• Tax Tips For The Different Stages Of Your Life

    Tax Tips For The Different Stages Of Your Life
    Everyone lives life a little differently, and at a different pace. Getting your first job, getting married, buying a home, or starting a side hustle are all major life events. While we all have unique circumstances, what’s for certain is that life events and taxes go hand in hand. A good rule of thumb is that for every milestone you hit, you can expect that it’ll somehow affect your tax filing and might add to the complexity of your taxes.In partnership with H&R Block, we breakdo
  • Born And Raised Podcast Goes Home For 3rd Season About Second-Generation Canadians

    Born And Raised Podcast Goes Home For 3rd Season About Second-Generation Canadians
    In this special pandemic edition of “Born And Raised,” hosts Alisha Sahwney, Al Donato, and their guests explore themes of belonging and identity in immigrant families by heading where the heart is. Listen to ‘Born And Raised’ on Apple Podcastsand Google Podcasts.We decided on our season three theme last year, after the COVID-19 pandemic sent us all home last March. The team figured episodes about this topic would be all too relatable for listeners. That, and the obv
  • Ontario Pension Plan-Owned U.K. Airport Will Wreak Havoc On Climate, Say Villagers

    Ontario Pension Plan-Owned U.K. Airport Will Wreak Havoc On Climate, Say Villagers
    A long-time resident of the English village Butcombe, John Adams is fed up with the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, or what he calls the “corporate psychopath” that’s hellbent on expanding the nearby Bristol Airport. Teachers’, one of Canada’s largest pension funds, owns 100 per cent of the regional airport, which is surrounded by sacrosanct greenbelt land in North Somerset, just outside Bristol, U.K. For more than two years the airport has been push
  • It Took The Government 36 Years To Tell Me What I Already Knew: I Am A Status Indian

    It Took The Government 36 Years To Tell Me What I Already Knew: I Am A Status Indian
    It took Canada 36 years to acknowledge that I am a Status Indian. I grew up in Matachewan, Ont., a township near Matachewan First Nation. There were only seven houses on the First Nation, so most band members lived in town with French and English neighbours. There, nobody questioned that I was Indigenous. I didn’t question it, because I knew who I was. Yet, according to the Indian Act, my siblings and I were anything but.In December 1952, my grandmother, Laura Flood, became one of mor
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  • Who’s Next In Line For The COVID Vaccine In Your Province Or Territory

    Who’s Next In Line For The COVID Vaccine In Your Province Or Territory
    As COVID-19 vaccine supplies ramp up across the country, most provinces and territories have released details of who can expect to receive a shot in the coming weeks. Here’s a list of their plans to date:Newfoundland and LabradorThe province says it is in Phase 1 of its vaccine rollout. Health-care workers on the front lines of the pandemic, staff at long-term care homes, people of “advanced age” and adults in remote or isolated Indigenous communities have priority.Newfoundland
  • Ontario Doctors Applaud Decision To Prioritize Pregnant Women In COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

    Ontario Doctors Applaud Decision To Prioritize Pregnant Women In COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout
    The president of the Ontario Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is applauding the province’s move to include pregnant women on its priority list of recipients in the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan.Dr. Constance Nasello says that although pregnant women were excluded from initial trials of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, there is increasing evidence that the vaccines are safe for them.Ontario health authorities listed pregnancy as a factor putting someone at
  • Former Liberal MP Fined $9.4K For Breaching Rules By Hiring Sister

    Former Liberal MP Fined $9.4K For Breaching Rules By Hiring Sister
    OTTAWA _ Independent MP Yasmin Ratansi is being ordered to repay the House of Commons money given to her sister after she lost her job in Ratansi’s Toronto riding office.Ratansi left the Liberal caucus in November after admitting she had employed her sister as a constituency assistant in her riding of Don Valley East, saying she “made an error.“The board of internal economy, the all-party body that sets spending guidelines for MPs, reviewed the matter and said Monday that it de
  • What Kids Like Archie Can Learn From Rescue Hens

