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 2020-06-05 12:45 

CBC

[ Thunder Bay ]

Atikokan receives funding for mobile stage...

The town of Atikokan, Ont. is looking forward to the arrival of a new piece of equipment that it hopes will elevate outdoor events....

 2020-06-05 12:43 

CBC

Bouncing back? Canada added 290,000 jobs in May...

After losing more than three million jobs in March and April, Canada's economy added 290,000 jobs in May, Statistics Canada reported Friday....

 2020-06-05 12:43 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

Camping season opens, but COVID's a concern 'whether you're in the wilderness or walking down a city street'...

This will be the first weekend since the province eased some of the restrictions on camping. But this year, getting away from it all in the northern Ontario wilderness doesn't mean leaving the worries of COVID-19 behind....

 2020-06-05 12:42 

CBC

Man charged in Kitchener shooting that left another man with life-altering injures...

A 22-year-old Lambton man faces several charges after a shooting in June 24, 2019, on Fairway Road in Kitchener. Police say the man who was shot suffered life-altering injuries....

 2020-06-05 12:37 

CBC

[ Hamilton ]

Large Burlington anti-black racism protest supported by police in 'shock' and 'anger'...

Burlington streets were packed Thursday as people there marched to raise awareness of anti-black racism and stand in solidarity with protests happening across North America following the death of George Floyd....

 2020-06-05 12:30 

CBC

Investec Coronation Cup: Horse Racing on CBC...

Watch horse racing from Epsom Downs in Newmarket, UK....

 2020-06-05 12:15 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

Buffer zone now wider on Detroit River, orders port authority...

Boaters now need to stay even farther away from shore on the Detroit River....

 2020-06-05 12:12 

CBC

[ Thunder Bay ]

Microsoft invites Thunder Bay teacher to share how building new worlds in Minecraft keeps students connected...

Microsoft invited a Thunder Bay. Ont., elementary school teacher to attend an international online education session and share how he's using a popular video game to keep his students engaged in learning, and connected with each other during the pande...

 2020-06-05 12:09 

CBC

Buffalo, Indianapolis police under fire for use-of-force incidents with protesters...

A video of a police officer appearing to shove an elderly protester who falls and cracks his head in Buffalo drew widespread condemnation and the suspension of two officers....

 2020-06-05 12:07 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

Physical distancing at daycares could hurt child development, says Green MLA...

The Green Party had questions for Lifelong Learning Minister Brad Trivers about the potential damage from physical distancing measures in place at daycares, during question period on Thursday....

 2020-06-05 12:01 

CBC

[ Hamilton ]

2 officers suspended at Buffalo protest — video shows them pushing 75-year-old man...

Video from WFBO showed a Buffalo police officer appearing to push the 75-year-old man who walked up to police clearing Niagara Square around the 8 p.m. curfew Thursday. The man falls straight backward and hits his head on the pavement, with blood leaking ...

 2020-06-05 12:00 

CBC

[ Edmonton ]

One month after devastating flood, Fort Vermilion looking to start rebuild...

Fort Vermilion residents and businesses owners have a lot of work and tough decisions ahead in its recovery from severe flooding in late April....

 2020-06-05 12:00 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C. for June 5, 2020...

The latest modelling from the B.C. government shows that despite the gradual reopening of the province over the last few weeks, British Columbians have been cautious about renewing their physical connections and infection rates have stayed low....

 2020-06-05 12:00 

CBC

[ North News ]

Yukon left out of northern COVID-19 bubble for freeing up border to B.C....

The three northern territories were in talks to open their borders to one another as part of the next phase of easing COVID-19 restrictions, but that plan was dropped when Yukon decided to open its border to British Columbia, according to N.W.T. officials...

 2020-06-05 11:56 

CBC

Coronavirus: What's happening around the world Friday...

Britain's official human rights watchdog is to mount an inquiry into the racial inequalities exposed by the coronavirus pandemic, which has topped 6.6 million cases worldwide and led to more than 391,000 deaths. Here's what's happening around ...

