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Ex-colleague of Ontario doctor Brian Nadler shocked to learn of murder charge

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An ex-colleague of Brian Nadler, the Ontario doctor charged with murder in connection with suspicious deaths at a hospital, described him as compassionate but said he had a tendency to argue with other physicians.

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Roncy restaurateurs feel ‘left behind’ as they struggle to secure CaféTO patio spaces

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After a long winter, David Neinstein’s hope for a successful patio season came to a grinding halt after his CafeTO application was denied. And he’s not alone. A number of other restaurants on the Roncesvalles strip are also struggling to nail down outdoor dining space.

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After a long winter, David Neinstein’s hope for a successful patio season came to a grinding halt after his CafeTO application was denied. And he’s not alone. A number of other restaurants on the Roncesvalles strip are also struggling to nail down outdoor dining space.


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Parents juggle Wi-Fi woes, time crunches and constant change this school year

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The pandemic’s third wave continues to disrupt learning and upend classrooms from kindergarten through Grade 12 across the country. CBC News spoke with three parents to get a snapshot of what schooling is like for their families at the moment.

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The pandemic’s third wave continues to disrupt learning and upend classrooms from kindergarten through Grade 12 across the country. CBC News spoke with three parents to get a snapshot of what schooling is like for their families at the moment.


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‘More people are catching on’: Travellers using U.S.-Canada land border to avoid quarantine hotels

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In an effort to avoid the mandatory three-day stay at a quarantine hotel, some Canadians are flying into cities near the U.S.-Canada border and crossing by foot, taxi or limousine to return home. CBC News spoke to some of them at the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ont., and the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie,…

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In an effort to avoid the mandatory three-day stay at a quarantine hotel, some Canadians are flying into cities near the U.S.-Canada border and crossing by foot, taxi or limousine to return home. CBC News spoke to some of them at the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ont., and the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie, Ont.


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