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In Christmas message, Trudeau says Canadians can be hopeful amid the pandemic

In Christmas message, Trudeau says Canadians can be hopeful amid the pandemic

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is still reason for Canadians to be hopeful despite the ongoing crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Queuing for COVID boosters and deadly ferry fire: In The News for Dec. 24

Queuing for COVID boosters and deadly ferry fire: In The News for Dec. 24

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Can she lift Tory fortunes? Manitoba premier promises COVID relief and calmer waters

Can she lift Tory fortunes? Manitoba premier promises COVID relief and calmer waters

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Heather Stefansonhas promised a more collaborative approach than her predecessor. And two months into the job, she has already reversed some of Brian Pallister's most unpopular decisions.
'The right thing to do': Canadians differ on holiday plans in light of Omicron threat

'The right thing to do': Canadians differ on holiday plans in light of Omicron threat

It's beginning to look a lot like ... last year.
Boosters shots and COVID test kits topping Canadian's wish lists

Boosters shots and COVID test kits topping Canadian's wish lists

On the eve of the Christmas holiday, COVID-19 booster shots and rapid test kits are topping the wish lists of many Canadians as case numbers rocket to record highs across much of the nation.

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Latest COVID-19 numbers from Ontario and Quebec point to rapid infection surges

Latest COVID-19 numbers from Ontario and Quebec point to rapid infection surges

Canada's two largest provinces reported record high COVID-19 case counts Thursday, as preliminary data from Britain indicated that people with the Omicron variant are up to 70 per cent less likely to need hospitalization than those with the Delta mut
Military sex response centre facing more calls for help after year of allegations

Military sex response centre facing more calls for help after year of allegations

OTTAWA — The head of the response centre for victims of military sexual misconduct says her organization has seen an explosion in requests for assistance since February, with many Armed Forces members “triggered” by allegations of inappropriate behav
COVID-19 might have lasting impacts on the way Canada handles immigration: Minister

COVID-19 might have lasting impacts on the way Canada handles immigration: Minister

OTTAWA — The federal immigration minister says some of temporary measures that have helped the government meet its targets this year could be here to stay even after the pandemic ebbs away.
Liberals delay new regulations to lower price of medicines in Canada

Liberals delay new regulations to lower price of medicines in Canada

OTTAWA — Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos has put a six-month pause on new regulations designed to lower the cost of patented medicines in Canada.