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February 11, 2021  

Poll: COVID has affected mental health of 76 per cent of Canadians

A new survey suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic has

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February 11, 2021  

N.L. reports record 53 new COVID-19 cases, schools closed across St. John’s

By Sarah Smellie ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Health officials

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February 11, 2021  

CDC study finds two masks better than one vs. COVID-19

By Mike Stobbe NEW YORK — U.S. government researchers

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February 10, 2021  

Saskatchewan releases plan for mass vaccination campaign in spring

By Stephanie Taylor REGINA — Saskatchewan’s health minister says

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February 10, 2021  

Pilot felt pressure to fly Kobe Bryant to game: NTSB report

Even good pilots can make bad decisions: chairman

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February 10, 2021  

P.E.I. chief health officer hopes Atlantic bubble reopens by April 1

CHARLOTTETOWN — The chief medical health officer in Prince Edward Island

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February 9, 2021  

Restaurants, gyms, churches: Manitoba to loosen some restrictions

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is easing some of its COVID-19

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February 9, 2021  

Quebec health workers to wear N95 masks more often, but studies unclear on benefits

MONTREAL — Quebec’s workplace safety board is requiring health-care workers

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February 9, 2021  

Stick with fundamentals, even as case counts drop: Manitoba doctor

By Michele LeTourneau, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter BRANDON SUN

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February 9, 2021  

Report on B.C. ship collision says crews need to watch forecast

RICHMOND, B.C. — A collision between two bulk carriers

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February 8, 2021  

Ontario to begin gradual reopening of economy Wednesday

Provincial state of emergency set to expire Feb. 9

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February 8, 2021  

Economic relaunch: Alberta restaurants reopen to customers

Indoor gatherings still banned, outdoor get-togethers capped at 10

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February 8, 2021  

Alberta pork plant sees rise in COVID cases, one death in recent weeks

RED DEER, Alta. — A company that operates a

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February 8, 2021  

Quebec passes 10,000 COVID deaths; Ontario reports case of Brazil variant

By Morgan Lowrie Canada hit more unwanted firsts in its

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February 8, 2021  

Canada surpasses 800,000 cases of COVID-19

Virus has been linked to 20,000 deaths here

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February 5, 2021  

Ontario to explore idea of creating northern bubble: Sudbury mayor

By Colleen Romaniuk, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter THE SUDBURY

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February 5, 2021  

Top doctor warns of COVID-19 variants taking root across Canada

By Christopher Reynolds OTTAWA — Chief public health officer

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February 5, 2021  

Quebec to reopen stores, salons and museums next week

Curfew will remain in place in Montreal, Quebec City

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February 5, 2021  

B.C. education minister strengthens mask rules for schools

For elementary school students, wearing masks indoors remains a personal choice

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February 5, 2021  

Ontario economy reopening details coming next week: minister

State of emergency set to expire Feb. 9