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Canada’s First Coronavirus Vaccine Made In Saskatchewan Is Now In Testing Stages

While the world is making monumental changes in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, a vaccine is being worked on in Canada. And now, a Saskatchewan coronavirus vaccine is officially in the testing stages. Although there is still a long road ahead for human use, officials are working hard as more grant …

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Public Health Agency Of Canada Warning: Deadly Bacterial Infection Outbreak Caused By Romaine Lettuce

Last week, the Public Health Agency of Canada was investigating an outbreak of E. coli bacteria in these Provinces: Ontario, Prince Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut. The outbreak seemed to be linked to romaine lettuce, however they still have no idea which product is causing the infections. 1000 new cases have been …

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A Complete List Of The Punishments For Driving High On Marijuana In Every Canadian Province

Marijuana may be legal in Canada, but there are still penalties associated with driving high. These vary greatly by province. To help you navigate the web of new laws across the country, we’ve compiled a list of punishments for driving high in each jurisdiction. This information comes directly from provincial legislation and …

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Justin Trudeau is self-isolating as his wife is tested for coronavirus

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has officially gone into self-isolation following coronavirus concerns. His wife — Sophie Grégoire Trudeau — developed flu-like symptoms after returning from an event in the U.K. According to the Prime Minister’s office, her symptoms started last night but have since subsided. She is currently being tested …

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Canada now officially has its first coronavirus case in a child

Canada has officially confirmed its first case of coronavirus in a child. The minor in Calgary attends Pump-kin Patch Child Care Centre, a daycare located in Suncor Energy Inc.’s head office in downtown Calgary, Alta. Fellow students and their parents have been advised to go into self-isolation following the diagnosis. The daycare …

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More than 450 people are now under investigation for coronavirus in Ontario

As more and more cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus are confirmed in Ontario, the number of people being “investigated” for the virus is rising fast — but not until today have we seen such a truly dramatic spike in the number of suspected patients. Ministry of Health officials confirmed …

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There are now 97 cases of coronavirus in Canada

There are now 97 cases of coronavirus in Canada, as of March 11. Ontario has 37 cases, British Columbia has 39 cases, Alberta has 14 cases and Quebec has seven cases. Over the past 24 hours, Sudbury, Ontario reported its first case — a man that attended a mining conference with more than 25,000 …

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Cancer-Causing Found In Timbits, Oreos, And Other Canadian Foods

Canadians may be shocked to learn that every time they eat a Timbit or enjoy a bowl of cereal, they are also eating a little bit of weed-killer.  A recent study by the Environmental Defence and Anresco Laboratories tested 18 random Canadian foods and found traces of the popular weed-killer, called Roundup, in 14 of them.  …

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Canadian Police Can Fine You Up To $2,500, If You Have Weed In Your Car

A number of Canadian drivers have been busted for having weed in there cars lately. Since legalization, a big focus has been put on the consequences of driving high. What many Canadians might not realize though is even if you’re completely sober, you can still be charged for having weed in the car.  …

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Dental Appointments: Canceled in Canada Due To Shortage Of Masks

Brush your teeth well, because dentists in Canada are now warning that appointments could be cancelled due to a country-wide shortage of masks. Dentists, dental assistants and dental hygienists are required to wear a new, disposable mask for each patient they deal with. And while Canada recommends against the general public …

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