Ryan Reynolds, Catherine O'Hara brought to tears during song tributes for their Governor General's awards

Canadian actors Ryan Reynolds and Catherine O'Hara were honoured with the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards on Friday and received touching song tributes during the ceremony that prompted both tears and laughter.
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Montreal weather: And now, the great dig-out
Snow-removal operations began at 7 a.m. Tuesday, the second operation of the season.
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Major delays continue across Highway 401 in Toronto day after massive snow storm
Ontario Provincial Police officers are calling it an 'Ontario storm hangover' as delays and traffic were reported across major Toronto-area highways early Tuesday.
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Pfizer’s Paxlovid pill not a replacement for COVID-19 vaccine, officials say
Pfizer's Paxlovid pill uses a combination of two antiviral drugs to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from replicating once it has infected a patient.
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Toronto police investigating homicide in Etobicoke
Police said they were called to Rexdale Boulevard and Islington Avenue at around 2:46 a.m. Tuesday for reports of a shooting.
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The search for Anne Frank’s betrayer
Canadian author Rosemary Sullivan's new book describes the six-year investigation into how the Nazis learned about the Amsterdam annex where the Frank family hid during WWII The post The search for Anne Frank’s betrayer appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Winnipeg snow cancellations
Due to the snowstorm that hit Winnipeg overnight, some school divisions have decided to close and cancel classes on January 18.
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What these GTA condos got: $820,000 at Yonge & Bloor, $711,500 in the Corktown area
Recent listing and sale prices, highlights of the suites and details about the buildings
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Toronto is cleaning up the day after the storm: Here’s what’s going on Tuesday
The city witnessed a major snow storm Monday. TDSB and TCDSB remained closed for in-person learning Tuesday.
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U.S. Football coach cancels weightlifting, tells players to shovel driveways, help neighbours instead
While a number of activities were cancelled due to winter weather throughout the Pittsburgh region, one local high school football coach found the snowfall as an opportunity to allow his players to give back.
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The Red Cross gets out of the pool
Its swimming lessons—a rite of passage for tens of millions of Canadians for 75 years—will soon be history. So what becomes of those beautiful badges? The post The Red Cross gets out of the pool appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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5 things to know for Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022
A small group of Canadian special forces have been deployed to Ukraine, health experts dispute Beijing's Omicron case came from a Canadian parcel and Leylah Fernandez's run at the Australian Open ends early. Here’s what you need to know today.
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5 things to know for Tuesday, January 18, 2022
A small group of Canadian special forces have been deployed to Ukraine, health experts dispute Beijing's Omicron case came from a Canadian parcel and Leylah Fernandez's run at the Australian Open ends early. Here’s what you need to know today.
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About Last Night: Habs hit new low in 5-2 loss to Yotes
With the loss, the 7-25-5 Montreal Canadiens remain in last place with 19 points, three points behind the Phoenix Coyotes.
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What these GTA houses got: $640,000 for a condo townhome in Oshawa, $990,000 for a freehold townhome in Humberlea
The recent listing and sale prices, plus details about the residences and a few of their highlights
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How did Monday’s massive snowstorm measure up in the history books? You might be surprised
Many snowstorms over the decades have brought less snow but more carnage.
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Rosie DiManno: Enduring a brutal assault by a taxi driver, Canadian woman becomes the face of violence against women in Italy
The Florence street was deserted at the time and though Bianca Perisa’s screams drew a crowd, nobody intervened, writes Rosie DiManno.
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Laval woman kidnapped in home invasion Monday: police
A 26-year-old woman is recovering after being kidnapped in a home invasion in Laval Monday night.
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List of Greater Toronto Area school closures for Tuesday, Jan. 18
Many boards have said due to the winter storm aftermath cleanup, the roads and sidewalks are not safe for students and staff to attend school in-person.
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Hamilton area schools closed for a second day
A second snow day around Hamilton, Halton and Niagara as roads remain blocked by Jan. 17 blizzard conditions with snow clearing operations continuing.
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Half of Ontario opioid deaths interacted with health care system the month before: study
And one in four had seen a doctor, gone to an emergency department or been discharged from hospital just a week prior, the research shows.
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Little NHL officials forced to cancel Indigenous tournament for third consecutive year
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Lise Ravary: Le Bonheur teacher's rant strikes a chord and a nerve
When one reaches a certain age, it becomes hazardous to express traditional opinions about society. One risks being labelled an evil boomer.
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Revealed: How a web of Canadian doctors are undermining the fight against COVID-19
Canadian doctors are sharing unverified medical information to sway public opinion against Covid-19 vaccines. A Global News investigation shows many of these doctors are connected.
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Firebelly is 'a different feel, a different product,' DavidsTea co-founder says
The new, online-only venture is meant "to show people where tea fits into their lives," David Segal says.
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My husband airs his hurt feelings about my name in front of our daughter: Ask Ellie
Ellie suggests that this lingering dispute has to be handled calmly, and privately.
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Parents wrestle with mixed emotions as Peel schools reopen for in-person learning
Some families relieved to have their kids back in the classroom while others plan to stick with remote learning.
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Mandatory app for Beijing Olympics participants is a security risk, Toronto lab finds
The Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy released a report Tuesday detailing major concerns about the app, MY2022.
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First-year students at Western say delayed return to campus is unfair
They are angry about the university’s decision to let upper-year students return to in-person learning weeks before them.
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‘Bitcoin widow’ speaks out on relationship with Quadriga founder Gerald Cotten, the missing millions and her struggle to go on
Jennifer Robertson became the focus of a lot of suspicious chatter online after her husband died and his company collapsed, exposing a $200-million fraud. Now she’s having her say.
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Are private liquor stores here? New bottle shops focus on hard-to-find wines and beers — plus mandatory snacks
Ontario consumers have a wider variety of products to choose from, but industry experts say the regulations for bottle shops still need work.
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Frank Stronach: The economy no longer works for many Canadians — and business is largely to blame
One of the most troubling aspects about the failure of our economy is our society’s great income divide. In his new column for the Star, Magna founder Frank Stronach shares ideas on how to fix it.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Experts say Pfizer’s antiviral treatment is not a replacement for vaccines; More Ontario schools start in-person learning after snowstorm
Meanwhile, Quebec looks abroad to solve nursing shortage and enlists the help of those with large social media followings.
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Norwegian mass murderer makes Nazi salutes before parole hearing
Anders Behring Breivik, the right-wing extremist who killed 77 people in bomb-and-gun massacres in Norway's worst peacetime slaughter in 2011, appeared Tuesday before a court for a parole hearing.
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Half of people who died from opioids in 2020 sought health care in the month before
A study suggesting “missed opportunities” looked at Ontario deaths during the first wave of COVID-19.
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‘Secret’ parking rule at this waterfront park has turned into a $100 ‘cash cow’ for the city
There are no signs anywhere to alert drivers to parking restrictions in the middle of the west parking lot of Marie Curtis Park.
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Emma Teitel: Doug Ford should help dig the city out of this hole instead of digging cars out of snowbanks
Homelessness in Toronto during COVID-19 is an issue that demands intervention and funding from every level of government.
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