2 teens arrested after weapons call at school in southwestern Nova Scotia

The RCMP responded to a report of two youths in a vehicle waving a firearm near a school on Woodlawn Drive in Shelburne on Friday.
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$125K in drugs seized, 2 men charged in Edmonton police investigation
Officers searched two downtown Edmonton homes and found fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine and an illegal amount of cannabis, police said.
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Delta police charge two after marijuana edibles found in Halloween bags
Police say they went in and seized thousands of cannabis edibles, packaging and labelling materials at a North Delta illegal cannabis extraction lab
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan officials report 11 deaths
Saskatchewan's newly reported fatalities among people who tested positive for COVID-19 bring the provincial death toll up to 843. 
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City will pay when potholes wreck your ride, says Coderre
The former mayor said the city needs to take its responsibility for potholes, and he pledged to curb the "unsupportable spiral" of projects.
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Pair of oversight roles vacated ahead of first Calgary city council meeting
Calgary is on the search for a new integrity commissioner and hopes to soon fill two seats on the Calgary Police Commission.
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2 Delta, B.C. residents charged after cannabis edibles found in Halloween candy last year
Delta police have charged two people after a local parent found cannabis edibles in their child's Halloween candy last year.
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USask changing COVID-19 vaccination requirement for winter term
USask said in making the COVID vaccine mandate change for the winter term, they've also given two months advance notice so everyone has ample time to get vaccinated.
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Belleville, Ont. police officer charged with assault after OPP investigation requested
OPP have charged a Belleville, Ont., police officer with assault following an incident that allegedly involved a man in police custody back in September.
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The unexpected good news about COVID-19 outbreaks in Ontario schools
Outbreaks in Ontario schools are down but experts caution with younger children still unable to receive vaccines, along with loosened public health measures, the road ahead could be bumpy.
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COVID-19: No new cases reported in Guelph for the 2nd day in a row
For the second day in a row, Guelph's public health unit is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 as the city's total case count remained at 5,089.
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Halloween: B.C. RCMP offer safety tips, reminders to trick-or-treaters, homeowners
‘We encourage parents to talk with your kids about being safe before starting out for the evening, and remind motorists to slow down and be watchful for pedestrians.’
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Quebec coroner’s report into Carpentier girls’ deaths urges change in handling of disappearances
The coroner is recommending broader criteria for triggering Amber Alerts and the creation of a dedicated police unit to investigate children's disappearances across the province.
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Siloam Mission announces new CEO, commitment to improve Indigenous relationship
With the new hire comes additional commitments for Siloam to improve its relationship with the city's Indigenous community after a series of consultations. 
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Families & doctors share stories of ill and dying children on new website to help others
Families caring for a dying or seriously ill child may find support and answers to their questions on the new website, CaringTogether.life.
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St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital to receive first MRI machine
After years of having to offload patients elsewhere, St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital (STEGH) is finally set to receive its own magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine.
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Another 20 new COVID-19 cases reported in Waterloo Region on Thursday
This is the highest one-day increase in cases that has been announced in over two weeks and brings the rolling seven-day average number of new daily cases up to 13.6.
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Flu vaccine shortages in Prince Rupert this year may lessen with new provincial supply system
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Londoners invited to mark Remembrance Day 2021 in person
Unlike last year, Londoners will be able to attend the Remembrance Day ceremony in person this year with several COVID-19 protocols in place.
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Conservatives ask ethics commissioner to investigate Margaret Trudeau's speaking appearance
The Conservative Party is calling on Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion to investigate whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act after his mother spoke at an event organized by a group that has received federal funding.
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Amid Canada-wide recruiting war, Nova Scotia guarantees jobs for all its nursing grads
Any N.S. nursing students graduating in the next five years will have a job in “Nova Scotia Health, the IWK or the continuing care sector,” announced Premier Tim Houston.
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Police investigating after man found dead inside Ucluelet, B.C. business
The BC Coroners Service is also investigating this unexpected death.
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Rogers family drama: These are the key players as court hearing approaches
The Rogers family drama ranges from opposing public statements to series of Tweets, and here are some of the people at the centre of it all.
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Senators agree to vaccine mandate to participate in-person
If Senators want to participate in Senate proceedings in-person in the new Parliament, they must be fully vaccinated. The agreement was announced on Thursday after Senate Speaker George Furey consulted with the leaders and facilitators of all recognized parties and groups within the Senate.
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COVID-19: Ontario music venues get clearance to hold standing shows, operate at full capacity
Ontario's live music venues can get concertgoers back onto their feet after a sudden change in the province's COVID-19 guidelines.
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Quebec's flu vaccine campaign begins Monday
People ages 60+, infants under six months and those with chronic illnesses are among those eligible to get the vaccine for free.
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City of Ottawa extends employee COVID-19 vaccination deadline by 2 weeks
City of Ottawa employees will now have until Nov. 15 to get double vaccinated against COVID-19 after the mandatory vaccine policy deadline was extended.
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Bikes recovered, two arrested after brazen theft from Vancouver apartment caught on camera
Vancouver police say they've arrested suspects after a Global News viewer recognized two men in a video of a brazen West End apartment bike theft.
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