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New figures come as students in both provinces begin heading back to classrooms
All homes on one of Tonga's islands destroyed, 3 people dead
All the homes on Mango, one of Tonga's small outer islands, have been destroyed by a massive volcanic eruption and tsunami, with three people so far confirmed dead, the government said Tuesday.
Joly promises Ukraine financial help as it stares down threat of Russian invasion
Canada's foreign minister landed in Kyiv Monday promising more economic assistance to help keep the Ukrainian government afloat in the face of the uncertainty created by the threat of a Russian invasion.
Microsoft to buy game giant Activision Blizzard for $68B US
Microsoft is buying the gaming company Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion US, gaining access to blockbuster games like Call of Duty and Candy Crush.
Family of gunsmith killed in raid files $23M lawsuit against Toronto police board
The family of a world-renowned gunsmith who died after Toronto officers raided his workshop is suing the Toronto Police Service for $23 million, alleging their actions were illegal.
Pfizer's COVID-19 pill could have real impact in Canada — if we can roll it out fast enough
Canada has approved a new treatment for COVID-19, but will provinces and territories be able to get the drug out rapidly to vulnerable Canadians to help ease the pressure on hospitals until current COVID-19 levels subside?
Mom who pleaded guilty in son's death in Ontario's Grand River gets 2-year conditional sentence
Calls for better emergency infrastructure in Ontario's north after 3 children die in Sandy Lake house fire
As inflation rises, workers who are keeping up are those who quit to take a better job
30,000 shipments of nuclear waste would move through Ontario cities, farmland under draft plan
Alberta premier asks justice minister to 'step back' from job over phone call to police chief
5th set of human remains found at industrial explosion site in south Ottawa
2 Hamilton paramedics guilty for their roles in teen's death get 18 months in community
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