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Former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney advising PM on COVID-19 economic response (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Britain Economy Virus Outbreak Mark Carney — the former governor of the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England — has been acting as an informal adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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How gaps in interprovincial contact tracing from flights could increase COVID-19 risks (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Winnipeg airport COVID-19 Public health officials aren't doing enough to reach out to people from different provinces who may have been exposed to the coronavirus on flights, often stopping contact tracing at their own borders, an epidemiologist warns.
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Black people face 'disproportionately' high charge, arrest rates from Toronto police: report (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Anti-racism demonstrators march in Toronto on June 6, 2020, more than a week after George Floyd, an unarmed black man, was killed by a police officer in Minnesota. A new report from the Ontario Human Rights Commission has found that Black people are more likely than others to be arrested, charged or have force used against them when interacting with Toronto police.
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Ontario doctor subject of complaints after COVID-19 tweets (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Kulvinder Kaur Gill Ontario doctor Kulvinder Kaur Gill has been criticized by fellow doctors and others after a series of tweets that they claim are spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and touting hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for virus.
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Melting glaciers will bring instability to more than 1 million Albertans' water supply (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
The Robertson glacier A first of its kind study from the University of British Columbia has found that melting glaciers will bring water shortages to one in four people living in Alberta.
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Windsor-Essex, last Ontario region in Stage 2, finally moving to Stage 3 of reopening (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
WECHU COVID-19 drive-thru random testing man tested The Ontario government has cleared Windsor-Essex to move into Stage 3 of reopening on Wednesday.
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Have you spotted a satellite dish on a beaver lodge? Here's why it's happening (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Beavers with satellite Beaver lodges equipped with satellite dishes dot the Canadian landscape. CBC found their source.
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Salome Bey, Canada's First Lady of the Blues, has died (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Salome Bey Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Salome Bey — affectionately known as Canada's "First Lady of the Blues — has died. The Grammy-nominated Bey was a multi-disciplinary performer and honorary member of the Order of Canada.
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Why the idea of social bubbles might need to be re-evaluated (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Ash Zade Family As Ontario moves forward with its reopening plans and more people get together with friends and family, some experts say the province needs to re-evaluate how these supposedly self-contained groups of 10 work in reality.
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B.C. woman caught CERB scammer in the act, but getting action from officials is the hardest part (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Tara McWilliams It's been more than two weeks since someone hacked into Tara McWilliams's online account with the Canada Revenue Agency, applied for COVID-19 emergency benefits and arranged for the payments to be deposited into a bank account on the other side of the country.
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Edmonton mother and daughter reeling after prison release of sexual deviant (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Gordon William Adams Gordon William Adams, 38, was released from a federal prison in late July after serving his entire sentence for breaking into a pair of Edmonton homes occupied by young teenage females. He is a convicted sexual deviant and predator.
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This Hamilton woman wanted 105 cards for her 105th birthday — she got almost 2,000 (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Ann Konkel A Hamilton, Ont., woman who wanted 105 cards for her 105th birthday ended up receiving roughly 2,000.
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Town of Melita, Man., mourns loss of teens in tornado (Sun, 09 Aug 2020)
Shayna Barnesky and Carter Tilbury The small Manitoba town of Melita is in deep mourning after two teens were killed in a nearby tornado Friday night. Shayna Barnesky and Carter Tilbury, both 18, died after their pickup truck was swept up by the twister.
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A mother dies of COVID-19, and a Gaspé family struggles to mourn without rituals (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Doréa Dee, COVID, Doréa Dee's family had to deal not only with the loss of their mother to COVID-19, but with one of her daughters falling ill after seeing her in hospital the day before she died.
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Proposed $200M private orthopedic surgical facility would be largest in Alberta's history (Mon, 10 Aug 2020)
Surgical wait times presser, Edmonton A group that includes orthopedic surgeons, a developer and high-powered lobbyists says it has gained tentative political support from Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro for a proposal to build and operate what would be the largest private, contracted surgical facility in the province's history.
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