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July 21, 2021  

‘Defining issue’: Federal environment minister says extreme weather a wake-up call

By Bill Graveland CALGARY — Canada’s environment minister says

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July 21, 2021  

France requires COVID pass for Eiffel Tower, tourist venues

By Alex Turnbull and Angela Charlton PARIS — Visitors

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July 21, 2021  

Ontario imposes restrictions on industrial operations in northwest as wildfires burn

Certain specific drilling operations, using heavy machinery with rubber tires and no chains, and rail production grinding are among the activities being restricted

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July 21, 2021  

Cleanup begins following tornado in Barrie, Ont.

Damage path was about five kilometres long and up to 100 metres wide

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July 20, 2021  

‘It’s a nightmare’: 300 wildfires blaze, another evacuation order issued in B.C.

MERRITT, BRITISH COLUMBIA — A regional politician in British

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July 20, 2021  

Colleges, universities told to plan for in-person classes, on-campus activities

By Allison Jones TORONTO — Ontario colleges and universities

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July 20, 2021  

Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens can enter Canada Aug. 9, rest of world Sept. 7

By James McCarten WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens

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July 19, 2021  

Unprepared ship, bad communication were factors in 2019 B.C. ship crash: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says poor

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July 19, 2021  

Gathering restrictions should have come earlier, says Manitoba’s top doctor

By Steve Lambert WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s chief public health

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July 16, 2021  

WorkSafeBC’s preliminary average premium base rate to remain unchanged

WorkSafeBC announced today that the preliminary average base rate

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July 16, 2021  

Freedom or folly? U.K.’s end to mandatory masks sows confusion

By Jill Lawless LONDON — For many, it’s a

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July 16, 2021  

Gyms, restaurants, cinemas can reopen as Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening

Public health restrictions on businesses and gatherings are rolling back further

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July 15, 2021  

Movies and museums: Manitoba to loosen more COVID restrictions

By Kelly Geraldine Malone WINNIPEG — Manitobans who are

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July 15, 2021  

Yukon aiming to lift COVID-19 state of emergency in August

‘The more people who get vaccinated, the safer this territory will be’

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July 15, 2021  

Residents display high-visibility safety gear to mourn victims of crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — Photos of bright yellow and orange

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July 15, 2021  

Wildfire in Lytton, B.C., a ‘wake-up call’ to take precautions: safety board

Fire may have been sparked by train

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July 15, 2021  

Fifth body pulled from rubble of Kelowna crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — The body of a fifth man

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July 14, 2021  

Trudeau defends Canada’s early response to COVID-19, but admits room for improvement

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — There are ways to

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July 14, 2021  

Employers must consider health, safety of workers in spells of hot weather

By Len Gillis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter SUDBURY.COM Summer

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July 14, 2021  

Specialized rescue team aims to recover man’s body after Kelowna crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — A specialized team of first responders