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<b>CANADA:</b> Economy adds 30,300 jobs in February

CANADA: Economy adds 30,300 jobs in February

Unemployment rate 5.6 per cent
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Here's what kind of homes millennials are on the market for

ONTARIO: Here's what kind of homes millennials are on the market for

Ontario’s millennial, first-time buyers want detached, semi, and townhomes, according to latest survey
<b>WORLD:</b> 235 Canadians on cruise ship held for COVID-19 testing off California coast

WORLD: 235 Canadians on cruise ship held for COVID-19 testing off California coast

Global Affairs Canada says there are no confirmed cases of the new coronavirus on the ship
Coronavirus concerns keeping OHL teams on alert

Coronavirus concerns keeping OHL teams on alert

The league has sent out a number of advisories to teams on precautions to take
<b>WORLD:</b> Canada spearheading effort to better protect airborne passenger flights

WORLD: Canada spearheading effort to better protect airborne passenger flights

Garneau said in the wake of the Jan. 8 tragedy in Iran, Canada has already issued two notices for airlines to avoid Libyan and Syrian airspace
<b>CANADA:</b> Every season can be tick season, vet association says

CANADA: Every season can be tick season, vet association says

The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says ticks are expanding into many areas of Canada where they weren’t previously found
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Paramedics warn of ambulance delays and increasing call volumes

ONTARIO: Paramedics warn of ambulance delays and increasing call volumes

CUPE is calling for more funding to address the situation
<b>CANADA:</b> Shed handshakes for smiles and foot taps to avoid COVID-19 risk, doctor suggests

CANADA: Shed handshakes for smiles and foot taps to avoid COVID-19 risk, doctor suggests

<b>ONTARIO:</b> Exploratory talks between high school teachers' union and government break off

ONTARIO: Exploratory talks between high school teachers' union and government break off

Lecce says he's 'disappointed' that talks broke down
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province backs down on class sizes, e-learning in teacher negotiations

ONTARIO: Province backs down on class sizes, e-learning in teacher negotiations

This decision comes in the midst of a contentious round of bargaining between the provincial government and the teachers' unions