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Saskatchewan ICU visits, discharges lower first year of COVID than pre-pandemic: Report

For fiscal year 2019-2020, non-COVID inpatient discharges and ICU visits were higher than the combined COVID and non-COVID discharges and visits the following fiscal year.

Victoria 'freedom rally' opposes 'politicization of science' amid ongoing pandemic

A large number of residents demanding the province to end its vaccine and mask mandates, as well as other COVID restrictions, gathered on the grounds of the BC Legislature.

School shooter who targeted 'transphobic' classmates sentenced to life in prison

"So what you do the rest of your life in prison, that's not on me. It's on you," the judge told Erickson.

REVEALED: Designer of AOC's 'Tax the Rich' dress owes tax debt in multiple states

It appears that what the fashion designer called a "powerful message" to the public is not one she's very keen on practicing in her personal life.

Women's organizations across Canada protest housing of biological male offenders in women's prisons

A coalition of nine Canadian grassroots women's organizations is leading a national protest at five federal prisons for women to demand that these offenders be sent back to the men's prisons from where they were transferred.

Gabby Petito's family says fiance is 'not missing, he is hiding'

Laundrie and Petito, 22, left in July on a cross-country trek in a converted van to visit national parks across the western states. Laundrie has been identified as a person of interest in the "multiple missing person" case.

Capitol Police reportedly detain undercover cop at rally for Jan. 6 'political prisoners'

"Are you undercover?" the Capitol Police officers asked the masked man about to be detained who handed over what appeared to be a law enforcement badge, according to footage captured by documentarian Ford Fischer.

Advocacy group for sexual misconduct survivors receives 'no answers' from federal leaders

The founder of an advocacy group for survivors of sexual misconduct is speaking out after prominent party leaders dodged questions on their commitments to addressing issues of assault and harassment in the workplace.

Conservative leader Erin O'Toole receives endorsement from retired Vice-Admiral Mark Norman

Norman says, "we need to choose a leader of substance, a leader who will face these challenges with courage, integrity, reason and a solid plan for what's in the best long-term interest of this country."

BC businesses defy province's proof of vaccination program

After BC launched its "vaccine passport" program for a myriad of "non-essential" services, several businesses defied the public health order requiring them to check customers for proof of vaccination.

Trudeau hints at electoral reform if re-elected

Trudeau first raised the possibility of electoral reform in 2015, promising it would be the last to use the first-past-the-post method — a promise he ended up breaking.

Rep. Darrell Issa coordinates successful rescue of stranded pregnant US citizen from Afghanistan

A pregnant US citizen and resident of California, known to the public only by her first name of Nasria, has managed to leave Afghanistan and is on her way back to the US as of Friday.

NFL receiver Cole Beasley gives unvaccinated fan free tickets to away game

Hauquitz says Beasley is working on getting him tickets to the October 10 game in Kansas City. Beasley previously said it is his "personal choice" not to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

'No disciplinary action expected' after US drone strike that killed children, innocent civilians: source

It's reported that no disciplinary action is expected over a grave error made by the US military after a drone strike in Afghanistan killed 10 civilians, seven of them being children.

Trudeau Liberals drop second Ontario candidate over past sexual assault charge

After dodging questions about Spadina-Fort York candidate Kevin Vuong, the Trudeau Liberals announced Saturday morning they asked him to "pause" his campaign over a past sexual assault charge.