The new polling comes as provinces continue their reopening efforts and cases of COVID-19 continue to decrease nationally.
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MacNeil, who is from London, Ont., finished with a time of 55.59 seconds.
While the Liberals still hold a six per cent lead over the Conservatives, that lead would still not be enough for them to move past their current minority government.
The emergency summit was called in response to a recent string of violent attacks that have injured or killed Muslim Canadians.
Non-essential travel from the U.S. could potentially start by mid-August for fully vaccinated travellers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the country’s premiers last night.
The moon “wobble”, which represents the path of the moon orbiting the Earth, could increase and worsen high-tide flood events alongside climate change in Canada.
The Tataskweyak Cree Nation is requiring “immediate” supports for mental wellness and long-term solutions for its community after several youth suicides.
Scientists said that Western Canada’s most recent heatwave was an event that could happen once a millennia, but could now possibly happen every five to 10 years.
Speaking with Global News on Saturday, RoseAnne Archibald delved deeper into her major priorities as the AFN’s incoming national chief.
Canada’s chief public health officer said that the risk of future outbreaks in vaccinated and under vaccinated populations was “a reality going forward.”
Her victory was decided shortly after the fifth ballot, when former Muskowekwan First Nation chief Reginald Bellerose conceded.
Moise’s death comes at a very turbulent time in the country that is struggling to grapple with escalating gang violence and anti-government protests.
The calculator, which predicts death within six months, is based on data from more than 491,000 community-dwelling older adults in a 6-year period between 2007 and 2013.
While the blistering hot temperatures continue to move east, experts said that the sweat inducing weather is far from over for several parts of the country.
According to the 734-page report from Natural Resources Canada, the “deep and lasting impacts” of Canada’s already changing climate will be felt heavily by all across the country.