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Why doctors think you should get the flu shot this year — and soon

B.C. mom frustrated after waiting twice as long as expected for young son's COVID-19 test results

'That grin, that big heart': Remembering Terry Fox, the Marathon of Hope and one day in Thunder Bay

Why saliva testing for COVID-19 in Canada won't be ending the long lineups any time soon

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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Friday

Silver lining? Cases of infectious diseases plunge amid anti-COVID-19 measures

Ontario rolls back gathering limits in some areas as 293 new COVID-19 cases reported

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How a handful of students caused Western University's COVID-19 outbreak

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N.B. doctor blamed for COVID-19 outbreak receives letter of support from 1,500 physicians

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This yoga instructor is fighting the rise of QAnon in the wellness community

Multiple provinces are seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases. What needs to be done now?

Is heat needed to clean reusable masks? Your COVID questions answered

Air quality in New Westminster, B.C., worse than New Delhi as pier fire adds to wildfire smoke

COVID-19 testing site for Indigenous people to open in Toronto

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Billionaire critic of COVID-19 restrictions says Ottawa let her skip 14-day quarantine

Ontario woman says she wasn't welcome in main area of hotel with guide dog

B.C. authorizes nurses to prescribe safe alternatives to toxic street drugs

It's easy to point the finger at parties — but younger Canadians spread COVID-19 in all kinds of settings

Why can't we just get tested instead of isolating after international travel? Your COVID-19 questions answered

Virtual schools face rocky start — with delays, confusion and technical problems

Hamilton's McMaster University distancing itself from Trump adviser linked to downplaying of COVID-19

Pressure mounts on Health Canada to approve rapid COVID testing devices

Now's no time for complacency, COVID-19 'long-hauler' warns

Hospitalizations steady despite rising COVID-19 cases. But this could change quickly, experts say

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