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Canada News: See Canadian who admits to hacking spree with Russian cyber gang online

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Chinese rover investigates ‘cube’ on far side of the moon

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A photograph of a cube-like object captured by a Chinese rover on the far side of the moon has fanned speculation over what it could be.

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Japanese fashion tycoon blasts off for International Space Station

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A Japanese billionaire and his producer rocketed to space Wednesday as the first self-paying space tourists in more than a decade.

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Firefighters puzzled by N.S. delay in expanding cancer compensation coverage

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Successive premiers have promised to expand the list of cancers that are deemed a workplace injury for firefighters in Nova Scotia, but those changes still haven’t been made. Some firefighters want to know why.

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Human trials for 2 inhaled COVID-19 vaccines to start in Hamilton in 2022

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Human trials are set to begin early next year for two next-generation COVID-19 vaccines developed by scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, researchers said Tuesday.

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Climate change could cost billions in additional building maintenance: report

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Climate change could cost Ontario’s provincial and municipal governments up to $116 billion by the end of this century, according to a new report from the province’s accountability officer.

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How to catch your once-in-a-lifetime look at Comet Leonard

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Your once-in-a-lifetime chance to see a green comet named C/2021 A1 (a.k.a. Leonard) is here. Astronomy experts, including the comet’s discoverer, offer some tips on when and how to see the comet.

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Retreating glaciers could create new salmon habitat, B.C. study shows

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The retreat of glaciers in the Pacific mountains of British Columbia and Alaska could produce thousands of kilometres of potential new salmon habitat, a study led by researchers at Simon Fraser University shows.

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The December disconnect: Why COVID alone is not to blame for Manitoba’s newest ICU crisis

Manitoba Health Minister Audrey Gordon

Faced with the task of ramping up ICU capacity to ensure no patient will ever be transferred out of province again, Manitoba has been unable to manage even a diminished patient load.

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Pandemic worsening already dire northern suicide crisis, Lac La Ronge band councillor says

Devin Bernatchez

A Lac La Ronge Indian Band councillor drove nearly seven hours to Regina from Sucker River Reserve in Northern Saskatchewan to raise the alarm about the worsening suicide crisis in his community.

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Omicron surveillance key as Alberta tries to control new, worrying variant

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As Alberta’s omicron case count ticks up, scientists at the province’s public health lab are working to identify cases and preparing for the possibility the new variant could take hold in the province.

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COVID-19 vaccine from Canada’s Medicago reports 75 per cent efficacy in Phase 3 trial

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Canada’s first homegrown COVID-19 vaccine has shown high efficacy against infection during Phase 3 clinical trials, the drugmakers behind the plant-based shot reported Tuesday, fuelling hopes it could soon get a stamp of approval for use.

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Archaeologist whose research in Yukon made waves in science world remembered

Jacques Cinq-Mars

Jacques Cinq-Mars, a man perhaps best known for his research in some of the more remote parts of the Yukon, has died. His son, a colleague and a resident of Old Crow, where a large portion of his work took place, share their memories of Cinq-Mars.

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What is the N.W.T. doing to protect its ‘globally significant’ peatlands?

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Tom Lakusta, the manager of forest resources at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, said the territory is studying the impact wildfires have on carbon that’s been collecting in the ground for thousands of years.

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DFO closely monitoring North Atlantic right whales off Newfoundland

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The department is keeping a close eye out after several North Atlantic right whales were spotted off northern Newfoundland last month.

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Toronto Board of Health votes to decriminalize possession of small amounts of illegal drugs

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The Toronto Board of Health has voted to ask the federal government to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of illegal drugs in the city to help tackle the worsening opioid overdose crisis. 

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WHO advises against using blood plasma of recovered patients as COVID-19 treatment

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The World Health Organization on Monday advised against using the blood plasma of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to treat those who are ill, saying current evidence shows it neither improves survival nor reduces the need for ventilators.

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Planning to travel or gather with family for the holidays? Here is what you should consider

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Infectious disease experts say holiday plans can go ahead — with precautions.

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Pandemic disruptions led to 47,000 more malaria deaths last year, WHO says

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The World Health Organization said Monday that the global response to the longtime threat of malaria has taken a hit as the coronavirus pandemic disrupted health services in many countries, leading to tens of thousands more deaths worldwide last year.

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Meet the latest threat to Ontario’s forests — and it’s lurking just off shore

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It’s quiet, it’s deadly, and it’s half a kilometre from the Canadian border.

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N.W.T. peatlands store 24 billion tonnes of carbon and are worth protecting, experts say

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An Indigenous environmentalist and an ecosystems scientist say the N.W.T. has a responsibility for protecting its peatlands, because they store a significant amount of carbon that will increase climate change if its released into the atmosphere.

