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Two blasts in the capital of Beirut killed over 100 people and left thousands more injured.
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Development Canada says $1.5 million will be going to the Lebanese Red Cross via the Canadian Red Cross Society.
More than three times the official number of infected people have contracted COVID-19 in Quebec, according to a new study.
Montreal's Lebanese community is mourning.
On this edition: Canada's preorder plan for COVID-19 vaccines, and the mystery seed scam coming to your mailbox.
Officials warn they are running out of bamboo — and time.
U.S. companies Pfizer and Moderna will produce millions of doses.
"Brushing" could be part of a bigger identity fraud ring, experts say.
With just five weeks to a new school year, many parents are scrambling to create new arrangements
Officer Ghyslain Lavoie was suspended without pay for three days.
Almost 100 of the province's long-term care homes were negligent in their pandemic response, the lawsuit alleges.

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