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Attitude on carbon tax rebate defined by politics, not facts, survey suggests

Attitude on carbon tax rebate defined by politics, not facts, survey suggests

Rebates on carbon taxes haven't helped Canadians warm to them, a new survey suggests.
Tories gain support but O'Toole lags Trudeau, Singh as best choice for PM: Poll

Tories gain support but O'Toole lags Trudeau, Singh as best choice for PM: Poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the Conservatives are back within striking distance of the Liberals after a slump in support late last year amid internal grumbling about the party's election loss. The Leger poll, conducted Jan.

B.C. First Nation to release initial results of probe at former residential school

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — A First Nation in British Columbia is expected to release preliminary results today of a geophysical examination at the site of a former residential school.

Paramedics, dispatchers call for more resources as mental health issues spike

VANCOUVER — Groups representing Canada's paramedics are calling for improved mental health services as staff shortages and unprecedented call volumes fuelled by the pandemic and the overdose crisis take a toll on workers.

Recall covers range of sandwiches, burgers and donairs

HQ Fine Foods is recalling certain Quality fast foods brand and Hygaard Fine Foods Ltd. brand sandwiches because of a possible Listeria contamination.
Federal government investigating cyberattack amid tensions with Russia

Federal government investigating cyberattack amid tensions with Russia

OTTAWA — Federal cybersecurity agencies confirmed Monday a recent cyberattack against Global Affairs Canada amid escalating tensions over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Spending a 'marked departure' from former B.C. legislature clerk's duties, Crown says

Spending a 'marked departure' from former B.C. legislature clerk's duties, Crown says

VANCOUVER — A book on beekeeping, a wood splitter and a cushion decorated with the Union Jack and the words "God Save the Queen," are among the items that a special prosecutor alleges former B.C.

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Statistics Canada says the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to an average seven-month decline in national life expectancy, the largest decrease recorded since 1921 when the vital statistics registration sy
Mystery persists in Canada-U. S. border tragedy; accused human smuggler freed on bond

Mystery persists in Canada-U. S. border tragedy; accused human smuggler freed on bond

FARGO, N.D. — Efforts to identify four family members who died at the edge of Canada's frigid hinterland plodded along Monday as a U.S. judge released the man at the centre of what investigators say was an organized human-smuggling enterprise.
Kids' vaccine rate still low despite rampant spread of Omicron variant

Kids' vaccine rate still low despite rampant spread of Omicron variant

OTTAWA — The timing of the Omicron outbreak in Canada may have hurt the uptake of pediatric vaccines at a time when kids need them most. Child-sized doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine were approved for children aged five to 11 on Nov.