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    Who stopped inspectors from going in? Depends who you believe - Toronto Sun
    1. Who stopped inspectors from going in? Depends who you believeToronto Sun
    2. Ontario admits to 'staffing crisis' in long-term care homes before COVID-19 pandemic beganCTV News
    3. For-profit companies running troubled long-term care homes will be held accountable, Doug Ford saysNational Post
    4. Ford says he's done 'taking bullets' for union members who wouldn't inspect care homesCBC.ca
    5. Randall Denley: Who really controls Ontario COVID-19 testing and reopening rates? Sadly, not Doug FordNational Post
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    Trump threatens to remove 'shield' protecting social-media giants from liability for online content - The Globe and Mail
    1. Trump threatens to remove 'shield' protecting social-media giants from liability for online contentThe Globe and Mail
    2. Trump signs executive order aimed at social media companiesCBC.ca
    3. Trump signs executive order on social media following spat with TwitterGlobal News
    4. Trump's social media executive order: Is the Tweeter-in-Chief trying to shut himself up?USA TODAY
    5. Trump executive order retaliates against Twitter, but no one is defending free speechUSA TODAY
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    B.C. long-term care homes get extra help to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks - CBC.ca
    1. B.C. long-term care homes get extra help to deal with COVID-19 outbreaksCBC.ca
    2. Major prison outbreak over as B.C. reports 9 new cases of COVID-19Global News
    3. 9 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in B.C. as major prison outbreak declared overCBC.ca
    4. 2 more deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. as health officials announce new outbreakCTV News
    5. B.C. health officials to provide live COVID-19 updateCTV News
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    Quebec reports 74 new COVID-19 deaths, 563 more confirmed cases - CTV News Montreal
    1. Quebec reports 74 new COVID-19 deaths, 563 more confirmed casesCTV News Montreal
    2. COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on ThursdayCBC.ca
    3. Coronavirus updates, May 28: Quebec tops 4,300 deaths; situation 'still difficult' in seniors' residencesMontreal Gazette
    4. Quebecers have to strictly follow COVID-19 guidelines for hospitalizations, deaths to drop: new projectionsCTV News Montreal
    5. Montreal hitting targets in COVID-19 projections but future uncertain: public healthGlobalnews.ca
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    Will Justin Trudeau unveil a four-day work week in Canada? - National Post
    1. Will Justin Trudeau unveil a four-day work week in Canada?National Post
    2. Trudeau co-hosts UN summit on COVID-19 recoveryCBC News
    3. Canada facing series of regional coronavirus epidemics with distinct challenges: TamGlobalnews.ca
    4. Liberal MPs call for national standards for long-term care homesNational Post
    5. The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for May 28CBC.ca
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    Canada treading carefully as China moves to impose Hong Kong security law: experts - Globalnews.ca
    1. Canada treading carefully as China moves to impose Hong Kong security law: expertsGlobalnews.ca
    2. Canada, U.S., UK and allies condemn China's approval of Hong Kong security lawGlobal News
    3. Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from mainland China, U.S. declaresThe Globe and Mail
    4. Opinion: Trapped between China and the U.S., Hong Kong may be over as we know itThe Globe and Mail
    5. LILLEY: Trudeau stands with Beijing over Hong KongToronto Sun
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    Coronavirus outbreak: 383 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, 34 new deaths | FULL - Global News
    1. Coronavirus outbreak: 383 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, 34 new deaths | FULLGlobal News
    2. Ontario needs to be more transparent with COVID-19 data, critics sayCBC.ca
    3. Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on May 28Globalnews.ca
    4. Ontario reports spike in new COVID-19 patients after two days of fewer than 300 casesCTV News
    5. Too early to move to Stage 2: ElliottToronto Sun
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    Police release 'gut-wrenching' video of gunfight after Toronto rapper fatally shot on downtown street - CBC.ca
    1. Police release 'gut-wrenching' video of gunfight after Toronto rapper fatally shot on downtown streetCBC.ca
