COVID-19 lockdowns around the world: Concerns raised about extreme measures

TORONTO — Several high-profile incidents of authorities taking extreme measures to enforce COVID-19 lockdowns have raised concerns about abuses of power amid the pandemic.

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‘I hope he feels awful’: Medical formula for child with kidney disease stolen from porch

TORONTO — An Ontario mother says she was angry to learn that someone had stolen medical baby formula meant for her daughter, who has

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Deepak Chopra’s meditation stream crashes as people tune in to the wellness guru

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people are searching for some peace and relaxation any way they can get it — but so many were

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United Way Elgin Middlesex trying to ‘Spread Local Love in a Global Crisis’

LONDON, ONT. — The United Way Elgin Middlesex has kicked off its latest campaign entitled, ‘Local Love in a Global Crisis.’ The aim is

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Worker who suffered electric shock injuries at Amazon warehouse has died: family

EDMONTON — The worker who sustained electric shock injuries at the Amazon warehouse south of Edmonton has died, his family said. Colton Quast, 25,

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This analyst is using math to accurately predict Oscar winners

TORONTO — An analyst and author who accurately predicted 20 out of 21 Oscar predictions in 2018 is sharing one of the methods he

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Wait times in Quebec hospitals are slightly down, but they’re still bad: Index Santé

MONTREAL — The average wait times in emergency rooms across Quebec have decreased slightly in the last ten days, according to Index Santé. Nevertheless,

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Pair killed in glider crash identified as instructor and student

Two men killed in a glider crash south of Calgary have been identified as an instructor and student who were considered very capable pilots.

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Teachers in Ontario’s French system to start work-to-rule campaign

TORONTO — Teachers in Ontario’s French system will start a work-to-rule campaign on Thursday, which means all of the major teachers’ unions in the

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Christian Island’s ferry back in ‘ship-shape’ condition after months of repairs

CHRISTIAN ISLAND — After months of undergoing repairs, the Indian Maiden finally returned to the Beausoleil First Nation to applause by those who rely

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