 2020-06-05 11:40 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

25-year-old migrant worker in critical condition with COVID-19...

Several Essex County migrant workers have been hospitalized with COVID-19....

 2020-06-05 11:10 

CBC

No housekeeping or daily showers for people with disabilities due to PSW shortage...

People in Waterloo region living with a disability had fewer opportunities after their programs and services were cut since the pandemic began in the spring....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Saskatoon ]

Sask. man says province shouldn't be clawing back disability payments for people on CERB...

Jason Laprairie says Saskatchewan should reconsider its policy on whether disability cheques should be clawed back for people receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

Shellfish harvesters frustrated over area closure one day into shortened season...

Just a day after some wild oyster fishermen started their season without a buyer, P.E.I.'s shellfish association says the industry was dealt another blow....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Thunder Bay ]

Port of Thunder Bay sees increase in grain while pandemic goes on...

The Port of Thunder Bay says it had a busy May with grain and canola shipments, and demand continues to remain high because of the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. Virtual Yearbook: Valedictorian, other grads reflect on surreal end to senior year...

A cornerstone of high school graduation is the valedictorian speech — the final sendoff, student to students. With the pandemic shuttering traditional graduation ceremonies, CBC Saskatchewan sought out a provincial valedictorian to lead the way. Her...

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

There's no place like home: What the future of long-term care in Canada should look like...

The oldest baby boomer is now 75 years old. We are on the cusp of a major surge in demand for seniors' care....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Protest organizer wants to shine spotlight on racism in Canada at Vancouver rally...

Jacob Callender-Prasad was one of the organizers of Sunday's protest against anti-black racism at the Vancouver Art Gallery. On Friday, he is organizing a second rally: this time to shine a light on racism in Canada....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Adapt or die: A new rallying cry for Calgary restaurant owners...

Jordan Castrillon and his business partner opened up their low-carb, high energy caf in Inglewood late last year, but COVID-19 forced them to upend their business model. He says if they didn't change, the pandemic would have killed their business....

 2020-06-05 11:00 

CBC

Kate's 5 fun things to do this weekend (June 5 to 7)...

You may still need to stay close to home, but that doesn't mean you can't take part in some fun events, including Pride, Shakespeare in the Park and even a BYOB beer festival....

 2020-06-05 10:50 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

Bombardier to lay off 2,500 workers amid COVID-19 sales loss...

Bombardier will lay off 2,500 workers throughout the year as the company struggles to keep its operations afloat amid the pandemic....

 2020-06-05 10:50 

CBC

Bombardier to lay off 2,500 aviation workers amid COVID-19 struggles...

Bombardier will lay off 2,500 aviation workers throughout the year as the company struggles to keep its operations afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2020-06-05 10:44 

CBC

How the Region of Waterloo plans to recover economically from pandemic...

An update on Waterloo region's economic recovery strategy was released at a committee meeting on Wednesday, emphasizing the importance of continued collaboration with industry and maintaining the region's autonomy in economic development ideas....

 2020-06-05 10:30 

CBC

[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Labrador Cup soccer tournament cancelled for 1st time in 37 years...

For the first time in decades, there won't be a Labrador Cup championship, as public health measures force the cancellation of one of Labrador's biggest events....

 2020-06-05 10:19 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

No symptoms required — some northern assessment centres now doing twice as many COVID-19 tests...

Some COVID-19 assessment centres in the northeast have seen a spike in patients since the premier invited everyone to get tested. For the past week, anyone can make an appointment to get tested for the coronavirus, even if they don't have symptoms....

 2020-06-05 10:14 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Friday, June 5...

Voices of protest are important, says Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison, but people still need to take care during demonstrations, and a landmark annual yard sale is cancelled....

 2020-06-05 10:13 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

Montreal opposition calls out Plante for closing hundreds of kilometres to traffic...

