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Knightley, who said she's double vaccinated, has been quarantining at home in London, where her husband, musician James Righton, and two daughters, Edie, 6, and Delilah, 2, are positive as well.
A new documentary on Netflix, 14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible, shows the journey expert climber Nirmal "Nims" Purja went through to summit all 14 of the world’s 8,000-meter mountains in only seven months.
Ontario is reviewing measures to protect residents in the wake of a newly discovered COVID-19 variant of concern in the province, chief medical officer of health Dr. Kieran Moore said. Included in that review is the possible acceleration of the province's third dose vaccine strategy, Moore said at a news conference on Monday. "We will be reviewing options and providing them to government in the next few days, and I would anticipate an announcement by the end of this week on an enhanced strategy
OTTAWA — Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 can no longer board a plane or passenger train in Canada, and a negative COVID-19 test won't serve as a substitute for most people. The policy was rolled out Oct. 30, but the federal government allowed a short transition period for unvaccinated travellers who could board as long as they provided a negative molecular COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of their trip. The grace period ended Tuesday and the stringent requirement took full effect a
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says it has intercepted hundreds of suspected fake COVID-19 test results and vaccination records from people trying to enter the country. As of Oct. 31, border officials had encountered 374 suspected falsified COVID-19 test results at ports of entry — 160 at airports and 187 at land crossings — and intercepted 92 suspected fake proof-of-vaccination credentials, a spokesperson for the agency told CBC. The agency did not provide a breakdown of the cases, th
Canadians should experience the fastest drop in gasoline prices in nearly 13 years on Sunday as fears about a virulent new COVID-19 variant are expected to provide a break of 11 cents per litre at the pumps. Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, said the national average price could drop to about $1.32 per litre but begin to rise again midweek. "(Sunday) represents the single largest decrease at the pumps we've seen going back to 2009," he said in an interview. Global crude
Residents in Greece over 60 years old will have to undergo mandatory vaccinations against coronavirus or face monthly 100-euro ($114) fines beginning next year, the prime minister announced Tuesday, declaring the country's first general inoculation mandate. It will take effect on Jan. 16 and the fines will be added to tax bills, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in a televised statement. Vaccination mandates were introduced over the summer for health care workers and fire service rescuers in Greece, with those failing to comply being suspended from their jobs indefinitely without pay.
Hundreds of women may have been victimized as teens by a Calgary teacher who died by suicide after he was charged with sexual offences against former students, according to lawyers who launched $40-million lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed in Calgary, is a proposed class action against the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Michael Gregory's estate. Gregory was a teacher at John Ware Junior High from 1986 to 2006. There, he was known as "the cool teacher," according to Eryn MacKenzie, who says she w
The RNLI says it has reported the alleged incident in Hastings to police.
Poor sleep in the over 50s has been linked to more negative perceptions of ageing, which in turn can impact physical, mental and cognitive health.
ReutersA German court on Tuesday sentenced a former Islamic State follower to life behind bars for the brutal 2015 killing of a young Yazidi girl who was chained up and left to die slowly in the scorching hot sun.The man, a 29-year-old Iraqi citizen identified only as Taha Al-J, was found guilty of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity for his role in the terror group’s slaughter of the Yazidi religious community in northern Iraq. According to Agence France-Presse, he passed out in t
LOS ANGELES — About 49% of pre-pandemic moviegoers are no longer buying tickets. Some of them, roughly 8%, have likely been lost forever. To win back the rest, multiplex owners must “urgently” rethink pricing and customer perks in addition to focusing on coronavirus safety. Those were some of the takeaways from a new study on the state of the American movie theater business, which was troubled before the pandemic — attendance declining, streaming services proliferating — and has struggled to reb
The lefty dominated for the Blue Jays after solving walk problems, and now will look to help Seattle break a playoff drought.
College football has long been a theatre of the absurd, but there's never been a 24 hours quite like this.
More A-list celeb offspring including Natalia Bryant and Beyoncé's daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi star in Ivy Park's Holiday 2021 campaign
The reality TV star-turned-entrepreneur will be honored for her “keen fashion sense, unprecedented entrepreneurial success and single-handedly transforming the fashion industry.”
Patients mostly suffered from mild muscle aches, scratchy throat and dry cough
An Alabama woman who says she was falsely arrested for shoplifting at a Walmart and then threatened by the company after her case was dismissed has been awarded $2.1 million in damages. A Mobile County jury on Monday ruled in favor of Lesleigh Nurse of Semmes, news outlets reported. Nurse said in a lawsuit that she was stopped in November 2016 when trying to leave a Walmart with groceries she said she already paid for, according to AL.com.
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Recent rainfall has increased the risk of more flooding in Abbotsford, B.C. The threats are compounded by the Nooksack River in the U.S. breaching its banks and run off from recent snowfall.