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Up to a billion seashore creatures were cooked to death during B.C. heat wave, researcher says

As many as one billion seashore animals along the Salish Sea may have died as a result of the heat wave in British Columbia. Researchers...

COVID-19: Lowest daily cases of 2021 as 500K fully vaccinated in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan had its lowest daily number of new COVID-19 infections so far this year as the number of fully-vaccinated residents reportedly topped half a million. Health...

Ontario top doctor calls for COVID-19 vaccine push among young people ahead of school return

TORONTO — Ontario’s top doctor is calling for all eligible people — especially young adults and teens — to get vaccinated against COVID-19 ahead...

Canada needs over 23,000 blood donors this month to meet urgent demand, agency says

As Canada’s COVID-19 cases ease and restrictions are lifted, hospitals are resuming surgeries that were put on hold by the pandemic — and that’s...

‘Listen to our voices’: N.S. Indigenous organization seeks funding for new centre

The Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association seeks to build a new centre that will stand proudly as a symbol of resilience and healing, but...

Moderna co-founder using mRNA technology to treat venomous snakebites

Derrick Rossi always said he’d be satisfied with his work when it had a positive impact on humanity. But after his research around mRNA technology...

Ontario reports 164 new COVID-19 cases with 80 older cases added due to data cleanup

Ontario is reporting 164 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, marking the smallest daily increase in nearly 10 months. However, 80 cases from Toronto in 2020...

Declared COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) had been alerting the public about businesses that have likely been exposed to COVID-19 by an infectious person since...

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Working group addresses rise in pharmacy robberies in Alberta

Pharmacy robberies have become more common across Alberta over the past year. In response to the escalating crime trend, a provincial working group was created...

Fire department says smoke alarm tampering on the rise in Saskatoon

Last month, at least one person died in an apartment fire in Saskatoon where it appears the occupants had tampered with their smoke alarm. Tampering...

Here’s why WHO skipped 2 Greek letters to name new variant ‘Omicron’

The name of a newly identified variant of the coronavirus has had some social media users scratching their heads about the World Health Organization’s...

Saskatchewan Roughriders looking for elusive post-season success

REGINA – The Saskatchewan Roughriders believe it’s time to turn regular season success into a run for the Grey Cup. The Riders, who host the...