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 2021-05-17 10:30 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Indigenous people likely affected by COVID-19 at disproportionate rate in Thunder Bay, but no clear data...

There may not be publicly available data on the disproportionate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Indigenous population in Thunder Bay, Ont., but a "high-level analysis" suggests that is the case, said Cora McGuire-Cyrette....

 2021-05-17 10:15 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Monday, May 17...

Support for mandatory vaccines for school staff, and a Twitter bot can help you find a vaccination appointment....

 2021-05-17 10:05 

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[ Edmonton ]

City planning $8M replacement for West Edmonton Mall pedestrian bridge...

Edmonton is planning to replace the pedestrian footbridge over 170th Street that once connected west end residents to the West Edmonton Mall in a new split funding agreement....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ North News ]

Texas storm slows Iqaluit's sewer expansion...

City needs more sewage capacity but it's too expensive and risky to expand it now....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Nurses run 50 kilometres across Montreal to show support for their colleagues...

A group of four Montreal-area nurses ran about 50 kilometres on Sunday along a route between nine hospitals and three long-term care homes to send a message — don't give up under the pressure, and pay attention to your mental health....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Manitoba ]

Hundreds of Manitoba teachers fear students will fall behind, have psychological effects from pandemic...

The majority of Manitoba teachers fear their students are falling behind academically and will experience psychological impacts from the pandemic, according to a questionnaire filled out by 1,027 Manitoba teachers and education workers....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Some teachers' unexpectedly low priority for vaccine among sore points of pandemic year...

A lack of information from government, changing operational plans, and the constant responsibility of making sure children have their masks on and their hands sanitized and are socially distanced is why one teacher in the Fredericton area describes this p...

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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Increase in Pfizer-Biontech vaccine shipments 'very good news,' says medical officer of health...

The Region of Waterloo is expecting an increase in shipments of the Pfizer-Biontech COVID-19 vaccine over the next two weeks, and more stable shipments after that....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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New, renovated volleyball courts in store for Waterloo region...

Six beach volleyball courts at Emerald Lake Waterpark will be renovated to include drainage and Olympic quality sand. The North Dumfries Community Complex is also getting three new outdoor volleyball courts with similar features....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Indoor and patio dining returns to Regina...

Regina restaurants in Regina reopened to indoor and patio dining on Monday....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Thunder Bay company fined for doing work on Crown land without permits...

A Thunder Bay company has been fined $15,000 after pleading guilty to doing work on Crown land without a permit....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Hamilton ]

Schooling Under Stress: Students are falling behind during the pandemic, teachers say...

A CBC News questionnaire of local educators highlighted concerns about how the pandemic has affected students' ability to learn and connect with school. Students, unions, school boards and experts weigh in....

 2021-05-17 10:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

Northeastern Ontario teachers say more students are falling behind...

CBC News sent a questionnaire to thousands of education professionals to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. Nearly 9,500 responded....

 2021-05-17 09:57 

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[ New Brunswick ]

3rd case of COVID-19 confirmed at Fredericton's Leo Hayes High School...

A third case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton over the weekend....

 2021-05-17 09:50 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Hit-and-run charges 'hard to absorb' for grieving Sheshatshiu family...

"It almost brought us back to the feeling that he was hit that morning... Our hearts were tore out, and the sad feeling came back."...

 2021-05-17 09:30 

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[ New Brunswick ]

With pandemic's end in sight, N.B.'s unique all-party COVID committee may also wind down...

New Brunswick's unique experiment with four-party oversight of its COVID-19 pandemic measures may soon be over....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Calgary ]

Calgary area educators mentally and physically exhausted from teaching during pandemic...

CBC News sent a questionnaire to thousands of education professionals to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. Nearly 9,500 responded. More than 2,100 of them were from the Calgary region....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Montreal ]

To protect the French language, non-francophones must be encouraged — not punished...

