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Quebecers march to National Assembly to protest organized sports ban

The event was organized by Isaac Pépin, a fifth grade student in the Quebec City region, who has been kept away from the football field since the start of the pandemic.

Tam says ‘it’s been a good week’ for COVID-19 vaccines as pandemic anniversary nears

The anniversary comes as all provinces are expanding their mass vaccination programs and some are loosening restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of the virus.

White House recounts ‘active threat,’ calls for action despite Microsoft patch

While Microsoft released a patch last week to shore up flaws in its email software, the remedy still leaves open a so-called back door that can allow access to compromised servers.

Herd of costumed animals turns heads and brings joy in Calgary during pandemic

A group of Calgary volunteers has no problem acting silly and dressing as dinosaurs and unicorns to bring joy during the pandemic.

Benefit concert helps raise money for Saint John musician battling cancer

Saint John musicians came together Sunday to hold a benefit concert for fellow artist Jed Pye, who is battling a rare form of cancer.

Saskatchewan reports youngest COVID-19 death for province

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the government of Saskatchewan is reporting a death in the 19 and under age category.

Regina police looking for male suspect in Friday evening robbery

Regina police are looking for a male suspect in a robbery described as wearing a black sweater, blue jeans, sunglasses and a red bandana.

Robot dogs the newest ’employees’ at Alberta Shell refinery

"Bringing in robot dogs seemed to be the next logical step in our evolution in our digitization journey."

Queen delivers Commonwealth Day speech hours before Harry, Meghan tell-all interview

The Queen's speech comes several weeks after the British government announced it would begin amping up COVID-19 vaccinations, with the goal of vaccinating every adult by July 31.

Pacific Community Resources Society to no longer operate Keremeos youth addiction centre

The Vancouver-based agency said its contract with the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) expires on March 31.

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