    What Kids Like Archie Can Learn From Rescue Hens
    Meghan Markle’s pups, Guy and Pula, are both rescue dogs. The former senior royal is on record as saying they’ve been a great source of comfort this past year ― a turbulent one, to say the least, since Meghan and husband Prince Harry stepped back from their official duties, fought multiple lawsuits with tabloids media outlets, and experienced heartbreaking baby loss.During a two-hour interview with Oprah that aired Sunday, Meghan and Harry invited the former talk show host
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  • Kim Kardashian Opens Up About Tabloid Body-Shaming During 1st Pregnancy

    Kim Kardashian Opens Up About Tabloid Body-Shaming During 1st Pregnancy
    The tabloids can be vicious to pregnant bodies, a fact that Kim Kardashian knows first-hand. In a series of Instagram story posts last Friday, the media mogul and mom of four opened up about how traumatizing it was for her to endure body-shaming from the press eight years ago. After watching the documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” the 40-year-old celebrity parent said she related to the singer’s struggles. “No matter how public someone’s life may se
  • Republican Senator Says U.S. Should Have Bought Canada For Cost Of Relief Bill

    Republican Senator Says U.S. Should Have Bought Canada For Cost Of Relief Bill
    OTTAWA — A Nebraska Republican senator put U.S. President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion USD relief bill into perspective over the weekend by comparing its price tag to the value of Canada’s annual economy. The U.S. Senate passed the COVID-19 relief bill 50-49 Saturday along party lines. The bill, dubbed the American Rescue Plan, includes a proposal for another round of $1,400 USD stimulus cheques for people who earn less than $75,000 annual income and extended federal unemploy
  • ‘Kim’s Convenience’ Stars Are ‘Heartbroken’ Over The Show’s Abrupt End

    ‘Kim’s Convenience’ Stars Are ‘Heartbroken’ Over The Show’s Abrupt End
    “Kim’s Convenience,” the CBC sitcom about Korean immigrants who run a convenience store in Toronto and who sometimes clash with their Canadian-born children, will come to an end after the current season. The show’s producers made the announcement on Twitter on Monday.“At the end of production on Season 5, our co-creators confirmed they were moving on to other projects,” the post read. The show was created by Ins Choi, who wrote the play the show is based on, a
  • Ethics Committee Summons Kielburgers To Testify After Brothers Reject Invite

    Ethics Committee Summons Kielburgers To Testify After Brothers Reject Invite
    OTTAWA — Members of the House of Commons ethics committee have unanimously voted to summon WE Charity co-founders Craig and Marc Kielburger to testify.Should the brothers not appear by this Friday to testify for at least three hours, the ethics committee has declared, they may face potential censure by the whole of the House of Commons.The brothers had been scheduled to appear before the committee on Monday. It was originally meant to be the final day of testimony in the committee’s
  • Growth Of Extremist Groups Threatens Political Progress For Women: Kim Campbell

    Growth Of Extremist Groups Threatens Political Progress For Women: Kim Campbell
    OTTAWA — Former prime minister Kim Campbell spoke frankly Monday about how increased representation of women in politics can sometimes be followed with pushback from extremist groups.Speaking virtually to delegates at Daughters of the Vote, an annual summit organized by Equal Voice Canada to encourage more women to get into politics, Campbell called the timing “fortuitous” for the 338 participants to apprentice as members of Parliament for the day. “We see resurgent
  • How Bill 21 Has Affected These Quebec Women In The Workplace

    How Bill 21 Has Affected These Quebec Women In The Workplace
    MONTREAL — In 2019, Quebec’s secularism law —Bill 21 — became official. It prohibits certain public service workers from wearing religious symbols at work and has disproportionately affected women who wear the hijab, an Islamic headscarf. The law has faced several legal challenges since its inception, which claim it is a violation of human rights, perpetuates gender bias, and forces women to choose between their faith and careers. Bill 21 invoked a notwithstanding clause,
  • Money Princess Diana Left Behind Supported Harry And Meghan: Oprah Interview

