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Edmonton Urban Farm expansion helps feed dozens of families
An expansion to an urban farm is establishing some important roots in Edmonton. The farm is helping feed dozens of families at no cost to them.
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Pink line a key campaign promise once again for Projet Montréal
If re-elected in the upcoming municipal election Montreal mayor Valerie Plante is promising to finally bring her pink line to fruition.
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Western University orientation leader shares personal account amid online reports of student assaults
Over the weekend, there were a number of social media reports that 30 or more students may have been drugged and/or assaulted in Medway-Sydenham Hall.
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Saskatchewan Roughriders QB Cody Fajardo says he’s fit to play
Saskatchewan Roughriders' Cody Fajardo's status for Friday's home game against the Toronto Argonauts was in question this week.
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Partnership aims to improve safety in Calgary’s downtown core
The Stephen Avenue Safety Hub is a downtown location where officers from the Calgary Police Service, Calgary Community Standards and Calgary Transit will co-ordinate efforts.
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New educational centre opens in Carry the Kettle First Nation
The community of Carry the Kettle First Nation celebrated the grand opening of the Chief Long Lodge Educational Centre today.
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Security company sees bump in demand amid rollout of B.C. vaccine passport
As of Monday, people attending restaurants, indoor sporting events, movie theatres and a range of other non-essential services must show proof of vaccination to enter.
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COVID-19: Interior Health warns of potential exposures at Armstrong grad party
Interior Health says anyone who attended a grad party in Armstrong on Sept. 6 may have been exposed to COVID-19.
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Lethbridge businesses react to Alberta’s COVID-19 restriction exemption program
So far, Alberta's new restriction exemption program announced late Wednesday is raising more questions than answers for some business owners in Lethbridge.
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Convicted sex offender moving to Vancouver poses a ‘significant’ risk to women: police
Skylar Wayne Pelletier, 21, is currently serving a five-year long-term supervision order for convictions of sexual assault, break and enter and assault.
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Kingston, Ont. company to recycle much of demolished Prince Edward County heritage buildings
The company that did the demolition work is Environmentall Contracting Services out of Kingston.
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COVID-19: Walk-in vaccination clinic at Okanagan high school hopes to increase access, IHA says
Interior Health is working closely with Central Okanagan Public Schools to increase access to vaccines in the area.
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Political sociologist ‘surprised’ no resignations after latest Alberta COVID-19 shift
As new restrictions were announced for Alberta -- as COVID-19 ICU rates soar -- questions were raised about accountability for how the UCP government handled the pandemic.
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Vaccinated Albertans express restriction frustration over new COVID-19 measures
Many Albertans are feeling anger and frustration after having done all the government asked and then being hit with restrictions once again.
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Elks place QB Trevor Harris on 6-game injured list with neck injury
The Edmonton Elks on Thursday placed quarterback Trevor Harris on the six-game injured list with a neck injury, meaning Taylor Cornelius will start at quarterback on Saturday.
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B.C. voters urged to ‘pack their patience’ to vote on Monday due to staffing issues
Election day is Monday, Sept. 20 and you will need two pieces of ID, or your voter card and one piece of ID to vote. Proof of vaccination is not required to vote.
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Greg Fertuck told Sask. RCMP he loved estranged wife Sheree Fertuck: ‘I hope she’s well’
Greg Fertuck told Saskatchewan RCMP he didn’t go to the gravel pit east of Kenaston, Sask. on the day Sheree Fertuck went missing.
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Allen Road in Toronto to be fully closed this weekend for maintenance
The closure will be in place from Friday at 11 p.m. until Monday at 5 a.m.
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Manitoba advocate for eating disorder services sounds alarm over long program wait times
Wait times for the province's eating disorder recovery and prevention program at the Women's Health Clinic are two years, and 164 people were waiting for admission.
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Charges laid in vandalism of 2 Calgary churches, investigation continues
Several churches were targeted with red and orange paint, and one had windows smashed and paint splashed inside, on the night of June 30. 
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B.C.’s South Coast in for a ‘soaker’ as rainfall warning issued
Environment Canada is forecasting between 50 and 70 mm of rain over the next 48 hours, with higher amounts possible in Howe Sound and on the North Shore mountains.
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Two Montreal schools hope to replenish library shelves with fundraiser
The schools, in partnership with Indigo, hope to raise enough funds to get new books and continue promoting a passion for reading among students.
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‘We clearly have a culture problem’: Western University launches action plan amid reports of student assaults
The university released the new action plan and Task Force on Sexual Violence and Student Safety on Thursday.
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Health officials, Herron staff clashed as COVID-19 situation got worse, Quebec coroner hears
Coroner Géhane Kamel heard from Herron staffers that managers from the regional health authority and the residence weren't on the same page.
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NDP Leader, Jagmeet Singh, makes campaign stop in Kingston, Ont.
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh spoke to supporters during a campaign stop in Kingston, Ont. on Sept.16, 2021. Roughly 400 people attended the campaign stop.
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Sainte-Geneviève water-main break causes massive flooding on residential street
A rupture of a massive water main caused a sink hole to form on a grassy hill and a river of water flooded a local street in a quiet neighbourhood of Sainte-Geneviève.
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Winnipeg Jets put prospects through their ‘puck handling paces’ on day one
It figures to be tough sledding for up-and-comers on the Winnipeg Jets blueline this season. but there is a window of opportunity for young players upfront.
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Suspect sought after ‘hate-related’ graffiti spray-painted in Toronto, police say
Police said in a news release that on Saturday just before 1 p.m., officers were called to the area of Eastern and Knox avenues. 
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Kingston Police Services Board members get a glimpse of 2022 budget issues
The Kingston Police Services Board got a high level view of some of the challenges and opportunities the municipal force is dealing with as it prepares its 2022 budget.
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Buzz off: Winnipeg pest control company seeing influx in calls about fruit flies
If you've noticed more fruit flies hanging about lately, a Winnipeg bug expert says it's not your imagination.
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