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COVID-19: Have unpaid COVID fines? ICBC may not renew your driver's licence or insurance

Vaughn Palmer: Bet on B.C. NDP making employers pay for permanent sick leave scheme

Health authorities release neighbourhood-level COVID-19 data for the first time

Recent headlines are a reassuring sign that vaccine safety surveillance is doing its job. C9R81sXxMW — via @healthing_ca 

Updated: B.C. health officials announce there have been 600 new COVID-19 cases and one related death in the province over the past 24 hours.

Cardboard Project’s messages make ‘human connection’ amid pandemic in Downtown Eastside

Study calls for co-ordinated effort to stem run-off toxic to salmon

A majority of pastors disagreed that cannabis should be legalized for any purpose. Ey1CvANkEs — via @TheGrowthOp 

Bodies found near Penticton not related to major manhunt: RCMP

I have a class this term — not as an instructor, but as a student! 📚 Enrolled in my first post-secondary course in <many> years and first at @UofT . Grateful to @UofTMississauga  for making professional development and lifelong education a priority for staffe @UofTLearnMores . Photo📸: SCS

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Scoops of the Day

WATCH as the Iron Dome Aerial Defense System intercepts rockets over southern Israel:

NEW Rep Liz Cheney, who was just ousted from leadership, just said: "We cannot both embrace the big lie and embrace the Constitution. ... I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval office."

It's been a difficult night for us, exhausted after spending hours in bomb shelters, but waking up to so many messages of support from you guys helps. Thank you ♥️.

Our fighter jets, with the ISA, neutralized key figures of Hamas' intelligence: Hassan Kaogi, head of the Hamas military intelligence security department & his deputy Wail Issa, head of the military intelligence counterespionage department. Looks like our intel was better.

"The Sakura," a purple-pink 15.81 carat diamond, could fetch up to $38 million when it goes on sale in Hong Kong next week

Rep. Cheney told fellow House Republicans before the closed-door vote: “We cannot let the former president drag us backward and make us complicit in his efforts to unravel our democracy. Down that path lies our destruction, and potentially the destruction of our country.”

A leaked report published in the Australian press indicates China’s PLA was working on using corona virus as a bilological weapon for years.

In 2016, Carlo Montehermozo asked President Duterte what he would do so fishermen could do their jobs peacefully in the West Philippine Sea. He now feels deceived after Duterte said Monday that his campaign statement to ride a jet ski to the disputed waters was a joke.

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Scoops of the Week

It took two years, but the House has finally reached an agreement for MCGAHN to testify about what he told Mueller. Terms of the deal are unclear except for one: “Former President Trump … is not a party to the agreement.”

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Just a reminder the Israeli-Palestinian conflict doesn’t begin when western media decide to start covering it? Don’t forget the pretext and the context to understanding what is happening tonight. #gaza  #Jerusalem  #SheikhJarrah  #israel  #Palestine 

Dozens of Ontario nursing home patients died of dehydration and neglect not COVID-19, military reports find, via @kahowlett ⁩ #onpoli 

The latest Israel-Palestine crisis isn't a 'real estate dispute.' It's ethnic cleansing. via @MSNBC  @HayesBrown 

Calgary mayor says anti-mask rallies are ‘thinly veiled white nationalist’ protests

BREAKING: DOH confirms that COVID-19 B.1.617 variant, which was first detected in India, is now in the Philippines. | via @_katrinadomingo 

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"For no logical reason, the Israeli police are moving in and, in a very blunt way, controlling, as they say, the crowd - a crowd which doesn't, as far as we've seen, need any control" @Stone_SkyNews  has the latest on the situation in JerusalemRead more

Every red dot marks sirens in Israel over the last 30 minutes: Israel is under attack.

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"Myanmar poet Khet Thi, whose works declare resistance to the military junta, died in detention overnight" after interrogation. "They shoot in the head, but they don't know the revolution is in the heart," he wrote. Photo @IrrawaddyNews 

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Opinion: The biggest threat to America is the Republican break with reality

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