French is not dying, it is co-habitating and we all want to help. I hope lawmakers keep that in mind as this bill is debated in Quebec City....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Some P.E.I. educators support mandatory vaccines for school staff...

A questionnaire by CBC News found almost 70 per cent of education professionals who responded believe vaccines should be mandatory for school staff, and more than 60 per cent of the respondents from P.E.I. agreed....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Saskatoon ]

Instagram page aims to help Saskatoon survivors of sexual violence...

The creator of a new social media account called Victims Voices YXE says her goal is to create a safer community for Saskatoon victims of sexual harassment, assault and intimate partner violence....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

CBRM, port board at odds again over council decisions...

Cape Breton Regional Municipality recently decided against renewing appointments for the Port of Sydney's chair and vice-chair, prompting two other board members to quit in protest and causing the port CEO to write a memo to council saying she's n...

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Students try to support each other, while half of school psychologist positions sit vacant...

Grade 11 student Shirley Joubert struggled to find help at school for her anxiety and depression. Now she is working on a project that will support classmates who are also struggling, and teach them how to help one another....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Nova Scotia's suicide rate dropped in 2020 in spite of pandemic strain...

Countering expectations that the pandemic — with its lockdowns, human losses and economic hardships — could lead to a spike in suicide deaths, Nova Scotia recorded fewer suicides in 2020 than in any of the previous five years....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

Northern tourism industry to benefit from pent up demand for travel, once economy reopens...

Tourism experts in northern Ontario say there's pent-up demand for travel, and once the province's stay-at-home order and other travel restrictions lift, the summer tourism season should be busy....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

'The challenge was real' for Nova Scotia teachers in a pandemic school year...

CBC News sent a questionnaire to thousands of education professionals to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. In Nova Scotia, 1,125 people responded....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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Teachers worry for students' futures as questionnaire reveals growing gaps...

Kitchener teachers Michelle Shannon and Jim Fare say they're worried about how students are faring during the pandemic....

 2021-05-17 09:00 

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[ Windsor ]

LaSalle restaurants finding success with all-you-can-eat drive-in model...

A pair of restaurants in LaSalle are bringing back drive-in dining in an attempt to drum up business and give people a way to get outside of their houses to eat....

 2021-05-17 08:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Sure signs of spring as wildlife is on the move, captured by the audience in this week's gallery...

Have a photo you'd like us to see? Email us! Our address is nlphotos@cbc.ca....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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UPS shipping bungle keeps oxygen device from family sick with COVID-19...

A Calgary woman was out thousands of dollars and sick with worry after trying to ship what she hoped would be a life-saving oxygen device to her family in Mexico who were ill with COVID-19. The package never got to them, and UPS wouldn't take responsi...

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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AI has a racism problem, but fixing it is complicated, say experts...

Artificial intelligence is used for translation apps, and other software. The problem is the technology is often unable to differentiate between legitimate terms and ones that might be biased or racist....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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With Lowry, Ujiri reaching free agency, Raptors' 'We The North' era might be over...

Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri and star guard Kyle Lowry are free agents. Should they leave, it would close the book on an era of Raptors basketball. If they stay, another chapter may be in order....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, May 17...

Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Toronto ]

Teachers worry high school grads will struggle in post-secondary education due to pandemic...

Charis Liu is just one of hundreds of thousands of high school students in Ontario who were forced out of their classrooms and into remote learning when COVID-19 hit the province. More than 70 per cent of educators who answered a CBC News questionnaire ar...

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

'A dose is a dose'—Algoma appears to be behind on vaccinations, but has given out more second shots...

Thousands of needles continue to go into arms across northeastern Ontario to stop the spread of COVID-19. But in one district, there are worries that they are not getting their fair share of vaccines....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Quebec City homeless shelter move prompts complaints...

Two months after the Lauberivire shelter moved, complaints from some residents and business owners have sparked a new round in a debate many in St-Roch thought was over, about the neighbourhood's social mix....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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Hundreds of thousands of Canadian citizenship hopefuls waiting for applications to be processed...

