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March 12, 2021  

Saskatchewan truck repair company fined $91K after 2018 worker death

Basic Truck & Trailer Repair Inc. pled guilty in

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March 11, 2021  

As Texas casts off shackles of COVID-19, lessons of 2020 still loom large for many

By James McCarten LLANO, Texas — In this weather-beaten

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March 11, 2021  

Canada to mark national day of observance to commemorate those who died of COVID-19

2.5 million have succumbed to coronavirus worldwide

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March 9, 2021  

‘It’s been a good week’: Tam hopeful on vaccines as pandemic anniversary nears

By Morgan Lowrie Several provinces were preparing to loosen COVID-19

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March 9, 2021  

Alberta ups retail shopping limit, opens banquet halls

‘The time is right to keep moving safely forward’

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March 9, 2021  

Toronto Catholic elementary school closed for COVID-19 investigation

A Toronto Catholic elementary school with 11 COVID-19 cases

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March 8, 2021  

‘It’s time to move on’: Martinrea executives call for end to travel restrictions

By Anita Balakrishnan TORONTO — Frustrations stemming from COVID-19

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March 8, 2021  

New Brunswick moves to yellow level, relaxes health measures

FREDERICTON — Public health measures meant to limit the spread of

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March 8, 2021  

Two injured in helicopter crash on Bowen Island, B.C.

VANCOUVER — Two people were transported to hospital in

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March 5, 2021  

Stay-at-home order to end in Toronto, Peel, North Bay

The Ontario government is lifting its stay-at-home order next

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March 5, 2021  

How many teachers have had COVID-19 but didn’t know it? Researchers want to find out

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — The debate over the

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March 5, 2021  

Efficacy figures of COVID-19 vaccines don’t tell whole story: experts

By Melissa Couto Zuber Health experts are concerned the general

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March 4, 2021  

Nova Scotia workplace fatalities increased in 2020

18 workers died from acute traumatic injuries; 14 of chronic issues

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March 4, 2021  

Ontario brings on more inspectors to assist in COVID-19 blitz

The Ontario government has hired over 100 new occupational

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March 4, 2021  

Chief medical adviser says Health Canada preparing for quick approval of boosters

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — Canada’s chief medical adviser

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March 4, 2021  

‘A frightened workforce’: Union worries as Olymel reopens after COVID-19 shutdown

RED DEER, Alta. — Some employees of a pork

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March 4, 2021  

Vaccine panel recommends going up to 4 months between doses

By Paola Loriggio A national panel of vaccine experts

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March 3, 2021  

Texas becomes largest U.S. state to lift COVID-19 mask mandate

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I

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March 3, 2021  

U.S. public health caution clashes with vaccine optimism, eased restrictions

WASHINGTON — The United States is at a COVID-19

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March 3, 2021  

Rapid response teams in place to support safety in B.C. schools

By Amy Smart VICTORIA — Education Minister Jennifer Whiteside