Selkirk cops seize meth, cocaine, fentanyl, weapons and more
Selkirk RCMP searched the Queen Avenue home and seized cocaine, meth, fentanyl, cannabis, 'purple down' and illicit pills.
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Hamilton school board chairs, elementary teachers union seek more from back-to-school plan
Education officials in Hamilton are hoping COVID-19 vaccination rates will increase before school begins. About 50 per cent of youth aged 12 to 17 in the city are fully vaccinated.
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Canada’s emergency brake is broken
Canada, it’s time for us to accept the truth, one so many of our communities have known for a long time: Politics are broken; the moral authority of our institutions is broken.
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Report prompted by Lexi Daken’s death into N.B. youth mental health services delayed
The release of a report on youth suicide prevention and mental health services in New Brunswick has been delayed until September.
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Shoulder injury relegates Eugenie Bouchard to TV broadcast studio
Westmount native's career has been on the wane since she reached the Wimbledon final and attained a career-high ranking of No. 5 in 2014.
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New cases of COVID-19 continue to drop in Manitoba
Health officials report one of the lowest numbers of new COVID-19 infections in Manitoba for quite some time.
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Canada, U.S. unable to share resources as both battle severe wildfires: memo
Both need all hands on deck to battle rampant wildfires on either side of the border, says a Natural Resources Canada background memo obtained by The Canadian Press.
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Calls are growing for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines in health workers. Here’s what we know
COVID-19 is now a pandemic of the unvaccinated and vaccine holdouts appear poised to become primary drivers of new infections amid a surge in the highly contagious Delta variant.
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COVID-19: No new cases for Peterborough area; nearly 70% of eligible residents fully vaccinated
Tthe health unit reported 79.4 per cent of eligible population (age 12 and up) have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, up from 78.9 per cent reported on July 30.
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Delta variant 'highly worrisome' as spread grows across Americas: PAHO
Officials with the Pan American Health Organization say the Delta variant of the coronavirus is 'highly worrisome' as the mutation has spread to nearly two dozen countries across the Americas.
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Montreal couple appears in court to face charges over fake orderly certificates
The fake certificates were sold at $800 a pop and attested to 750 hours of training to become a personal care attendant or orderly.
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COVID-19: public health publishing vaccination information in Guelph area high schools
Among the 13,854 high school students that are enrolled for the 2021-22 school year in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, about 59 per cent are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Vigil organizers want justice after Black man killed by police in Montreal suburb
Jean-René Junior Olivier, 37, was shot by police three times in the stomach just a few houses down from his mother’s home after she called 911 asking for help.
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Bob Hepburn: Five reasons why now is the right time for a federal election
There are more reasons for holding an election this fall than there are reasons not to, despite the fear mongering coming from those in a position to lose more power.
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Local youth hub hosts vaccine clinic for at risk youth
One Roof Youth Hub hosted a youth focused vaccine clinic on August 4th. There’s games, a BBQ and AC inside and will commence again on August 18th 2021.
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Alberta’s Dr. Deena Hinshaw apologizes for ‘confusion, fear or anger’ around lifting of COVID-19 measures
The province is moving this month to cease mandatory isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19 and masking for transit, taxis and in schools.
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Ontario’s investment in improving school air quality provides benefits beyond pandemic, experts say
"In a school, those benefits are things like improved performance on standardized tests, lower absenteeism for the students, reduced asthma frequency and severity ..."
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Job action could mean long waits at borders, airports starting Friday
Nearly 9,000 Canada Border Services Agency employees may begin working to rule.
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New Brunswick parents, teachers hope for in-person school year
Though it's summer now, students and teachers will soon be gearing up to return to school, and New Brunswick's plan is still unknown.
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COVID-19: 1 new death as Saskatchewan adds 60 infections
There are 60 new COVID-19 infections in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, according to health officials.
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Ice cream store owner in Penticton robbed, assaulted with hammer
In a Facebook post, the daughter says her 70-year-old mom was robbed, with the thieves hitting her in the arm with a hammer.
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London, Ont. non-profit holding ‘Walk for Lebanon’ for Beirut explosion victims
Guest speakers at Sunday's walk include London Mayor Ed Holder and Paramount Fine Foods CEO Mohamad Fakih, a Lebanese philanthropist who grew up in Beirut.
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Nova Scotia election: party leaders spar over timeline to reach balanced budget
While Liberal leader Iain Rankin says he wants to rein in spending, the Progressive Conservative and NDP leaders say they plan to run deficits to address the province's needs.
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Ticats relish the opportunity to end lengthy Grey Cup drought at Tim Hortons Field
Brandon Banks and the Ticats are set to kick off the '21 season in Winnipeg on Thursday night.
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Saskatchewan’s PCC reports 33% annual increase in complaints against police officers
The Public Complaints Commission’s workload increased by approximately 33 per cent in 2020-21 in relation to the previous fiscal year.
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Rosie DiManno: For Andre De Grasse, Olympic gold brings tears of pure joy. Silver and bronze were never enough
There is a special breed of human beings who won’t ever be satisfied knowing there is someone else out there faster, stronger, higher. The Olympic 200-metre champion from Markham, Ont., is one of them, Rosie DiManno writes.
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COVID-19: 3 new cases in Kawarthas; Ross Memorial Hospital to host vaccine walk-in clinics at 4 sites
Ross Memorial Hospital continues its drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Lindsay Exhibition Fairgrounds and is also hosting four community walk-in clinics Aug. 11-13.
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Canadiens assistant coach Alex Burrows gets three-year deal
Burrows joined the Montreal coaching staff on Feb. 24 when Dominique Ducharme was appointed as the team's interim head coach.
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