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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

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People can safely receive a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in one arm and a flu shot in the other during the same clinic visit, health experts say. Meanwhile, scientists are working on a way to combine them in a single jab.

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Getzlaf becomes Ducks’ all-time points leader in victory over Canadiens

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Ryan Getzlaf broke a tie with Teemu Selanne for Anaheim’s career points record, assisting on Troy Terry’s third-period goal in the Ducks’ 4-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday.

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How a giant floor map is helping students confront Canada’s colonial history

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A massive map that covers half a school gymnasium floor invites students to learn about geography and history through an Indigenous lens.

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Skate Canada event provides Canadian high performance director with ‘good takeaways’

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It was just a snapshot in time but the results from this weekend’s Skate Canada International figure skating competition provided an early picture of what Canadian skaters are doing well and where they need to improve, says Michael Slipchuk, Skate Canada’s high performance director.

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Josh Allen, Bills wake up in 2nd half to beat Dolphins

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Josh Allen shook off the rust from a bye week off and a shaky first half to throw touchdown passes on consecutive second-half drives in leading the Buffalo Bills to a 26-11 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

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Powell, Lauther power Roughriders into playoff spot with win over Alouettes

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By their own admission it was not the prettiest game for the Roughriders, but Saskatchewan nevertheless secured a playoff spot with a 19-14 victory over the Montreal Alouettes.

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Outrage brewing after U of S and CIHR support professor who falsely claimed to be Indigenous

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The University of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research continue to stand by Carrie Bourassa, despite a CBC investigation that shows her claims to Indigenous ancestry are spurious.

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Canadiens’ Mathieu Perreault could be out 2-3 weeks with eye injury

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Montreal Canadiens forward Mathieu Perreault will miss two to three weeks with an eye injury, head coach Dominique Ducharme said Sunday.

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Canada’s Taylor Pendrith finishes tied for 5th at Bermuda Championship

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Taylor Pendrith of Richmond Hill, Ont., who started the final round with a three-shot lead, failed to make a birdie in closing with a 76 to tie for fifth at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.

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Canadian veteran reunites with former Afghan translator after a decade of effort

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After a decade of frustration and fear, the Afghan translator who worked alongside military veteran Robin Rickards of Thunder Bay, Ont., made it safely to Canada.

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Canadian veteran reunites with former Afghan translator after a decade of effort

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After a decade of frustration and fear, the Afghan translator who worked alongside military veteran Robin Rickards of Thunder Bay, Ont., made it safely to Canada.

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Canadian veteran reunites with former Afghan translator after a decade of effort

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After a decade of frustration and fear, the Afghan translator who worked alongside military veteran Robin Rickards of Thunder Bay, Ont., made it safely to Canada.

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N.B. government locks out 3,000 CUPE workers as strike enters Day 3

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The New Brunswick government on Sunday locked out all non-designated employees in CUPE locals 1253 and 2745, including custodians, bus drivers, school library assistants and administrative support, and a number of educational assistants.

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My climate anxiety has turned me into a trash hoarder

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My acquisition of these takeout containers is currently outpacing my need for them, writes Chris Middleton.

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Compensation for Indigenous children removed from homes not justice, says AFN chief

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Talks set to start Monday between Indigenous leaders and the federal government about a possible settlement over court-ordered compensation to First Nations children could signal the clearing of the road to reconciliation, the Assembly of First Nations National chief said Saturday.

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93-year-old London, Ont., runner breaks Canadian record, shows no signs of slowing down

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A 93-year-old runner broke his own record Sunday morning, completing five kilometres in 36 minutes and 29 seconds.

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Canadian Fleming helps lead Chelsea to women’s FA Cup final

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Bethany England headed home Jessie Fleming’s cross in the 89th minute to seal Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Manchester City.

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Hope fading for G20 to be more ambitious on climate action as Trudeau warns of ‘urgency’

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G20 nations struggled on Sunday to come to an agreement that would represent an ambitious commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change.

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Kyle Beach reportedly to meet Chicago NHL team officials on Tuesday

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Kyle Beach, who says he was the victim of sexual assault at the hands of a Chicago coach a decade ago, will meet with team officials on Tuesday, The Athletic reported.

