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Enjoy the best top 12 Canada fairs in 2021 Canadian outdoors. See spectacular cool crisp mornings and the breathtaking colors of the leaves which is are sure signs that the Canada summer is ending and fall is upon us in Canada provinces.

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Brampton, Ont., teen among youngest Canadians to die with COVID-19

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A teenage girl in Brampton, Ont., is among the youngest Canadians to die with COVID-19 after her family said she contracted the coronavirus amid the province’s devastating third wave. 

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Alberta’s Wood Buffalo region to declare state of local emergency as COVID-19 cases climb

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The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in northeastern Alberta is declaring a state of local emergency due to mounting COVID-19 case numbers there.

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Should Alberta reconsider COVID-19 vaccine prioritization? It’s complicated, expert says

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How does a government sort through a sea of valid demands when there isn’t enough COVID-19 vaccine to go around?

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

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India’s new coronavirus infections hit a new high for a fifth day on Monday, as countries including Britain, Germany and the United States pledged to send urgent medical aid to help battle the crisis overwhelming its hospitals.

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Minister Miller and Minister Vandal will hold a media availability on Budget 2021 funding for housing in the North

The Minister of Indigenous Services and the Minister of Northern Affairs will hold a media availability on Budget 2021 funding for housing in the North.

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N.L. health-care workers likely heading to Ontario Tuesday

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Newfoundland Premier Andrew Furey says he spoke with Ontario Premier Doug Ford over the weekend about sending health-care workers and supplies to help the province deal with a worsening COVID-19 situation.

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Minister Duclos to discuss measures for housing in federal Budget 2021 during an event with stakeholders in Québec City region

The President of the Treasury Board, the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, will meet with community stakeholders to discuss investments in housing announced in Budget 2021: A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience.

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An engineer’s keen eye for design means this 11-year-old can now play minor hockey

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Cerebral palsy meant that Carter Burton could not wear a hockey glove on his left hand — that is, until now.

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Government of Canada signs new agreement for COVID-19 testing of temporary foreign workers entering Quebec

The Government of Canada continues to take unprecedented action to protect the health and safety of Canadians by introducing measures to prevent further introduction and transmission of COVID-19 and new variants of the virus into Canada.

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Brandon McBride ready to erase world championship-sized regrets at Tokyo Olympics

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Nineteen months have passed since Brandon McBride failed to qualify for the men’s 800-metre final at the world track and field championships, a disappointing outcome he now uses as motivation in his Olympic medal pursuit.

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Proposed new Toronto-area highway comes at a high cost to environment and personal health, say critics

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Supporters of a proposed new highway near Toronto say it will relieve the gridlock experienced by long-suffering commuters in Ontario — but for how long? What on Earth takes a close look at the debate, and what it tells us about urban sprawl, green spaces and human health.

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Fireballs streaking across the sky spark epic hunt for space garbage

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The fiery re-entry of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket into the Earth’s atmosphere created a bright spectacle on March 25, sending a trio of meteorite detectives on a hunt for the debris.

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When asked about emission targets, Freeland says carbon capture plans will ‘turbocharge’ industry

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Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says measures proposed as part of last week’s federal budget will help “turbocharge” work being done on carbon capture — and a law professor says that could be telling about the weeks and months to come.

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Teed-off golf courses lobby to get Ontario to reverse closures amid pandemic

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People hoping to hit the greens this spring were surprised Ontario’s enhanced stay-at-home-order amid the pandemic has shut golf courses, among other outdoor amenities. Enthusiasts of the sport say safety protocols were already well put in place, and they’re lobbying the province to reopen sites that were closed April 16. The no-contact outdoor sport was played throughout 2020, after clubs initiated health and safety protocols.

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Teed-off golf courses lobby to get Ontario to reverse closures amid pandemic

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People hoping to hit the greens this spring were surprised Ontario’s enhanced stay-at-home-order amid the pandemic has shut golf courses, among other outdoor amenities. Enthusiasts of the sport say safety protocols were already well put in place, and they’re lobbying the province to reopen sites that were closed April 16. The no-contact outdoor sport was played throughout 2020, after clubs initiated health and safety protocols.

