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Over $100,000 raised for Walmart security guard who is in coma after being struck by car

Over $100,000 raised for Walmart security guard who is in coma after being struck by car

A security guard who was allegedly hit by an angry driver on Saturday is in a medically induced coma. Over $112,000 has now been raised for the victim.

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Alyssa Milano believes all women unless they accuse Joe Biden

Alyssa Milano believes all women unless they accuse Joe Biden

Actress Rose McGowan has taken issue with fellow #MeToo activist Alyssa Milano over Milano's failure to get behind Tara Reade's allegations against presidential candidate Vice President Joe Biden.

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World Health Organization classifies abortion as essential service

World Health Organization classifies abortion as essential service

The WHO has qualified abortions as an essential medical service despite the coronavirus outbreak, as many patients are barred from having elective surgeries.

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China's tourist sites crowded with visitors after lockdown lifts

China's tourist sites crowded with visitors after lockdown lifts

Tourists came together during China’s holiday weekend after the coronavirus lock down was lifted despite warnings issued by health officials.

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Half million N95 masks to be shipped to Ontario despite Trump's order

Half million N95 masks to be shipped to Ontario despite Trump's order

A shipment of 500,000 N95 masks are set to arrive in Ontario this week after being held up at the border after President Trump issued an order to stop them.

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Learning to drive "not essential" in Australia, fines issued

Learning to drive "not essential" in Australia, fines issued

Australians who are learning to drive may be fined for not abiding by social distancing and essential services measures when learning to drive.

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WHO Director-General facing calls to resign over China apologism

WHO Director-General facing calls to resign over China apologism

The World Health Organization Director-General is being called on to resign after the way he handled China’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
EXCLUSIVE: Trudeau minister admits government was UNPREPARED for coronavirus

EXCLUSIVE: Trudeau minister admits government was UNPREPARED for coronavirus

Justin Trudeau's Minister of Tourism Melanie Joly has been recorded saying that her government was unprepared for the coronavirus outbreak.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Humboldt Broncos bus crash was two years ago, today

Humboldt Broncos bus crash was two years ago, today

It was two years ago today that 16 people died and 13 were injured in the Saskatchewan Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team bus crash on April 6, 2018.

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BREAKING: Trudeau says he expects US shipments of medical supplies to be delivered soon

BREAKING: Trudeau says he expects US shipments of medical supplies to be delivered soon

When asked specifically if the US had blocked the shipment, Trudeau refused to provide more information, saying that productive conversations were have been had.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Windsor-Essex reports 204 confirmed coronavirus cases, 6 outbreaks

Windsor-Essex reports 204 confirmed coronavirus cases, 6 outbreaks

An additional 20 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, bringing Windsors total number of cases to 204.

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Canadians can apply for emergency benefits TODAY

Canadians can apply for emergency benefits TODAY

Canada Revenue Agency opens today for applications from Canadians for the new federal emergency aid benefit for those who lost their job.

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BREAKING: Trudeau government may cancel Canada Day

BREAKING: Trudeau government may cancel Canada Day

Canada's most patriotic day may be cancelled this year with public health officials warning that it may coincide with a second wave of coronavirus

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Scheer calls on Trudeau to release coronavirus figures, praises Ford leadership

Scheer calls on Trudeau to release coronavirus figures, praises Ford leadership

Scheer went on to commend Ontario Premier Doug Ford for releasing Ontario's projections on Friday.

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Tiger at Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus

Tiger at Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus

A tiger located at the Bronx Zoo became the first animal in the US to test positive for coronavirus, according to officials who delivered the news Sunday.

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