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Hope fading for G20 to be more ambitious on climate action as Trudeau warns of ‘urgency’

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G20 nations struggled on Sunday to come to an agreement that would represent an ambitious commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change.

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17 hurt as man in costume stabs passengers on Tokyo train, public broadcaster says

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A man brandishing a knife on a Tokyo commuter train on Sunday stabbed several passengers before starting a fire, which sent people scrambling to escape and jumping from windows, police and witnesses said.

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Alexander Zverev downs U.S. qualifier in Vienna for 5th ATP title of season

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Minister Guilbeault will accompany Prime Minister Trudeau and the Canadian delegation to UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)

Six years ago, the world came together to sign on to the Paris Agreement. The science says that in order to keep the goals of the Paris Agreement within reach and avert the worst impacts of climate change, the world needs to do more, and on a faster timeline. That is why Canada will join over 190 countries in Glasgow for COP26 and why Canada has significantly increased its climate targets and climate actions since the coming into force of the Paris Agreement.

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All 6 people aboard EHS LifeFlight plane are safe following emergency landing at Halifax airport

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The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has sent investigators to the Halifax Stanfield International Airport after the main landing gear of a small LifeFlight plane collapsed Saturday.

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‘Ambitious’ but ‘pragmatic’: OECD head defends global tax deal after G20 approval

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OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann says a global deal reached on taxing rights and a minimum corporate tax is a broad consensus that represents an ambitious but pragmatic approach to the issue.

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A sampling of highest and lowest-paid workers on N.B. picket lines

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Wages are a central issue in the contract dispute between the Higgs government and 10 locals of the Canadian Union of Public Employees whose members went on strike Friday. Here’s what some of the employees involved are paid.

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Jason Gunnlaugson claims berth at Canadian Olympic curling trials

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Jason Gunnlaugson, from Morris, Man., is heading to Saskatoon to take part in the Canadian Olympic curling trials after defeating Tanner Horgan 9-8 in the ‘A’ side final on Sunday at the pre-trials tournament in Liverpool, N.S.

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Tomato products linked to forced labour; Proactive LTC inspections reinstated: 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 to donate millions of Moderna doses to COVAX

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Canada will donate 10 million doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine to the COVAX vaccine-sharing alliance and another $15 million to help make mRNA vaccines in Africa.

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Man stabs at least 10 passengers on Tokyo commuter train

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A man brandishing a knife on a Tokyo commuter train on Sunday stabbed multiple passengers before setting a fire, police said.

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Heather Stefanson grinds out a win in a Manitoba leadership race few expected to be close

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Heather Stefanson was expected to easily win Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative leadership race. But the party membership handed her a razor-thin victory that may yet be contested further by her rival, Shelly Glover.

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COP26 formally opens in Glasgow as leaders look to address climate change

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The United Nations climate summit in Glasgow formally opened on Sunday, kicking off two weeks of intense diplomatic negotiations by almost 200 countries on how to tackle the common challenge of global warming.

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Here’s how a vast subsea cable involving Norway could improve internet service in Inuit communities

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A subsea network that would stretch from northern Canada to Norway could open a path for significantly better internet connectivity in Inuit communities.

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

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People can safely receive a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in one arm and a flu shot in the other during the same clinic visit, health experts say. Meanwhile, scientists are working on a way to combine them in a single jab.

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Canadian men’s short track relay team wins gold in Japan

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The Canadian men’s short track relay team of Pascal Dion, Charles Hamelin, Steven Dubois, and Jordan Pierre-Gilles will bring home gold after winning the 5,000-metre final at the World Cup event in Nagoya, Japan, on Sunday. Dion also added a bronze in the men’s 1,000-metre final.

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

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People can safely receive a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in one arm and a flu shot in the other during the same clinic visit, health experts say. Meanwhile, scientists are working on a way to combine them in a single jab.

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

VACCIN GRIPPE DEMANDE 20201105

People can safely receive a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in one arm and a flu shot in the other during the same clinic visit, health experts say. Meanwhile, scientists are working on a way to combine them in a single jab.

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How the technology used to make COVID-19 vaccines could improve flu shots

VACCIN GRIPPE DEMANDE 20201105

People can safely receive a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in one arm and a flu shot in the other during the same clinic visit, health experts say. Meanwhile, scientists are working on a way to combine them in a single jab.