47 employees at Ottawa’s children’s hospital suspended without pay for violating vaccine mandate

OTTAWA — Forty-seven employees at Ottawa’s Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario have been placed on unpaid leave, and could be

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‘I was shocked:’ Video shows bison with its head trapped in car at Quebec wildlife park

A large bison at a wildlife park in western Quebec is unhurt after a frightening incident over the weekend. The

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Inert grenades responsible for Ambassador Bridge partial shut down, no charges laid

WINDSOR, ONT. — Windsor police say no criminal charges have been laid following an investigation into “possible explosives” that led

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Possible explosives shut down Ambassador Bridge border crossing as police investigate

WINDSOR, ONT. — Windsor police say the Ambassador Bridge has been shut down due to “possible explosives” in the area.

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‘Possible explosives’ partially shut down Ambassador Bridge, 1 detained

WINDSOR, ONT. — Windsor police say the Ambassador Bridge international border crossing has been shut down to Canada-bound traffic due

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‘Possible explosives’ partially shut down Ambassador Bridge, 1 detained

WINDSOR, ONT. — Windsor police say the Ambassador Bridge international border crossing between Canada and the U.S. was shut down

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Sask. reports more than 600 new COVID-19 cases for the first time

REGINA — Saskatchewan hit a devastating marker Thursday when the province recorded more than 600 new COVID-19 cases for the

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Sask. Party MLA resigns from government caucus after ‘misrepresenting her vaccination status’

REGINA — Long-time MLA Nadine Wilson has resigned from the Sask. Party caucus after “misrepresenting her vaccination status.” According to

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‘A fall and winter of misery’: Sask.’s top doctor predicts grim end of 2021

REGINA — The province’s chief medical health officer has offered a bleak prediction as to how Saskatchewan people might be

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Federal government prepared to help Saskatchewan battle COVID-19 fourth wave

REGINA — The federal government is prepared to help Saskatchewan battle its fourth wave of COVID-19. In a tweet on

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