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Lack of donations, high inflation crippling food banks this Thanksgiving

Food banks in Canada are noticing fewer food items being donated this fall. In the past, Canadians have…

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Joly pushing for Haiti plan at Americas summit as countries ponder Venezuela ties

OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly is trying to help broker a plan to get Haiti on its…

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End vaccination mandate at Canada-U.S. border, New York senator urges White House

WASHINGTON – A prominent New York senator is joining the ranks of American lawmakers who want the White House…

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Komagata Maru memorial vandalized in Vancouver for 2nd time in 14 months

Police are investigating the vandalism of the Komagata Maru memorial on Vancouver’s downtown waterfront, and whether it’s connected to…

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Canada should allow sale of foreign language-labelled children’s medication in response to shortage, Conservatives say

The Conservatives are calling on the federal government to allow the importation and sale of foreign language-labelled versions of…

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Federal government reveals plan to improve access to diabetes care across Canada

OTTAWA – The federal government has tabled a long-awaited plan in the House of Commons to improve access to…

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Nanos projections show Poilievre’s Conservatives winning more seats than Trudeau’s Liberals

If an election were to be held today, the Conservative Party would win more seats than the Liberals, the latest…

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Alberta UCP wraps up voting Thursday, prepares to announce new premier

Alberta’s governing United Conservative Party is scheduled pick the province’s new premier Thursday, and political observers say its next…

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Newfoundland and Labrador offering expat doctors $100,000 to come home to practise

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Newfoundland and Labrador is trying to entice doctors, nurses and paramedics working outside the province to…

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Back from the brink: Laurentian University a step closer to exiting creditor protection | CBC News

Laurentian University, the first public post-secondary institution in Canada to ever seek insolvency, is poised to finally exit the process with…

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