Vaughn Palmer: Horgan attacks public access to government information
Opinion: New rules would limit Information Commissioner's powers, exclude premiers office from FOI requests
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Canadian National Railway profit surges to $1.69 billion in Q3
Canadian National Railway Co.'s embattled CEO is retiring in the new year, the railway says as it reported a big jump in third-quarter profits.
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Early proposal for Jericho Lands development includes three, 38-storey towers, and 10,000 new homes
After years of consultation and anticipation over the future of this prime site, the public got a look at what could be built in one of the most expensive and least developed parts of the city, and what it might look like
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Vancouver vandalism the 'worst ever seen' by West End shopowner
Social media is full of daily posts of broken windows and shopowners struggling among COVID restrictions want the police to deploy more foot patrols and for the city to take more action
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‘Shift into Winter’: B.C. campaign warning drivers of incoming winter conditions
'Shift into Winter' is a campaign raising awareness about the dangers of winter driving in B.C.
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Afternoon stabbing in Montreal sends woman, 24, to hospital in critical condition
Montreal police said it happened at around 4:30 p.m. following an altercation between a man and a woman on Alymer Street in the city's Plateau-Mont-Royal borough. 
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COVID-19 visitor rules keep Winnipeg man away from family for most of his final hours
Alfred Jobse, a cancer patient, collapsed at home last month. He was rushed to the hospital where he waited in an ambulance bay for more than two hours for a bed to open up.
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Man, 24, arrested in connection with sexual assault investigations in Toronto
Toronto police say they are looking to speak to victims in connection with multiple sexual assault investigations in the city.
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Hamilton needs tens of thousands of vaccines in arms to reach ‘last mile’ target
As of Monday, about 80 percent of the Hamilton’s eligible population over 12 year have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Woman, 24, in critical condition after stabbing in downtown Montreal
Police said the victim was stabbed several times in the upper body and authorities fear for her life. 
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Kindness of strangers propels B.C. cyclist on journey to raise funds for mental health
Revelstoke, B.C. resident Mike Friedland cycled for 50 days between Osoyoos, B.C. and Tuktoyaktuk in the Northwest Territories to raise funds for mental health.
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Vancouver says staff must be vaccinated, but order omits councillors
Fully vaccinated council says legal red tape makes it complicated, but other B.C. cities are considering policies that include both staff and politicians.
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QB Trevor Harris says he's ready to accept any role with Alouettes
Veteran was acquired by Montreal in a trade last Sunday for defensive-end Antonio Simmons and is expected to back up Matt Shiltz.
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Calgary massage therapist charged with sexual assault
Calgarian Maxim Klimov, 27, was charged with one count of sexual assault.
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New Calgary councillors ‘going to have a fire hose’ of learning to do
A pair of Calgary councillors -- one outgoing and one re-elected -- shared their thoughts on being a new to council, helping along the greenhorns and had some advice.
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Greg Fertuck reveals Sheree Fertuck’s last words during gravel pit shooting
Speaking to a fake crime boss, Greg Fertuck re-enacted what he said was the shooting of Sheree Fertuck at a gravel pit near Kenaston, Sask.
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Saskatchewan fire evacuations: Shoal Lake and Red Earth Cree Nations return home
More than 700 people were evacuated to Prince Albert and Saskatoon — some going against orders and returning home early.
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Regina’s new pump track for cyclists a first for the Queen City
Cyclists of all sorts and ages can now enjoy the city's first pump track located in the Lakeview community.
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MPs will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter House of Commons next month
The mandate will also apply to staff, political research office employees, administration employees, journalists, parliamentary business visitors, contractors and consultants.
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Costume donation brings Halloween ‘boost’ for kids at Calgary shelter
This Halloween, some generous Calgarians are stepping up so kids don't miss out on dressing up.
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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine: How the shot differs for kids and adults
The formulation of the COVID-19 vaccine for children and adults is the same but the dosage and presentation are different, Pfizer says.
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Chris Johnston: The San Jose Sharks likely won’t be able to sever ties with Evander Kane anytime soon
The team might be disappointed in the suspended player but it can’t terminate his contract and it’s going to have trouble trading him. Perhaps Kane can be put on leave and continue to be paid until his contract can be bought out in the summer, Chris Johnston writes.
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MPs will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to go back into the House of Commons
Members of Parliament decided Tuesday that they and their staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to work in what’s known as the House of Commons precinct, the collection of buildings that makes up the seat of the federal government in downtown Ottawa.
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Sentencing decision in horrific B.C. child abuse case
A stepdad who threw his two-year-old across the living room, causing serious injuries, got six years in prison, reduced to 36 months.
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Another 560 new COVID-19 cases reported in B.C. along with five deaths
The five deaths -- two in Fraser Health, two in Northern Health, and one in Island Health -- bring B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll to 2,086.
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Quebec won't intervene to stop Hydro rate hike
Electricity costs will go up 2.6 per cent in 2022.
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Have your say: What are your expectations of the Raptors this season?
With Kyle Lowry gone and many new faces joining the Raptors, the path to the playoffs seems murkier than in years past.
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Ousted Edmonton Councillor Bev Esslinger embraces legacy of attracting more women to politics
Edmonton Councillor Bev Esslinger looks back on her efforts to attract more women into politics after being narrowly defeated in Monday's municipal election.
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Lethbridge mayor-elect sets sites on next 4 years despite narrow victory
A close result in the Lethbridge mayor race shows a divided city, one political scientist said, but the new mayor-elect is turning his focus to the issues at hand.
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Ian Mulgrew: Proof of dirty cash eludes money laundering Inquiry
B.C. Civil Liberties: "With this Inquiry, the commissioner has a platform to call upon the government to address what is likely the most significant root cause of money laundering: our failed model of drug prohibition."
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City of Regina celebrates completed upgrades to downtown glockenspiel
Reginans joined in celebration on Tuesday afternoon after the city announced completed upgrades to the downtown glockenspiel.
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City of London, Ont., prepares for second annual Newcomer Day
The first newcomer day was an in-person event held and City Hall and the Central Public Library in 2019, but with the pandemic, an event was not held in 2020.
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Liveblog: Habs welcome the Hoff vs. Sharks
Mike Hoffman and Adam Brooks join the lineup as the Canadiens seek their first win of the season.
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Murder suspect deleted texts, photos the day Calgary mother, daughter reported missing: court
Robert Leeming is on trial for second-degree murder after pleading not guilty in the death of 22-month-old Aliyah Sanderson. He pleaded guilty to killing her mother.
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Open-pit coal mining report outlining Albertans’ views delayed one month
A report looking into how Albertans feel about open-pit coal mining has been delayed until next month.
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