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More provinces reduce COVID-19 isolation requirements as cases continue to mount

More provinces reduce COVID-19 isolation requirements as cases continue to mount

More provinces reduced isolation requirements for people who test positive for COVID-19 Friday in an effort to lessen staffing shortages as the Omicron variant continued to drive diagnoses at record rates.
Military preparing for promised consultations with sexual misconduct victims

Military preparing for promised consultations with sexual misconduct victims

OTTAWA — The Canadian Armed Forces is preparing for the launch of highly anticipated consultations with thousands of current and former military members and defence officials who experienced inappropriate sexual behaviour.
With no fix in sight, new moms turn to federal tribunal to get EI benefits

With no fix in sight, new moms turn to federal tribunal to get EI benefits

OTTAWA — For Courtney Franks, it's not about the money, but feeling like the employment insurance system has treated her and other new mothers unfairly.

Year in review: A look at news events in December 2021

A look at news events in December 2021: 1 - Canadian actor Sandra Oh was named one of “People” magazine's “2021 People of the Year.” Oh was being honoured for fighting anti-Asian hate and working on what the magazine calls transformative stories.

Year in review: A look at news events in November 2021

A look at news events in November 2021: 1 - The Royal Canadian Legion announced the name of this year's Silver Cross mother.

Year in review: A look at news events in October 2021

A look at news events in October 2021: 1 - An experimental COVID-19 pill developed by pharmaceutical company Merck reportedly reduced hospitalizations and deaths by half in people recently infected with the virus.

Year in review: A look at news events in September 2021

A look at news events in September 2021: 1 - The federal Liberals released a re-election platform highlighting $78 billion in new spending. That's more than three times the direct new revenues promised over the next five years.

Year in review: A look at news events in August 2021

A look at news events in August 2021: 1 - Toronto's Penny Oleksiak earned a seventh career medal to make her Canada's most decorated Olympian of all time.
COVID kibosh on New Year's Eve parties and Biden vs Putin: In The News for Dec. 31

COVID kibosh on New Year's Eve parties and Biden vs Putin: In The News for Dec. 31

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. 31 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Year in review: A look at news events in July 2021

A look at news events in July 2021: 1 - The B.C. community of Lytton was essentially destroyed by a raging wildfire.