A 75-year-old Quebec man sets Guiness World Record for a headstand

Tony Helou’s headstands are part of a daily exercise regimen that includes push-ups and running.
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COVID-19: N.S. reports 61 new cases, new cluster in Northern Zone
The latest numbers show 84.6 per cent of Nova Scotians have at least one dose of vaccine and 81.3 per cent are fully vaccinated.
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B.C. government provides update as 3rd atmospheric river arrives
On Monday, the B.C. government extended its state of emergency and the gas rationing due to the ongoing flooding until Dec. 14, 2021.
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Style Q&A: Canadian brand Mas offers ‘everlasting’ accessories
Company founder/designer Marie-Philippe Thibault on handbags that are as much a work of art as an everyday accessory
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2 new COVID-19 cases reported in Guelph, 38 active cases
There are 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among 10 public and Catholic schools in Guelph and Wellington County, according to the boards.
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Shelley Glover takes the stand in court case over PC party leadership, calls election ‘flawed’
Glover, who lost last month to Stefanson by a small margin, has alleged there were irregularities when ballots were counted and wants a judge to order a new vote.
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COVID-19: Holiday pop-up vaccination clinic to open at CF Masonville Place: MLHU
'It is hoped the clinic will reach those who have not yet been vaccinated due to barriers, such as convenience and limited transportation options,' read a health unit statement.
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CBSA has intercepted hundreds of fake COVID-19 tests, vaccine documents
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says it has intercepted hundreds of suspected falsified or fraudulent COVID-19 test results and proof of vaccination credentials since they were required for travel.
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Toronto man’s death in Winnipeg a homicide, police say
Police say a man from Toronto died in Winnipeg hospital, but haven't said how the victim had been injured. No arrests have been made.
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Calgary’s third COVID-19 pandemic state of local emergency to expire
The third Covid-19 pandemic-related state of local emergency in Calgary will be allowed to expire on Dec. 2; however, the city’s mask and vaccine passport bylaws remain in place.
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Crash on Highway 38 near Kingston, Ont. sends one to hospital
One man is in hospital after a three-vehicle crash on Highway 38 near McIvar Road on Monday night. Police are still investigating the cause.
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Public Health confirms positive cases at Linguine’s restaurant in Belleville, Ont.
Hastings Prince Edward Public health says it is investigating 'several' cases of COVID-19 at Belleville's Linguine's restaurant at 257 N Front St.
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Nova Scotia ends controversial practice of birth alerts, one of last provinces to do so
The Nova Scotia government has announced it will end birth alerts, joining most other jurisdictions in Canada in ending the controversial practice.
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Montreal-area city revives controversial plan to kill majority of deer herd in local park
Longueuil's previous administration had wanted to kill about 15 deer, but relented after strong backlash that included a petition, a protest and threats against the former mayor.
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Province gives Waterloo barbecue manufacturer $1 million as part of plan to create 158 jobs
The province says Onward Manufacturing Company is investing $17.8 million to expand its manufacturing facility in Waterloo for its Broil King barbecues.
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Lululemon sues Peloton for selling ‘copy-cat products’
Lululemon claims in court documents that Peloton is selling "knock-off" Lululemon bras and leggings, infringing on multiple design patents.
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Jason Logan: Tiger Woods reveals doctors considered amputating his leg after crash, skeptical he can compete at high level again
On Tuesday, Woods spoke publicly for the first time since his horrific car crash in February, at a press conference for the Hero World Challenge that he hosts.
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Ghislaine Maxwell was ‘number 2’ in employee hierarchy, Epstein’s pilot testifies
Pilot Lawrence Visoski, who is testifying for the government, recalled how Ghislaine Maxwell would often contact him to schedule flights for Jeffrey Epstein.
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Winnipeg man dies from St. Vital shooting, police say
The man, 42-year-old Tyler Patrick Yarema, was taken to hospital in critical condition, where he died of his injuries.
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1 person killed in fatal crash south of Mitchell, Ont.: OPP
Details remain limited, but a collision occurred around 7 a.m. along Perth Road 20 south of Mitchell, provincial police said in a brief statement.
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Ontario’s top medical officer said effort underway to find a more ‘appealing’ COVID-19 treatment for unvaccinated
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Napanee OPP investigate potential gunshot
Lennox and Addington OPP are asking for the public's assistance after they say a firearm was discharged in a residential area.
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PQ suggests Legault government isn't co-operating with CHSLD inquiry
Paul St-Pierre Plamondon said the government is coming dangerously close to hindrance and obstruction.
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U of M study suggests shift to more rain than snow in the Arctic coming earlier than expected
Modelling suggests the shift to more rain than snow will happen between 2050 and 2080, states the U of M study. This could happen even faster due to rapid warming and sea ice loss.
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U.K. draws line at GIFs, rejecting Facebook’s latest acquisition
Rejecting purchase of Giphy seen as sign of regret of past inaction on big-tech dominance.
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Support for monarchy dwindling among Canadians: Poll
When asked whether Canada should remain a constitutional monarchy in future generations, 52 per cent of respondents said no.
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Foo Fighters to headline Osheaga in 2022
After two cancelled editions, the festival is looking to make a full comeback in July 2022.
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Town Hall event to address Manitoba parents’ vaccine questions Wednesday
Doctors Manitoba is hosting an online town hall focused on the recently-authorized COVID-19 vaccine for children ages five to 11, which will include a wide range of specialists.
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Anonymous donor to match up to $1.5M in donations for Y.O.U.’s Joan’s Place in London, Ont.
Youth Opportunities Unlimited has announced that an anonymous donor has committed to matching $1.5 million in donations for its Joan's Place campaign.
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Access to take home drug checking strips expands to over 30 Saskatchewan locations
Drug checking strips will be made available in more than 30 locations across the province.
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Trump bid to keep U.S. Capitol riot records secret questioned by judges
U.S. appeals court judges signaled skepticism toward Donald Trump's bid to keep records about his conversations and actions before and during the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
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Ottawa french public school board paid hackers ransom after data breach
The CEPEO said Tuesday that the personal and financial information of employees dating back to 2000 may have been compromised in a cyberattack.
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Toronto sets January date for city workers to return to the office, amid rising COVID-19 cases, Omicron uncertainty
Union representing city inside workers calls the return-to-work target “ambitious” given uncertainty over Omicron variant of COVID-19.
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