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Canadians of Italian origin find justice in apology for internment during WW2

Canadians of Italian origin find justice in apology for internment during WW2

OTTAWA — After decades of digging through archival material and talking with the relatives of people of Italian origin detained in Canada during the Second World War, Montreal historian Joyce Pillarella says Canada's long-awaited apology gives her fa
'Off the radar': new program aims to give visibility to young caregivers in Quebec

'Off the radar': new program aims to give visibility to young caregivers in Quebec

MONTREAL — At 13, while most of her friends were playing outdoors, Joany Roussel was home.

A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on May 24, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. ET on Monday May 24, 2021. In Canada, the provinces are reporting 311,609 new vaccinations administered for a total of 21,025,807 doses given. Nationwide, 1,653,026 people or 4.

Vaccine deliveries poised to slow this week with Canada expecting 600K Pfizer doses

OTTAWA — Canada is set for a relatively quiet few days on the COVID-19 vaccine front with only about 600,000 Pfizer-BioNTech doses set to arrive this week.
Canadian troops, Mounties get front row seats to Israeli-Palestinian clashes

Canadian troops, Mounties get front row seats to Israeli-Palestinian clashes

OTTAWA — A handful of Canadian Armed Forces members and RCMP officers have had front row seats over the past two weeks as protests and violence have rocked parts of Israel and the Gaza Strip, leaving scores of people dead.
Provinces shift vaccination efforts to teens and younger adults as rollout advances

Provinces shift vaccination efforts to teens and younger adults as rollout advances

A day after Canada officially reported partially immunizing 50 per cent of residents against COVID-19, more provinces stepped up efforts to add younger age groups to the vaccinated ranks.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:20 p.m. Alberta is reporting 563 additional COVID-19 cases today and six new deaths. The province's chief medical health officer, Dr.
B.C. 'Hobbit' house renamed after threat of lawsuit from entertainment company

B.C. 'Hobbit' house renamed after threat of lawsuit from entertainment company

BRIDESVILLE, B.C. — The owner of a British Columbia Airbnb property paying tribute to the fantasy race of hobbits from the "Lord of the Rings" has been forced to change the name of her property after being threatened with a lawsuit.
Canadian troops lining up in droves to be vaccinated with 85% receiving one dose

Canadian troops lining up in droves to be vaccinated with 85% receiving one dose

OTTAWA — Canadian military personnel have come forward in droves to be vaccinated for COVID-19, with the Department of National Defence reporting more than 85 per cent of all troops having received at least one dose.
Community involvement key to safe, reclaimable coal mines: industry scientists

Community involvement key to safe, reclaimable coal mines: industry scientists

Coal mines can be environmentally safe and can become useful, enjoyable landscapes when the seam runs out, say scientists working with industry.