and that makes them harder to cut

The government estimates methane emissions in the oil and gas sector by mostly relying on mathematical modelling based on a small number of field measurements. But researchers say the government is underestimating those emissions, and better measurement techn
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Canada's methane emissions are likely undercounted, and that makes them harder to cut

The government estimates methane emissions in the oil and gas sector by mostly relying on mathematical modelling based on a small number of field measurements. But researchers say the government is underestimating those emissions, and better measurement techniques are possible.

Biden calls a halt to America's war in Afghanistan — but it's a long way from over

Saying it was «time to end America's longest war» after two decades, U.S. President Joe Biden has announced his country's pending military withdrawal from Afghanistan. For Americans, the war will soon end. For Afghans, however, it will continue
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Biden calls a halt to America's war in Afghanistan — but it's a long way from over

Saying it was «time to end America's longest war» after two decades, U.S. President Joe Biden has announced his country's pending military withdrawal from Afghanistan. For Americans, the war will soon end. For Afghans, however, it will continue — and may even get worse.

Courier giant DHL padded own pockets with 'hidden fees,' class action alleges

A Vancouver law firm is going to court against DHL, alleging the courier giant was «unjustly enriched» by misrepresenting some of the fees it charges customers.
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Courier giant DHL padded own pockets with 'hidden fees,' class action alleges

A Vancouver law firm is going to court against DHL, alleging the courier giant was «unjustly enriched» by misrepresenting some of the fees it charges customers.

Conservatives' climate plan would replace Liberal carbon tax with lower one of their own

After years of criticizing the Liberal carbon tax, the Conservative party is proposing a climate plan that also puts a price on carbon for consumers, according to a copy of the party's climate change plan obtained by CBC News.
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Conservatives' climate plan would replace Liberal carbon tax with lower one of their own

After years of criticizing the Liberal carbon tax, the Conservative party is proposing a climate plan that also puts a price on carbon for consumers, according to a copy of the party's climate change plan obtained by CBC News.

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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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.

AstraZeneca very safe, effective, with extremely rare risk of clots: Health Canada

There is enough evidence to say the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may cause very rare blood clots but the shot is still extremely safe, very effective and will remain on the Canadian market, Health Canada said Wednesday.
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AstraZeneca very safe, effective, with extremely rare risk of clots: Health Canada

There is enough evidence to say the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may cause very rare blood clots but the shot is still extremely safe, very effective and will remain on the Canadian market, Health Canada said Wednesday.

Students, graduates, politicians decry 'devastating' cuts at Laurentian University

Students at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., continue to react to news the school is cutting dozens of programs and laying off about 100 professors.
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Students, graduates, politicians decry 'devastating' cuts at Laurentian University

Students at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., continue to react to news the school is cutting dozens of programs and laying off about 100 professors.

Alberta NDP would likely form majority if election held today, new poll suggests

If an election in Alberta were held today, the NDP would likely win a majority as support for the governing United Conservative Party plummets, according to a new poll commissioned by CBC News. 
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Alberta NDP would likely form majority if election held today, new poll suggests

If an election in Alberta were held today, the NDP would likely win a majority as support for the governing United Conservative Party plummets, according to a new poll commissioned by CBC News. 

Lessons from Quebec City's gym outbreak, one of Canada's largest COVID-19 superspreading events

We still don’t know exactly how it started, but the outbreak has become one of the largest recorded COVID-19 superspreading events in Canada. Experts say it serves as a cautionary tale as the country contends with more transmissible variants of the coronavi
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Lessons from Quebec City's gym outbreak, one of Canada's largest COVID-19 superspreading events

We still don’t know exactly how it started, but the outbreak has become one of the largest recorded COVID-19 superspreading events in Canada. Experts say it serves as a cautionary tale as the country contends with more transmissible variants of the coronavirus.

Airline deal means taxpayers once again take a risk on corporate Canada

Wily negotiations by former business boss Michael Sabia mean Canadian taxpayers may actually profit from Ottawa's roughly $6 billion bailout of Air Canada.
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Airline deal means taxpayers once again take a risk on corporate Canada

Wily negotiations by former business boss Michael Sabia mean Canadian taxpayers may actually profit from Ottawa's roughly $6 billion bailout of Air Canada.

Alta., Ont., Sask. and N.B. signing agreement to explore small nuclear reactors

Alberta is to join three other provinces to explore the feasibility of small modular nuclear reactors as a clean energy option.
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Alta., Ont., Sask. and N.B. signing agreement to explore small nuclear reactors

Alberta is to join three other provinces to explore the feasibility of small modular nuclear reactors as a clean energy option.

