How class size, COVID-19 transmission and better education outcomes are linked
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How class size, COVID-19 transmission and better education outcomes are linked

Efforts in some countries to control COVID-19 in schools by limiting class sizes and using…

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National Guard stationed at U.S. Capitol amid security concerns
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National Guard stationed at U.S. Capitol amid security concerns

The National Guard is stationed in the U.S. Capitol with up to 15,000 members to…

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Mob of pro-Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol
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Mob of pro-Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol

Videos posted to Twitter show a mob of supporters of President Trump storming the Capitol…

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Roosevelt elk make B.C. town their home
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Roosevelt elk make B.C. town their home

A group of Roosevelt elk call Youbou on Vancouver Island home. Local resident Wendy Stokes…

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How the COVID-19 vaccine changed an ER doctor’s life
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How the COVID-19 vaccine changed an ER doctor’s life

Dr. Kanna Vela has been treating COVID-19 patients in emergency departments in Ontario for nearly…

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COVID-19 vaccine program starts at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto: ‘It’s a game changer”
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COVID-19 vaccine program starts at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto: ‘It’s a game changer”

Long Term Care workers received some of the first set of COVID-19 vaccines in Canada,…

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COVID-19 vaccine Q&A: Mild allergic reactions, pregnancy and herd immunity
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COVID-19 vaccine Q&A: Mild allergic reactions, pregnancy and herd immunity

The initial COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada and around the world raise questions about how people…

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The problem with preemptive presidential pardons
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The problem with preemptive presidential pardons

President Donald Trump has given many pardons during his term, and has floated the idea…

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Have extra savings? Put them to work helping those hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic
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Have extra savings? Put them to work helping those hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic

The change to our routines during the COVID-19 pandemic means Canadians have squirrelled away $90-billion…

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Demand for food surges at Toronto charity during pandemic
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Demand for food surges at Toronto charity during pandemic

The Yonge Street Mission in Toronto says demand for its food bank and hot meals…

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