    Money Princess Diana Left Behind Supported Harry And Meghan: Oprah Interview
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah on Sunday still has us reeling from all the shockers shared, with one of the major ones being that the Royal Family took away Harry’s access to their funds in early 2020 ― and that if it weren’t for his mother’s inheritance fund, his family would be in dire circumstances.The Royal Canadian Mounted Police provided their protection services to the couple while they stayed in Canada, from November 2019 to
  • Conservatives Accuse Liberals Of Seeking To ‘Engineer’ Pandemic Election

    Conservatives Accuse Liberals Of Seeking To ‘Engineer’ Pandemic Election
    Federal Conservatives are accusing the Liberals of seeking to “engineer” an election by blaming the Official Opposition for delays in the government’s legislative agenda.Conservative House Leader Gérard Deltell charged in a statement Monday that Liberals are “playing games” at a time when the focus should be on the COVID-19 pandemic.“Canadians don’t want a risky pandemic election, but with every filibuster, delay in producing House-ordered documen
  • Meghan Markle Opens Up About Her Dad's 'Betrayal'

    Meghan Markle Opens Up About Her Dad's 'Betrayal'
    Meghan Markle’s two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday night was so jam-packed with information that some of the big reveals had to wait until Monday morning.In a clip that didn’t make Sunday’s broadcast, Meghan spoke publicly about her difficult relationship with her father for the first time. “There was such an obsession about anything in my world, including tracking down my parents,” Meghan told Oprah. “And I did everything I could to protect
  • Here's When Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Knew They Had To Leave Canada

    Here's When Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Knew They Had To Leave Canada
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s two-hour sit-down with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday included multiple reveals about their mental health, the reported racial discrimination they faced from members within and surrounding the Royal Family and the British press, and much more, including the main driver behind their decision to leave Canada for California.First spotted in Victoria and Vancouver Island in November 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in British Columbia on their extende
  • Aeroplan Teams Up With Starbucks For Loyalty Rewards Program

    Aeroplan Teams Up With Starbucks For Loyalty Rewards Program
    MONTREAL — Aeroplan is launching a partnership that will allow its users to earn and redeem points at Starbucks.The Air Canada loyalty program says members will need to link their Aeroplan account to a Starbucks Rewards account to allow them to earn both Aeroplan points and Starbucks stars.Once connected, Aeroplan users can earn points by loading money on their digital Starbucks card and can save when they redeem Aeroplan points for Starbucks gift cards.The new partnership follows a r
  • The Most Shocking Moments From Harry And Meghan's Interview With Oprah

    The Most Shocking Moments From Harry And Meghan's Interview With Oprah
    For years, as tabloid headlines veered more and more dramatic leading up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit from the Royal Family in 2020, many royal watchers wondered if we would ever actually find out what was going on behind closed doors.On Sunday, we did. A little more than a year after they decided they would step back, and just a few weeks after the announcement that they won’t be returning as working members, the couple sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a highly antic
  • Meghan Markle Gives Oprah An 'Honest Answer' About Why Archie Doesn't Have A Title

    Meghan Markle Gives Oprah An 'Honest Answer' About Why Archie Doesn't Have A Title
    Meghan Markle didn’t hold back during her interview with Oprah on Sunday evening.Among them: Archie, her now nearly two-year-old son with husband Prince Harry, was not offered royal titles or protection.While she got pregnant with him, Meghan said, she was told the Royal Family didn’t want the baby to have a prince/princess title. That meant he wouldn’t receive any of the security that’s usually afforded to royal children. The logic coming from The Firm (as the Royal
  • Theresa Tam Optimistic About COVID-19 Vaccines As Pandemic Anniversary Looms

