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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province set to introduce legislation to invoke notwithstanding clause

ONTARIO: Province set to introduce legislation to invoke notwithstanding clause

The proposed legislation would allow the governing Progressive Conservatives to restore changes to election finance law that a judge declared unconstitutional this week
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario to update projections, vaccination rollout update ahead of reopening

COVID-19: Ontario to update projections, vaccination rollout update ahead of reopening

New COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations have dropped in recent weeks and the province is moving ahead with the first step of its reopening plan a few days early
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Judge rules against third-party campaign finance rules

ONTARIO: Judge rules against third-party campaign finance rules

Justice Edward Morgan's judgment declared the sections of the Election Finances Act involved in the court challenge to be no longer in force
<b>CANADA:</b> London attack comes amid federal government inaction on Islamophobia, expert says

CANADA: London attack comes amid federal government inaction on Islamophobia, expert says

Wilfrid Laurier prof says the attack that left four members of a Muslim family dead is another episode in a series of attacks that targeted Muslim Canadians across the country in the last few years amid lack of concerted government action to tackle the rise in Islamophobia
<b>COVID-19:</b> Pandemic has created regional tourism hotspots as big cities suffer

COVID-19: Pandemic has created regional tourism hotspots as big cities suffer

With the next travel season upon us, governments can use various strategies tailored to the geographical trends of COVID-19 tourism
<b>OPINION:</b> The argument in favour of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for children

OPINION: The argument in favour of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for children

Researchers offer philosophical, ethical arguments in favour of mandatory COVID vaccines for kids
<b>CANADA:</b> Indigenous leaders frustrated after Pope passes on apology for residential schools

CANADA: Indigenous leaders frustrated after Pope passes on apology for residential schools

Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, says an apology would not only recognize the harms caused by residential schools, but would also be a sign of respect and the first step toward healing
<b>CANADA:</b> Motion passes urging feds drop court actions on rulings regarding First Nations kids

CANADA: Motion passes urging feds drop court actions on rulings regarding First Nations kids

Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, demanded that Ottawa "stop further pain against children and do the right thing"
<b>CANADA:</b> Trudeau says government looking at plan for return of international tourists

CANADA: Trudeau says government looking at plan for return of international tourists

Trudeau says anyone coming to Canada needs to be fully vaccinated before arriving because the country can't risk another wave of COVID-19
<b>CANADA:</b> Revisions to Broadcasting Act won't cover online porn, heritage minister says

CANADA: Revisions to Broadcasting Act won't cover online porn, heritage minister says

Guilbeault told the House of Commons ethics committee that a new regulator will handle child pornography and non-consensual material, but that Bill C-10 will steer clear of content moderation, including for porn