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16th Apr 2021

16th Apr 2021 Moderna slashing vaccine deliveries to Canada, but Pfizer steps up with 8 million more doses
Moderna will send far fewer COVID-19 shots to Canada this month than originally planned as the company grapples with production issues at its facilities in Europe. But its main competitor, Pfizer, ha...

16th Apr 2021 Suncor fined $100K for gas release at Edmonton Refinery
Suncor Energy pleaded guilty to one count of breaking Alberta environmental legislation after a release of a poisonous gas at its refinery just east of Edmonton. ...

16th Apr 2021 More than 200 travellers fined for refusing to quarantine in hotels after landing in Canada
As of March 30, 219 tickets have been issued to air passengers entering Canada who refused to quarantine at a designated hotel. Some travellers say they defied the rules because they felt it was safe...

16th Apr 2021 Edmonton man charged in child sex offences, other victims sought in Alberta, B.C, N.W.T.
The accused is widely known as 'Pastor Brad' in a number of communities, RCMP said Friday in a news release. ...

16th Apr 2021 Is Canada finally inching toward a political consensus on climate change?

16th Apr 2021 Ontario's pharmacy vaccines harder to find in some areas with high COVID rates
A month after Ontario began shipping COVID-19 vaccines to pharmacies around the province, an analysis by CBC News shows some of the hardest-hit neighbourhoods are still waiting while other communitie...

15th Apr 2021 Dandies rebelled against social, gender and fashion norms for 200 years. Some say time is ripe for a revival
The original British dandy dates back to the 18th century, but since then, several generations of, mostly, men who identify as dandies have been challenging prevailing conceptions of masculinity and ...

16th Apr 2021 Vulnerable Inuk man left homeless as public guardian argues it is not responsible for housing
An Iqaluit man under the protection of Nunavut's public guardian is being forced into homelessness while government officials struggle to figure out how to help him and who should pay for that help, ...

16th Apr 2021 Winnipeg girls' volleyball coach dismissed from role after telling players he's allowed to use racial slurs
A Winnipeg volleyball player says she was disgusted after her coach said he should be allowed to use racial slurs while expressing his opinions about race and George Floyd, whose death during an arre...

16th Apr 2021 Here's what's known about why women seem more susceptible to rare vaccine blood clots
Two leading COVID-19 vaccines are being linked to rare, serious blood clots, with the bulk of cases being women. But medical experts say with so few reports after millions of doses administered, dete...

16th Apr 2021 Ontario health units wasted 100s of vaccine doses in March. That's not the full story
CBC News contacted all 34 Ontario public health units to ask how many, and why, doses were wasted in March as vaccination capacity ramped up significantly. ...

16th Apr 2021 'Destructive' closure of Laurentian University's midwifery program vexes students, educator
Students and the former director of Laurentian University's school of midwifery in Sudbury, Ont., are struggling to understand why it was closed as part of the university's restructuring during the i...

16th Apr 2021 Stephen Harper joined ex-spymasters in company investing in Israeli security tech

16th Apr 2021 After false starts and supply glitches, Canada's immunization campaign makes progress
The mass vaccination campaign to immunize adults against COVID-19 is now well underway after a series of false starts and severe supply disruptions. ...

16th Apr 2021 The ongoing search for the perfect climate change metaphor
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how scientists, environmentalists and marketers talk about climate change. ...

15th Apr 2021 Fired junior hockey coach now subject of 2 police investigations
Bernie Lynch, a veteran junior hockey coach who was fired by the Fort Frances Lakers in March for sending inappropriate texts and emails to a player, is now the subject of two police investigations a...

15th Apr 2021 Conservatives announce plan to replace Liberal carbon tax with a lower levy 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...

15th Apr 2021 Montreal public health officials opposed to holding 2021 Canadian Grand Prix
Montreal public health authorities say they are "categorically opposed" to holding the Canadian Grand Prix in the city this summer since participants won't be able to quarantine and could have contac...

15th Apr 2021 Mother files human rights complaint following death of Indigenous teen in B.C. group home
The mother of a Cree teenager who died in a B.C. group home last year has filed a human rights complaint alleging discrimination by multiple public agencies and the police. ...

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