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  • As flu season fades, spring and summer viruses emerge. What are they?
    As Canadians bid farewell to the aches and chills of the respiratory virus season a new question looms: what other microbial menaces will appear as days grow warmer?
    Health
    May 1
  • Norovirus cases spiking in U.S. What about Canada?
    Flu season may be winding down, but health officials are noting a rise of norovirus in Canada, the nasty stomach bug that can cause severe gastrointestinal symptoms.
    Health
    Mar 28
  • Alberta’s flu death toll highest in 15 years as vaccine uptake declines
    According to data from the province's respiratory virus dashboard, 15,215 cases of lab-confirmed influenza cases were recorded this respiratory virus season.
    Health
    Apr 29
  • Bird flu: U.S. CDC to post wastewater data to better track spread in cattle
    The agency is planning to publicly post data on influenza A found in wastewater as soon as Friday that could offer new clues into the outbreak of H5N1 bird flu in cattle herds.
    Health
    May 9
  • Bird flu risks: What to know as the ‘versatile’ virus continues to spread
    As the avian flu, also known as bird flu, continues to spread across the globe, concerns persist regarding its potential risks to human health.
    Health
    Apr 2
  • Raw milk sales are spiking in the U.S. despite bird flu warnings
    Amid a bird flu outbreak in the United States an unexpected trend emerges: sales of the unpasteurized products seem to be on the rise.
    Health
    May 17
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  • Alberta Birds of Prey Centre prepares to welcome visitors this May long weekend
    Staff from the Alberta Birds of Prey Nature Centre were busy on Friday as the facility prepares to welcome visitors over the May long weekend.
    Features
    May 17
  • Can Canada fight wildfires at night? What to know
    While nighttime firefighting operations have been common in both Australia and the United States, Canadian provinces are now looking to expand their own capacity.
    Canada
    May 20
  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers place 2 starters on 6-game injured list and cut 6 players
    Adam Bighill, Jamal Parker, and Noah Hallett were all placed on the six-game injured list by the Bombers on Wednesday.
    Sports
    May 15
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  • Quebec forest fire workers vote for strike mandate as wildfire season looms
    Quebec law requires SOPFEU workers to maintain essential operations during a strike. The forest fire protection service employs about 450 people.
    Environment
    May 10
  • Rogers Centre renovations changed how it plays
    Daulton Varsho loves to go all out when tracking down a fly ball but the new smaller foul areas at Rogers Centre have him being a little more cautious.
    Sports
    May 2
  • Guerrero’s 3 RBIs help Jays rally past Twins 10-8
    As Vladimir Guerrero Jr., came to the plate in the sixth inning the fans at Rogers Centre gave him a standing ovation, already anticipating that he'd be able to drive in the tying run and maybe the go-ahead score.
    Sports
    May 11
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  • Santana’s three-run homer lifts Twins over Jays
    Alek Manoah never lost faith in himself, even as he struggled to find the strike zone through 2023 and started this season on the injured list.
    Sports
    May 12
  • New Roughriders head coach Mace receives standing ovation at ‘State of the Nation’ event
    Fans cheered Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Corey Mace and team leaders at a pre-season 'State of the Nation' event on Saturday. They also asked tough questions.
    Sports
    May 19
  • B.C. helicopter company heads to Alberta for nighttime wildfire training
    The new contract with the Alberta government runs for the next five years, and crews will be hitting the sky on Sunday and headed to Alberta, with training beginning on Monday.
    Fire
    Apr 28
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  • Vancouver Canucks superfan attends every game during playoffs. Yes, every one
    A young Vancouver Canucks fan is taking the title of superfan. Nimarpreet Maheru has attended every Canucks game this playoff run — even the away games.
    Sports
    May 20
  • Fans from all over Canada buy up Moose Jaw Warriors gear during WHL championship
    The last time the Warriors were in the finals was 2006, and with the latest run it has meant big business for those selling jerseys.
    Canada
    May 14
  • Cumberland House, Sask. declares state of emergency as road conditions collapse
    Highway 123 is the only road going in and out of the village of Cumberland House, Sask., located more than 440 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon. They are running out of food.
    Canada
    6 hours
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  • Ohtani visits Toronto with Dodgers for first time since free agency madness
    Shohei Ohtani will play his first game in Toronto on Friday since opting to sign with the Los Angeles Dodgers instead of the Blue Jays.
    Sports
    Apr 26
  • Santana lifts Twins over Blue Jays 3-2
    Yusei Kikuchi wanted to start an important six-game stretch against American League rivals with some of his best pitching.
    Sports
    May 10
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