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Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

Trudeau's campaign has been faltering thus far, with polls suggesting the significant lead the Liberals held earlier this year has evaporated. His campaign has been dogged by protesters at multiple stops, but the mob mentality and size of the crowds appear to have increased in recent days.
Federal government posts $12.7B deficit for June; spending down, revenue up

Federal government posts $12.7B deficit for June; spending down, revenue up

The federal deficit for the April to June period of the 2021-22 fiscal year totalled $36.5 billion compared with a deficit of $120.4 billion for the same period a year earlier.
Speed a factor in crash that took lives of three hockey players in B.C.: police

Speed a factor in crash that took lives of three hockey players in B.C.: police

The NHL and hockey teams, including the Humboldt Broncos, offered their condolences to the families of the three junior players.
Health Canada authorizes Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines for kids 12 to 17 years old

Health Canada authorizes Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines for kids 12 to 17 years old

Health Canada took only a few weeks to approve Pfizer for youth, and has not explained why the Moderna review took more than two months. 
Jump in Alberta alcohol-related hospitalizations in COVID's 1st wave: study

Jump in Alberta alcohol-related hospitalizations in COVID's 1st wave: study

A poll last year by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addictions found about 25 per cent of Canadians between 35 and 54 increased their alcohol consumption during the first few months of the pandemic for reasons that included boredom and stress.
Police complaints filed after politicians' vaccine passport QR codes allegedly hacked

Police complaints filed after politicians' vaccine passport QR codes allegedly hacked

The department said in a statement today it is aware of reports that people have managed to steal the QR codes of members of the Quebec legislature and is taking the matter seriously.
Alberta to offer vaccine confirmation cards, but province says passports a no-go

Alberta to offer vaccine confirmation cards, but province says passports a no-go

The recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the province and elsewhere across Canada has prompted some jurisdictions to take more proactive measures on vaccine passports.
Cybersecurity experts say Quebec vaccine passport safe, a model for the country

Cybersecurity experts say Quebec vaccine passport safe, a model for the country

The SMART Health Card, is also being used for vaccine passports in New York state, Louisiana, and California. The technology is based around a quick-response code containing a person's name, date of birth, and information about the vaccinations they have received.
Last Canadian military flight takes off from Kabul, ending mission

Last Canadian military flight takes off from Kabul, ending mission

Gen. Wayne Eyre, the acting chief of the defence staff, said Canada brought roughly 3,700 people out of Afghanistan, which fell to the Taliban earlier this month.
Jeremy Hall set to compete Thursday night in Tokyo

Jeremy Hall set to compete Thursday night in Tokyo

The Lakeland's own Jeremy Hall will be competing in the PR2Mix category, alongside his rowing partner Jessye Brockway.