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‘Absolutely harrowing’: India’s calamitous second wave

‘Absolutely harrowing’: India’s calamitous second wave

In India, COVID-19 has reached catastrophic levels. The health-care system is so overwhelmed that the sick are lying on the ground outside hospitals, and doctors are begging online for oxygen. Amy Kazmin, the New Delhi-based South Asia bureau chief for the Financial Times, joins us for a view from the ground, and explains how things got this bad.

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Recovery of remains provides relief for family of Edmonton woman who vanished Christmas Eve

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The sister of an Edmonton woman whose remains were found on the outskirts of the city Wednesday said the family has found relief in the grim discovery. 

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Video game giant EA steering players into loot-box option in popular soccer game, insider says

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A gaming insider says an internal company document proves video game giant Electronic Arts is trying to drive players into a type of game play that encourages them to spend more money and which has come under fire for possible links to gambling. 

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Nomadland wins big, Chadwick Boseman snubbed in pandemic-adapted show

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The 93rd annual Academy Awards returned to our screens on Sunday as the capstone on a year of COVID-19 adapted awards shows. It was a night of firsts and fashion, speeches and upsets, and definitely of change.

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National medical licences could help speed redeployment of doctors, nurses to where they’re needed most

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Though doctors and nurses are all similarly trained, practicing in a province or territory takes reams of paperwork, reference letters, professional documents — and the approval is not portable, write James Maskalyk and Kirsten Johnson.

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Federal budget fell short on infrastructure, Indigenous leaders say

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National Indigenous leaders say the federal budget doesn’t do enough to fulfil the government’s 2030 promise to close infrastructure gaps in their communities.

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Deaths, hospitalizations dropping among oldest Canadians as COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up

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After a sluggish start, Canada’s vaccination efforts are starting to pay off, with COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths among the oldest Canadians now dropping at a faster rate than in younger adults who are less likely to be vaccinated yet, according to a CBC News analysis.

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COVID-19 the ‘perfect storm’ for people battling hoarding disorder

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Canadians who hoard are finding it difficult to control their disorder due to COVID-19 restrictions. They are “already among our most isolated clients … and the pandemic just made that all so much harder,” says Lucie Hager, who helps hoarders get their lives back on track.

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Alberta’s Wood Buffalo region to declare local state of emergency due to climbing COVID-19 cases

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The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in northeastern Alberta is declaring a local state of emergency due to mounting COVID-19 case numbers there.

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ICU nurse finds inspiration in Steph Curry’s catchphrase

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Shelby Delaney, an intensive care unit nurse, has depended on Steph Curry’s “I Can Do All Things” catchphrase so many times over the years.

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Canadian golfer Brooke Henderson bolsters resumé with 10th LPGA title

Canadian golfer Brooke Henderson bolsters resumé with 10th LPGA title

Brooke Henderson captured her 10th career LPGA title on Saturday. The 23-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., already has more LPGA or PGA wins than any other Canadian golfer in history.

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Tokyo Olympics: More tests, no quarantine in updated rules

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Tokyo Olympic organizers and the IOC are to unveil new plans this week to explain how 15,400 Olympic and Paralympic athletes can compete in Japan when the games open in three months in the midst of a pandemic.

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Bumgarner throws 7-inning no-hitter, doesn’t count in record books

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Madison Bumgarner definitely had no-hit stuff, even if the Major League Baseball record book said he didn’t.

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Oscars 2021: Daniel Kaluuya wins best supporting actor

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Daniel Kaluuya’s portrayal of Fred Hampton in Judas and the Black Messiah earned him the Oscar for best supporting actor on Sunday.

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Canadian striker Jonathan David helps vault Lille back atop Ligue 1 standings

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Canadian international Jonathan David scored to help Lille rally from 2-0 down and win 3-2 at rival Lyon on Sunday, reclaiming first place from Paris Saint-Germain by one point with four games left in a thrilling French league race.

