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Most Canadians believe Facebook harms their mental health: survey

Most Canadians believe Facebook harms their mental health: survey

OTTAWA — A broad swath of Canadians has a sour view of Facebook, with half of respondents to a new poll saying it should be regulated or broken up as a "corporate image" crisis rocks the social media giant yet again.

No winning ticket for Tuesday's $40 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $40 million jackpot in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Oct. 15 will grow to an estimated $50 million, with two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million each. The Canadian Press
After 19 months, U.S. land border to reopen to vaccinated Canadians in November

After 19 months, U.S. land border to reopen to vaccinated Canadians in November

WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated Canadian vacationers and day-trippers will be allowed to drive into the United States beginning in early November, the Biden administration said Tuesday, the first glimmer of hope in nearly 20 months for the families and
Residents told not to use Iqaluit's tap water after observing evidence of fuel

Residents told not to use Iqaluit's tap water after observing evidence of fuel

IQALUIT, Nunavut — The City of Iqaluit has declared a local state of emergency after finding evidence of gasoline in its tap water. All Iqaluit residents are being told not to drink, boil or cook with the city's water.
Line 5 opponents urging White House to reject Canada's 'audacious' treaty gambit

Line 5 opponents urging White House to reject Canada's 'audacious' treaty gambit

WASHINGTON — Environmental activists in the United States are seizing on Canada's decision to invoke a 44-year-old treaty with the United States as an "audacious," misguided and misleading gambit aimed at short-circuiting Michigan's effort to shut do
Doctors alarmed by loophole allowing sale of used asbestos products

Doctors alarmed by loophole allowing sale of used asbestos products

OTTAWA — Public health advocates and environmental groups say the federal government needs to close a loophole allowing the sale of second-hand products containing asbestos.
Macron wants face-to-face meeting with Trudeau to talk security, China, climate

Macron wants face-to-face meeting with Trudeau to talk security, China, climate

OTTAWA — French President Emmanuel Macron wants face time with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — soon — and he hopes for more than passing chit-chat on the margins of upcoming summits.
RCMP assess enforcement resources after court reinstates logging injunction in B.C.

RCMP assess enforcement resources after court reinstates logging injunction in B.C.

VICTORIA — The RCMP are reviewing the department's resources following the temporary reinstatement of an injunction against old-growth logging protests on southern Vancouver Island by the British Columbia Court of Appeal. A B.C.
Trudeau joins G20 leaders in pushing Taliban for aid access, respect for rights

Trudeau joins G20 leaders in pushing Taliban for aid access, respect for rights

OTTAWA — Canada joined its G20 allies in pushing Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers to allow humanitarian aid to better reach the country's suffering people.
COVID-19 vaccination certificates with QR codes now available in Nunavut

COVID-19 vaccination certificates with QR codes now available in Nunavut

IQALUIT, Nunavut — People in Nunavut can now get proof of COVID-19 vaccination certificates.
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