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This remote First Nation pays lofty power costs. Forced to use U.S. source, they want to be on Ontario grid

A Treaty 3 First Nation pays some of the highest electricity rates in Ontario because the community of Windigo Island must import power from the U.S. The leadership at Animakee Wa Zhing 37 is calling for the island to be connected to the provincial grid, arguing residents are being priced out.

Patients wait months for Pap test results as labs juggle high demand, staff shortage

Delays to process Pap test results are being felt across much of the country. The COVID-19 pandemic played a role in creating a backlog of all kinds of screening tests — but industry insiders say the problem is made worse by ongoing long-term staffing issues in the Canadian lab sector.
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This Newfoundland mine once flourished. Now it's a symbol of death and decline

In Baie Verte, a thriving mine once brought prosperity to the town. Today it reminds residents of the danger they believe still lurks in the air.

Protesters call for Xi to resign amid unprecedented unrest over China's COVID-19 measures

Protesters angered by China's strict COVID-19 measures called for President Xi Jinping to resign, as authorities in at least eight cities struggled to suppress demonstrations that represent a rare direct challenge to the ruling Communist Party.

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