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Your questions answered: Should I wear a mask if I’ve already had COVID?

Your questions answered: Should I wear a mask if I’ve already had COVID?

This story idea came from audience members, like you, who got in touch with us. Send us your questions about COVID-19 and masking. We are listening: ask@cbc.ca As Canadians look ahead to summer vacation plans with friends and family, there are still lingering questions about which safety precautions are necessary …

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Ukrainians ‘begin again’ in Manitoba as hundreds of newcomers navigate settlement support system

Ukrainians ‘begin again’ in Manitoba as hundreds of newcomers navigate settlement support system

More than 300 Ukrainians who arrived in Winnipeg on Monday are now setting off on the complex — if not more streamlined than usual — process of settling in after fleeing their homes amid the ongoing Russian invasion. Nic Krawetz, a volunteer with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, has spent weeks helping Ukrainian newcomers adjust …

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What’s a derecho and why is it so destructive? The science behind this powerful storm

What’s a derecho and why is it so destructive? The science behind this powerful storm

When Canadian tornado expert David Sills studied the forecast on Saturday morning, he never expected the line of storms headed for Windsor, Ont., would soon strengthen into Canada’s first derecho in decades, wreaking havoc across southern Ontario and Quebec.  Sills, who is the executive director of the Northern Tornadoes Project …

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Where has Doug Ford been during Ottawa emergencies? Someplace else

Where has Doug Ford been during Ottawa emergencies? Someplace else

With just about a week left until election day, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford was supposed to make his first — and presumably only — campaign stop in Ottawa on Thursday.  But after a devastating storm ripped through the capital and the surrounding areas in eastern Ontario, Ford’s Ottawa trip …

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Conservative leadership candidates gather in Quebec for final debate of the race

Conservative leadership candidates gather in Quebec for final debate of the race

Conservative leadership candidates will gather tonight for the final official debate of the race — a French-language contest that will challenge the candidates’ languages skills as they fight for the top job. Tonight’s debate in Laval, Que. is the last campaign event where candidates will have a chance to convince would-be voters to …

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To understand Ottawa’s use of the Emergencies Act, we need to know what cabinet knew

To understand Ottawa’s use of the Emergencies Act, we need to know what cabinet knew

Attempts to follow the threads that led to the federal government’s historic invocation of the Emergencies Act in February have come upon a knot — the question of who, if anyone, provided the advice that led the government to declare an emergency. Unravelling that knot is vital to understanding how the …

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Working to save an urban forest gave me back my confidence

Working to save an urban forest gave me back my confidence

This First Person article is the experience of Brigitte Watson, a resident of Pointe-Claire in Montreal’s West Island. For more information about CBC’s First Person stories, please see the FAQ. I stood on the street corner — my first Saturday protest at the Fairview forest — filled with dread. Would …

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How one stone gave a Halifax-area park heritage status

How one stone gave a Halifax-area park heritage status

A hulking, rocking chunk of granite that’s been attracting visitors for two centuries and is rumoured to have caught the attention of royalty has had its historical importance to the Halifax area set in stone. The Halifax Regional Municipality awarded heritage status last week to the Rocking Stone and the surrounding Kidston Lake Park in …

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Russia launches fresh offensive, wants sanctions relief to free up Ukraine food supply routes

Russia launches fresh offensive, wants sanctions relief to free up Ukraine food supply routes

Russian forces launched offensives on towns in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, with constant mortar bombardment destroying several houses and killing civilians, Ukrainian officials said, as Russia focuses its attack on the industrial Donbas region. Russia has been focused on attempting to seize the separatist-claimed Donbas’s two provinces, Donetsk and Luhansk, …

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यासीन मलिक को पाकिस्तानी सपोर्ट:शाहिद अफरीदी बोले- मलिक पर आरोप मनमाने लगे; इमरान ने कहा- ये फासीवादी सियासत

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