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Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba look to ramp up restrictions as COVID caseload nears 200K

Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba look to ramp up restrictions as COVID caseload nears 200K

Several provinces are looking to ramp up COVID-19 restrictions as new hotspots crop up across the map, pushing Canada's caseload closer to the 200,000 mark.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 11:17 a.m. EDT on Oct. 17, 2020: There are 196,193 confirmed cases in Canada.
New program encourages cyclists to Bike All Winter

New program encourages cyclists to Bike All Winter

“We are looking for those selected for the program will become ambassadors for biking in winter. We want to share their stories to inspire others to bike in the winter.”
Manufacturing sales fall 2.0 per cent in August, Statistics Canada says

Manufacturing sales fall 2.0 per cent in August, Statistics Canada says

OTTAWA — Canadian manufacturing sales fell 2.0 per cent to $52.4 billion in August, weighed down by a drop in the transportation sector, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Why a viral TikTok video struck a chord with Indigenous people

Why a viral TikTok video struck a chord with Indigenous people

The smirk and chin nod as he looks into the camera within the first two seconds of the TikTok video were the first clues that lured Indigenous viewers in.
Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

"A lot of people are trying to sell right now, but that does not mean they will get what they want ... sellers have to be prepared to price it appropriately and be realistic," said MaxWell Capital Realtor Robb Aishford. "The Canmore market has always done its own thing."  
Alberta premier says he's still hopeful about Keystone, even if Biden elected

Alberta premier says he's still hopeful about Keystone, even if Biden elected

AIRDRIE, Alta. — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he is still hopeful about the future of the Keystone XL pipeline, even if the Democrats win the U.S. election next month.
Connect to the Dark Sky at 10th annual festival

Connect to the Dark Sky at 10th annual festival

Jasper National Park is a special place where it's actually dark enough to see the Milky Way
The horrific treatment of Joyce Echaquan shows Canada’s systemic racism – again

The horrific treatment of Joyce Echaquan shows Canada’s systemic racism – again

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the incident “the worst form of racism when she needed the most help.”
Feds fund small nuclear reactor ahead of national strategy to adopt more of them

Feds fund small nuclear reactor ahead of national strategy to adopt more of them

OTTAWA — An Ontario nuclear power company is getting $20 million from Ottawa to try to get its new small modular reactor in line with Canada's safety regulations. The grant to Terrestrial Energy in Oakville, Ont.