    Theresa Tam Optimistic About COVID-19 Vaccines As Pandemic Anniversary Looms
    Several provinces were preparing to loosen COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday, as Canada’s chief public health officer expressed optimism over vaccines ahead of the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 crisis.The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic last March 11, and Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said it’s been a difficult 12 months marked by hardship and sacrifice.“Yet, as the months have gone by, I have also witnessed the remarkable courage, stre
  • Conservatives To Summon Top Liberal Aides To Testify On Vance Allegations

    Conservatives To Summon Top Liberal Aides To Testify On Vance Allegations
    OTTAWA — The federal Conservatives plan to summon two senior Liberal aides to testify on when they first learned of sexual misconduct allegations surrounding the military’s former top soldier — and account for what they did about the accusations.The Tories said they will ask the House of Commons’ defence committee on Monday to have Zita Astravas and Elder Marques appear in the coming days, as opposition parties continue digging into the government’s handling of the
  • COVID-19 Pandemic Has Spurred Newcomers To Canada To Return To Their Home Countries

    COVID-19 Pandemic Has Spurred Newcomers To Canada To Return To Their Home Countries
    OTTAWA — The economic and life disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted some recent immigrants to leave Canada and return to their countries of origin, where they have more social and family connections.The number of permanent residents who have been in Canada for less than five years declined by four per cent to 1,019,000 by the end of 2020 from 1,060,000 the year before, according to an analysis of Statistics Canada’s labour force survey that measures the number of w
  • How Do Canadian And U.S. Cities Stack Up On Length Of Lockdowns?

    How Do Canadian And U.S. Cities Stack Up On Length Of Lockdowns?
    The first day of spring is just a few weeks away, and for Canadians, that means the snow will be melting in just a few months... So of course, our thoughts turn naturally to the many exciting events that come with the arrival of springtime.Except maybe not so much this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic still raging and the country hunkered down, waiting for a vaccine. Some people are likelier than others to enjoy a “normal” spring this year, and it largely depends on where you ar
  • 'Maddening': Faster Ontario Vaccine Rollout May Have Saved These Lives

    'Maddening': Faster Ontario Vaccine Rollout May Have Saved These Lives
    Ian McMahon and his 10 siblings felt terrified as they watched the first wave of COVID-19 devastate nursing homes across Ontario in spring 2020. But no one got infected at the Windsor, Ont. home where their father, George Arthur McMahon Sr., lived. They celebrated George’s 87th birthday in September with an outdoor party at his nursing home. George — who was also a grandfather to more than 25, great-grandfather to 12 and great-great-grandfather to two — had to stay behind
  • The Royal Family Has A Complicated Relationship With TV And Here's Why

    The Royal Family Has A Complicated Relationship With TV And Here's Why
    LONDON — Britain’s royal family and television have a complicated relationship.The medium has helped define the modern monarchy: The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was Britain’s first mass TV spectacle. Since then, rare interviews have given a glimpse behind palace curtains at the all-too-human family within. The fictionalized take of Netflix hit “The Crown” has moulded views of the monarchy for a new generation, though in ways the powerful, image-conscious r
  • Ontario NDP Vow To Bring Back Cap And Trade In New Environmental Platform

    Ontario NDP Vow To Bring Back Cap And Trade In New Environmental Platform
    TORONTO — Ontario’s New Democrats say they would create a new cap-and-trade carbon pricing system if elected in 2022.The official Opposition made the promise in an environmental policy plank of their election platform, released today at a morning news conference.Party leader Andrea Horwath says the province needs the carbon pricing system to help fight climate change.She says the system would generate $30 billion in revenue, and the NDP would raise another $10 billion through the sal
  • Walter Gretzky's 'Heart Of Gold' Remembered Fondly At Funeral

    Walter Gretzky's 'Heart Of Gold' Remembered Fondly At Funeral
    BRANTFORD, Ont. — Wayne Gretzky remembered his father, Walter, as a man with “a heart of gold” today at his funeral in Brantford, Ont.Known as Canada’s hockey dad, Walter Gretzky died Thursday at age 82 after battling Parkinson’s disease and other health issues in recent years.Wayne Gretzky, the oldest of the family’s five children, delivered an emotional eulogy, saying of his late father, “We’d be a way better world if there was so many more peopl
  • Canada Unseats U.S. As Top Destination For People Moving For Work In BCG Survey

