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Real or hoax? Quebec scholars probe mystery letter allegedly from Titanic passenger

Real or hoax? Quebec scholars probe mystery letter allegedly from Titanic passenger

MONTREAL — Researchers from Université du Québec à Rimouski are trying to solve the mystery about whether a letter in a bottle washed up in New Brunswick in 2017 is from a young victim of the Titanic.
Canadians divided on sending Team Canada athletes to the Tokyo Olympic Games: poll

Canadians divided on sending Team Canada athletes to the Tokyo Olympic Games: poll

OTTAWA — A new poll by Leger and the Association of Canadian Studies suggests the country is divided over plans to send athletes from Canada to the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo as Japan grapples with climbing COVID-19 cases.
Family doctors say they can answer vaccine questions, after Trudeau recommends them

Family doctors say they can answer vaccine questions, after Trudeau recommends them

Several family doctors and physician associations across Canada say they welcome questions from anyone concerned about second doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca or any other COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Eben Strydom, a generalist in Melfort, Sask.

No winning ticket for Friday's $40 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $40 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
Maj-Gen. Dany Fortin leaves vaccine rollout post pending military investigation

Maj-Gen. Dany Fortin leaves vaccine rollout post pending military investigation

OTTAWA — The officer in charge of Canada's vaccine rollout has left his assignment with the Public Health Agency of Canada pending the results of a military investigation.
Two observers to oversee investigation of Saskatchewan Mountie charged with murder

Two observers to oversee investigation of Saskatchewan Mountie charged with murder

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Two independent observers have been appointed to oversee the investigation of a well-known Mountie in a central Saskatchewan community accused of killing a man found dead in the woods. Cpl.
Federal officials lay out road map for post-vaccine life as third wave ebbs

Federal officials lay out road map for post-vaccine life as third wave ebbs

Federal health authorities laid out their vision of what life could look like after most Canadians are vaccinated against COVID-19, just as regional officials warned some people may be getting ahead of themselves through ill-advised gatherings.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 5:55 p.m. Alberta is reporting 1,433 new cases of COVID-19. That brings the total number of active infections in the province to 23,873.
Judge dismisses attempt to quash 'anti-Alberta' activities inquiry

Judge dismisses attempt to quash 'anti-Alberta' activities inquiry

CALGARY — A judge has dismissed an attempt to quash the United Conservative government's inquiry into whether foreign groups have conspired against Alberta's oil industry.
Experts call on Canada to use COVAX doses of AstraZeneca or give them back

Experts call on Canada to use COVAX doses of AstraZeneca or give them back

OTTAWA — Some health experts are questioning Canada's decision to accept thousands of doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from a global vaccine-sharing alliance, only to have them sit in freezers in an Ontario warehouse.