Quebec adds 1,559 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths as hospitalizations rise again

Quebec is reporting 1,559 more people have contracted COVID-19, with hospitalizations continuing to rise Wednesday.
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Quebec adds 1,559 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths as hospitalizations rise again

Quebec is reporting 1,559 more people have contracted COVID-19, with hospitalizations continuing to rise Wednesday.

About 10K vaccination appointments cancelled at two Ontario clinics due to lack of supply

Some 10,000 COVID-19 vaccine appointments that were scheduled to take place at two clinics in Scarborough, Ont., between Wednesday and Monday are now being cancelled due to a lack of supply.
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About 10K vaccination appointments cancelled at two Ontario clinics due to lack of supply

Some 10,000 COVID-19 vaccine appointments that were scheduled to take place at two clinics in Scarborough, Ont., between Wednesday and Monday are now being cancelled due to a lack of supply.

Indigenous TikToker uses platform to call out mass contamination of Yellowknife's toxic Giant Mine

A TikToker from Yellowknives Dene First Nation who's using her platform to call out the toxic contamination from the now-abandoned Giant Mine in Yellowknife, has helped push the issue to the attention of federal government.
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Indigenous TikToker uses platform to call out mass contamination of Yellowknife's toxic Giant Mine

A TikToker from Yellowknives Dene First Nation who's using her platform to call out the toxic contamination from the now-abandoned Giant Mine in Yellowknife, has helped push the issue to the attention of federal government.

Ontario reports more than 4,100 new COVID-19 cases, ICU admissions near 650

COVID-19 case numbers in Ontario have climbed back above the 4,000 mark as the number of patients in intensive care continues to climb.
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Ontario reports more than 4,100 new COVID-19 cases, ICU admissions near 650

COVID-19 case numbers in Ontario have climbed back above the 4,000 mark as the number of patients in intensive care continues to climb.

May 3 targeted as new date for reopening of Atlantic bubble

The reopening of the Atlantic bubble has been delayed until May 3, the four Atlantic premiers said in a joint statement released shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday.
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May 3 targeted as new date for reopening of Atlantic bubble

The reopening of the Atlantic bubble has been delayed until May 3, the four Atlantic premiers said in a joint statement released shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Resistance to Alberta's COVID-19 health restrictions is growing, experts warn

A church west of Edmonton, the scene of a large protest Sunday after it was forcibly closed by Alberta Health Services last week, has become emblematic of a widening fissure in Alberta.
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Resistance to Alberta's COVID-19 health restrictions is growing, experts warn

A church west of Edmonton, the scene of a large protest Sunday after it was forcibly closed by Alberta Health Services last week, has become emblematic of a widening fissure in Alberta.

Why doctors, advocates are calling for permanent paid sick days for Canadian workers

Worker and patient advocates in multiple provinces are calling for permanent paid sick days, arguing that the federal COVID-19 sick leave benefit has too many restrictions for lower-income, precarious and migrant workers.
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Why doctors, advocates are calling for permanent paid sick days for Canadian workers

Worker and patient advocates in multiple provinces are calling for permanent paid sick days, arguing that the federal COVID-19 sick leave benefit has too many restrictions for lower-income, precarious and migrant workers.

Ontario releases more details on how people in COVID-19 hot spots can get the vaccine

The Ontario government has released more details on how people in eligible groups and in COVID-19 hot spots can get their vaccine.
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Ontario releases more details on how people in COVID-19 hot spots can get the vaccine

The Ontario government has released more details on how people in eligible groups and in COVID-19 hot spots can get their vaccine.

Why some Canadians believe delaying their COVID-19 vaccination is the ethical choice

Canadians are having to find their own answers to the ethical question of when it is right for them to get the COVID-19 vaccine: as soon as they are eligible or after more vulnerable Canadians have gotten their dose.
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Why some Canadians believe delaying their COVID-19 vaccination is the ethical choice

Canadians are having to find their own answers to the ethical question of when it is right for them to get the COVID-19 vaccine: as soon as they are eligible or after more vulnerable Canadians have gotten their dose.

Terms and conditions: How to get your refund from Air Canada

Canadians can now apply for refunds from Air Canada for cancelled flights as part of the government's financial assistance package to the embattled airline.
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Terms and conditions: How to get your refund from Air Canada

Canadians can now apply for refunds from Air Canada for cancelled flights as part of the government's financial assistance package to the embattled airline.

Ontario reports more than 3,600 new COVID-19 cases as positivity rate crosses 10 per cent

More than 3,600 new COVID-19 infections were found across Ontario as health officials reported the highest positivity rate since last April.
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Ontario reports more than 3,600 new COVID-19 cases as positivity rate crosses 10 per cent

More than 3,600 new COVID-19 infections were found across Ontario as health officials reported the highest positivity rate since last April.

