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Trudeau says he wants an AstraZeneca shot, but a supply crunch could be coming

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today his office was busy working the phones to secure him an appointment for the AstraZeneca shot at an Ottawa pharmacy now that the age restrictions have been adjusted in Ontario. But Trudeau will have to act quickly — the country's limited AstraZeneca stockpile is quickly running low.

MPs hear harrowing account of sexual assault in the military

A House of Commons committee heard startling testimony of rape and retribution from different witnesses on Tuesday as it continued its examination of sexual misconduct in the military.
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Ontario hospitals 'buckling' under weight of COVID-19, science advisors say

Panel calls for faster vaccination of essential workers, paid sick days
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What happened at Rogers? Day-long outage is over, but questions remain

A day after a software error wiped out wireless services for thousands of Rogers customers across Canada for most of the day, consumers, telecom executives and critical public services still have questions about what exactly happened and how it can be avoided in the future.

Former B.C. premier says government didn't alert her to rise in money laundering until 2015

Former premier Christy Clark told a provincial inquiry on Tuesday that she wasn't alerted by her government to a massive spike in suspicious cash entering B.C.'s casinos until 2015, despite the problem having reportedly been "apparent" by then for at least four years.

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