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Aussies Leishman, Smith survive climatic finish to claim Zurich Classic

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Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman outlasted Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel to win the Zurich Classic in a playoff that capped a tight and tense final round Sunday.

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Search team locates wreckage of Tyhawk fishing vessel

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A volunteer-led search team has located the wreckage of the Tyhawk fishing vessel off the coast of Cape Breton, N.S. It is in an area where the boat was last reported before capsizing earlier this month.

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Canadian cyclist Mike Woods falls short at Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic

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Michael Woods’ late charge fell just short Sunday as the Canadian rider finished fifth in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic.

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Blue Jays bullpen blanks Rays, leading to series win after Ryu exits with injury

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Toronto starter Hyun Jin Ryu was forced to leave early with a minor strain and five relievers completed the shutout, lifting the Blue Jays over the hometown Tampa Bay Rays 1-0 Sunday.

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Statement from Health Canada on AstraZeneca and Janssen COVID-19 vaccines produced at Emergent BioSolutions

Health Canada is aware of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent inspection of the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore, Maryland, which noted multiple areas of concern. Health Canada would like to reassure Canadians that all AstraZeneca vaccines imported into Canada from this facility are safe and of high quality. Janssen vaccines produced at this site have not entered the country.

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Family calls for arrests after Black boy swarmed, kicked in racist attack

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A young boy’s family is demanding more action from police and school officials following a violent attack they say was motivated by hate.

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Nadal outlasts Tsitsipas in 3-hour 38-minute marathon to win 12th Barcelona Open

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Rafael Nadal saved a match point on his way to beating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 6-7 (6), 7-5 on Sunday in the Barcelona Open final, winning the title for a record 12th time.

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Ottawa ‘constantly’ looking at further COVID-19 border measures, Freeland says

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​​​​​​​Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says Ottawa is “constantly” reviewing its border measures to guard against the spread of COVID-19 and more transmissible variants of the novel coronavirus. 

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Federal government set to intervene as Port of Montreal heads toward another strike

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The prospect of another strike at the port — just seven months after the previous one — has alarmed businesses and politicians alike.

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Internet down in Tumbler Ridge, B.C., after beaver chews through fibre cable

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Internet service is down for about 900 customers in Tumbler Ridge, B.C., after a beaver chewed through a crucial fibre cable, causing “extensive” damage.

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Einarson beats Homan to win Players’ Championship in Calgary

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Kerri Einarson never trailed in a 5-2 victory over Rachel Homan in an all-Canadian women’s final at the Princess Auto Players’ Championship on Sunday in Calgary.

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Bianca Andreescu withdraws from Madrid Open due to illness

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Canada’s Bianca Andreescu will remain on the sidelines a little longer as the star confirmed on Sunday that she won’t be participating in the upcoming Madrid Open due to an illness.

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Crew declared dead as lost Indonesian submarine found broken into pieces

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Indonesia’s military on Sunday officially said all 53 crew members from a submarine that sank and broke apart last week are dead and that search teams had located the vessel’s wreckage on the ocean floor.

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Sunday Edition Statement from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on April 25, 2021

On April 25, 2021, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement on COVID-19.

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PSG held 1-1 by Barcelona in women’s Champions League semifinals

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Paris Saint-Germain drew 1-1 at home to Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal, with Bayern Munich hosting Chelsea in the first leg of the other women’s semifinal later Sunday.

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Child care won’t be a ‘magic bullet’ that sparks post-pandemic recovery: Freeland

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Ottawa’s plan to lower early learning and child-care costs was a centrepiece of last week’s federal budget, but Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland warns that such a system won’t quickly repair the economic damage wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Max Kühner captures Dutch Masters show jumping title

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Max Kühner captured the first major of the show jumping season on Sunday at the Dutch Masters in Den Bosch, Netherlands.

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Vaccine hunting? These volunteers want to help; Rogers blames update for outage: CBCs Marketplace Cheat Sheet

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