'You're not invincible,' says 22-year-old who was hospitalized with coronavirus variant

A 22-year-old Winnipeg man who spent nine days in hospital with COVID-19 has a warning for young people - you're not invincible.
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'You're not invincible,' says 22-year-old who was hospitalized with coronavirus variant

A 22-year-old Winnipeg man who spent nine days in hospital with COVID-19 has a warning for young people - you're not invincible.

New federal budget needs to deliver on government's social finance and innovation commitments

As we look for solutions to pressing crises – from climate change to the global pandemic – social innovation and social finance should be in our government's toolkit, write Victor Beausoleil, Marie J. Bouchard and Carole Anne Hilton.
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New federal budget needs to deliver on government's social finance and innovation commitments

As we look for solutions to pressing crises – from climate change to the global pandemic – social innovation and social finance should be in our government's toolkit, write Victor Beausoleil, Marie J. Bouchard and Carole Anne Hilton.

State actors are looking to join political parties to 'exert influence,' chair of security committee warns

Foreign governments are looking to meddle in Canada's democratic institutions and the government's foreign interference warning system should alert Canadians to state actors' «traditional» election tricks, says the chair of one of Canada's nat
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State actors are looking to join political parties to 'exert influence,' chair of security committee warns

Foreign governments are looking to meddle in Canada's democratic institutions and the government's foreign interference warning system should alert Canadians to state actors' «traditional» election tricks, says the chair of one of Canada's national security committees.

'An ugly stain for years to come': Laurentian University interests reeling from staff, program cuts

Monday was one of the worst days on record for the Laurentian University community, with the news some 100 professors lost their jobs and dozens of programs were axed leaving some reeling. «I've got friends and colleagues whose lives are destroyed,&raq
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'An ugly stain for years to come': Laurentian University interests reeling from staff, program cuts

Monday was one of the worst days on record for the Laurentian University community, with the news some 100 professors lost their jobs and dozens of programs were axed leaving some reeling. «I've got friends and colleagues whose lives are destroyed,» says one professor.

Fully vaccinated but still in lockdown, long-term care resident says she's treated 'less than human'

Chelsea Dreher, 32, is fully vaccinated after receiving her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in late February, but she hasn’t been able to leave her ward, go outside or visit other residents for almost two weeks.
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Fully vaccinated but still in lockdown, long-term care resident says she's treated 'less than human'

Chelsea Dreher, 32, is fully vaccinated after receiving her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in late February, but she hasn’t been able to leave her ward, go outside or visit other residents for almost two weeks.

Flood-causing beavers must be 'eradicated,' says mayor of Quebec town

They might be a beloved Canadian symbol, but beavers are being anything but patriotic these days in the small municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Que., where dams have caused extensive flooding.
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Flood-causing beavers must be 'eradicated,' says mayor of Quebec town

They might be a beloved Canadian symbol, but beavers are being anything but patriotic these days in the small municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Que., where dams have caused extensive flooding.

Liberals, Bloc vote to end Commons defence committee hearings on military misconduct

One of two parliamentary investigations into sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is being shut down. The governing Liberals, with the support of the Bloc Québécois, have called an end to defence committee hearings this week over the the objections
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Liberals, Bloc vote to end Commons defence committee hearings on military misconduct

One of two parliamentary investigations into sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is being shut down. The governing Liberals, with the support of the Bloc Québécois, have called an end to defence committee hearings this week over the the objections of Conservatives and New Democrats.

Man pleads not guilty to supplying ammunition in Nova Scotia mass shooting case

One of the three people who allegedly supplied ammunition to the gunman who murdered 22 people in Nova Scotia last spring has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
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Man pleads not guilty to supplying ammunition in Nova Scotia mass shooting case

One of the three people who allegedly supplied ammunition to the gunman who murdered 22 people in Nova Scotia last spring has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Alberta predicting no more masks or COVID-19 isolation by mid-September

With the opening of rapid flow-through vaccination centres around the province, including two «mega clinics» in Alberta's largest cities, the premier expects the province to be «back to normal» in the fall.
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Alberta predicting no more masks or COVID-19 isolation by mid-September

With the opening of rapid flow-through vaccination centres around the province, including two «mega clinics» in Alberta's largest cities, the premier expects the province to be «back to normal» in the fall.

Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

An expert investigating hate groups says a weekend gathering outside an Alberta church charged with violating COVID-19 regulations is exemplary of the increasing number of far-right groups and conspiracy theorists who've latched on to the anti-lockdown and an
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Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

An expert investigating hate groups says a weekend gathering outside an Alberta church charged with violating COVID-19 regulations is exemplary of the increasing number of far-right groups and conspiracy theorists who've latched on to the anti-lockdown and anti-mask movement.

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