    2. 'Disgraceful and distasteful': Canadians condemn Toronto Sun front page cover on rapper Houdini's deathYahoo News Canada
    3. 'We had an active gunfight happening on the sidewalk:' Police release video of shooting that claimed life of Toronto rapperCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
    4. Six-year-old boy 'in line of gunfire' as Toronto rapper Houdini killed on downtown sidewalkCTV News
    5. Police release footage of daylight gunfight that killed Toronto rapper HoudiniCTV News
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    Alberta reports 29 cases of COVID-19, 2 deaths | CTV News - CTV News
    1. Alberta reports 29 cases of COVID-19, 2 deaths | CTV NewsCTV News
    2. Alberta records two more COVID-19 deaths, 29 new casesCBC.ca
    3. Alberta NDP mocks UCP for wage subsidy application to 'sugar daddy' TrudeauCBC.ca
    4. Braid: Kenney the odd premier out from pandemic popularity bumpCalgary Herald
    5. What if Jason Kenney is secretly working to undermine Alberta’s oil and gas industry? A conspiracy theory.Maclean's
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    ‘I don’t understand’: Grieving family looks for answers after woman falls 24 storeys from High Park building with police present - Toronto Star
    1. ‘I don’t understand’: Grieving family looks for answers after woman falls 24 storeys from High Park building with police presentToronto Star
    2. Family questions police involvement in woman's fatal fall from balconyCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
    3. Family demands answers after woman falls from balcony after police calledCBC News: The National
    4. Questions swirl about how Toronto woman fell from balcony as family points fingers at policeCBC.ca
    5. Toronto family questions police involvement in woman's fatal fall from balconyCTV News
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    Violent protests over George Floyd death spread beyond Minneapolis - CTV News
    1. Violent protests over George Floyd death spread beyond MinneapolisCTV News
    2. Protesters enter Minneapolis police station, set fires over death of black man in police custodyCBC.ca
    3. Anger, unrest in Minneapolis over death of George FloydCityNews Toronto
    4. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton urge immediate jailing, charges for police in Floyd's deathMinneapolis Star Tribune
    5. Man shot dead during night of protests, looting in MinneapolisCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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    'Pathetic clown': Chinese state-backed media attacks Canada after Meng Wanzhou ruling - National Post
    1. 'Pathetic clown': Chinese state-backed media attacks Canada after Meng Wanzhou rulingNational Post
    2. China can’t afford to retaliate against Canada for Meng Wanzhou decision, experts sayCKNW News Talk 980
    3. Our dismal relationship with China just got a whole lot worseCBC.ca
    4. Western Canada: Judge Heather Holmes in the spotlight as Meng Wanzhou decision nearsThe Globe and Mail
    5. Corbella: Canada's justice trumps China's anger over Huawei caseCalgary Herald
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    Canada does not have to 'justify' the Meng extradition decision, says foreign affairs minister - CBC.ca
    1. Canada does not have to 'justify' the Meng extradition decision, says foreign affairs ministerCBC.ca
    2. Don Martin: China dials the wrong number in calling for Meng's immediate releaseCTV News
    3. Huawei's ambitions for Canada stalled by rift with China, security expert saysCTV News
    4. Opinion: Canada should not cut ties with China, but we need new friends in AsiaThe Globe and Mail
    5. EDITORIAL: Independent judiciary frustrates China's rulersToronto Sun
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    Fears rise of ‘murder hornet' spreading in western Canada after sighting - The Guardian
    1. Fears rise of ‘murder hornet' spreading in western Canada after sightingThe Guardian
    2. Invasive 'murder hornets' found in Langley, B.C., prompting fears for rest of Western CanadaThe Globe and Mail
    3. So-called 'murder hornet' found, squashed by B.C. womanCTV News
    4. The Giant 'Murder Hornet' Resurfaces in Washington and British ColumbiaThe New York Times
    5. Signs warned of 'murder hornets' at a popular Washington hiking spot. But state officials say the signs are fakeCNN
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    Profit falls at TD and CIBC as loan loss provisions soar - CBC.ca
    1. Profit falls at TD and CIBC as loan loss provisions soarCBC.ca
    2. TD Bank Q2 profit cut in half as loan loss provisions hit $3.2 billionBNNBloomberg.ca
