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Supreme Court to start hearings today on national carbon tax

The Supreme Court of Canada begins hearings Tuesday to determine whether the federal carbon tax is constitutional.

Snowbirds debate winter plans as temperatures drop and COVID-19 cases rise

As temperatures begin to cool down in Canada, some snowbirds are considering toughing out the winter months north of the border, while others hope border restrictions ease so they can make the trip south.

Researchers say belief in conspiracy theories poses barrier to controlling the spread of COVID-19

Researchers predict that widespread belief in pandemic conspiracy theories will hinder the uptake of a COVID-19 vaccine once it becomes available.

COVID-19, flu, cold or seasonal allergies? How to tell the difference between symptoms

No matter what year it is, fall tends to bring a slew of coughing and sneezing, but if you're feeling under the weather in 2020, it's important to know the difference between the symptoms of a cold, influenza, seasonal allergies, or the novel coronavirus.

4 more die of COVID-19 in B.C. as 366 new cases found

Four more people have died of COVID-19 in British Columbia as health officials identified another 366 new cases of the virus over the weekend.

Ginsburg's legacy will stand test of time despite rush to replace her: McLachlin

Canada’s former Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin says the legacy of her late friend Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will live on despite immediate political efforts to dismantle her judicial efforts.

Survey finds working Canadians are better off financially, more stressed about money

A new survey has found that Canadians who’ve been able to continue working through the pandemic are in a better spot financially than they were a year ago, but are more stressed about money.

Feds reluctantly approve Ontario and New Brunswick carbon prices for big emitters

The federal government has reluctantly given green lights to both Ontario and New Brunswick to use their own carbon-pricing systems for big industrial emitters, rather than have a federal program imposed on them.

Study reveals the most harmful holidays for children with nut allergies

Child anaphylaxis brought on by nut allergies happens far more often on Halloween and Easter than on any other days, according to a new Canadian study.

A glimpse of the 200 new emojis coming out next year

New emojis are coming in 2021, including a heart on fire, a woman with a beard and over 200 mixed-skin-tone options for couples.

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