Listening to Christmas music too early could affect your mental health

Listening to Christmas music too early could affect your mental health

Listening to Christmas music too early could affect your mental health. One clinical psychologist, says preemptive Christmas music is likely to trigger anxiety. Linda Blair says "[Holiday music] might make us feel that we're trapped. It's a remind...
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Manitoba requiring masks on school buses, recommending them in classrooms

Manitoba requiring masks on school buses, recommending them in classrooms

The Manitoba government is strongly encouraging parents to send their children to school in masks come September, but masks will not be required in classrooms. The province released its guidance and protocols for parents and teachers detailing wha...
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Chinese Canadian Museum of B.C. opens first-ever exhibit

Chinese Canadian Museum of B.C. opens first-ever exhibit

The Chinese Canadian Museum of B.C. is opening its first-ever exhibit in Vancouver’s Chinatown. The temporary exhibit called A Seat at the Table will eventually travel around the province and a so-called sister exhibit is set to open at the Museum...
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Vaping injuries cause lingering problems for some youth

Vaping injuries cause lingering problems for some youth

Canadian pediatricians are reporting numerous vaping-related injuries in youth, with one third of cases involving ongoing health problems.
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Teachers fear impact on learning with masks

Teachers fear impact on learning with masks

Teachers in Canada are worried that the mandatory face coverings worn to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, will hinder certain students' learning abilities in classrooms.
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Researchers in Thailand catch bats to trace COVID-19

Researchers in Thailand catch bats to trace COVID-19

Researchers in Thailand have been trekking though the countryside to catch bats in their caves to trace the murky origins of the coronavirus.
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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer marks his final day in the House of Commons as Opposition leader

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer marks his final day in the House of Commons as Opposition leader

By the time the House of Commons sits again, the Conservatives will have elected Andrew Scheer's replacement. Scheer spent just over three years as leader of the party but resigned in the aftermath of the last election when he failed to win a majo...
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Unifor's Jerry Dias explains strategy of 2020 auto worker negotiations with GM, FCA and Ford

Unifor's Jerry Dias explains strategy of 2020 auto worker negotiations with GM, FCA and Ford

Unifor national president Jerry Dias says there is no better place to forward green policies than the auto sector with 50 per cent of vehicle sales in 20 years expected to be electric. Unifor is kicking off wage and benefit contract negotiations w...
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COVID-19 makes birth lonely for women in Peru

COVID-19 makes birth lonely for women in Peru

Peru’s National Perinatal and Maternal Institute has dedicated about half its facilities to care for COVID-19 infected pregnant women.
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Deficit spending necessary to fight pandemic: Ford

Deficit spending necessary to fight pandemic: Ford

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says billions in additional spending has been required to fight COVID-19 as the province said its budget deficit has doubled. The government says Ontario's projected deficit for 2020-2021 is now $38.5 billion, up from the...
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Feds commit $305M for additional Indigenous COVID-19 response

Feds commit $305M for additional Indigenous COVID-19 response

The federal government has announced an additional $305 million to help Indigenous Peoples combat COVID-19. Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says the money is aimed at helping Indigenous communities with ongoing emergency preparedness to p...
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Bloc renews call for Trudeau, Morneau to resign

Bloc renews call for Trudeau, Morneau to resign

The leader of the Bloc Quebecois says if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Katie Telford, the prime minister’s chief of staff, don’t resign, he will try to trigger an election in October. Pointing to details of the W...
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Ontario deficit projected to jump to $38.5 billion

Ontario deficit projected to jump to $38.5 billion

Ontario Finance Minister Rod Phillips has revised the province’s budget deficit projection saying it will jump to $38.5 billion this year due to COVID-19. The previous fiscal update delivered in March projected the deficit would reach $20.5 billio...
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Saskatchewan leaving mandatory masks up to school divisions

Saskatchewan leaving mandatory masks up to school divisions

Education Minister Gord Wyant says the province's 27 school divisions are best suited to say whether or not masks are needed based on factors like population and school size.
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'We need help’: Saskatchewan First Nations call for help to end suicide pandemic

'We need help’: Saskatchewan First Nations call for help to end suicide pandemic

Chiefs from across the province descended on the capital to voice their support for Tristen Durocher, a young Indigenous man who walked more than 600 kilometres from northern Saskatchewan to Regina to call for legislative changes to address the re...
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Murder charge in Alberta doctor death

Murder charge in Alberta doctor death

RCMP have charged a man with first-degree murder in what they are calling a targeted attack of a doctor at a walk-in medical clinic in central Alberta. Deng Mabiour of Red Deer, Alta., also faces charges of assault with a weapon and assault of a p...
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Ford wants testing on all farms as Windsor-Essex reopens

Ford wants testing on all farms as Windsor-Essex reopens

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he would like all farms in Windsor-Essex to participate in COVID-19 testing for their workers as the region reopens. The local health unit says only 38 of 176 farms have been part of the testing effort thus far as th...
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Conservative leader Scheer says his party will keep digging for answers

Conservative leader Scheer says his party will keep digging for answers

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says his party will keep digging for answers on how the Liberals decided to award COVID-19 related support programs to organizations with close Liberal ties. Scheer says both the WE controversy and a decision to o...
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As Russia moves ahead with COVID-19 vaccine, Tam expresses confidence in Health Canada's process

As Russia moves ahead with COVID-19 vaccine, Tam expresses confidence in Health Canada's process

Canada's chief public health officer says she has confidence in Health Canada's process for approving a vaccine. Dr. Theresa Tam would not comment on Russia's decision Tuesday to approve the world's first COVID-19 vaccine but says like all Canadia...
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B.C. officials have handed out fines for large parties amid COVID-19: Henry

B.C. officials have handed out fines for large parties amid COVID-19: Henry

Parties and gatherings are putting B.C. communities at risk and provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says people should reject the invite. Henry says there's no better excuse that a global pandemic to do the right thing.
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Quebec makes masks mandatory for students in Grade 5 and up

Quebec makes masks mandatory for students in Grade 5 and up

The Quebec government is making masks mandatory for students in Grade 5 and up, but not inside the classroom. It updated its back-to-school plan today which creates larger classroom bubbles. Authorities say wearing masks full-time would be difficu...
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Ontario human rights organization finds systemic racism in Toronto police

Ontario human rights organization finds systemic racism in Toronto police

Ontario's human rights commission has found that Black people in Toronto are "disproportionately" arrested, charged and subjected to use of force by the city's police department. The commission's report found that despite representing only about 8...
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Windsor-Essex moving to Stage 3 Wednesday

Windsor-Essex moving to Stage 3 Wednesday

Ontario's last region will move to the province’s final reopening stage this week, the government announced Monday. Premier Doug Ford urged residents of Windsor-Essex to continue to exercise caution and follow public health rules.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is not stopping summer training at West Point

The COVID-19 pandemic is not stopping summer training at West Point

The pandemic is not stopping summer training at West Point. Cadets had to wear masks this year for much of the training in a wooded area just beyond the main gates of the U.S. Military Academy.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs joined a pair of other Canadian teams with playoff exit

The Toronto Maple Leafs joined a pair of other Canadian teams with playoff exit

The Columbus Blue Jackets defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-0 on Sunday to win their best-of-five qualifying round series 3-2. They join the Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets as Canadian teams making a first-round exit from the NHL's modified pla...
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