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Canada was an outlier on mixing COVID-19 vaccines, but more countries now following suit
Canada became an outlier in the fight against COVID-19 by allowing residents to mix various coronavirus vaccines. But while the approach has been controversial, it’s now increasingly being explored by other countries.
Why the delta variant is spreading COVID-19 so quickly — and what that means for Canada
Study suggests those infected may carry 1,000 times higher amount of virus
Air quality from wildfire smoke hits dangerous levels in cities across B.C., as smoke heads west
For days, thick smoke has blanketed Kootenay and Okanagan cities, reaching levels considered dangerous. Now, Metro Vancouver is bracing for that smoke to reach the coast.
Acting defence chief's notes reveal weeks of intense discussions of how to handle Fortin allegation
Handwritten notes by Canada's acting chief of defence staff before Maj.-Gen Dany Fortin's removal as head of the country’s vaccine rollout reveal weeks of intense discussions between top government and military officials over how to handle the situation that was creating “anxiety” across the government.
Grassy Narrows funding pact for mercury-poisoning care home spurs joy and bitter memories
Catholic Church approved legal fees from fund meant for residential school survivors: documents
Extreme heat warnings issued across Alberta, temperatures up to 35 C expected
Smoke headed for Metro Vancouver, Stanley Park closed overnight as 241 wildfires burn across B.C.
Several frozen mango brands recalled due to possible Hepatitis A risk
Here's what Canada's business leaders think about heading back to the office
Singh hopes to build momentum on tour of Indigenous communities
CBC Radio's The House: The NDP at 60
First Nations and Ottawa agree to $8-billion settlement on drinking water advisories
Canada's troubled efforts to resettle Afghan military interpreters 'insulting' to veterans: O'Toole
Worried your COVID-19 vaccine won't be accepted abroad? Here's what you need to know
Climate tipping points are difficult to predict. In Canada and beyond, they might have already arrived
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on July 30
El Jones's powerful poem sheds light on slavery in N.S. and the struggle for freedom
Canada's big wireless companies spend nearly $9B on new 5G spectrum
CP Rail urges Kansas City Southern shareholders to oppose CN takeover next month