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Tam warns of increasing pressure on hospitals as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

Tam warns of increasing pressure on hospitals as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

TORONTO — The rising tide of COVID-19 infections across much of Canada threatens to swamp a hospital system already under strain, the country's top doctor warned Saturday amid case numbers that continued to set records in long-standing virus hot spot
What the end of the Trump era could mean for Canadian Conservatives

What the end of the Trump era could mean for Canadian Conservatives

OTTAWA — When Donald Trump leaves the White House, a regular feature of the last four years of Canadian politics is going to change: Conservatives will no longer constantly have to distance themselves from such a polarizing president.
'It's just disgusting': Broncos parents angry over lack of action on bus seatbelts

'It's just disgusting': Broncos parents angry over lack of action on bus seatbelts

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Rapid tests slow to be used as health officials unsure of reliability, best use

Rapid tests slow to be used as health officials unsure of reliability, best use

OTTAWA — More than 3.8 million rapid tests for COVID-19 are now in the hands of provincial health authorities but many jurisdictions are still evaluating how the devices might help battle the pandemic.
Ralph Klein's niece does something nice for Innisfail in his name

Ralph Klein's niece does something nice for Innisfail in his name

Christmas fundraiser launched for the in-betweeners
Canada, Saudi Arabia named ‘worst performers’ in report on fossil fuel funding

Canada, Saudi Arabia named ‘worst performers’ in report on fossil fuel funding

Canada and Saudi Arabia are the “worst performers” amongst their respective peers when it comes to the scale of support for oil and gas production, a new report says.
Report suggests Alberta students want more education on climate change

Report suggests Alberta students want more education on climate change

An Alberta non-profit organization says there's a gap between the education students receive in schools and the information they want about energy and the environment.
Giving amid tough times? Here's how to make your charitable donations count

Giving amid tough times? Here's how to make your charitable donations count

Industry experts say the importance of donor research and charity transparency has become paramount in the wake of the WE Charity affair
Manufacturer moves to bring 'life-changing' cystic fibrosis drugs to Canada

Manufacturer moves to bring 'life-changing' cystic fibrosis drugs to Canada

Cystic Fibrosis Canada said the development could have "life-changing" consequences for many of the estimated 4,300 people with cystic fibrosis in Canada,
Channel Your Flannel

Channel Your Flannel

Ag for Life Launches Farmers in Flannel Photo Contest to celebrate farmers and a successful harvest.
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