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A ticket holder in Ontario wins Tuesday's $22 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — A Lotto Max ticket holder in Ontario is $22 million richer. There was a single winning ticket for Tuesday's Lotto Max jackpot. The jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on Jan. 21 will be an estimated $10 million. The Canadian Press

Joly wraps Ukraine trip amid fears of Russian invasion in standoff with West, NATO

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly says Canada has not decided whether it will help arm Ukraine's forces with military hardware after NATO ally Britain said Monday it would supply anti-tank weapons to the eastern European country.
Quebec, Ontario officials express cautious COVID optimism, others brace for the worst

Quebec, Ontario officials express cautious COVID optimism, others brace for the worst

Officials in Quebec and Ontario said they saw signs of hope on Tuesday that the peak of COVID-19 hospitalizations could soon be behind them — despite both provinces setting new admissions records — while other governments braced for new hardships.
Latest research shows Omicron infectious up to 10 days: Tam

Latest research shows Omicron infectious up to 10 days: Tam

OTTAWA — The latest evidence does not show the Omicron variant is contagious for less time than previous versions of the virus that causes COVID-19, chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam said Tuesday.
B.C.'s key Coquihalla Highway reopening to all vehicle traffic after floods

B.C.'s key Coquihalla Highway reopening to all vehicle traffic after floods

VICTORIA — A key highway in British Columbia will reopen to regular vehicle traffic on Wednesday, three months after large parts of it were washed away by record rainfall.
A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Ontario schools are starting to distribute COVID-19 rapid tests and ramp up on-site vaccination clinics as more students head back to class in-person.
A Paxlovid primer: what to know about the new oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19

A Paxlovid primer: what to know about the new oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19

OTTAWA — Health Canada authorized the first at-home, oral treatment for COVID-19 Monday. But what is Paxlovid, how does it work and who can get it? Here are some answers.

Canada to host regional summit to discuss political instability in Haiti

OTTAWA — Canada is hosting a virtual summit of regional leaders to discuss the ongoing unrest in Haiti following last summer's killing of its president. President Jovenel Moise was killed July 7 in a shooting at his house that also injured his wife.
New year, old issues: Enbridge, state of Michigan renew Line 5 hostilities in court

New year, old issues: Enbridge, state of Michigan renew Line 5 hostilities in court

WASHINGTON — Enbridge Inc. and the state of Michigan are renewing their legal hostilities over the future of the controversial Line 5 pipeline — and their latest court battle looks an awful lot like the last one. Attorney General Dana Nessel and Gov.
Tories urged to reconsider compromise on documents about fired scientists

Tories urged to reconsider compromise on documents about fired scientists

OTTAWA — Government House leader Mark Holland is urging the Conservatives to reconsider their rejection of a compromise proposal that would allow MPs to finally see unredacted documents related to the firing of two scientists at Canada's highest-secu