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Tim Hortons is scrapping Roll Up The Rim cups due to the coronavirus

Tim Hortons is scrapping Roll Up The Rim cups due to the coronavirus

TORONTO — Tim Hortons says it is getting rid of Roll Up The Rim cups due to the novel coronavirus and is moving much of the annual contest to its app.
Steven Del Duca wins Ontario Liberal leadership

Steven Del Duca wins Ontario Liberal leadership

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Ontario's Liberals crowned Steven Del Duca as their new leader Saturday and with one campaign behind him he is turning his mind to the next.

B.C. announces 6 new cases of COVID-19, declares outbreak at long-term care home

VANCOUVER — British Columbia declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care home in North Vancouver after two residents were diagnosed with the virus on Saturday. Provincial Health Officer Dr.

Coronavirus could pose telecommuting hurdles like isolated, unproductive workers

MONTREAL — Experts say the novel coronavirus could force millions of people across the globe to work from home, posing potential challenges and benefits.
Canada funds development of COVID-19 'lab-in-a-box'

Canada funds development of COVID-19 'lab-in-a-box'

OTTAWA — Canadian researchers are developing a "lab-in-a-box" that could make it cheaper and faster to diagnose cases of the novel coronavirus, particularly in remote areas of the world.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $30 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $30 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Mar. 10 will grow to approximately $40 million. The Canadian Press

Report highlights racism faced by Indigenous students

"And whereas not everyone answered every numbered question, every one of them, 111, wrote me some story about their experiences of racism. And those were shocking," she said. "The first time I read through them all it was a lot to take.
Man guilty of murder, aggravated assault in B.C. high school stabbings

Man guilty of murder, aggravated assault in B.C. high school stabbings

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A judge who found a man guilty of second-degree murder and aggravated assault in an attack on two B.C.
Canada's top doctor says country ready with co-ordinated response to COVID-19

Canada's top doctor says country ready with co-ordinated response to COVID-19

OTTAWA — A Canadian patient newly diagnosed with COVID-19 recently travelled to Las Vegas and used public transit in Toronto for several days before he was tested for the virus, says the Toronto public health authority.
Coronavirus may force government to ditch balanced-budget plan: Alberta premier

Coronavirus may force government to ditch balanced-budget plan: Alberta premier

EDMONTON — Premier Jason Kenney says the novel coronavirus outbreak is hammering Alberta's economy and may force his government to abandon its core election promise to balance the books by 2023.