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Canadian dairy farmers seek second milk price hike this year, citing rising costs

Brett Bundale, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, June 4, 2022 2:04PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, June 4, 2022 5:43PM EDT Milk prices in Canada could be going up for the second time in a year following a rare request by Dairy Farmers of Canada for a mid-year price hike due to inflation. Canadian dairy farmers …

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Dairy Farmers of Canada seeks second milk price hike this year, citing inflation

Milk prices in Canada could be going up for the second time in a year following a rare request by Dairy Farmers of Canada for a mid-year price hike due to inflation. The industry lobby group says Canadian dairy farmers are grappling with never-before-seen price increases on goods and services they need to produce milk. …

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COVID data void in Canada could hamper understanding of lingering impact: experts

A lack of data tracking Canadians who have had COVID-19 could hinder efforts to understand potential post-infection conditions, such as diabetes and brain fog, experts have warned. They say the impact of the pandemic on Canadian health systems and society could linger for years but preparing for this is challenged by the data void. Dr. …

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‘Trying to make something beautiful,’ the long road to hope after tragedy in London

Saboor Khan hopes to find some solace this weekend when he helps realize his best friend’s dreams of a community space for children to laugh and play in. Khan and Salman Afzaal were kindred spirits, often talking about the changing needs of the Muslim community in London, Ont. The men and their wives were close, …

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Independent challenger Bobbi Ann Brady ends PCs’ long hold on southern Ontario riding

Allison Jones, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, June 4, 2022 11:18AM EDT Last Updated Saturday, June 4, 2022 11:18AM EDT One of Ontario’s newest elected representatives has a wealth of political experience, is a kickboxing champion on the side, and gets a lot of her best thinking done on her riding lawn mower. Meet Bobbi …

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As gas prices spike, Montreal’s bike culture seen as model for rest of the country

Montrealer Olivia Collette sold her car in 2016 and hasn’t looked back. Collette, a communications consultant living in central Montreal, said getting around using a bicycle, a car-sharing service or a transit pass has not only saved her money, it’s often more enjoyable. “When it’s sunny and warm, it’s really pleasant,” Collette said of her …

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Jurors in Hoggard trial review testimony after telling court they’re deadlocked

Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press Published Friday, June 3, 2022 3:48PM EDT Last Updated Friday, June 3, 2022 7:20PM EDT TORONTO – Jurors in the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard began reviewing hours of testimony Friday evening after telling the court they were still deadlocked. The jury initially indicated it was deadlocked …

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Two teens charged after crashing a stolen vehicle into a bus shelter while fleeing from police in Whitby

Two 16-year-old boys are facing a long list of charges after crashing a stolen vehicle into a bus shelter while fleeing from police in Whitby on Thursday afternoon. Police were initially called to Pringle Creek Plaza on Anderson Street at around 2:25 pm for reports of a suspicious vehicle with three masked males inside. Police …

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