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Some facts about the Walkerton water tragedy

Some facts about the Walkerton water tragedy

TORONTO — Twenty years ago, contaminated water poisoned the drinking water in Walkerton, Ont. Some facts: What happened: Manure laden with e.coli O157:H7 seeped into a well supplying drinking water to town.
'Complicated' grief during pandemic has group calling for federal funding

'Complicated' grief during pandemic has group calling for federal funding

Entertaining people with his stories, jokes and musical talents on multiple instruments like the drums, saxophone and keyboards made Gord Kudlak a magnet for a large community that loved him.
Ontario, Alberta expand reopenings as Quebec delays school start in Montreal

Ontario, Alberta expand reopenings as Quebec delays school start in Montreal

MONTREAL — Even as much of Canada took steps Thursday toward resuming normal life, with the promise of reopened national parks and provincial economies, Quebec moved in the other direction by shelving plans to have students return to class in Montrea
B.C.'s Wet'suwet'en and governments sign understanding on rights and title

B.C.'s Wet'suwet'en and governments sign understanding on rights and title

VICTORIA — A virtual ceremony, where everyone involved pointed the freshly signed document at their cameras, marked the start of a new relationship between the hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en Nation and the federal and B.C. governments.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:19 p.m. on May 14, 2020: There are 73,401 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 7 p.m. British Columbia's public health officer is suggesting walking, running or biking to work during the COVID-19 pandemic rather than getting on a packed train or bus. Dr.
Mixed messages: Ottawa, Moe differ on Indigenous ceremonies during pandemic

Mixed messages: Ottawa, Moe differ on Indigenous ceremonies during pandemic

OTTAWA — Saskatchewan's premier says First Nations are receiving mixed messages after Canada's Indigenous services minister said sacred ceremonies would be allowed to continue despite restrictions put in place due to COVID-19.
Ontario stage one reopening includes stores, surgeries, tennis, dog grooming

Ontario stage one reopening includes stores, surgeries, tennis, dog grooming

TORONTO — Ontarians will be able to go shopping, play tennis and take their pets to the vet next week, but they should still avoid visiting friends and family, Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday.
'I feel lighter:' Some Albertans thrilled with haircuts, eating in restaurants

'I feel lighter:' Some Albertans thrilled with haircuts, eating in restaurants

Alberta's relaunch of its COVID-compromised economy Thursday was busy in some spots, slow in others and overshadowed by different rules for different communities.
Bank of Canada warns in report of business, household debt from COVID-19

Bank of Canada warns in report of business, household debt from COVID-19

OTTAWA — Financial markets are showing signs of concern about the how well companies can weather the COVID-19 economic crisis, the Bank of Canada said in a report outlining issues the pandemic is having on business and household debt.
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