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The science says there’s no difference between a dry or a wet cold. Sorry

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Each winter, the debate of dry cold vs wet cold rages on. But does the humidity actually make a difference? Turns out, it doesn’t.

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Banned for decades, releasing oilsands tailings water is now on the horizon

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Tailing ponds have been growing for decades because it’s been illegal to release their toxic water. Now, the federal government has begun developing regulations to allow oilsands operators in northern Alberta to begin releasing treated tailings water back into the environment. Currently, companies must store any water used to extract oil during the mining process because it becomes toxic.

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Travel rules eased for Canadians stranded in South Africa, but criticism of broader ban endures

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Some travel restrictions have been temporarily eased for Canadians currently stranded in South Africa, but the wider travel ban on foreign nationals is still being criticized by countries in southern Africa.

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

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Higher hospital admissions among children during a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections in South Africa that is driven by the omicron variant should prompt vigilance but not panic, as infections have been mild, a health official said on Saturday.

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Total solar eclipse brings darkness to Antarctic summer

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Video released by NASA shows a total solar eclipse as seen from Western Antarctica on Saturday.

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Doctors call for help as hospitals battle surgical backlogs, staffing shortages

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There is a backlog of hundreds of thousands of surgical procedures, and it will take at least $1.3 billion in additional funding to get wait times back to what they were before the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian Medical Association says.

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Warmest fall on record for many Kivalliq communities set to break next week as winds shift

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The unusually warm weather hanging over the Kivalliq region of Nunavut is poised to end this weekend, but the lingering effects of the hottest fall on record for many communities have yet to be seen.

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Here’s how the new arrival testing system will work for foreign travellers from non-U.S. destinations

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Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos sought today to clarify complicated new COVID-19-related travel requirements, saying that all passengers coming from non-U.S. foreign destinations will soon have to undergo mandatory testing on arrival.

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Concerns raised by salmon group over discoveries of farmed fish in East Coast rivers

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Research suggests cross-breeding can damage the wild stocks’ long-term health.

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Injectable gels could help repair heart tissue and spinal cord injuries

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Bob McDonald’s blog: Advanced new bioengineered materials could be used to help help difficult-to-repair tissues heal.

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Disaster expert urges those affected by B.C. flooding to take care of their mental health

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An expert on the psychological and social impacts of disasters on families is encouraging people affected by devastating floods in British Columbia to take care of their mental health while focusing on rebuilding.

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Canadians 50 and over should get COVID-19 booster shot, national immunization committee says

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In a new report issued today, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now strongly recommending all Canadians over the age of 50 and other vulnerable groups, such as health-care workers, Indigenous people and those living in congregate care settings, get a third dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

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Demand spikes for COVID-19 tests as kids fight ‘potpourri of viruses’

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Children in Ottawa were tested for COVID-19 almost 20,000 times last month, more than three times the number tested in November 2020.

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Sask. resident hoping for kidney transplant says organ donation program resumption is bittersweet

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For 25-year-old Eden Janzen, the resumption of Saskatchewan’s organ donation program is bittersweet, as the Regina woman says her hope of getting a kidney transplant is becoming more distant. 

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New Brunswickers with doctors facing increasing wait for health care, survey suggests

Stéphane Robichaud

A survey on primary care done by the New Brunswick Health Council found a gradual decrease in residents’ ability to get an appointment with their family doctor within five days. Only 51 per cent of New Brunswickers surveyed were able to, down from 56 per cent in 2011.

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Fish farm firm Cermaq Canada fined $500,000 for B.C. diesel spill

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A fish farming company has been fined $500,000 for a spill that sent more than 500 litres of diesel pouring into the waters near Campbell River, B.C.

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N.L. wants to double oil production by 2030. But could demand soon dry up?

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Demand for Canadian oil exports could evaporate within 15 years, according to a recent study published in Nature Energy.

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3 privately owned, commercial space stations get NASA funding

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NASA announced on Thursday it has awarded $415.6 million US to billionaire Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, stalwart contractor Northrop Grumman Corp and venture-backed Nanoracks to develop privately owned and operated commercial space stations.

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How Indigenous pipeline resistance keeps emissions in the ground

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In this week’s issue of our environment newsletter, we explore how Indigenous resistance is keeping carbon emissions out of the atmosphere and learn that there is a pecking order among birds when it comes to being fed.

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Canada should focus on vaccine equity — not travel bans — human rights advocate, doctors say

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Canada has funded several initiatives designed to achieve global vaccine equity throughout the pandemic. But some doctors and a human rights advocate told CBC the Canadian government could do more.