Day: April 12, 2022

CA

Ontario has expanded the spread of COVID-19, and indoor masking is strongly recommended

Ontario officials are treating coronavirus disease in 2019, and the Government recommends that masks be installed in all rooms. “We are well aware that 2019 coronavirus disease has entered the sixth wave,” Dr. Kieran Moore, chief medical officer of the Ontario Ministry of health, told reporters in the first cvid-19 update on Monday. Moore said […]

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CA

BC mayors call on federal government to provide flood and fire recovery funds

BC mayors whose communities were devastated by floods and wildfires last year want the federal government to deliver the billions of dollars in promised funding as soon as possible. Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun said he was among 28 mayors and members of regional districts who met with federal and provincial public safety ministers on Monday […]

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Global

Russian opposition figure detained by police in Moscow, activist says

Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza Jr., who was sickened twice in incidents he suspected were poisonings, was arrested in Moscow by police, another said Monday. opposition figure. Ilya Yashin said on Twitter that Kara-Murza was arrested near his residence in Moscow on Monday. It was unclear whether he had been charged. Kara-Murza has been hospitalized […]

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CA

How accurate is your rapid test now? Experts intervene as Omicron fuels the 6th wave

Medical experts say Canadians should keep a supply of rapid antigen tests on hand as we head into a summer with almost no public health restrictions in much of the country. But experts add that a negative result does not necessarily mean someone is in the clear. Canada is already experiencing a sixth wave of […]

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Entertainment

Britney Spears pregnant with her 3rd child, months after being freed from her father’s control

Singer Britney Spears announced she’s pregnant with her third child by posting to Instagram on Monday. Spears, 40, not only revealed her pregnancy, but also appeared to announce that she had married fiancé Sam Asghari, 28, calling him her “husband” in the post. Spears described how she noticed changes in her stomach that she initially […]

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CA

Inside Alleged Fraud and Counterfeiting at the Lester B. Pearson School Board in Quebec City

Months after the Lester B. Pearson School Board fired the head of its international service in 2016, Quebec’s anti-corruption unit was called in to investigate alleged wrongdoing. Dubbed “Project Pandora”, the investigation focused on allegations of fraud, forged documents and abuse of power within the department as it grew rapidly. Between 2011-2012 and 2015-2016, the […]

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Global

California utility to pay $55m but admit no wrongdoing in 2 devastating wildfires

Pacific Gas & Electric has agreed to pay more than US$55 million to avoid criminal charges over two major wildfires sparked by aging power lines in Northern California owned by the nation’s largest utility, the US announced Monday. prosecutors. PG&E does not admit wrongdoing in two settlements reached with prosecutors for last year’s Dixie Fire […]

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CA

Please stop asking me where I got COVID

This first-person column is written by Melinda Maldonado who is recovering from a long COVID. For more information on CBC’s First Person Stories, please see frequently asked questions. When my dog ​​looked at me with pleading eyes and a whine, I reluctantly grabbed his leash and got off. I knew I was too exhausted to […]

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CA

This 8-year-old Ontarian’s love of writing and a rescue dog inspired her to start a journal

The Abby Post started when Frankie the dog pulled a muscle. The rescue beagle was a regular sight around Port Dover, Ontario, sniffing with Abby Mitchell and her aunt, Carrie Sinkowski. But suddenly, in June 2021, the couple were walking solo, and friends and neighbors were wondering where they were. Abby decided she needed a […]

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Global

Attacks on civilians prompted Ukrainians to join the war effort against Russia – in any way possible

Tears welled in Nastia Estomina’s eyes, despite a forced smile for her young children, each time she thought of the difficult journey to flee her home in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine. While they were still there, they were under constant threat of bombardment, with fighter jets flying so low that Estomina could sometimes spot the expression […]

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