Being active on social media could be a factor in young people’s anxiety during the pandemic, researchers say.

COVID-19 stress is hitting youth much harder than people over 60, new research shows...

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Young people are reporting higher levels of stress and anxiety due to the COVID-19 pandemic compared to those over age 60 despite their significantly lower risk of dying from the virus itself, a new...

Doctors, patient advocates say telemedicine in Canada spurred by pandemic is here to stay...

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The arrival of COVID-19 has taken the concept of telemedicine from a pipe dream to a fixture across Ontario, with many doctors expressing the hope that the change is here to stay long beyond...
Former Quebec deputy premier Nathalie Normandeau walks to a courtroom on June 9, 2016 in Quebec City. Normandeau and five others were arrested in March 2016 by the province’s anti-corruption unit on charges including fraud, corruption and breach of trust.

Corruption charges stayed against former Quebec deputy premier, five co-accused (Details)

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QUEBEC—A judge has granted a stay of proceedings in the corruption case of former Quebec deputy premier Nathalie Normandeau and her co-accused, bringing the lengthy legal saga to an end.Quebec court Judge Andre Perreault...
The statue of Sir John A. MacDonald is shown torn down following a demonstration in Montreal on August 29, 2020. A new survey suggests that while Canadians are divided over removing statues of politicians who harboured racist views or pushed racist policies, many oppose the "spontaneous" toppling of statues of Canada's first prime minister, John A. Macdonald.

Canadians reluctant to remove statues of historical figures now seen as racist, poll says...

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OTTAWA—A new survey suggests that while Canadians are divided over removing monuments to politicians who harboured racist views or pushed racist policies, many oppose the “spontaneous” toppling of statues of Canada’s first prime minister,...

British Columbia gang leader Jamie Bacon to be sentenced in Surrey Six case (Details)

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VANCOUVER—A judge is scheduled to sentence a gang leader Friday on a charge related to shootings in 2007 that left six people dead at a highrise apartment building in Surrey, B.C.Jamie Bacon pleaded guilty...

Facebook faces potential antitrust litigation in the U.S. Could Canadian authorities follow suit? (Details)

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The prospect of social media giant Facebook being hit with antitrust litigation in the United States has some wondering about the possibility of similar action in this country.The Wall Street Journal reported this week...

Pop-up COVID-19 test site in Portland (Details)

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The Leeds Grenville Paramedic Service will run a pop-up COVID-19 testing facility in Portland on Thursday. The testing site, at Kin Park, 2311 Harlem Road, will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Anyone...

Hurricane Teddy remains on track for Atlantic Canada, expected as tropical storm (Details)

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HALIFAX—Hurricane Teddy remains on track to pass through wide areas of Atlantic Canada on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rainfall.The Canadian Hurricane Centre says Teddy is currently a Category 3 system...
Dalhousie’s faculty association says the university’s president may have violated academic freedom after he emailed teachers, staff and students to warn them against making negative comments about an Indigenous-run fishery.

Dalhousie faculty association investigating president’s letter on Mi’kmaq fishery (Details)

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HALIFAX—Dalhousie’s faculty association says the university’s president may have violated academic freedom after he emailed teachers, staff and students to warn them against making negative comments about an Indigenous-run fishery.The president’s letter, dated Sept....

Four Quebecers charged in connection with suspected kidnapping of New York couple (Details)

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MONTREAL - Four Quebecers were arraigned by phone on Wednesday in connection with the alleged kidnapping of a couple in their 70s from New York state.James Helm Jr. and Sandra Helm were found safe...
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When is Elizabeth Holmes trial in San Jose?

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Testimony from Theranos’ former lab director was set to wrap up Wednesday before another witness was scheduled to take the stand in the federal...