Friday, October 7 2022

Community Calendar: 100 Years of Rotary Exhibit Ribbon Cutting; Timberland pop-up regional library in Toledo; Miss Lewis County

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Submit an event To submit an event for inclusion in The Chronicle’s community calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at […]

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After the truckers’ protest, Canada grapples with a question: Was it a blip or something bigger?

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OTTAWA — A cavalcade of big rigs rumbled through Canada’s capital, blocking major streets, drawing thousands of supporters, enraged residents […]

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The Paranoid Style in Canadian Politics

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For the past three weeks, Canada’s capital has been occupied by a swarm of angry truck drivers and anti-vaccine protesters. […]

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Employment ‘carnage’ of 200,000 jobs lost in January appears temporary, economists say

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Shaken by the rapid spread of Omicron, the Canadian economy lost 200,100 jobs in January amid tougher public health rules […]

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Great Big Home + Garden Show returns to IX Center | Homepage

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The Great Big Home + Garden Show will return to the IX Center in Cleveland from February 4-13 after the […]

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Covid updates: Pope warns of ‘infodemic’

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Truckers drove through Toronto on Thursday on their way to Ottawa, Canada’s capital, to protest Covid vaccination requirements for those […]

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Physician shortage temporarily closes Sylvan Lake Urgent Care Center again – Red Deer Advocate

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A “sudden gap in medical coverage” forced the closure of the Sylvan Lake outpatient service for the second time in […]

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COVID-19: Only vaccinated persons can cross the land border from Canada to the United States

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Last updated on January 25, 2022 Temporary residents in Canada working in essential jobs are no longer allowed to travel […]

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Biden team regroups after court loss on shootings or COVID tests

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President Joe Biden walks to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Friday, Jan. 14, […]

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Omicron is less likely to send you to hospital, studies show

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A woman wears a face covering as she walks past Christmas lights in London on Wednesday, December 22, 2021. British […]

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Serious reactions to COVID vaccine “very, very rare”, New Brunswick Medical Society says

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With more than 1.35 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered in New Brunswick since December 19, 2020, reports to Public […]

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Scotiabank Raptors Arena capacity reduced to 50%

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The Ontario government is reportedly prepared to reimpose capacity restrictions on sporting events in Toronto. As noted in Tuesday’s Ontario […]

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COVID-19 assessment center sees over 200% increase in testing

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Testing at the Sault Ste. Marie has grown by more than 200% this month compared to last month, which has […]

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Study models biosimilar savings in Ontario through mandatory substitution

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In early 2020, Ontario became the third Canadian province to begin replacing patients taking reference drugs (initiators) with biosimilars; however, […]

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Remembrance Day Presentation at the SaskTel Center in Saskatoon – Saskatoon

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Remembrance Day may look different this year, but there are still many ways to honor veterans past and present in […]

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Approved Boosters, Benton County Vaccination Events

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How much time will it take to pay off the BAD CREDIT loan? Most online lending institutions allow the borrowers […]

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The Coho ferry will resume service on November 8

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PORT ANGELES – The Coho ferry will resume round-trip service on November 8 to Victoria, Black Ball Ferry Line president […]

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Vaccine screening at the airport and punctual inflation: in the news of October 15

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Canadian carriers this week received three consultation documents from Transport Canada asking for comments on the establishment of an agency […]

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COVID-19 Rates Continue to Fall, San Mateo County Health Officials Weighing New Measures This Week | Local News

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After a summer spike in COVID-19 cases, San Mateo County officials shared strong optimism about continued improvement in pandemic health […]

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Coronavirus: What’s Happening in Canada and Around the World on Sunday

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The last: Israel on Sunday restricted its COVID-19 “green pass” to only allow those who have received a booster dose […]

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Opioid battle continues in Will County area | The Weekly of Time

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Local and state officials continue to fight the ongoing opioid pandemic, whether through the distribution of Narcan or events designed […]

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City increases capacity of hockey arenas

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Spectator limits will be significantly increased after concerns from the hockey community, but city staff say implementation will be a […]

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Third judge blocks removal of Governor Lee’s mask from schools

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NASHVILLE, Tennessee. A third federal judge blocked Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s order allowing families to step down from school mask […]

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Coronavirus: What’s Happening in Canada and Around the World Thursday

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The last: Alaska, which led most US states on coronavirus vaccinations months ago, took the drastic step on Wednesday to […]

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Ontario to announce pre-season arena capacity for Maple Leafs

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The Ontario government will announce the arena’s capabilities for not-quite-last-minute preseason games, according to a report by Chris Johnston of […]

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Hockey arena backs down on ban on unvaccinated children

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The Government of Alberta’s new vaccine mandates for businesses, entities and events are in effect. Each organization must follow one […]

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Election in Canada: what you need to know

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Since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada called an early election last month – two years ahead of schedule – […]

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Canadian Trudeau hammers his rival on COVID-19 stance on the last day of the campaign

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MONTREAL / OAKVILLE, Ontario, September 19 (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, traveling the country to deliver a final […]

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Mix of vaccine mandates leads to cancellation of Antelope Valley fair – NBC Los Angeles

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The Antelope Valley 2021 fair, which was slated to start Oct. 1, has been canceled, organizers said, saying the Los […]

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The Latest: Abu Dhabi removes testing rule for other emirates

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FILE – In this March 12, 2020 file photo, Dr. Anne Zink, Chief Medical Officer of Alaska, speaks to reporters […]

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Canada’s Trudeau hammers the COVID-19 approach of his main electoral rival

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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau prepares to appear on CBC’s Face To Face with host Rosemary Barton in Toronto, Canada, September […]

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