    3. Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) Q2 2020 Earnings Call TranscriptMotley Fool
    4. Investors to banks: Show me the money you’re setting aside to cover bad loansFinancial Post
    5. CIBC profit plunges 71% in Q2 as loan loss provisions surgeBNNBloomberg.ca
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    Number of Americans on jobless benefits inches down for 1st time since pandemic began - CBC.ca
    1. Number of Americans on jobless benefits inches down for 1st time since pandemic beganCBC.ca
    2. Coronavirus job losses are hitting these 3 states the hardestYahoo Canada Finance
    3. U.S. weekly jobless claims stay above 2 million despite reopeningsGlobal News
    4. Another 2.1 million file jobless claims, but total unemployed shrinksCNBC
    5. Maine believes increase in unemployment claims tied to fraudYahoo Canada Finance
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    BRP's CEO hopes 'staycations' will boost sales of Sea-Doos and off-road vehicles - Yahoo Canada Finance
    1. BRP's CEO hopes 'staycations' will boost sales of Sea-Doos and off-road vehiclesYahoo Canada Finance
    2. BRP Shuttering the Evinrude BrandWalleyeFIRST
    3. BRP cutting 650 jobs as it exits outboard motor business hit hard by COVID-19Airdrie Today
    4. Ski-Doo maker BRP reports $226-million loss as growth skids in pandemicFinancial Post
    5. 387 jobs lost at BRP's Sturtevant facility; Evinrude production endsJournal Times
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    Irving Oil's Come By Chance refinery purchase a 'building block' to get Western Canadian oil east - Financial Post
    1. Irving Oil's Come By Chance refinery purchase a 'building block' to get Western Canadian oil eastFinancial Post
    2. Irving to buy North Atlantic Refining including refinery in Come By Chance, NLBNNBloomberg.ca
    3. Irving will reopen dormant Come By Chance oil refinery, minister saysCBC.ca
    4. Irving Oil Purchasing North Atlantic Refining Corp.VOCM
    5. Irving Oil and Silverpeak announce acquisition agreement for North Atlantic Refining Corp.BOE Report
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    Now you can buy puzzles of Toronto businesses - NOW MagazineNow you can buy puzzles of Toronto businessesNOW Magazine
    Apple buys Waterloo-based AI startup in effort to improve Siri - MobileSyrup
    1. Apple buys Waterloo-based AI startup in effort to improve SiriMobileSyrup
    2. Apple Buys Canadian Start-Up To Help Improve Machine-Learning And AIBaystreet.ca
    3. Apple Buys Machine-Learning Startup to Improve Data Used in SiriBloomberg
    4. Apple buys tech developed by UW profs to improve SiriTheRecord.com
    5. Apple acquires Canadian machine learning startup InductivSiliconANGLE News
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    TikTok’s Play Store rating back up to 4+ stars after Google removed more than 8 million negative reviews - Android Police
    1. TikTok’s Play Store rating back up to 4+ stars after Google removed more than 8 million negative reviewsAndroid Police
    2. Google deletes millions of poor TikTok reviews from Play StoreThe Star Online
    3. Google faces antitrust case in India over payments app, sources sayFinancial Post
    4. YouTube gameplay videos coming to Google Play Store game listingsMobileSyrup
    5. Google Silently Releases Android Auto in More Countriesautoevolution
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    Distributel permanently waiving data overage charges on its internet plans - MobileSyrupDistributel permanently waiving data overage charges on its internet plansMobileSyrup
    Catherine O'Hara's Hilarious CSA Acceptance Speech - ET Canada
    1. Catherine O'Hara's Hilarious CSA Acceptance SpeechET Canada
    2. Canadian Screen Awards honour departing TV showsCBC.ca
    3. Catherine O’Hara’s Quarantine Acceptance Speech Is GeniusVanity Fair
    4. 'Cardinal,' 'Schitt's Creek' triumph at Canadian Screen AwardsCANOE
    5. Canadian Screen Awards: Winners Announced For Scripted Drama, Comedy CategoriesETCanada.com
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    Tribeca, Toronto Festival Heads Discuss Going Digital Amid Pandemic Impact - Hollywood Reporter
    1. Tribeca, Toronto Festival Heads Discuss Going Digital Amid Pandemic ImpactHollywood Reporter
    2. TIFF still planning some type of physical festival, execs sayCBC.ca
    3. Jane Rosenthal On We Are One: A Global Film Festival, Robert De NiroCBS New York
    4. We Are One: Film Festivals Come Together in Time of CrisisVariety
    5. "We Are One" presents a free global film festival onlineCBS News
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    Grimes Is Selling A Piece Of Her Soul To The Highest Bidder - BuzzFeed
