Manitoba reports three additional COVID-19 deaths over the long weekend
Manitoba health officials reported three more deaths due to the COVID-19 virus Tuesday, which includes deaths reported over the weekend.
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B.C. reports 742 new COVID-19 cases over 4 days as total case count tops 150K
The death brings the province's COVID-19 death toll to 1,772.
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Historic ranch near Vernon, B.C. hosting displaced animals because of regional wildfires
'We’ve opened our grounds every year. We always have, as far as I know. This year just seems to have drawn a larger crowd.’
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Lawyer convicted in child porn case committed conduct unbecoming
A Maple Ridge lawyer who was convicted of possessing child pornography has been found to have committed conduct unbecoming the profession.
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New border rules will prevent air travel for people who are blind or unable to use internet
CBSA says no excuses, people need to ask for help to file information before heading to the airport
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Alberta confirms 743 new cases of COVID-19 over 4 days, no additional deaths
There were 240 cases of COVID-19 reported Friday, 230 cases reported on Saturday, 147 cases were reported on Sunday and 126 cases were reported on Monday in Alberta. 
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Time will tell if off-season moves pay off for Canadiens | HI/O Show
The panel talk about Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin's moves so far this off-season.
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In a bid to be more fair, Toronto restaurants are now funneling more tip money to the kitchen
As the restaurant industry contends with a shortage of workers, particularly among support staff, some restaurateurs are looking at tips to narrow the hourly wage gap between servers and other workers.
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1 person suffers life threatening injuries, collision closes eastbound QEW in Niagara Region
The crash closed a stretch of the QEW in Lincoln bound for Fort Erie on Tuesday.
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N.S. election: Tim Houston talks health care, vaccines, policing in 1-on-1 interview
Global News’s Sarah Ritchie sat down with Houston ahead of the 41st provincial election to talk health care, economy, vaccines and policing.
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Premier off-loads responsibility to Alberta's top doctor as he defends COVID response
Premier Jason Kenney off-loaded responsibility on Alberta's top doctor for lifting all public health orders as local leaders and health-care experts from across the country continue to condemn the province's plans.
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Police release brief video of suspect in Kelowna double shooting
According to police, Kyle Gianis and a 25-year-old man from Surrey were shot just before 7 p.m., in the area of Pandosy Street and KLO Road.
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Environment Canada issues funnel cloud weather advisory for London and Middlesex County
At 4:30 p.m. the weather agency issued a weather advisory for London, Parkhill, Strathroy, Komoka, and west and east Middlesex County.
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Canadian Olympic diver shocked with diamond ring after winning silver in Tokyo
The 29-year-old from Laval, Que., was greeted at Trudeau airport by friends and family, including boyfriend and pro boxer David Lemieux, who couldn't wait to pop the question.
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5 from Toronto charged after Barrie break-in, firearm discarded
Five people from Toronto were charged following a break-in in which a firearm was later discarded in Barrie, Ont., on Saturday morning.
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Kenney says Alberta accepted Hinshaw’s COVID-19 proposal ‘without modification’
Last Wednesday, the chief medical officer of health announced Alberta will soon have no mandatory COVID-19 measures like isolating, contact tracing or masking.
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Pickering soccer players inspired by national team’s Olympic journey
The Canadian women's soccer team is on the verge of Olympic history as they play for gold later this week.
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Saskatoon band suing woman for defamation following misconduct allegations
Saskatoon band Bombargo and its members have launched a defamation lawsuit against a woman who made inappropriate behaviour accusations against Nathan and Anthony Thoen.
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Trudeau did not further interests of lifelong friend Pitfield, ethics watchdog concludes
The ethics commissioner says an inquiry is not warranted and he will not pursue the matter any further.
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Climate change could be a key issue in 2021 Nova Scotia provincial election
In 2019, students held a series of climate strikes, calling on government to address climate change. Now, in Nova Scotia, many of the students can vote for the first time.
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Looking to a post-pandemic Canada: What can we learn from the U.K.?
Opinion: How can society reopen safely with the rise of the dangerous Delta variant? We can again use the UK as a crystal ball, but this time the images are unclear. The post Looking to a post-pandemic Canada: What can we learn from the U.K.? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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‘Bring it home’: Family cheers on B.C.’s Julia Grosso as Canada goes for gold in women’s soccer
Five years ago, Julia Grosso was in the stands watching Canada's women's national soccer team. Now she hopes to help Canada bring home a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games
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Surrey Police Service will deploy first 50 officers by November
First 50 municipal police officers will start by working alongside Surrey RCMP
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The best friends behind lifestyle brand Teakwood and Rose Co. want to bring a sense of home to online retail
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Man on trial for murder of Toronto nurse admits to hitting her with crowbar during break-and-enter
Warning: This story contains graphic details that could be disturbing to some readers.
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Impaired driving charges laid after fatal pedestrian crash in Lethbridge
On Aug. 2, police responded after a southbound truck struck a female pedestrian in the 1200 block of Mayor Magrath Drive S.
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‘You could see the virus start to spread’: More pop-up vaccine clinics coming to north end
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Violence against Indigenous peoples is still fuelled by colonial greed
Politicians apologize for the atrocities of the past and vow to never let them happen again. But what’s going on now with the degradation of Mother Earth and the land defenders all over the world fighting to save her is about the future, which will one day be the past.
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Serious COVID-19 outcomes falling as vaccinations rise: Saskatchewan government
Serious COVID-19 outcomes have declined “dramatically” as more people in Saskatchewan receive their vaccinations, according to the provincial government.
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Pointe-Claire’s Sunnyside Park to get a new rain garden
Work crews began the preliminary work clearing the lot for the city’s new rain collection project on Tuesday.
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London, Ont. police issue public appeal in homicide investigation
On Tuesday, police issued a brief update stating that the homicide investigation is continuing and encouraging 'any members of the public with information' to contact them.
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Rosie DiManno: Canadian hammer thrower Camryn Rogers is just getting started with a fifth-place finish in Tokyo
The 22-year-old, the youngest competitor in Tuesday’s final, says she knows “there is more in the tank.”
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B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of July 31
Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.
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COVID-19: Ontario data shows unvaccinated people 60+ were 15 times more likely to be hospitalized
"This data shows that these vaccines are safe and very effective at preventing you from being hospitalized, admitted to the intensive care unit, or dying from this disease."
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