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Police arrest Thornhill man, Brampton woman at anti-vaccine protest | CBC News

Toronto police have arrested two people following an anti-vaccine protest at the Eaton Centre mall on Saturday. Police say they’ve…

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Government’s ‘eyes are wide open’ on China: Garneau | CBC News

Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau says the Canadian government is under no illusions when approaching a normalization of relations with China, a…

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Survivor offers advice on how to honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

For the past six years, Geraldine Shingoose has been sharing her truths as a residential school survivor — or warrior…

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Company recalls 1 lot of drug that treats severely low blood sugar due to possible health risk | CBC News

Eli Lilly Canada is recalling one lot of an injectable prescription drug used to treat blood glucose levels that have…

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Why the bumpy, two-year ride of Ottawa’s multibillion-dollar LRT system is sparking calls for a public inquiry

On an October morning in 2019, Ottawa’s shiny, new, red and white trains started full service. And as the city…

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Canada’s only female defence minister was in 1993. Is it time for another?

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged by several experts on sexual misconduct in the military to name…

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Conservatives divided on fate of O’Toole, as party’s MPs call for unity

OTTAWA — The Conservative Party is facing internal strife as some insiders want to see Erin O’Toole ousted as leader,…

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Indigenous health-care challenges remain 13 years after Brian Sinclair’s death

It was 13 years ago this month that Brian Sinclair entered a Winnipeg emergency room with a treatable medical issue,…

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Ontario patients fear vision loss as no end in sight to optometrists’ dispute with province | CBC News

After enduring four eye surgeries this year alone, Lisa Adams has nearly completed the painful and strenuous process of improving her unusually severe…

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Consent courses, training about campus sexual violence exist, but students and experts say more is needed | CBC News

It’s quieter this week on the Western University campus in the aftermath of four formal sexual assault complaints during the school’s…

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