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Ontario’s COVID-19 hospitalizations at 1,301, ICU admissions cross 200

The number of patients with COVID-19 in an Ontario hospital sits at 1,301 as ICU admissions linked to the disease…

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Missing e-transfers being returned to customers’ accounts, Royal Bank says

A number of Royal Bank of Canada customers reported e-transfers disappearing from their accounts at the outset of the long…

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‘We thought we were covered’: B.C. flood victim says insurance paid $30K after home destroyed

MERRITT, B.C. — A survivor of British Columbia’s catastrophic floods last year is warning others to check their insurance policies…

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Sri Lanka halts debt repayment pending IMF bailout plan

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA — Sri Lanka is suspending its repayment of foreign debt, including bonds and government-to-government borrowings, pending the…

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As provinces ask people to manage COVID-19 risks, experts say the public has less data

MONTREAL — At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, retired teacher Lois Armstrong said local health officials where she lives…

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Russia has defaulted on its foreign debt, says S&P

Russia has defaulted on its foreign debt because it offered bondholders payments in rubles, not dollars, credit ratings agency S&P…

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Northern Manitoba First Nation to search former residential school grounds for unmarked graves

A Manitoba First Nation plans to search the grounds of a former residential school for potential unmarked graves. In a…

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Charity resources strained by rise in demand amid continuing drop in Canadians giving: report

As Canadians face increasing financial pressures, they are unable to give to charities as much as before, according to a…

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COVID-19 in Canada: Experts urge continued masking, possible 4th dose

If you feel like everyone you know is getting COVID-19, or you know more people who are testing positive for…

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Rise in online child abuse prompts call for new law forcing removal of harmful images

OTTAWA — One of Canada’s foremost experts on child protection online said she is “very optimistic” that a panel advising…

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