March 10, 2023

In the cities hardest hit, care for Canadians with long COVID is scarce

Across Canada, an estimated 1.4 million people have experienced long COVID and specialized clinics exist in only five provinces. So why is access to patient care so scarce?
March 10, 2023

Southern Ontarians dealing with more snow as winter storms moves through region

A storm stretched over the Greater Toronto Area through to Windsor, with some regions receiving between five and 20 cm of snow
March 10, 2023

WestJet gets government OK to take over Sunwing, with conditions

WestJet has received official approval from the federal government for its proposed takeover of Sunwing, a move that clears the way for the merger to go ahead.
March 10, 2023

Teen in Newfoundland charged with attempted murder after alleged attack at school

A 15-year-old boy is charged after an attack on another student outside a high school in St. John’s
March 10, 2023

Dedicated mental health facility in Calgary to open its doors for children and youth

The $39-million facility opens Monday in the city’s northwest
March 10, 2023

B.C. dropping vaccine requirement for provincial public servants

From April 3, proof of vaccination is no longer required
March 10, 2023

Royal Canadian Mint still foresees vital role as demand for coins inevitably declines

Most data suggests physical currency won’t be disappearing anytime soon. Two-in-three Canadians surveyed reported using cash within the last month
March 10, 2023

Toronto police arrest two men in carjacking involving Maple Leafs’ Mitch Marner

A 24-year-old man from Brampton and a 21-year-old man from Toronto have both been arrested in connection with several carjackings, say police
March 10, 2023

Class-action lawsuit proposed for shareholders affected by Adastra cocaine claim

The lawsuit contends Adastra violated the B.C. Securities Act by making ‘inaccurate public representations’ that artificially boosted the company’s stock price
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