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A B.C. woman says it’s buyer beware when purchasing from third-party sellers on Amazon after a $30 purchase ended up costing her hundreds of dollars. “I trusted Amazon that they would back their products, but now I’m cautious with what I buy online,” Jennifer Mannella told Global News, Wednesday. The Vancouver woman’s online nightmare began
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Ever since COVID-19 disrupted our lives and made everyday leisure activities almost impossible, it’s been tough to unwind, especially with a larger group of friends and family. It appears there’s now another option for those feeling cooped up. On Friday, Cineplex announced “Private Movie Nights” — a new private screening offering that provides Canadians across
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Two university students have walked 150 kilometres between memorial sites of people who died in this year’s deadly mass shooting in Nova Scotia, turning their journey into a fundraiser for victims’ children. Twenty-year-old Adrian Delli Colli and 19-year-old Ireland Thurler began their walk on Thursday in Portapique, N.S., at a community hall near where the
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Basic information about young people who have used government services in Nunavut isn’t being tracked because of “complacency and a lack of accountability,” says the annual report from the territory’s representative for children and youth. Jane Bates says her 2019-2020 report needed data from government departments to create baseline information on people under 19 that
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A new study indicates some Canadian mothers have taken on the equivalent of nearly two full-time jobs providing child care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using data from COVID19monitor.org, McMaster University researchers tracked the time thousands of Canadian parents spent caring for children before and during the pandemic. Read more: Want a full economic recovery? Childcare
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