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Huffington Post – Ontario Finance Minister Rod Phillips has left the country. While health officials across the country warned against non-essential travel outside of Canada...

Huffington Post – There’s a new coronavirus in town. Well, not exactly a new one, but a worrisome mutated strain of COVID-19, which goes by the...

Huffington Post – As tens of thousands of farmers stake out India’s capital as part of a monumental protest rejecting agricultural reforms, Canadians are rallying...

Huffington Post – Staff at Ontario’s Ministry of Indigenous Affairs could only name 30 of the government’s 140 programs and services for Indigenous Peoples when...

Huffington Post – If you bought an ultraviolet (UV) light or wand thinking it will disinfect and protect against COVID-19, stop using it immediately because...

Huffington Post – In March, Douglas Moody could brush his own teeth, feed himself, walk 30 metres, use the phone to call his family and...

Huffington Post – Parents in Ontario’s COVID-19 hot spots should not let their children trick or treat for Halloween this year, the province said Monday. “Believe me,...

Huffington Post – For all the bluster among federal political leaders about not wanting an election any time soon, the political truth is as cold as a...

Huffington Post – In Quebec, it’s considered controversial to greet people by saying “Bonjour-Hi,” because many politicians believe that using the English word — even...

Huffington Post – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says up to 249,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine will arrive on Canadian soil by the end of the month,...

Huffington Post – Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, his province bending precariously under the weight of record COVID-19 cases, imposed new sweeping public health restrictions Tuesday that...

Huffington Post – Everything that could go wrong with a condo market seems to be happening right now. Add yet another to the many imbalances...

Huffington Post – People who are angry about a proposed bill to protect businesses against COVID-19-related lawsuits should “talk to their lawyer … rather than...