    Canada Unseats U.S. As Top Destination For People Moving For Work In BCG Survey
    Canada has replaced the U.S. as the most desirable location for migrants moving for work, and the change seems to have everything to do with the COVID-19 pandemic.In a survey from Boston Consulting Group, respondents in 190 countries were most likely to pick Canada as their top destination choice, while the U.S. was in second place. The U.S. had placed first, and Canada third, in BCG’s previous surveys carried out in 2014 and 2018. “Hurt by an inconsistent pandemic response, the
  • 'Raya And The Last Dragon' Animator Focused On Cultural Accuracy In Disney Epic

    'Raya And The Last Dragon' Animator Focused On Cultural Accuracy In Disney Epic
    TORONTO — When animating Disney’s new film “Raya and the Last Dragon,” Vancouver-raised Benson Shum says he honed in on the subtle details to ensure cultural accuracy.Available in theatres and on Disney Plus with Premier Access on Friday, the epic adventure follows a Southeast Asian-inspired warrior and her pals as they battle an evil force in the fantasy world of Kumandra.It’s the first Walt Disney Animation Studios film to have a Southeast Asia-inspired setting, a
  • Quebec Looking To Reopen Live Performance Venues Despite Curfew

    Quebec Looking To Reopen Live Performance Venues Despite Curfew
    MONTREAL — Live theatre and music could soon return to Montreal for the first time since the fall but promoters say they are worried that the nighttime curfew in the city will dampen their plans.Still, representatives of Quebec’s cultural industries say they’re optimistic after meeting earlier this week with the province’s culture minister, Nathalie Roy. The government is looking to reopen theatres and concert halls even in regions under the highest pandemic-alert level,
  • Ontario Police Officer Charged With Sexual Assault, Exploitation

    Ontario Police Officer Charged With Sexual Assault, Exploitation
    An off-duty police detective in the Toronto area has been charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation.York Regional Police say the charges were laid today against one of their officers following an investigation by the Toronto police force.They say the charges aren’t related to any of the officer’s on-duty activities.Police say the officer cannot be named in order to protect the identity of the victim.However, they say he has worked with York police since 2004.The force says
  • Canadians Expected To Have Fewer Babies During Pandemic: Research

    Canadians Expected To Have Fewer Babies During Pandemic: Research
    Many expected the year spent at home would lead to a baby boom. Turns out the opposite seems to be true, as early research indicates the pandemic has made people in the western world have fewer babies, not more.  Last year, birth rates dropped around the world, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal. France, Japan, Germany, the U.K., and the U.S. reported fewer births, with the most significant decreases in Italy — the European country, that suffered
  • 12 Wardrobe Must-Haves For Working Out As Winter Becomes Spring

    12 Wardrobe Must-Haves For Working Out As Winter Becomes Spring
    Whether you’ve already established a workout routine or are looking to get more active, having the right gear up is one way to stay motivated in achieving your fitness goals, especially when it’s still chilly out. While a low-impact virtual fitness class streamed to your living room calls for comfort and ease of movement, an outdoor run will require some serious performance gear that’s designed to keep you warm, safe and comfortable as you tackle slippery terrain and fluct
  • Orthodox Jewish Woman Claims Tories Unfairly Torpedoed Nomination Bid

    Orthodox Jewish Woman Claims Tories Unfairly Torpedoed Nomination Bid
    OTTAWA — An Othodox Jewish woman is accusing Conservative party members of asking “unfair” questions about her religious observance after her bid to seek a federal nomination in a Greater Toronto Area riding was rejected this week.Chani Aryeh-Bain, who previously ran in 2019 as the Conservative candidate in the Toronto riding of Eglinton-Lawrence, said she was told Wednesday her name would not appear on the nomination ballot for the riding of Thornhill alongside candidates Meli
  • Pamela Anderson Sells Malibu Mansion, Will Live On Vancouver Island

