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Parents more hesitant to vaccinate kids than themselves, researcher says

Parents more hesitant to vaccinate kids than themselves, researcher says

OTTAWA — Jennifer Hubert jumped at the opportunity to get her COVID-19 vaccine, but she’s not looking forward to having to make the decision about whether to vaccinate her three-year-old son Jackson.
British envoy seeks Canada's climate change help at UN talks in Glasgow

British envoy seeks Canada's climate change help at UN talks in Glasgow

OTTAWA — Britain's new envoy to Ottawa says Canada still has credibility as a reliable partner on fighting climate change despite a domestic rise of greenhouse gas emissions in recent years.

No winning ticket for Saturday's $5 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $5 million jackpot in Saturday's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize was won by a lottery player in Ontario. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on Oct.
Langford, B.C., offers residents down payment grants to spur homebuyer affordability

Langford, B.C., offers residents down payment grants to spur homebuyer affordability

LANGFORD, B.C. — The Victoria-area city of Langford is offering a helping hand to those who have a dream of owning their own home by providing a five per cent down payment on their purchase.
Lachine Rapids where Montreal firefighter died have a long, dangerous history

Lachine Rapids where Montreal firefighter died have a long, dangerous history

MONTREAL — The stretch of the St. Lawrence River where a Montreal firefighter died during a rescue last week has been known for centuries as one of the city’s most treacherous.
B.C. lifting COVID-19 restrictions but not everyone ready to resume usual gatherings

B.C. lifting COVID-19 restrictions but not everyone ready to resume usual gatherings

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is set to lift capacity restrictions on gatherings across much of the province Monday, though some say not everyone will be ready to party like it's early 2020 while still wearing a mask.
Iqaluit staff recommend full rebate for water customers due to emergency

Iqaluit staff recommend full rebate for water customers due to emergency

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Iqaluit residents could get a break on their water bills as they continue to deal with fuel contamination that's prevented them from being able to drink their tap water.
Montreal protesters urge government to allow dance floors to reopen

Montreal protesters urge government to allow dance floors to reopen

MONTREAL — A large crowd of Montrealers held a large dance party on Mount Royal on Saturday to urge the Quebec government to reverse its ban on dancing in bars and clubs.
Minister says pandemic help, including military support, approved for Saskatchewan

Minister says pandemic help, including military support, approved for Saskatchewan

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the federal government has approved a request for pandemic aid in Saskatchewan, including military support.
A profile of Manitoba Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Shelly Glover

A profile of Manitoba Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Shelly Glover

WINNIPEG — Shelly Glover thought she had left politics behind when she walked away from Parliament Hill in 2015. Six years later, she is vying for the leadership of Manitoba's governing Progressive Conservatives, who are to make their decision Oct.