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La famille royale a annoncé ce 9 avril que le Duc d'Édimbourd et mari de la Reine Élizabeth II, le prince Philip, est décédé

La nouvelle a été partagée via les réseaux sociaux, indiquant que l'homme de 99 ans est « décédé paisiblement ce matin au château de Windsor ».

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Way back in March 2020, Justin Trudeau delivered the first of many COVID-19 press conferences in Canada. 

Around one year later, the prime minister continues to share updates about the ongoing pandemic from Ottawa.

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The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) wrapped up a weekend of speakers and election teases on Sunday, but some social media users noticed something about the stage that just didn't sit right.

After further analysis, it seems the stage resembled an old symbol used by the Nazis during World War 2, and now some are looking for answers as to whether or not it was on purpose or a simple coincidence.

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It seems even the Prime Minister can't resist a meme-able moment! Justin Trudeau's Bernie Sanders meme is part of the viral trend right now and he's using it as a warning to Canadians.

In the post on January 23rd, the PM posted a picture of the US politician sitting in his iconic inauguration pose on the porch of Rideau Cottage while Trudeau gives a press conference. 

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Plenty of British Columbians have grown used to Dr. Bonnie Henry's calm and comforting presence over the course of B.C.'s COVID-19 pandemic, but she was nearly overwhelmed by emotion in her most recent press conference.

Talking to reporters on Tuesday, Dr. Henry noticeably choked up when she announced that 74 people had died of COVID-19 in B.C. over the last five days.

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