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Foreign interference in Canada hitting Cold War levels thanks to Covid-19, says spy agency

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Foreign spying and interference in Canada last year hit levels not seen since the Cold War, in part because of vulnerabilities caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the main Canadian spy agency said on Monday, The Canadia...

NHL grapples with vaccine inequity between U.S. and Canada

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The New York Rangers gave players, coaches and staff a day off this week so they could get vaccinated against COVID-19. "We’re very fortunate to be able to get that vaccine," Trouba said. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS ...

Covid-19 variants have likely replaced original virus in many parts of Canada, health officials say

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Canadian public health officials say a rapidly spreading variant likely has now replaced the original Covid-19 virus in many parts of the country, and new variants are making younger people sicker and sending more t...

Variants fuel increasing hospitalizations and lockdowns in Canada

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Canada continues to see rising new daily cases of Covid-19 and hospitalizations as officials warn the variants are spreading rapidly and are a threat to younger Canadians. "Even if the end of the pandemic is in sigh...

A retired teacher tracks down dozens of students across Canada to return their childhood diaries

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A retired Canadian teacher is giving some of his former students a look back at their childhoods by returning long-forgotten diaries they wrote decades ago in his class. In the late 1970s and the 1980s, Hugh Brittai...

Canada Post is sending every household a postcard to send to a loved one for free

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Canada Post is sending a free prepaid postcard to every household in the country to help citizens stay connected during the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic. The government postal agency is planning to send ab...

Canada vowed to protect its Indigenous women. But they are still being blamed for their own deaths

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February marked the culmination of a nearly decade-long legal saga that raised national questions about how Canada treats Indigenous women. Cindy Gladue, a 36-year-old Canadian Cree-Métis mother of three, bled to de...

Trudeau warns of a dangerous third wave as Canada copes with a vaccine ‘drought’

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Ottawa Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Canadians that public health measures, including restrictions on indoor social gatherings, would have to continue for weeks to comes as new Covid-19 variants, and a slow va...

Canada backs away from national handgun ban and will leave it up to communities

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Ottawa The Canadian government proposed legislation Tuesday that would allow local communities to ban handguns, but it backed away from supporting a national handgun ban. "These are the strongest measures to fight g...

Canada will list the Proud Boys movement as a terrorist group

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Ottawa, Canada Canada announced Wednesday that the Proud Boys will be designated as a terrorist entity along with 12 other groups. The Proud Boys will be deemed an "ideologically motivated violent extremist group" ...

Shutout by allies, Canada will produce its own vaccines by the end of 2021

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Ottawa Canada says it has signed a tentative agreement with US vaccine firm Novavax to produce millions of doses of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate at a facility in Montreal. The agreement, announced Tuesday by Canadi...

Trudeau says Canada needs to ‘buckle down’ as cases surge, vaccines delayed

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Canada got a one-two punch Friday as public health officials said vaccine deliveries would be delayed and its Covid-19 measures still aren't working to control a resurging virus. "We have to buckle down, this is our...

Pakistani human rights activist found dead in Canada

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A Pakistani human rights activist living in Canada who went missing over the weekend has been found dead, Toronto Police said on Tuesday, adding they believed her death to be a non-criminal matter. Karima Mehrab, a ...

Canada begins Covid-19 vaccinations, but officials fear supply issues due to global scramble

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Ottawa It may not have been Santa's sleigh but Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knows that for most of the country, the UPS flight was nearly as good. Within minutes of the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech va...

Canada, struggling to control a second wave of coronavirus infections, announces billions more in stimulus

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau acknowledged Tuesday that a second wave of the coronavirus was compromising Canada's economic recovery and pledged more than $ 77 billion more in stimulus. "This will be a si...

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $500,000 to support homeless youth in Canada

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One of Hollywood's most famous couples donated $ 500,000 to help young people struggling with homelessness in Canada. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively pledged $ 250,000 each to Covenant House Vancouver and Covenant ...

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