    Pamela Anderson Sells Malibu Mansion, Will Live On Vancouver Island
    Pamela Anderson is planning to sell her multi-million Malibu mansion and settle down in the Vancouver Island town she was born and raised in, the New York Post reports.The former “Baywatch” actor told the outlet that she decided to move back to Canada following her surprise wedding to her bodyguard, Dan Hayhurst, last Christmas Eve. “I feel more settled on my sustainable ranch on Vancouver Island with space to rescue more animals. It’s still beachfront. One foot
  • Trudeau Defends Sajjan Amid Fallout Over Military Sexual Misconduct Allegations

    Trudeau Defends Sajjan Amid Fallout Over Military Sexual Misconduct Allegations
    OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he “absolutely” has confidence in the judgment of his defence minister while fallout continues over sexual misconduct allegations levied against Canada’s former top soldier, Gen. Jonathan Vance.Testimony from the military’s former ombudsman Gary Walbourne to the House of Commons’ defence committee this week described a “hostile” 2018 meeting with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan about the allegations.. The
  • Walter Gretzky Invited Canada Into His Home, Because That's Just Who He Was

    Walter Gretzky Invited Canada Into His Home, Because That's Just Who He Was
    In memory of Walter Gretzky, who died today at age 82.I expected nothing as I knocked gently on the door of the two-story house on Varadi Avenue.It was Spring 2002. I was in Brantford, Ont., driving a university friend back to his home after a long journey from Ottawa. A long-time Wayne Gretzky fan, on a whim I asked if he knew where Wayne grew up. He did, and after a bit of convincing, my friend agreed to take me there so I could knock on his door.The door opened and the most famous hockey dad
  • New York Times Nanaimo Bar Recipe Dragged By Canadians

    New York Times Nanaimo Bar Recipe Dragged By Canadians
    A custard-fuelled controversy is brewing on Canada’s West Coast and one of the largest newspapers in the United States is to blame.The New York Times Cooking Instagram account shared a recipe and accompanying image for classic Canadian Nanaimo bars this week. But as many Canadians were quick to point out, something wasn’t quite right with the bars pictured.  View this post on InstagramA post shared by NYT Cooking (@nytcooking)“What da f**k have u done to it,” one use
  • Ontario Updates Vaccine Schedule: Over-60s To Be Done In May

    Ontario Updates Vaccine Schedule: Over-60s To Be Done In May
    TORONTO — The next phase of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccination plan will see shots administered based on risk factors including age, neighbourhood, existing health conditions and inability to work from home.Here's Ontario's new sped-up COVID-19 vaccination schedule.
    Over-60s should all be vaccinated by end of May. Essential workers will be eligible in June #onpolipic.twitter.com/R6fjYLFRU9— Emma Paling (@emmapaling) March 5, 2021Officials presented the updated vaccination timeline
  • Ontario Lifts Stay-At-Home Lockdown Order For Toronto, Peel, North Bay

    Ontario Lifts Stay-At-Home Lockdown Order For Toronto, Peel, North Bay
    The Ontario government is lifting its stay-at-home order next week in Toronto, Peel Region and North Bay Parry Sound.The three regions were the last ones still under the order, while most of the province transitioned back to the government’s colour-coded pandemic response framework last month.Toronto and Peel will go into the strictest “grey lockdown” category of the framework, as recommended by public health officials in those regions.The province says North Bay will be placed
  • Canada To Receive 1.5 Million Extra Pfizer Vaccine Doses This Month

    Canada To Receive 1.5 Million Extra Pfizer Vaccine Doses This Month
    OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will get an extra 1.5 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine delivered this month.Another one million doses will arrive in both April and May.Those doses were originally set to arrive in the summer.The federal government had a contract to buy 40 million doses of the vaccine, which requires two shots for full effectiveness.After the first doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine arrived before the end of 2020, the nationa
  • Email From Sajjan Aide Suggests He Knew About Vance Allegations For 3 Years

