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'Here we go again:' Albertans react to latest slate of COVID-19 health rules

'Here we go again:' Albertans react to latest slate of COVID-19 health rules

CALGARY — As an emergency alert blared across the province notifying Albertans of another round of public health restrictions, some felt a range of emotions: anger, confusion, exhaustion.
Schools closed in Arviat, Nunavut, after presumptive case of COVID-19 in student

Schools closed in Arviat, Nunavut, after presumptive case of COVID-19 in student

ARVIAT, Nunavut — Schools were closed Friday in Arviat, Nunavut, after a presumptive case of COVID-19 was reported in a school-aged student in the community.
Former defence chief Jonathan Vance's case adjourned to October

Former defence chief Jonathan Vance's case adjourned to October

OTTAWA — Former defence chief Jonathan Vance's obstruction of justice case has been adjourned till next month after its first, brief, virtual courtroom proceeding.

A look at COVID-19 vaccine certificate programs across Canada

Saskatchewan on Thursday became the latest province to announce plans to introduce a COVID-19 vaccine passport. Here's a look at what the provinces and territories have said about their proof-of-vaccination programs, or lack thereof.
Alberta's COVID crisis and campaign home stretch: In The News for Sept. 17

Alberta's COVID crisis and campaign home stretch: In The News for Sept. 17

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Sept. 17 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'I'm here but my mind is always there:' Ontario woman returns home from Afghanistan

'I'm here but my mind is always there:' Ontario woman returns home from Afghanistan

Heartbreak and guilt are all Zakia Zarifi has been feeling since she returned to her home in Ontario from Afghanistan.
Ongoing protests, arrests at Fairy Creek over logging 'not working,' says judge

Ongoing protests, arrests at Fairy Creek over logging 'not working,' says judge

NANAIMO, B.C. — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge suggested Thursday he will consider new options to address the future of an injunction against blockades by people opposed to logging old-growth trees on part of Vancouver Island.
Leaders' constituency offices charged taxpayer pennies in expenses for photocopies

Leaders' constituency offices charged taxpayer pennies in expenses for photocopies

OTTAWA — As the federal party leaders are promising billions in new spending on the campaign trail, a look at their office expense accounts show what the taxpayers are spending pennies on.
Alberta reaches out on COVID-19 hospital crisis; talks to Ontario on taking patients

Alberta reaches out on COVID-19 hospital crisis; talks to Ontario on taking patients

EDMONTON — Alberta is getting offers of medical help from Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador as it continues to grapple with a COVID-19 surge that could buckle its health system in a little more than a week. Dr.
Saskatchewan to require proof of COVID vaccination to try to increase uptake: premier

Saskatchewan to require proof of COVID vaccination to try to increase uptake: premier

REGINA — Saskatchewan is bringing in a proof of vaccination policy to try to increase the number of people immunized against COVID-19 and to decrease pressures on hospitals. The policy is to come into effect Oct.