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Canada is not the first country outside of Europe to join the once specifically continental competition.
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Trudeau says protests must end, truckers brace for crackdown
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Canada's Trudeau invokes emergency powers to quell protests
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Key US-Canada bridge reopens after police clear protesters
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Police peacefully disperses anti-covid protests at US-Canadian border
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Canada and US warn COVID truck protests risk serious economic damage
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Canada: Ottawa declares state of emergency over COVID-19 protests
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As temperatures rise, so does anxiety, new research finds
Brand new research finds the immediate difference between people’s climate anxiety before and after experiencing the sudden heat wave in Canada last summer.
COVID-19: Quebec introduces new restrictions for the unvaccinated
From now on, liquor and cannabis stores are only accessible to people who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Canadians take icy bath in Toronto lake
Two Canadians take a bath in the icy waters of Ontario Lake, in Toronto, with a morning temperature of -20°C.
COVID-19: Quebec to levy financial penalty on unvaccinated adults
The Canadian province is following several European countries such as Austria, Greece and Italy in announcing plans to fine people who refuse the vaccine.
Iran should pay victims over 2020 plane downing, says Canadian court
The court awarded more than €74 million in damages to the families of six of the victims, but it remains unclear how they will receive compensation from Tehran.
'Dallas Buyers Club' director Jean-Marc Vallée dead at 58
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This Scotsman walked across Canada to save the Highland forest
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Uber now lets you order cannabis in Canada
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