    1. Grimes Is Selling A Piece Of Her Soul To The Highest BidderBuzzFeed
    2. Grimes Is Literally Selling A Part Of Her Soul In An Online Art ShowNarcity Canada
    3. Grimes Is Selling A Piece Of Her Soul At Her Art ShowETCanada.com
    4. Grimes Is Selling a “Fraction of Her Soul” at Online Art ExhibitionPitchfork
    5. Grimes Is Auctioning Off a Piece of Her Soul to the Highest BidderExclaim!
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    Is Disney World Opening Too Soon or Too Late? - The Motley Fool
    1. Is Disney World Opening Too Soon or Too Late?The Motley Fool
    2. Disney, SeaWorld announce plans for Florida parks to reopenMSN Canada
    3. Ottawa residents excited for reopening of Walt Disney World ResortCTV News Ottawa
    4. Reservations, temperature checks & virtual lines: What theme park visits could look like after reopeningWFTV Orlando
    5. Disney reveals reopening plans, dates for US parksGood Morning America
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    Bruins win Presidents' Trophy for 2019-20 season - NHL.com
    1. Bruins win Presidents' Trophy for 2019-20 seasonNHL.com
    2. NHL officially names Draisaitl Art Ross winnerTSN
    3. NHL Awards: Oilers’ Draisaitl captures Art Ross TrophySportsnet.ca
    4. Ovechkin of Capitals, Pastrnak of Bruins win Richard TrophyNHL.com
    5. Boston Bruins: David Pastrnak robbed of historic seasonChowder and Champions
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    Who has the right to be most upset with NHL's 24-team format? - TSN
    1. Who has the right to be most upset with NHL's 24-team format?TSN
    2. Oilers' McDavid, Nurse size up new playoff format ahead of potential Hawks clashCBC.ca
    3. McDavid, Oilers make 'sacrifice' as second-place team in Qualifying RoundNHL.com
    4. 10 reactions to the NHL’s return-to-play plan and draft lotterySportsnet.ca
    5. NHL announce format for Draft Lottery & PlayoffsDie By The Blade
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    'What's The Alternative?' Brian Burke On Teams Voting Against NHL' Return To Play Plan | Tim & Sid - SPORTSNET'What's The Alternative?' Brian Burke On Teams Voting Against NHL' Return To Play Plan | Tim & SidSPORTSNETView Full coverage on Google News
    The Story of Alphonso Davies - From Refugee to Bundesliga Star - Bundesliga
    1. The Story of Alphonso Davies - From Refugee to Bundesliga StarBundesliga
    2. Bundesliga Breakdown: How Alphonso Davies created his goal vs. EintrachtSportsnet.ca
    3. Meep meep! Get your own “Bayern Road Runner” T-shirt!Bavarian Football Works
    4. Bayern Munich's biggest opposition in the Bundesliga is themselves - Jan Aage Fjortoft | ESPN FCESPN UK
    5. Alphonso Davies turning heads, winning over Bayern fans with speed and smartsCBC.ca
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    What private companies could mean for NASA space exploration - WBFO
    1. What private companies could mean for NASA space explorationWBFO
    2. 6 wild things we spotted during SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch attemptSpace.com
    3. SpaceX crowds came in droves despite downpours, tornado warning, pandemicMSN Canada
    4. SpaceX's first astronaut launch from Florida postponed due to weatherCanoe
    5. Hey, SpaceX: We Deserved a Cooler Space SuitGQ
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    Tesla's Musk earns $770M in stock options, company confirms - Medicine Hat NewsTesla's Musk earns $770M in stock options, company confirmsMedicine Hat NewsView Full coverage on Google News
    NASA SpaceX Rocket Launch Postponed to Saturday Due to Weather - NBC New YorkNASA SpaceX Rocket Launch Postponed to Saturday Due to WeatherNBC New York
    Why NASA Wants to Go Back to the Moon - Bloomberg Technology
    1. Why NASA Wants to Go Back to the MoonBloomberg Technology
    2. Elon Musk says SpaceX rocket launch is "a dream come true"CBS This Morning
    3. What SpaceX's historic NASA launch could mean for Elon Musk and TeslaCNBC Television
    4. Austin At Large: Cars That Go “Boom!”: Let's never be desperate enough to hook up with Elon Musk, OK? - NewsAustin Chronicle
    5. Gov. Stitt posts picture of himself with Tesla CEO Elon MuskTulsa World
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    Two more deaths, eight cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa while local resolved rate hits new high - OttawaMatters.com
    1. Two more deaths, eight cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa while local resolved rate hits new highOttawaMatters.com
    2. Salons swallow expenses as they await a reopening dateCTV News
    3. Federal health officials provide COVID-19 update – May 28, 2020cpac
    4. Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada on ThursdayCBC.ca
    5. What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Thursday, May 28CBC.ca
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    3 new coronavirus cases confirmed in New Brunswick connected to health-care professional - Globalnews.ca
    1. 3 new coronavirus cases confirmed in New Brunswick connected to health-care professionalGlobalnews.ca
    2. 3 more Campbellton COVID-19 cases linked to doctor who didn't self-isolateCBC.ca
    3. New Brunswick legislature adjourned as new COVID-19 cases reported in provinceNational Post
    4. N.B. delays reopening after 3 more cases linked to returning health-care workerCTV News
    5. Campbellton's cluster of COVID-19 cases forces legislature to adjournCBC.ca
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    BC's deadliest nursing home outbreak frustrates health officials - The Record (New Westminster)BC's deadliest nursing home outbreak frustrates health officialsThe Record (New Westminster)
    Premier rejects 'offensive' suggestion he's avoiding shooting inquiry, urges Ottawa to take lead - CBC.ca
    1. Premier rejects 'offensive' suggestion he's avoiding shooting inquiry, urges Ottawa to take leadCBC.ca
    2. Restaurants, gyms, spas among N.S. businesses that can reopen June 5CTV News
    3. Nova Scotia hospitals to resume parking fees in JuneGlobalnews.ca
    4. 2 new positive COVID-19 test results bring N.S. to 19 active casesCBC.ca
    5. N.S. reports 2 new COVID-19 cases; northern zone sees 1st new case in over 2 weeksCTV News
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