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Alberta identifies 732 new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate of 7.2%

CALGARY — Alberta identified 732 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. The new cases numbers…
USDA to begin paying off loans of minority farmers in June

USDA to begin paying off loans of minority farmers in June

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Ontario faces pushback for lack of clarity on school reopening

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FUREY: Fewer Canadian kids hospitalized with COVID than previously thought, report shows

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Biden bucks progressives on aid to Israel as cracks appear in Democratic coalition

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California Mayor Accused of Sexual Assault By Ex-‘Teen Mom’ Star Farrah Abraham, Others Resigns

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Joe Borgen, Jewish Man Attacked in Times Square, Says Amount of Hatred Is ‘Mind-Boggling’

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Tribune Publishing’s Employee Unions Condemn Sale of Papers as Putting ‘Profit and Greed Over Local News’

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Unlike AOC, this Bronx House Democrat backs Israel as it’s under fire

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Court lets Dakota Access pipeline stay open, dealing blow to environmentalists

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Great Dane Hailed as Hero For Saving Owner from Venomous Rattlesnake

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Barr slams ‘secular progressive orthodoxy’ in public schools

Former Attorney General William Barr[1] slammed social and educational trends within the nation’s public schools,…

Netflix CEO is largest donor to Gavin Newsom’s recall campaign

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Piers Morgan slams Oprah Winfery for ‘lucrative enabling’ of ‘unhinged’ Prince Harry’s ‘assaults’ on the Royal Family

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Court lets Dakota Access pipeline stay open, dealing blow to environmentalists

The Dakota Access oil pipeline can remain operating while the federal government conducts a new environmental review, a federal district court ruled Friday in a blow to environmental activists who have long fought the project. The ruling is a victory for pipeline operator Energy Transfer, which has faced years of legal challenges attempting to force the shutdown of the project. BIDEN PUNTS ON SHUTTING DOWN DAKOTA ACCESS OIL PIPELINE, ANGERING ENVIRONMENTALISTS[1] Environmental activists and tribal groups scored a victory last year when a federal district court judge rejected a Trump administration environmental permit for the project and ordered a shutdown of the entire pipeline to empty of oil. However, that ruling was later reversed by a federal appeals court, allowing

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FUREY: Fewer Canadian kids hospitalized with COVID than previously thought, report shows

The real number of Canadian kids admitted to hospital because of COVID-19 is much lower than the data previously indicated, according to a new report from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). It’s yet another piece of contextual information that should hopefully tamp down concerns and also serve to help the cause of those medical experts and parents eager to get life back to normal for Canadian kids. “Only 36.6% of pediatric patients hospitalized with COVID-19 were admitted due to an acute respiratory infection,” explains a new report out from PHAC’s Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program (CNISP). The report was quietly released last week. The term nosocomial refers to illnesses that originated within a hospital setting. This

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Great Dane Hailed as Hero For Saving Owner from Venomous Rattlesnake

The old saying goes that dog is man’s best friend, and one Great Dane pup proved that tenfold when she went head-to-head with a venomous snake to protect her owner. The incident occurred in Vandegrift Boulevard, Oceanside, California on Megan Montano’s backyard patio, reported ABC10 News. Montano had stopped at home during her lunch break. Montano knelt down to leash her chihuahua, named Rebel, when she saw her three-year-old Great Dane Mia acting strangely in the yard. Suddenly, she felt Mia rush past her in a clear hurry. “I think she thought it was an intruder and was going to probably push it out,” Montano told ABC10, speaking of the offending snake. “I felt Mia coming in behind me, to

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COVID-19 update for May 21: ‘Fight the FOMO’: Fraser Health to young adults | Poll shows nearly half of B.C. residents skirting travel ban | 357 new cases, three deaths | Parents with vaccine bookings can bring children age 12 to 17 for jab

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Local Health Health Here’s your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. Author of the article: Scott Brown, Tiffany Crawford, Cheryl Chan, David Carrigg Publishing date: May 21, 2021  •  16 minutes ago  •  7 minute read  •  19 Comments The ultrastructural morphology exhibited by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), first detected in Wuhan, China, is seen in an illustration released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. January 29, 2020. Photo by Handout . /via REUTERS Here’s your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for May 21, 2021. We’ll

