Child care a key component of economic recovery, say economists
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Child care a key component of economic recovery, say economists

Economist Armine Yalnizyan says child care will be a key component to rebuilding Canada’s economy…

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Ontario man faces terrorism hoax charge after claiming to be ISIS member
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Ontario man faces terrorism hoax charge after claiming to be ISIS member

An Ontario man who publicly discussed his role in ISIS and execution-style killings is now…

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Quebec and Ontario reimpose COVID-19 restrictions as cases go up
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Quebec and Ontario reimpose COVID-19 restrictions as cases go up

Quebec and Ontario have reimposed COVID-19 restrictions as the number of new cases continues to…

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Liberals, NDP reach deal on sick leave, avoiding immediate election
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Liberals, NDP reach deal on sick leave, avoiding immediate election

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says the Liberal government is willing to boost the number of…

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CERB expires this weekend
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CERB expires this weekend

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) introduced in April by the Liberal government to help…

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Ontario guidance on COVID-19 testing changed overnight, says pharmacist
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Ontario guidance on COVID-19 testing changed overnight, says pharmacist

As COVID-19 testing gets underway in some Ontario pharmacies, Ottawa pharmacist Jordan Clark says his…

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Canada signs deal to secure more COVID-19 vaccine doses
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Canada signs deal to secure more COVID-19 vaccine doses

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a deal with AstraZeneca on access to a COVID-19 vaccine…

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Royals take financial hit from COVID-19
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Royals take financial hit from COVID-19

Queen Elizabeth and her family are facing a financial hit from the pandemic of 35…

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COVID-19 update: Trudeau addresses Canadians
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COVID-19 update: Trudeau addresses Canadians

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joins health officials to give an update on the rising numbers…

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg knew legacy was ‘ephemeral,’ says friend
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg knew legacy was ‘ephemeral,’ says friend

Nina Appel, former dean of the law school at Loyola University in Chicago, reflects on…

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