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Canada’s health officer says they are counting on Canadians to do the right thing around self-quarantine

Canada’s health officer says they are counting on Canadians to do the right thing around self-quarantine

Theresa Tam addressed if more extreme measures should be taken if people are not following the rules around quarantine, but pointed out that she is counting on Canadians to do the right thing.Bonnie Henry, March 10



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Canadians describe quarantine experience on cruise ship off Japan

Canadians describe quarantine experience on cruise ship off Japan

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Mother and stepfather of child found dead alongside her father in Milton believe foul play involved









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2.8 million Ontarians live in places where cannabis retail is illegal









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New poll suggests Ontario teachers winning battle for public support









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Canadians criticize Trudeau after visit to Oh Doughnuts bakery in Winnipeg

Canadians criticize Trudeau after visit to Oh Doughnuts bakery in Winnipeg

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posted online that he stopped in at Winnipeg bakery Oh Doughnuts to pick up tasty treats during a three-day Liberal Cabinet Retreat being held in the city until Tuesday.— Curious2019 (@Curious20192) January 21, 2020 Story continues below advertisement





I guess Tim’s isnt good enough at $10 a dozen.

Here’s how much more Canadians will likely spend on food in 2020

Here’s how much more Canadians will likely spend on food in 2020

The average Canadian family is expected to spend an additional $487 on food in 2020, a new report says.READ MORE:
Here’s how much more Canadians will likely spend on groceries in 2019

The 2020 forecast predicts that for the average family following Canada’s food guide, the total household food expenditure will increase to $12,667 annually.

Tech issue affecting debit vendor leaves some Canadians unable to make purchases

Tech issue affecting debit vendor leaves some Canadians unable to make purchases

“An earlier external vendor issue that impacted INTERAC Debit, INTERAC Online Payments and mobile payments has now been resolved and service has been restored.An earlier external vendor issue that impacted INTERAC Debit, INTERAC Online Payments and mobile payments has now been resolved and service has been restored.

15% of Canadians would never marry outside their race: Ipsos poll - National

15% of Canadians would never marry outside their race: Ipsos poll - National

At least 15 per cent of Canadians would never have a relationship with someone outside their race, according to an exclusive poll by Ipsos for Global News.A Black person, for example, may be more comfortable with a Black partner who understands anti-Blackness or other experiences faced by Black people.

Canadians to receive medal after team says they were ‘robbed’ at cheerleading championships in U.S.

Canadians to receive medal after team says they were ‘robbed’ at cheerleading championships in U.S.

The governing authority for cheerleading says a decision denying a Canadian cheerleading team the win of a bronze medal at the Cheerleading and Dance World Championship in Orlando this past weekend is being reversed.But instead, the athletes were set to come home empty-handed after the team said the international all-star cheerleading governing authority, the IASF, broke its own rules and regulations.