Permanent residents and advocates want Ottawa to move faster on pending applications as the COVID-19 pandemic boosts the number of people waiting to take a citizenship test, documents show. Ottawa says more digital tests are coming "very soon."...

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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With summer vacation looming, educators worry about lasting 'fallout' of pandemic schooling...

Many Canadian educators say they are behind on their teaching and worried about longer-term impacts on student learning from this unpredictable school year under the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 9,500 teachers, principals, vice-principals and other education...

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Ottawa mother desperate to get her children out of Gaza...

An Ottawa woman who fled to Canada in 2019 wants immigration authorities to get her three children out of Gaza quickly. Her lawyer says even expedited claims face a backlog....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

A little jab will do ya: Some N.L. teachers back mandatory COVID vaccinations for school staff...

A CBC News questionnaire recently sent to education professionals found support for requiring school staff in Newfoundland and Labrador to be vaccinated against COVID-19....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Police investigations into domestic abuse allegations against Dennis Oland not a certainty...

An accusation made public earlier this month alleging Dennis Oland assaulted his wife in a Toronto hotel room in June 2018 may not be enough on its own to push police to re-examine the incident or put Oland in any new legal trouble, according to experts....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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Chaotic pace, no senior perks: High school grads end another disrupted year...

Canadian Grade 12 students tell CBC News about their struggles adapting to learning differently this year, losing valuable face-time at school and missing the perks of senior year....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Wash and fold: Pandemic forcing local laundromats out of business...

Dry cleaners and laundromats in Ottawa are reporting a steep decline in business during the pandemic, with some deciding to throw in the towel....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Runner goes the extra mile to thank front-line workers...

Mike Herzog is a federal public servant by day, but in the early hours of each morning through May, he's a moving, one-man cheering section for the front-line health-care workers he calls heroes....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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Why Canada's big bets on delaying, mixing doses of COVID-19 vaccines could pay off...

Canada's approach of delaying and even mixing different COVID-19 vaccine doses may seem unorthodox on the surface, but multiple experts say they're rooted in decades of science, backed up by emerging research, and could be preventing deaths....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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[ Hamilton ]

Preemie boys age up to four and a half years faster as men, McMaster study shows...

Boys born weighing less than a kilogram are miracles, but they do not age as well as the girls, according to new research from McMaster University....

 2021-05-17 08:00 

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Why Canada's big bets on delaying, mixing doses of COVID-19 vaccines could pay off...

Canada's approach of delaying and even mixing different COVID-19 vaccine doses may seem unorthodox on the surface, but multiple experts say they're rooted in decades of science, backed up by emerging research, and could be preventing deaths....

 2021-05-17 06:30 

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Curry wins NBA scoring race to give Warriors shot at making playoff splash...

The most bizarre season in Toronto Raptors history ended with a 125-113 loss to Indiana on Sunday....

 2021-05-17 05:37 

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Flames beat Canucks in OT after blowing 4-goal lead...

Elias Lindholm scored the overtime winner as the Calgary Flames held on for a thrilling 6-5 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night in a relatively meaningless game for both teams....

 2021-05-17 04:39 

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[ British Columbia ]

B.C. golfer hopes round of a lifetime 59 score will boost professional chances...

Coquitlam golfer Michael Caan jumped in a pond at the Meadow Gardens golf course after sinking an 11-metre putt on the 18th hole to score 59 for a round of golf he hopes will jumpstart his dreams to play on the PGA tour....

 2021-05-17 04:37 

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Christine Sinclair continues to rewrite history books as NWSL kicks off season...

Christine Sinclair of Burnaby, B.C., and her Portland Thorns teammates won the NWSL's second annual Challenge Cup on Saturday, prevailing 2-1 on penalties with Morgan Weaver's goal in Round 7 of sudden-death in Portland, Ore....

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