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17th Jan 2021 Biden indicates plans to cancel Keystone XL pipeline permit on 1st day in office, sources confirm

17th Jan 2021 Nearly half of adult Canadians struggle with literacy ? and that's bad for the economy
One in six adult Canadians falls short of passing the most basic set of literacy tests, making them functionally illiterate, and this could mean problems as a post-COVID-19 economic recovery ramps up...

17th Jan 2021 Fishing vessel found off Delaps Cove, N.S.; 5 crew members still missing

17th Jan 2021 No place for 'far right' in Conservative Party, Erin O'Toole says
Federal Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole pushed back against attempts to link his party to Trump-style politics on Sunday, saying there is "no place for the far right" in the Tories while accusing th...

17th Jan 2021 Truckers face 'dehumanizing' challenges finding washrooms on the road

17th Jan 2021 Want to reduce COVID-19? Target high-risk populations, health experts urge

17th Jan 2021 Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday

17th Jan 2021 Difficult but necessary steps taken in Fort Liard to contain COVID-19, N.W.T. health minister says

17th Jan 2021 Policy alignment, predictability to mark Canada-U.S. relationship under Biden, ambassador says
The shared priorities between this country and its southern neighbour ? including the COVID-19 crisis, economic recovery and climate policy ? will define the Canada-U.S. relationship under a Biden pr...

17th Jan 2021 Quebec pins all its hopes on the vaccine, but experts say action is needed on multiple fronts
The province's pandemic exit strategy leans heavily on mass vaccination, but experts argue there's a need for bold action to curb transmission. It doesn't appear to be forthcoming. ...

17th Jan 2021 Airlines face stiff public relations headwind as they prepare Boeing 737 Max for return to passenger service
Canadian carriers are rolling out new safety campaigns and policies to ease public skepticism about the 737 Max as they ready for the jet's first Canadian flights after being grounded for nearly two ...

17th Jan 2021 Infamous Vancouver strip club's mouthy marquee the talk of the town
The Penthouse Night Club has been closed since the beginning of the pandemic, but one of its bartenders is keeping the sign current, hoping a little humour can carry the club through the toughest tim...

17th Jan 2021 Few MPs are opting out of the next election ? so far
While minority governments tend to see fewer MPs retiring at the end of their terms than majority governments, the current rate of retirements is lower than usual. ...

16th Jan 2021 Body of New Brunswick man recovered after workplace accident in Alberta's oilsands
Patrick Poitras was operating a dozer that fell through the ice at Suncor's Base Plant mine, north of Fort McMurray, on Wednesday. ...

15th Jan 2021 Justin Trudeau issues updated marching orders to cabinet
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued updated mandate letters to his cabinet today, giving ministers direction on key pre-pandemic priorities and addressing new issues that have emerged with the globa...

15th Jan 2021 21-year-old woman found dead after getting lost while snowshoeing in B.C.'s North Shore Mountains

16th Jan 2021 Several Alberta public servants underpaid after issues with new payroll system

15th Jan 2021 2,000 more Canadians could die from COVID-19 in the next 10 days: PHAC
New modelling released by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) suggests the number of daily COVID-19 cases could more than triple to 30,000 if people increase their contacts at a time when there...

16th Jan 2021 Alberta teen pens grant application to bring diversity to her school library
Once upon a time, there was a girl named Sofia who loved books but was bothered by how the literary collection at her school library was very ? well ? white. ...

16th Jan 2021 Sweet rice pancake products sold across Canada recalled due to undeclared egg
A brand of sweet rice pancake products are being recalled across Canada due to undeclared egg. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the recall was prompted after a consumer reported a reaction af...

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