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COVID-19 in BC: Vancouver Coastal Health has the fewest new cases; changing the name of the vaccine; and more

Active cases have risen above the 6,000 mark again and there were a number of deaths.As the outbreak in central Okanagan is brought under control, new and active cases in Interior Health have continued to be lower than Fraser Health, which has resumed being the leading hot spot in the

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The city of Toronto spent nearly $ 2 million. On clearing 3 homeless camps, repairing parks – Toronto

The city of Toronto spent nearly $ 2 million on clearing three homeless camps and subsequently repairing the parks, figures released by municipal officials show Friday. In a press release, the city stated that the cost of enforcing infringement notices in Trinity Bellwoods Park, Alexandra Park and Lamport Stadium Park was

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Vancouver pop-up patios could make permanent mark – BC

Pop-up patios can make a permanent comeback for restaurants in Vancouver. The city is now looking at a proposal to make dining at curbs a regular summer time. 1:42 With an indoor ban on eating, BC restaurants are looking to expand the patio to survive With indoor dining bans, BC

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Former Ottawa Senators center Zack Smith is retiring from the NHL

OTTAWA - Zack Smith has decided to retire from the NHL.The Ottawa senators confirmed that the 33-year-old center is hanging his skates up on the team's social media channels on Friday.Smith played the first 612 games of his career in the nation's capital, recording 94 goals, 193 points and 693

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Elon Musk’s son with the unusual name calls his mother by her first name Claire

If you're in the mood for more gossip about Grimes, here's the latest.Buzzfeed has reported that her son, X Æ A-12 Musk, does not refer to his "mother" or "mother".No, the 16-month-old with the unusual name prefers to refer to her as "Claire".It's Grime's first name and how she is

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21-year-old high-risk perpetrator lives in Vancouver

A convicted sex offender who "poses a significant risk to women in the community" will be living in Vancouver. The Vancouver Police Department (VPD) issued a public warning on Sept. 16 that 21-year-old Skylar Wayne Pelletier, considered "high-risk," will be staying in Vancouver.He is serving a five-year lengthy probation order

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Canada went on guard at a new security pact between the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday announced a new defense pact between the three nations. Reuters The Canadian government was surprised this week by the announcement of a new security pact

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Orientation Manager at Western University shares a personal account among online student assault reports

After numerous online posts about sexual assault and possible drugs during the first week of school at Western University, an orientation leader shares his first-hand account of what happened. Over the weekend, there were a number of social media reports that 30 or more students may have been stunned and /

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Singh says Bill 21 is discriminatory, but stops committing the court complaint

OTTAWA - NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says Quebec's law on secularism is undoubtedly discriminatory, but will not commit to federal intervention if elected prime minister. In an interview with CTV National News on Thursday, Singh said he is waiting

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Global National, 16 September 2021 | Alberta faces COVID-19 crisis, premieres offer partial apology

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