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<b>CANADA:</b> Who do you think should be on the new $5 bill?

CANADA: Who do you think should be on the new $5 bill?

Public consultations will begin soon
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Provincial ombudsman launches probe of Landlord and Tenant Board delays

ONTARIO: Provincial ombudsman launches probe of Landlord and Tenant Board delays

TORONTO — Ontario's ombudsman is launching an investigation into delays at the Landlord and Tenant Board.
<b>WORLD:</b> Intelligence says Iranian missile downed airliner, perhaps by mistake

WORLD: Intelligence says Iranian missile downed airliner, perhaps by mistake

Officials had no immediate information on intent
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Patients of suspended doc say health team left them in the lurch

ONTARIO: Patients of suspended doc say health team left them in the lurch

Two patients of Dr. Paul Malette say they are scrambling to find a new physician after being dropped by City of Lakes Family Health Team
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Still have one of those red and white health cards? Better replace it by July 1

ONTARIO: Still have one of those red and white health cards? Better replace it by July 1

Ontario sets official end date of July 1, 25 years after the province first announced those cards would be phased out
<b>WORLD:</b> Support for Trump in Canada modest but growing, global survey suggests

WORLD: Support for Trump in Canada modest but growing, global survey suggests

The poll took place well before two of the most earth-shaking developments of the Trump presidency: last month's impeachment vote and the U.S. drone strike last week that killed Maj.-Gen. Qassem Soleimani
<b>WORLD:</b> The latest on the Ukrainian plane crash in Iran that killed 176 people, including 63 Canadians

WORLD: The latest on the Ukrainian plane crash in Iran that killed 176 people, including 63 Canadians

The Kyiv-bound plane crashed minutes after takeoff at Tehran's airport on Wednesday morning
<b>CANADA:</b> Bodies placed in odd spots in Ottawa hospitals as morgues overflow

CANADA: Bodies placed in odd spots in Ottawa hospitals as morgues overflow

Provincial auditor Bonnie Lysyk noted that one hospital in the province kept bodies in hallways, or in body bags "sometimes stored side by side or on top of each other in storage spaces" because it had nowhere else to put them
<b>WORLD:</b> Experts say climate change is driving up the risk of wildfires in Canada

WORLD: Experts say climate change is driving up the risk of wildfires in Canada

More than 12.5 million hectares of bushland have burned in Australia since October
<b>CANADA:</b> CRA's tax call centres get a D on business group's report card

CANADA: CRA's tax call centres get a D on business group's report card

The group says overall quality of service was lower and wait times were longer than previous analysis