    Email From Sajjan Aide Suggests He Knew About Vance Allegations For 3 Years
    OTTAWA — A newly released email appears to support former military ombudsman Gary Walbourne’s assertion that he told Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan about an allegation of sexual misconduct against then-defence chief Gen. Jonathan Vance three years ago.The brief email was sent by Zita Astravas, who at the time was Sajjan’s chief of staff, to Walbourne on March 5, 2018. That was four days after Walbourne says he notified the defence minister of the allegation against the military
  • Meghan Markle Alludes To Rigid Royal Rules In New Oprah Interview Clip

    Meghan Markle Alludes To Rigid Royal Rules In New Oprah Interview Clip
    Meghan Markle opened up about why she and Prince Harry are speaking out now in a new preview clip of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey.Gayle King introduced the video on “CBS This Morning” Friday, saying it would show why Meghan and Harry “did not feel free to speak candidly sooner.” The clip shows Winfrey approaching the subject with Meghan: “I called you either or February or March 2018 before the wedding asking, &ls
  • Health Canada Approves Johnson And Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine: Sources

    Health Canada Approves Johnson And Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine: Sources
    OTTAWA — Health Canada is set to announce approval of the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson and Johnson on Friday morning, according to multiple sources aware of the decision but not authorized to discuss it publicly.The federal regulator has found the evidence shows the vaccine is both safe and effective against the virus that causes COVID-19.It is the fourth vaccine to be approved in Canada and the first and only one Canada has purchased that requires just a single dose.Canada has pre-p
  • Health Canada Approves Johnson And Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

    Health Canada Approves Johnson And Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine
    OTTAWA — Health Canada has announced the approval of the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson and Johnson on Friday morning. The federal regulator has found the evidence shows the vaccine is both safe and effective against the virus that causes COVID-19.It is the fourth vaccine to be approved in Canada and the first and only one Canada has purchased that requires just a single dose.Canada has pre-purchased 10 million doses, with options to buy another 28 million.Joelle Paquette, th
  • Europe Unites Behind Italy After Blocking Vaccine Shipment To Australia

    Europe Unites Behind Italy After Blocking Vaccine Shipment To Australia
    BRUSSELS ― Europe’s vaccine solidarity got a shot in the arm Friday as France rallied to support Italy, saying it could follow suit in blocking exports of coronavirus vaccines outside the European Union if necessary to enforce its own contracts with drugs manufacturers.The European Union defended the Italian authorities’ decision to stop a large shipment of doses destined for Australia as part of a longstanding feud with drug manufacturer AstraZeneca, and Germany.The EU’s
  • How The Pandemic-Stressed Teens I Work With Got Their Sleep Back On Track

    How The Pandemic-Stressed Teens I Work With Got Their Sleep Back On Track
    It’s 7 a.m. on my alarm clock. But while the rest of us are getting ready to face a new day, Liam (name changed for confidentiality) is in bed facing his bedroom wall. He’s been staring at it for hours, exhausted, but unable to fall asleep.Liam is 16. He’s been struggling with insomnia for weeks. He’s anxious, frustrated and just can’t cope anymore. Like many of the teenagers I work with as a registered social worker specializing in sleep counselling, Liam feels lik
  • Prince Philip Sent Back To Private Hospital After Heart Procedure

    Prince Philip Sent Back To Private Hospital After Heart Procedure
    LONDON — Britain’s Prince Philip, the 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, has been transferred back to a private hospital after successfully undergoing a procedure to treat a heart condition, Buckingham Palace said on Friday.Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh who has been hospitalized for more than two weeks, was moved to a London hospital with a specialized cardiac centre on Monday for treatment for a pre-existing heart issue.The Palace said he had now returned to the private Ki
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