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Canada loses 207,100 jobs in April, U.S. adds 266,000

On May 7, 2021, both the US and Canada posted ‘disappointing’ job numbers. Canada lost 207,100 jobs in April as unemployment rose to 8.1%. The United States added 266,000 jobs, less than the anticipated 1,000,000 jobs increase for April 2021.
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Alberta

BREAKING: Jason Kenney announces stricter public health measures for Alberta, including increased fines for violating health measures

On Tuesday, May 4, the Premier of Alberta Jason Kenney announced additional public health measures in the province. Some of the new measures include doubling the “basic fine” for violating public health measures from $1,000 to $2,000, moving all schools to remote-learning, capping places of worship to 15 people, among others.
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UK government researching COVID-19 spread by hosting large pilot events, including maskless raves without social distancing

On Friday, April 30, a large rave event was hosted in Liverpool to research whether large-scale events can begin again safely. The event is part of the UK’s government Events Research Programme (ERP).
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Alberta

Alberta Government to take “further action” on COVID-19, Jason Kenney invokes possible curfews

During today’s press conference update on the COVID-19 situation in the Province of Alberta, Premier Jason Kenney announced that the government will need to take “further action”. Actions include the possibility of imposing curfews, moving schools to remote learning, closing indoor sports and fitness, and increasing fine collection by introducing restrictions at registry services for people who do not pay their non-compliance fines.
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Opinion | For a Decentralized Vaccine Passport

Do we really want to be deprived of travel in the name of dogmatic egalitarianism?
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Opinion | 6,700 Lives Could Have Been Saved in Quebec’s Long-Term Care Homes

This time last year, we were talking about the temporary end to the transfer of COVID-19 patients to CHSLDs, Quebec’s long-term care centres. The patient transfers, however, resumed a month later.
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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

For the first time in Canadian history, the country’s debt has surpassed $1 trillion, following a $354 billion deficit for 2020 and an expected $155 billion deficit for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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Canadian government doesn’t rule out invoking the Canada Emergencies Act

Canada’s procurement minister Anita Anand does not rule out invoking the Canada Emergencies Act to allegedly help the government fight the COVID-19 third wave.
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Canadians signal for ‘help’ at U.S.-Canada border using lights to Morse code “SOS” and an upside-down flag

On Saturday, April 17, a group of Canadians in Niagara Falls, Ontario signaled for ‘help’ at the U.S.-Canada border using lights to Morse code “SOS” and an upside-down Canadian flag after the Ontario government announced an extension of the stay-at-home order and additional strict health measures.
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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

The Canadian prime minister is under fire for saying the United Kingdom was fighting a “very serious third wave” of the coronavirus, a statement not supported by any facts or data.
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Trudeau opposed internet regulation in 2019, said it would “attack free speech”. Today, he is pushing a radical censorship bill

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Trudeau opposed internet regulation in 2019, said it would “attack free speech”. Today, he is pushing a radical censorship bill

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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

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Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO’s $19m home set on fire in Montreal

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Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO’s $19m home set on fire in Montreal

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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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