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  2. More than a 100,000 Russians answered the call of imprisoned anti-corruption crusader Alexei Navalny to take to the streets over the weekend. The scope of the unrest suggests opposition to President Vladimir Putin is on the rise, writes Chris Brown. View the full article
  3. Northwestern Ontario Sen. Lynn Beyak, who came under fire for arguing that the country's residential school system was "well-intentioned" and for posting letters with derogatory comments against Indigenous people on her website, has announced her retirement. View the full article
  4. Washiiyeh Jeannotte, a member of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, is hoping to inspire other Indigenous youth by providing a glimpse into his backyard rink practices via TikTok. View the full article
  5. Shares in Canadian technology company BlackBerry are changing hands at their highest level in almost a decade on Monday, as investor enthusiasm for the once high-flying stock has mysteriously returned. View the full article
  6. Dominion Voting Systems filed a $1.3 billion US lawsuit against former U.S. president Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, accusing him of defamation in what it called his "big lie" campaign about widespread fraud in the presidential election, court documents on Monday showed. View the full article
  7. Sarah Sanders, the former chief spokesperson for U.S. president Donald Trump and one of his closest aides, announced Monday she's running for Arkansas governor, vying for political office even as the former president's legacy is clouded by an impeachment charge. View the full article
  8. Earth's ice is melting 60 per cent faster today than in the mid-1990s, new research suggests. View the full article
  9. The federal government's handling of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign is set to dominate the agenda when Parliament resumes today. View the full article
  10. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is stepping up efforts to track coronavirus mutations and keep vaccines and treatments effective against new variants until collective immunity is reached, the agency's chief said on Sunday. View the full article
  11. William Joseph "Bill" Hireen, a proud veteran and fixture at Abbotsford, B.C., city council meetings, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in December. His battle lasted two weeks until his death on New Year's Eve. He was 93 years old. View the full article
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  13. Monday marks one year since the first case of the virus that causes COVID-19 was confirmed in Canada. While many of the lessons learned from the early days of the global pandemic are being applied to the second wave, concerns remain about inadequate protections in long-term care homes. View the full article
  14. Doctors applaud the start of rapid test use in long-term care homes but say the tests should also be used as part of the safe reopening of schools in high community transmission areas. View the full article
  15. It's been a roller-coaster ride for many of us during Canada's first year of the coronavirus pandemic from the first lockdown to the arrival of vaccines. View the full article
  16. 'Net zero' is a popular goal these days for those looking to reduce their carbon footprint, usually with a timeline decades in the future. Now, a pair of Alberta companies claim they're using carbon capture technology to reach "negative" emissions by storing more CO2 underground than their operations produce. View the full article
  17. As Canadians, we shouldn't be so naive as to believe that what was seen in the viral video of the confrontation in a New York City hotel was unique to our neighbour to the south, writes Phillip Dwight Morgan. View the full article
  18. A team of international astronomers has discovered that a previously known planet is part of a group of exoplanets referred to as "super puffs," and it is teaching us that we still have a lot to learn about planetary formation. View the full article
  19. Can you tell the difference? Pot-laced edibles made to look like children's candy are leading to a spike in poisonings, raising questions about why the illegal websites are allowed to sell them. View the full article
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  22. QAnon believers are in turmoil. For years the baseless, wide-ranging conspiracy theory has gained steam, making serious inroads in Canada after exploding in the United States. QAnon believers think a blood-thirsty, child-trafficking cabal is running the world and that Donald Trump will bring justice through a day of reckoning known as “The Storm”. But now, following Joe Biden’s inauguration, many QAnon followers are devastated and disillusioned — while others are doubling-down. Today on Front Burner, Daily Beast politics reporter Will Sommer joins us to discuss what might happen to QAnon and i
  23. A long-term care home in Barrie, Ont. becomes an alarming example of the dangers of coronavirus variants, behind the scenes of Trump’s COVID-19 task force, and a N.B boy’s homemade Zamboni gets the NHL's attention. View the full article
  24. The infection in a 56-year-old woman who returned to New Zealand on Dec. 30 was of a coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa, the COVID-19 response minister Chris Hipkins said during a news conference. View the full article
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  26. A growing number of Republican senators say they oppose holding an impeachment trial, a sign of the dimming chances that former U.S. president Donald Trump will be convicted on the charge that he incited a siege of the U.S. Capitol. View the full article
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