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<b>CANADA:</b> St. John's flirt with a winter dream - heated sidewalks

CANADA: St. John's flirt with a winter dream - heated sidewalks

<b>CANADA:</b> Fertility clinic reports 180% increase in elective egg freezing

CANADA: Fertility clinic reports 180% increase in elective egg freezing

Women can keep their eggs frozen for as long as they want but guidelines recommend using them before they turn 50
<b>CANADA:</b> Using community-guided design research with Indigenous communities

CANADA: Using community-guided design research with Indigenous communities

Emily Carr University's Health Design Lab aimed to provide one model of how design methods can be used effectively to gather information and insights, building trust with participants to help understand complex problems
<b>CANADA:</b> National report finds in 2018, a female was killed every 2.5 days

CANADA: National report finds in 2018, a female was killed every 2.5 days

The report said 148 women and girls were killed in 133 incidents in 2018, with 140 people accused in their deaths
<b>CANADA</b> Liberals write off $163 million in student loans that feds can't collect

CANADA Liberals write off $163 million in student loans that feds can't collect

It is the fourth time in the last five years that the government has written off outstanding student loans
<b>CANADA:</b> Halifax boat sinking claims life of deckhand

CANADA: Halifax boat sinking claims life of deckhand

Max Hinch of Cole Harbour leaves behind a fiancée and a 4-year-old son
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Dental Association wants Ford to invest more in public programs

ONTARIO: Dental Association wants Ford to invest more in public programs

According to the President of the Association, the province can save millions in unnecessary hospital and doctor visits
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Carleton U students sent into a panic over false information about an 'active attacker'

ONTARIO: Carleton U students sent into a panic over false information about an 'active attacker'

One student explained that the message even worried his professor
<b>CANADA:</b> Indigenous land acknowledgements - a sign of tokenism or a step towards reconciliation?

CANADA: Indigenous land acknowledgements - a sign of tokenism or a step towards reconciliation?

For some, Indigenous land acknowledgements signal a seismic cultural shift, but others say the scripts can be disingenuous token gestures
CANADA: Suspects have stolen 'significant quantity' of $1 and $2 bills in Moncton

CANADA: Suspects have stolen 'significant quantity' of $1 and $2 bills in Moncton

The bills — which were circulated in the mid to late 1980s — are still legal tender but are considered collectibles and are rarely used