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Feist and a "Barenaked Ladies" member are also criticizing how homeless communities are being treated.
The prime minister was asked to share his two cents about universal basic income.
The Conservative leader blamed Liberals for causing anxiety and uncertainty.
Ontario and Quebec were initially the hardest hit provinces in the country.

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On this edition: The prairie provinces are on COVID-19 fire, and Quebec cancels Christmas.
The negotiations do not appear to be part of a larger deal with Huawei, which was hit with additional charges in the case in February.
“With the numbers we have, it’s unrealistic to think we’ll be able to change the situation in time for Christmas," Francois Legault said.
On this edition: Breaking down the mandatory vaccine debate.
Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde said the bill is not perfect and that he is concerned the deadline for completing the action plan is too far away.
Brian Pallister begged Manitobans to follow the rules, even if they don’t like him.
Other jurisdictions in Europe and the U.S. are well ahead of Canada in preparing for climate disruption, the report says.
"It's just the situation is bringing the worst out of [people], really."
Calgary's housing boom amid an oil price crash is "a bit surprising," the local real estate board admits.
Gen. Jonathan Vance says Canada is "as well poised as any country" to handle the distribution.

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