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Barr slams ‘secular progressive orthodoxy’ in public schools

Former Attorney General William Barr[1] slammed social and educational trends within the nation’s public schools, questioning the prudence and even the constitutionality of funding them with public dollars. Barr, in a Thursday speech accepting the Edwin Meese III Award from religious liberty[2] advocacy firm the Alliance Defending Freedom, said people must reckon with the institutionalization of a “secular progressive orthodoxy” that is hostile to religion and harmful to children. “We’re rapidly approaching the point, if we already haven’t reached the point, at which the heavy-handed enforcement of secular progressive orthodoxy through government-run schools is totally incompatible with traditional Christianity and other major religious traditions in our country,” he said. “I think we have to confront the reality that it may

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Netflix CEO is largest donor to Gavin Newsom’s recall campaign

The cash is streaming in for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall fight. Netflix founder and co-CEO Reed Hastings is Newsom’s largest donor as the governor fights off an impending recall challenge, with the businessman donating $3 million to the Democrat’s campaign, according to Politico[1]. Donations to a candidate for office would normally be subject to campaign finance laws, but Newsom’s effort to prevail in a recall is considered a ballot initiative rather than a candidacy, thus lifting the cap. Other high-profile donors who have cut six-figure checks to Newsom’s cause include billionaires Stewart and Lynda Resnick, 49ers CEO Jed York, law firms, and labor unions. Hastings has contributed to Newsom in the past, giving the California Democrat $58,016 for his initial

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Democrats’ Jan. 6 commission is just a partisan ploy

Granted: The Jan. 6 Capitol riot was a disgrace. That members of a mob forced their way into Congress on the day the Electoral College vote was being certified was despicable. Those who took part or encouraged the march on the Capitol — including former President Donald Trump — deserve the criticism they received; those who broke the law deserve punishment. Yet the Democrats’ drive for a Jan. 6 commission patterned after the one that investigated the 9/11 attacks isn’t the high-minded probe aimed at defending democracy that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims. That’s especially true considering that the House still refuses to launch a commission or even a full-scale probe into the origins of a pandemic that threatened the

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Ontario to expand vaccine eligibility to children as young as 12

Ontario will expand vaccine eligibility to children as young as 12 as of Sunday, more than a week ahead of schedule. The province had previously said that it planned to begin administering the Pfizer vaccine to children between the ages of 12 and 17 during the week of May 31 but in a news release issued late Friday afternoon it confirmed that it was moving that up to Sunday morning. It said that it is making the change at “the request of some public health units to remove barriers for families requesting vaccines.” Children could already receive vaccines at pop-up clinics and in select public health units, including Peel Region, but this marks a much wider expansion of eligibility. It

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Marvel head offers an insincere apology for whitewashing a Tibetan character

Marvel President Kevin Feige claims to regret whitewashing a Tibetan character in one of the studio’s films. You can be forgiven for thinking he’s not sincere. In an interview[1] with Men’s Health magazine, Feige acknowledges it was wrong to cast a white actress, Tilda Swinton, in the role of the Ancient One for Marvel’s 2016 film Doctor Strange. The Ancient One is typically portrayed as a Tibetan character, but Feige said the studio feared that a true representation of the character would contribute to “a bad stereotype.” That’s the same excuse Feige fell back[2] on in 2016, but it’s not the justification that screenwriter C. Robert Cargill gave at the time. Cargill said[3] that they didn’t want to risk losing

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Fraser Health looks to boost young adult COVID-19 vaccination with FOMO campaign

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The authority’s push to get young people vaccinated is being spread on social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Author of the article: The Canadian Press Publishing date: May 21, 2021  •  21 minutes ago  •  1 minute read  •  Join the conversation Dr. Victoria Lee, president and CEO, Fraser Health at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Photo by Francis Georgian /PNG The Fraser Health authority is leveraging the fear of missing out in its campaign aimed at convincing young adults to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Dr. Victoria Lee, the health authority’s CEO, says the campaign was developed with social media influencers and aims to show young people what they might miss out on

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