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Can Toronto police itself out of a homelessness crisis?

Over the past few weeks, Toronto police have stormed into at least three park encampments where homeless people have been living. They've been met with protesters and journalists, and police have sometimes responded with violence.

Nurses are quitting by the thousands. What happens if we can't recruit more?

Since the early days of the pandemic, experts have been warning about the stress constant emergency work places on medical professionals. And after more than a year on the front lines of the pandemic, Canada has a nursing crisis.
Will we still use masks when all the mandates expire?

Will we still use masks when all the mandates expire?

Masking has become second nature to most of us during the pandemic.
How the Blue Jays finally came home

How the Blue Jays finally came home

Their last game in Toronto was in September of 2019.
Can the Conservative Party reinvent itself in time to avoid disaster?

Can the Conservative Party reinvent itself in time to avoid disaster?

Recent polls from across the spectrum show the Conservative Party of Canada struggling to mount a meaningful challenge to the Liberals in the next election—which seems to be fast approaching.
How ‘best before’ dates waste tons of Canadian food

How ‘best before’ dates waste tons of Canadian food

You've probably thrown something out when it was past the date on the package—even if it didn't really seem like it had gone bad. Better safe than sorry, or as the campaign used to tell us, "When in doubt, throw it out.
Coyotes have taken over Stanley Park. And it doesn’t stop there.

Coyotes have taken over Stanley Park. And it doesn’t stop there.

The public is currently being told to venture into the crown jewel of Vancouver's park system "at their own risk" as dozens of people, including a two-year-old child, have been attacked by wild coyotes this year.
Inside Canada’s broken military justice system

Inside Canada’s broken military justice system

Last week, retired general Jonathan Vance, former chief of the defence staff, was charged with obstruction of justice related to an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.
Family doctors want to come off the bench for the “last mile” of vaccinations

Family doctors want to come off the bench for the “last mile” of vaccinations

Most vaccines in Canada are administered by family doctors, so when Covid-19 vaccinations began to receive approval late in 2020, those physicians got ready to roll up their sleeves and dive in. But the call never came.
As Ontario tentatively reopens, Alberta is in full swing

As Ontario tentatively reopens, Alberta is in full swing

On Friday Canada's largest province enters stage three of reopening—by far the biggest move since early this year, before the third wave of Covid-19 hit.
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