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Canada Post reveals Christopher Plummer stamp featuring his iconic roles

Canada Post reveals Christopher Plummer stamp featuring his iconic roles

Canada Post has revealed a commemorative stamp honouring late acting legend Christopher Plummer
Quebec delays vaccine mandate for health-care workers by one month, fearing staffing crisis

Quebec delays vaccine mandate for health-care workers by one month, fearing staffing crisis

After weeks of insisting Quebec would go ahead and impose a vaccination mandate for health-care workers and suspend those who don't…
Investigators haven’t found evidence linking train activity to Lytton fire, TSB says

Investigators haven’t found evidence linking train activity to Lytton fire, TSB says

Investigators have not found any evidence that trains running near the village of Lytton, B.C., were responsible for the catastrophic…
Trudeau expected to add some new faces when he announces post-election cabinet on October 25

Trudeau expected to add some new faces when he announces post-election cabinet on October 25

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil his new post-election cabinet on October 25, multiple government sources tell CBC News
These Quebec nurses are willing to sacrifice their careers to avoid getting COVID-19 shots

These Quebec nurses are willing to sacrifice their careers to avoid getting COVID-19 shots

Some unvaccinated nurses in Quebec — who are among thousands facing suspension later this week — told CBC News they feel it's worth losing their jobs…
Help wanted: Nova Scotia has more than 2,100 health-care vacancies

Help wanted: Nova Scotia has more than 2,100 health-care vacancies

A new office dedicated to hiring health-care workers in Nova Scotia needs to take immediate action to address employees who feel…
Cannabis has been legal almost 3 years, yet retailers say banks are shutting them out

Cannabis has been legal almost 3 years, yet retailers say banks are shutting them out

Nearly three years after Canada legalized cannabis, many retailers in B.C. say they still struggle to find access to basic financial services…
Alberta’s vaccine passport will be in place into next year, Kenney says

Alberta’s vaccine passport will be in place into next year, Kenney says

A need to be "on our guard" through the winter means Alberta's vaccine passport will be in place at least into…
U.S. to reopen land border to fully vaccinated Canadians next month

U.S. to reopen land border to fully vaccinated Canadians next month

Fully vaccinated Canadians will be allowed to enter the United States at land and ferry border crossings starting in early…
Canadiens sign young standout forward Nick Suzuki to 8-year, $63M US extension

Canadiens sign young standout forward Nick Suzuki to 8-year, $63M US extension

The Montreal Canadiens have signed centre Nick Suzuki to an eight-year, $63-million US contract extension
Federal Court rejects Maj.-Gen. Fortin’s bid to challenge removal as head of vaccine rollout

Federal Court rejects Maj.-Gen. Fortin’s bid to challenge removal as head of vaccine rollout

The Federal Court of Canada has told Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin that the military grievance process is the appropriate avenue to…
Canadian-born camong 3 winners of Nobel in economics

Canadian-born camong 3 winners of Nobel in economics

A Canadian economist based in the U.S. won the Nobel prize for economics Monday for pioneering research that showed an increase…
157,000 new jobs in September get Canada’s economy back above pre-pandemic level

157,000 new jobs in September get Canada’s economy back above pre-pandemic level

Canada's economy added 157,000 new jobs last month, Statistics Canada says, enough to put employment numbers back above where they…
As schools roll out rapid testing for COVID-19, different approaches emerge across regions

As schools roll out rapid testing for COVID-19, different approaches emerge across regions

About a month into the fall term, many families with school-aged children are clamouring for the season's must-have: Rapid antigen…
New COVID-19 modelling suggests restrictions helping Alberta turn corner on pandemic

New COVID-19 modelling suggests restrictions helping Alberta turn corner on pandemic

New COVID-19 modelling shows Alberta may have finally reached its pandemic peak, and if the province leaves restrictions in place and…
Brace yourself — gas prices are hitting records as global energy crisis arrives in Canada

Brace yourself — gas prices are hitting records as global energy crisis arrives in Canada

An acute energy crisis is making its presence felt in North America as consumers are finally starting to feel the…
Urgent government action needed to tackle COVID-19 health-care crisis, medical leaders warn

Urgent government action needed to tackle COVID-19 health-care crisis, medical leaders warn

Urgent action from all levels of government is needed to bring Canada's strained health-care system "back to life" as the…
Employment lawyers brace for first wave of COVID-19 layoffs as vaccine mandates kick in

Employment lawyers brace for first wave of COVID-19 layoffs as vaccine mandates kick in

Canada is facing a potential wave of terminations tied to mandatory workplace vaccine policies as a growing number of employers…
Military nurses to begin work at Edmonton hospital as Alberta battles 4th wave of COVID-19

Military nurses to begin work at Edmonton hospital as Alberta battles 4th wave of COVID-19

Canadian military nurses are set to begin working at Edmonton's Royal Alexandra Hospital to help alleviate pressure on a critical care unit overburdened with…
Trudeau says he regrets travelling to Tofino, B.C., on 1st National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Trudeau says he regrets travelling to Tofino, B.C., on 1st National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized today for travelling for a family vacation to Tofino, B.C., last Thursday on the first National Day for…
Health-care workers’ union files 1,000 grievances against Montreal health authority over discrimination

Health-care workers’ union files 1,000 grievances against Montreal health authority over discrimination

A Quebec union has filed 1,000 grievances on behalf of health-care workers in south-central Montreal, saying the regional authority that…
How a small-town B.C. council meeting became a source of COVID-19 disinformation worldwide

How a small-town B.C. council meeting became a source of COVID-19 disinformation worldwide

The city of Dawson Creek, B.C., home to about 12,000 people near the B.C.-Alberta border, has removed a previously published portion of a recent…
Federal public servants, RCMP and air and rail travellers must be vaccinated by month’s end, Trudeau says

Federal public servants, RCMP and air and rail travellers must be vaccinated by month’s end, Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his government's mandatory vaccine policy today, a mandate that will require public servants to get…
11 Mount Royal University students deregistered for not declaring vaccination status

11 Mount Royal University students deregistered for not declaring vaccination status

Nearly a dozen students at Mount Royal University in Calgary have been deregistered from classes by administration after refusing to say whether they…
Researchers study effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on people’s thoughts

Researchers study effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on people’s thoughts

There's no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has been weighing heavily on many people's minds, but now researchers at Queen's University…
Alberta reported more COVID-19 cases in September than any month prior, data shows

Alberta reported more COVID-19 cases in September than any month prior, data shows

September was arguably Alberta's worst month of the COVID-19 pandemic, provincial data suggests
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