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Blue Jays edge Yankees in spring training opener

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The Blue Jays kicked off spring training action with a win Sunday, edging the New York Yankees 6-4 in Tampa, Fla.

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What Trudeau said about vaccines, Saudi Arabia and Keystone XL on NBC’s Meet the Press

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commended U.S. President Joe Biden on getting the United States to re-engage with its allies during a wide-ranging interview on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday that touched on everything from COVID-19 vaccines, Saudi Arabia and the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Trump hints at 2024 run, repeats election falsehoods at conservative conference

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Former U.S. president Donald Trump on Sunday hinted at another run for the White House, in 2024, while repeating his discredited claims that Democrats “stole” the 2020 election.

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These two Ontario cities have launched campaigns to attract GTA residents

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London and Owen Sound have each launched campaigns to attract people who are looking to move out of the Toronto area.

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Indigenous man shot dead by Tofino RCMP

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A young Indigenous man was shot dead by Tofino RCMP in a residence on Saturday night, Indigenous leaders and RCMP have confirmed.

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Nunavut MP speaks about return to parliament after extended leave

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Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, MP for Nunavut, returned to parliament last month after an eight-week hiatus from politics. Now she’s speaking out again about the issues northerners face — and the importance of self-love as an antidote to despair.

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Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs on Myanmar

“Canada is deeply concerned by and unequivocally condemns the Myanmar military’s recent use of force against peaceful protesters, and demands that the Tatmadaw immediately stop using violence against its own people.”

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Canada News Updates: Antoine Cyr, Graham Ritchie 7th for Canada at cross-country ski worlds

See latest information in the sport ski world about Canadians Antoine Cyr and Graham Ritchie who raced to a solid seventh-place finish in the skate-ski team sprint at the nordic world ski championships on Sunday.

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Charlottetown Islanders latest QMJHL team shut down over COVID-19 rules

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The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Sunday announced new restrictions in Prince Edward Island have forced the Charlottetown Islanders to suspend activities until March 14.

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Canada News Update: Health Canada received more Johnson & Johnson data on same day as U.S. approval

News information in Canada Listing about the Health in Canada on Saturday received additional data required to inform its decision on Johnson & Johnson’s. Search Canada Listing reports.

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MP joins former donor in calling for RCMP investigation into WE Charity following testimony

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A former WE Charity donor is calling for the RCMP and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to investigate the charity’s finances after learning a Kenyan school he was told he funded bore a plaque with the name of another donor.

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Antoine Cyr, Graham Ritchie 7th for Canada at cross-country ski worlds

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Canadians Antoine Cyr and Graham Ritchie raced to a solid seventh-place finish in the skate-ski team sprint at the nordic world ski championships on Sunday in Oberstdorf, Germany.

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How burnout, anxiety and depression led Nunavut’s MP to value self-love

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NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq’s advocacy for Nunavut led to burnout and depression. She speaks with Piya Chattopadhyay about her experience, what she has learned from it, and her hopes not only for the future of her home territory, but for the future of Canadian Parliament, too.

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McMaster University team teaches hands-only CPR to individuals around the world

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A McMaster University team is teaching hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to individuals around the world who are unwilling, untrained or cannot perform full CPR.

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Inuit midwives say they reluctantly quit after experiencing years of mistreatment

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Cas Augaarjuk Connelly and Rachel Qiliqti Kaludjak never wanted to stop working at a Nunavut birthing centre, but they say years of mistreatment, racism and a lack of support from their government left them no choice.

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PGA Tour players wear red and black Sunday supporting Tiger Woods

PGA Tour players wear red and black Sunday supporting Tiger Woods

Various PGA Tour players at the World Golf Championship event in Bradenton, Florida wear red and black in support of golfer Tiger Woods.

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Health Canada received more Johnson & Johnson data on same day as U.S. approval

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Health Canada on Saturday received additional data required to inform its decision on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine — the same day the shot was approved in the United States. 

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Alberta’s Laura Walker beats Jennifer Jones, moves within 2 wins of Scotties title

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Alberta’s Laura Walker advanced to the semifinal of the Canadian women’s curling championship with a 9-8 win over Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones in Sunday’s tiebreaker game in Calgary.

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Binnington’s meltdown after being pulled sparks Blues’ rally against Sharks

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The most memorable moment of Saturday night’s back-and-forth, 13-goal game between St. Louis and the San Jose Sharks might have come when Blues goalie Jordan Binnington lost his composure after getting pulled midway through the second period.

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PGA players wear red and black Sunday supporting Tiger Woods

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Various PGA players at the World Golf Championship event in Bradenton, Florida wear red and black in support of golfer Tiger Woods.