Ensemble Montral says these types of disruptions to parking and traffic should be carefully studied by urban planners and discussed with the citizens and business owners before being put into action....

 2020-06-05 10:01 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

The art of making beef jerky has been a success for this Copper Cliff man...

A Copper Cliff entrepreneur says his business is booming, despite the pandemic. And the success of his product has been a bit of a surprise....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

70-Mile Yard Sale cancelled but other sales going ahead with extra safety measures...

The province has given the go-ahead for yard sales on P.E.I. as long as public safety guidelines are followed....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Victim of West End arson hopes security video will help police catch men who torched his van...

A Winnipeg man whose van was set on fire early Wednesday morning caught the whole thing on video and hopes police find the people responsible....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

A Windsor company is set to produce N95 masks...

The owners of Harbour Technologies, David Glover and Andrew Glover, say they are taking on a task that no one else in the country is doing — producing N95 masks....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Thunder Bay ]

Free compost now available at Thunder Bay landfill...

Free compost is now available at the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility, the City of Thunder Bay said Thursday....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

'So far, so good' for partial return to school, says Winnipeg teacher...

It's been one week since Manitoba schools partially reopened, and staff and students at one elementary school says it's off to a good start....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

Unanswered phone calls and faxes cause delays in giving people COVID-19 results...

After a person is tested for COVID-19, labs post results online and fax back the results to local health units. Those faxed reports can be massive with multiple reports in them, says Dr. Nicola Mercer of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health. Then, off...

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. working to identify best version of antibody test that could measure public COVID-19 immunity...

Work is underway to identify the best version of a test that could determine if a person has had COVID-19 through the antibodies in their blood....

 2020-06-05 10:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Refused service, looked over for a job, profiled in a store: Black Manitobans recount experiences of racism...

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and the protests that have followed, have sparked conversations about racism black Manitobans have endured in the province....

 2020-06-05 09:30 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

Cities looking at tax hikes unless province pitches in after COVID-19, MPP says...

The province is failing to offer help to municipalities swamped by the costs of the COVID-19 pandemic, says Gilles Bisson, opposition house leader and MPP for Timmins....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Minister scrapped job competition for health advocate, instead appointing prominent UCP figure...

Alberta's health minister discarded a ready-to-go job competition to find the province's next health advocate in favour of appointing a UCP stalwart....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

How the Montreal Heart Institute has kept out COVID-19 and kept right on performing surgeries...

In mid-March, as hospitals across Quebec scrambled to cancel surgeries, all but shutting down their operating rooms to free up beds for COVID-19 patients, the Institut de Cardiologie de Montral came up with a very different plan....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ North News ]

Man in Kinngait arrest video wants officer charged for hitting him with truck door...

A man in Kinngait, Nunavut, that was arrested after being struck by the open door of a moving police truck says he wants to take legal action against the officers who arrested him....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

COVID-19 upends ambitious ocean research projects...

COVID-19 restrictions are holding up ambitious research on ocean climate change and its impact on coastal communities in Atlantic Canada and the North. Measures to stop the spread of the virus have delayed or cancelled work on the projects....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

Sudbury health unit encouraged by COVID-conscious protestors...

Public Health Sudbury and Districts is reminding those who participate in peaceful demonstrations to remember to do so COVID-safely....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

'Racism is a public health issue' says Dr. Heather Morrison...

In Thursday's public health briefing, P.E.I.'s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison gave some advice to those planning to participate in anti-Black racism demonstrations in the coming days....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Black Lives Matter translation prompts calls for changes to Ojibway language...

The phrase Black Lives Matter has been translated into many Indigenous languages to show support for the movement over the last week, but the Ojibway language's term for black people is spurring calls for change....

 2020-06-05 09:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

Nova Scotia RCMP working to build trust after killer dressed as officer...

Almost seven weeks after a gunman wearing an RCMP uniform and driving a replica cruiser went on a rampage through rural Nova Scotia and killed 22 people, Nova Scotia RCMP are reassuring the public their officers are who they say they are....

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