Health

How the N.W.T. is reducing addictions harm during COVID-19

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The Tree of Peace Friendship Centre in Yellowknife counsels more than 200 people, but COVID-19 has isolated many of those clients from badly needed in-person services. The centre’s full reopening can’t come soon […]

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Business

Top 5 Financing Tips for Successful Business Startups in Houston

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Do you dream about getting your business startups in Houston, the Texas most populous city? Houston remains the most prime location in Texas for business. That’s because it is the fourth most […]

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Scientists struggling to understand how to contain silent spread of coronavirus before it’s too late

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One of the great mysteries of the novel coronavirus is how quickly it rocketed around the world. It first flared in central China and within three months was on every continent but Antarctica, shutting down […]

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Man in P.E.I. jailed for allegedly failing to self-isolate after COVID-19 diagnosis

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A man who tested positive for COVID-19 is in custody facing criminal charges after allegedly not self-isolating, says P.E.I.’s director of prosecutions. John Diamond said Javan Mizero Nsangira, 22, was sent to […]

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Member of Health Quality Council of Alberta quits to protest legislation

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A member of the provincial body that’s mandated to improve patient safety and the quality of health care in Alberta has quit, saying legislation proposed by the UCP government would eliminate its key […]

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Toronto asks for additional measures for restaurant, bars, indoor dining ahead of Stage 3 reopening

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Toronto Mayor John Tory is calling on the province to implement additional measures that would be applied to bars, restaurants and indoor dining settings ahead of any Stage 3 reopening in the city, saying he […]

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Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Saturday

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The latest: Canada has 109,995 coronavirus infections, including 96,819 recoveries, 8,882 deaths. Wearing a mask is mandatory in Quebec as of Saturday. How close are we to a vaccine for COVID-19? Ottawa’s wage subsidy program to be […]

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What Ontario can learn from elsewhere about making schools safer from COVID-19

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Going back to school means learning lessons and facing tests. Ontario will soon face a crucial test of whether it has learned from the mistakes and successes of other jurisdictions in preventing […]

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Technology

4 Merits of Using the Wi-Fi extender

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A lot of people face the problem of frequent disruption in the network because there are many kinds of dead spots in the home and the router cannot provide the best possible […]

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June was the worst month for overdose deaths in B.C. history

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For the second consecutive month, a record number of deaths due to illicit drugs has been reported in B.C. B.C.’s chief coroner, Lisa Lapointe, says 175 people died in June, which is up from […]

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