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O'Toole says he wants to eject Derek Sloan from caucus after donation from white nationalist (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP DEBATE 20200618 Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says he plans to expel eastern Ontario MP Derek Sloan from the Conservative caucus after news emerged that the backbencher received a leadership campaign donation from a self-described white nationalist.
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Biden's planned Keystone XL cancellation welcomed by NDP, Green leaders (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Jagmeet Singh and Annamie Paul The leaders of two federal opposition parties welcomed news today that U.S. president-elect Joe Biden will rescind a presidential permit allowing cross-border construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, a decision that would effectively kill the long-delayed project.
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Canada clears Boeing 737 Max for flight nearly 2 years after global grounding (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
BOEING-737MAX/FAA Boeing's 737 Max has been approved to fly again in Canadian skies starting Wednesday, ending a 22-month grounding following a pair of fatal overseas crashes that cost 346 people their lives and did serious damage to the company's reputation.
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Six Nations entrepreneur Ken Hill dies in Florida (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Ken Hill Ken Hill, a prominent businessman from Six Nations of the Grand River and co-owner of the Grand River Enterprises cigarette company, has died in Miami, Fla., the company has confirmed.
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Video captures patient crawling out of hospital after staff dismiss pleas for help (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
pontone3 Medical staff at a Toronto hospital told a man complaining of excruciating leg pain that he was fine to go home — forcing him to crawl out of emergency. He believes a serious health disorder was ignored due to his mental illness, a problem mental health experts say is far too common.
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Alberta will run out of COVID-19 vaccine today or early Tuesday, Premier Jason Kenney says (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Alta Legis Referendums 20200623 Alberta is putting a temporary hold on the first dose of COVID-19 vaccinations in order to ensure it has enough vaccine to provide a second dose to people who have already received their first shot, Premier Jason Kenney said Monday. 
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Alberta braces for Biden's Keystone XL decision (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Biden If Joe Biden cancels Keystone XL's U.S. permit in one of his first acts as president, it would be a blow for the province of Alberta and the energy sector, but the size of the hit remains one of many questions.
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Hospital set to open north of Toronto to handle overflow of critical COVID-19 cases (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
COVID ONT 20210118 With hospital intensive care units in parts of Ontario reaching capacity due to COVID-19, a new hospital will open in Vaughan, Ont., next month to help relieve pressure on other facilities in the Greater Toronto Area, the province announced Monday.
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Patient hopes Canada will introduce regulations for psychotherapy with 'magic mushrooms' (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Thomas Hartle As the first terminally ill cancer patient in Canada to legally use so-called magic mushrooms to treat anxiety, Thomas Hartle is hopeful that more temporary approvals from the federal government signal a permanent regulatory regime may be in the works.
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Connor McDavid's relentless drive for self-improvement is gift that keeps on giving (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
McDavid-Connor-110320 Connor McDavid is determined to up his game this season. Opposing defencemen be warned, the Edmonton Oilers' 24-year-old star is ready to lead by example in quest to win.
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Private broadcasters' group argues CBC is disrupting the market by selling ads (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Ont CBC Reporter Licked 20190227 A review of the CBC's licence renewal applications enters its second phase today, with some organizations and individuals presenting their calls for greater accountability and transparency from the public broadcaster.
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Unifor members approve pact that will see GM invest $1B in CAMI plant (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
tp-ingersoll-gm-cami-2294231 Unifor members have voted to approve General Motors Canada's plan to invest $1 billion in an electric vehicle plant in southern Ontario.
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Stranded teen snowmobiler commended by B.C. search and rescue crews for digging snow cave (Sun, 17 Jan 2021)
Snow cave dug by 17-year-old snowmobiler 100 Mile House Search and rescue crews near 100 Mile House, B.C., are commending the actions of a 17-year-old who dug a snow cave to stay warm and safe after getting lost snowmobiling.
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'They call us every day': COVID-19 case monitors are a lifeline for those waiting out illness at home (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Jony Rahaman In some provinces, including Saskatchewan and Manitoba, public health workers make daily phone calls to people with COVID-19 to actively monitor their symptoms and compliance with the rules. The practice is recommended by the Public Health Agency of Canada, but some provinces do not actively monitor cases.
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Ontario seniors 'living in fear' of COVID-19 feel forgotten in vaccine rollout plan (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Ketty and Morris Samel Figures from Public Health Ontario show that more than a third of COVID-19 deaths in Ontario are adults 60 and over who aren't in long-term care. Advocates, health experts and seniors in Ontario themselves are calling for older adults in the community to be vaccinated for COVID-19 sooner.
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