Alec Baldwin movie set shooting: Authorities give latest ‘Rust’ investigation findings

The Santa Fe County Sheriff and the Santa Fe district attorney will provide the latest information about the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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The Zonta Club’s 16 Days of Activism is underway in Guelph
The public is encouraged to wear orange to support the end of gender-based violence. The Market Square will be lit in orange to support women and children facing violence.
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NACI to answer urgent plea for COVID-19 booster directives in face of Omicron
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is set to release new guidance this morning on the use of COVID-19 vaccine boosters as public health faces down the threat of the Omicron variant.
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Pledge Day an opportunity to help Calgary children in need during pandemic
Last year, Calgarians pledged $290,000 for programs supporting children in need, a need that has continued in the second year of the pandemic.
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Statistics Canada scheduled to unveil jobs numbers for November
Statistics Canada is scheduled to say this morning how the country's labour market fared last month.
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Montreal weather: The best thing about jacket weather is more pockets
In three out of four seasons, you know exactly where your keys are at all times.
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WHO says measures used against Delta should work for Omicron
Measures used to counter the Delta variant should remain the foundation for fighting the coronavirus pandemic, even in the face of the new Omicron version of the virus, World Health Organization officials said Friday, while acknowledging that the travel restrictions imposed by some countries may buy time.
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‘Epidemic of cybercrime’ underway in midst of pandemic: Security expert
Security experts say there's been an increase in cyberattacks during the pandemic, particularly toward healthcare infrastructure.
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5 things to know for Friday, December 3, 2021
A new update on third doses for COVID-19 vaccines, Canada-bound Afghan refugees in limbo, and flooding's devastating toll on livestock. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
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Toronto-area home sales top November record, prices reach all time high
The average home price in the region stretched to $1,163,323, an almost 22 per cent jump from $955,889 in November 2020.
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Christmas Fund: Francophone Anglophile dreams of a trip to England
Like most seniors, the COVID-19 pandemic kept Manon at home and feeling pretty lonely.
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Building and investing with community bonds
Bricks, mortar, and in two cases discussed today on “Responsible Investing,” community bonds.
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There is no ‘them,’ there is only us: Six lessons on disability inclusion in the workplace
Today is the International Day of People with Disabilities, and we are reminded that disability inclusion is something we should do for all of us.
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Canada’s health and settlement systems are failing newcomers. It’s time for a new system of care
The challenge is that an integrated approach is not being implemented at a scale that can successfully settle Canada’s incoming and recent migrants.
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Leafs mailbag: Times are good, but there’s still plenty of room on the bandwagon
Winning 15 of 17 is ridiculous, isn’t it? The Leafs lead the NHL with 17 wins — all of them in regulation or overtime. What could possibly go wrong? Read on.
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What should I say about the late-night parade of women at my neighbours’ place? Ask Ellie
Also, Ellie offers advice on how to handle a grandfather who feeds his grandson negative views about the boy’s father.
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Relishing Surrey’s new spice route: B.C.’s second largest city adds a diverse culinary trail
The Spice Trail includes some of Surrey’s already famous restaurants, but also highlights out-of-the-way mom-and-pop spots that might get overlooked.
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Let it snow, let it snow: What’s new on the Canadian slopes this winter
From British Columbia to Quebec, ski hills are rolling out the white carpet. Here’s what powder hounds can expect at Canada’s winter resorts.
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Travel news: Ontario experiences by rail, a connections-made-easier booking platform, Montreal’s wintry outdoor dance floor
Take the rail for weekend R&R close to home, fly to more destinations with Air Transat’s interlining tool, and bundle up — Igloofest is back.
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North Vancouver’s history gets its own spotlight with a new museum
MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver opens Dec. 4 with a collection of over 9,000 artifacts, art pieces and interactive displays.
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Survey on diversity in Canadian newsrooms lays bare a stark truth — they aren’t
Hiring practices, career development and promotion need reform in the overdue effort to make newsrooms more representative of the regions they serve.
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Charlie Angus reminds us that government’s can actually change things for the better
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Drams come true: Whisky is one of Scotland’s biggest exports — and a major tourist draw, too
Opened in September, Johnnie Walker Princes Street is Edinburgh’s latest visitor attraction — and part of an ambitious investment in whisky tourism.
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Iceland’s new hotel hot spot promises a champagne-stocked spa bar and an underground nightlife scene
The Reykjavik Edition is the latest in a partnership between Ian Schrager, the pioneer of boutique cool, and Marriott International.
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CHML Christmas Tree of Hope blitz weekend underway
Over six million dollars has been raised to help children and families in need in Hamilton, since the Christmas Tree of Hope campaign was launched in the 1970's.
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