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Feds invest $400M to cut greenhouse gas emissions at ArcelorMittal Dofasco ArcelorMittal Dofasco is getting new, electric-arc steelmaking technology, an upgrade expected to cut the Hamilton steelmakers CO2 emissions by more than half.
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Canada's economy shrank for 2nd month in a row in May Canada's gross domestic product shrank by 0.3 per cent in May, the second consecutive monthly contraction as most industries slowed down.
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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Friday The governor of Tokyo city's neighbouring Kanagawa prefecture on Friday warned of the risk of the health-care system collapsing if current COVID-19 infection rates continued.
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Kitchener hospital's internet policy leaves patient's family paying $600 monthly for service they say he needs The family of a patient resident at a Kitchener, Ont., hospital say its internet policy has left the 30-year-old without streaming services, so they're paying an "unfair burden" of costs to give him services he needs as a lifeline. Grand River Hospital sa
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 3 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
After 670 days, Blue Jays return to play baseball in Toronto again After 22 months without baseball during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Toronto Blue Jays will finally return home to play the Kansas City Royals at Rogers Centre today.
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Worried your COVID-19 vaccine won't be accepted abroad? Here's what you need to know Heres the latest on which vaccines distributed in Canada might cause problems for travellers abroad.
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Climate tipping points are difficult to predict. In Canada and beyond, they might have already arrived Scientists have been watching extreme weather events unfold across the world this summer, seeing the many links between heatwaves, floods, droughts and climate change.But the scale of some of these events suggests that the climate is no longer changing in
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Only 1 type of business still isn't allowed to open in Ontario oxygen bars Oxygen bars are the lone business that still can't open under Ontario's current reopening plans, with the province calling them "high-risk for COVID-19 transmission."
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It's not just the smoke as climate change prompts more wildfires, hidden health risks emerge Climate change is expected to lead to a rise in the number of wildfires, which pose health dangers due to smoke inhalation. But there are also other risks to consider, such as the impact on mental health and clean water supplies.
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Alberta parents question safety of sending children to school with no COVID-19 pandemic restrictions Alberta parents are questioning the safety of sending unvaccinated children back to school without pandemic restrictions in place.On Aug.16, mask mandates on transit, will be lifted and isolation will no longer be required for the majority of positive COV
CBC.ca | 19 hours, 6 minutes ago | comment? | recommend