2 in custody as Winnipeg cops seize cocaine, ‘zombie chainsaw’ shotgun

Two Winnipeggers are facing a laundry list of drug and weapons charges after a drug trafficking investigation led to their arrests.
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TTC says service reductions expected when COVID-19 vaccine mandate takes effect
The TTC said it has developed 'temporary schedules' taking into account employees who will be unable to work once the COVID vaccine mandate goes into effect on Nov. 20.
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Woman in her 40s latest COVID-19 victim in Waterloo Region
Waterloo Public Health reported a new COVID-19-related death on Wednesday, raising the death toll in the area up to 303.
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'Be creatively safe' this Halloween, COVID-19 researchers stress
Have fun trick-or-treating or at parties, but take steps to protect yourself and others from transmission, they recommend.
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Muskoka man who fought off bear recognized for bravery
According to police, a short physical confrontation took place before the man fought the black bear off and it left through a door.
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COVID-19: MLHU reports 13 cases, SWPH adds 12 cases and 1 death
Southwestern Public Health reported one death Wednesday, involving a woman in her 70s from Oxford County. SWPH also added 12 more cases to its tally.
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What the Puck: Weber's status another dark cloud over Canadiens
The team captain has not officially retired and it's clear that a lack of leadership is one of the reasons this team is floundering so badly.
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Former Premier Jean Charest accuses CAQ ministers of tarnishing his name
Former Premier Jean Charest has objected to two Coalition Avenir Québec cabinet ministers making use of the book PLQ Inc. Charest says nothing in the book has been proven and the source of information is illegal leaks from UPAC.
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Eighty-pound dinosaur statue stolen from Burnaby, B.C. backyard
According to tweets from Burnaby RCMP, the statue was reportedly part of the Alberta Pavilion at Expo 86 in Vancouver.
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Majority of Quebecers think Legault is doing ‘poor job’ on health care, poll suggests
The share of Quebecers who approve of the CAQ government's handling of the crucial portfolio has been declining since 2019.
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Kasey Wilson: Vegetables aren't just good for you, they can taste great as well
“This recipe is a great side mostly because of the maple syrup and balsamic vinegar that candy the sprouts,” Trish Magwood writes.
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COVID-19: Active cases down to 4 for Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit
The health unit is hosting mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week in Port Hope, Lindsay, Castleton and Codrington.
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Nearly half of Canadian workers think working remotely could hinder career growth: survey
However, 77 per cent believe flexibility is a key factor that'll be part of their decision to stay with or leave a company.
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Indigenous leaders seek apology as Pope plans Canadian visit
There has not been a papal visit to Canada since Pope John Paul II came for World Youth Day in Toronto in 2002. John Paul II was the first pope to come to Canada in 1984.
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Sexual abuse survivor, ex-player speaks about Blackhawks scandal: ‘No one thought about the victim’
A sexual abuse survivor said the issue in hockey has become well-known, and if the Blackhawks brass really wanted to save their jobs, they should have come forward immediately.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 1 death, 57 new cases as outbreak declared at emergency shelter
The province said a person in their 90s in the Moncton region has died as a result of the virus.
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More than 100 shipping containers fell from crippled cargo ship off B.C. coast
The severity of a marine disaster off Vancouver Island is far worse than first reported, according to internal coast guard communications obtained by CTV News.
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Nova Scotia reports 26 new cases of COVID-19, mostly in Central Zone
With 14 recoveries, there are now 146 active cases of COVID-19.
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COVID-19: Pandemic in B.C. 'largely stable,' says independent modelling group
The COVID-19 pandemic is “largely stable” in British Columbia, with infection rates slowly declining from the fourth-wave peak in September, according to an independent modelling group. In a report released Wednesday, the B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group said new cases are decreasing at a rate of about two per cent a day, with the strongest decline […]
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Nova Scotia bill sets climate change targets, aims to end coal fired power by 2030
The change in the proposed Environmental Goals and Climate Change Reduction Act moves up the elimination of coal by about 10 years.
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Cariboo-area First Nation works with mining company to ensure expansion of B.C. mine
A statement from the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation says expansion of the Bonanza Ledge Underground Mine shows how environmental, social and governance goals can move ahead through mining partnerships between industry and First Nations.
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Two Leafs among the top five highest paid players in the NHL, according to Forbes magazine
Edmonton Oilers superstar Connor McDavid tops the list, followed by Auston Matthews at No. 2 and Mitch Marner at No. 5.
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Style Q&A: One-stop Canadian haircare shop Chatters turns 30
The Canadian company Chatters started in Regina in 1991 as a small, stylist-founded haircare destination.  
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B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Oct. 23
Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.
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Levi McCachen's millennial musings illuminate Illuminati
We talked to the Calgary-raised McCachen about his beginnings as a rapper, crushing it at his sister’s wedding and bombing.
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Jonathan Girard reconsiders the University of B.C. Orchestra
Teacher-conductor aims for diversity and ending under-representation
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International: 30 bestselling books for the week of Oct. 23
Compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent book stores. 
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Daysormay: From isolation to Just Existing
From Vernon to Vancouver, this B.C. power trio is releasing its debut: Just Existing.
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What polar bears eat and where they hunt can aid in studying climate change, study suggests
Polar bears can be used as an indicator of environmental shifts, a new study suggests, as the animals change where they eat and what they hunt due to climate change.
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Code Red: Alberta's paramedics union declares state of crisis due to staffing shortages
The union representing paramedics in the province says EMS services are being "stretched beyond their limits" and there are significant delays in getting ambulances to people in need.
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Court begins to hear challenge of Quebec's mandatory vaccination for health workers
Judge Michel Yergeau will deliver a decision Nov. 15 whether that deadline is maintained or not.
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Rainfall warning in effect for parts of Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley
The North Shore mountains and eastern sections of Metro Vancouver, including Langley, could see up to 50 millimetres of rain overnight and on Thursday.
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U.S. issues 1st passport with gender ‘X’ classification
U.S. joins a handful of countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Nepal and Canada, in allowing its citizens to designate a gender other than male or female on passports.
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Quebec court hears stay request on mandatory vaccination for health-care workers
The court is hearing arguments for an injunction from unvaccinated health-care workers who want mandatory vaccination delayed until after the case is heard on its merits in 2022.
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The bestselling books in Canada for the week ending Oct. 27, 2021
Toronto Star bestsellers lists show the books Canadians bought this week
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Canadians falling prey to conspiracy theories despite strong trust in institutions: poll
Two in five Canadian voters believe that a small cabal 'secretly manipulates' world affairs, a poll conducted for Elections Canada suggests.
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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred defends Braves’ name, tomahawk chop ahead of World Series
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