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Johnny Briggs, longtime factory boss on TV’s Coronation Street, dies at age 85

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Johnny Briggs, a British actor best known for his role as businessman Mike Baldwin in the long-running TV soap opera Coronation Street, has died. He was 85.

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Saskatoon-area painter, sculptor selected to make official Disney artwork — from Moana to Mulan

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Denyse Klette is the first Canadian artist to join Collectors Editions, which produces Disney Fine Art. So far, she has created artwork inspired by the movies Beauty and the Beast, Moana, Tangled, Frozen, The Lion King, Lilo & Stitch and Mulan, as well as the characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

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Death of beloved Winnipeg basketball coach after freak accident a blow to the community, friends say

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Family and friends are mourning the loss of a 24-year-old Winnipeg man who passed away after suffering brain damage in a freak accident earlier this month.

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Statement from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on February 28, 2021

On February 28, 2021, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement on COVID-19.

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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday

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Ontario crossed the 300,000 mark for total number of COVID-19 cases on Sunday and remains the province with the highest tally.

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Toronto Raptors’ game against Chicago Bulls postponed because of COVID-19

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The NBA has postponed Sunday evening’s Raptors home game against Chicago due to positive COVID-19 results and contact tracing within the club.

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U.S. stands with Canada on efforts to free Kovrig, Spavor from China: secretary of state

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The United States will continue to stand with Canada in its efforts to secure the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor from arbitrary detention in China, said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

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Canada’s Del Bosco, Hoffos grab silver at 1st-ever mixed team ski cross event

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Chris Del Bosco and Courtney Hoffos made history Sunday in mixed team ski cross on the World Cup circuit and one day might have the chance to do so representing Canada at the world championships or Olympics.

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Advocates urge Ontario government to fill potential gap in new human trafficking bill

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Human traffickers use hotels and short-term accommodations, such as Airbnb, to exploit their victims, but it’s unclear whether new legislation would apply to both types of lodging.

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Anti-Black racism on campus; Are banks doing enough to prevent wire-fraud?: CBC’s Marketplace Cheat Sheet

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CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.

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Canada’s spy agency wants more power. How would that work?

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The agency he runs fell afoul of the Federal Court — and now the country’s chief spy is intensifying his campaign for new powers and sounding the alarm on the Canadian Security Intelligence Service’s ability to keep an eye on hostile foreign states. But civil liberty advocates say Parliament should be wary if it agrees to change CSIS’s legislation.

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18 reportedly killed in Myanmar anti-coup protests; Canadian Embassy condemns crackdown

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The latest and deadliest crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Myanmar, following a military coup earlier this month, has met with condemnation from the Canadian Embassy in the country’s largest city, Yangon.

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Ministers of Veterans Affairs and National Defence mark 30th anniversary of the end of the Gulf War

Today marks 30 years since the Gulf War came to an end, almost seven months after Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait.

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99-year-old and high school student find unlikely friendship

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Young people and seniors who’ve been paired up, by a community program in Chilliwack, B.C., to chat during the pandemic are fighting isolation and building relationships all at once.

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Switzerland’s Gut-Behrami locks up super-G title in race marred by crashes

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Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami locked up the World Cup super-G title in Val di Fassa, Italy, on Sunday, finishing runner-up in a race marred by two nasty crashes.

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Trudeau says Canada-U.S. relations need to rebuild. Just how bad did it get with Trump?

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When Justin Trudeau met with newly elected U.S. President Joe Biden this week, the prime minister noted how “there’s a lot to rebuild,” suggesting that relations between the two countries had taken a significant hit during the Trump administration. But just how bad did they get?

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Sale to cosmetics giant Estée Lauder has some questioning whether Toronto’s Deciem will change its foundation

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Fans of affordable skincare around the world may be wondering what will happen to their favorite, low-priced brand, now that the successful Canadian maker of The Ordinary has been scooped up by Estée Lauder.

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Humboldt Broncos crash survivor Kaleb Dahlgren’s memoir tells the story of a hockey life interrupted

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Crossroads, a memoir by Kaleb Dahlgren, one of the survivors of the 2018 Humboldt Broncos bus crash, tells the story of a hockey career interrupted by one of the worst crashes in Saskatchewan’s history.

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Canada’s pipeline regulator says it’s taking a stand against systemic racism

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The Canada Energy Regulator says it hasn’t always lived up to its obligations to First Nations, Métis and Inuit, and is promising to change that.

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Every household to get prepaid blank postcard courtesy of Canada Post

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In an effort to encourage Canadians to keep in touch during the pandemic, Canada Post is sending every household a free postcard to mail to a loved one.