Coronavirus: Hamilton reports 23 new COVID-19 cases, outbreak at SPINCO over
An outbreak at a Hamilton gym that accounted for 85 coronavirus cases is now over.
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COVID-19: Kelowna city hall gets hit with 'plandemic' graffiti
“This behaviour is criminal and we will be following all leads to determine who did this graffiti," RCMP said
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Rocker Éric Lapointe sentenced to probation for assault on woman
He will be left with no criminal record if he follows the conditions of his probation.
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New Brunswick Couple Pulls Off COVID-Safe Wedding At Canada-U.S. Border
For Lindsay Clowes and her husband Alex Leckie, getting married in a pandemic was not exactly on their bucket list. The couple of six years tied the knot at the St. Stephen Wharf in New Brunswick surrounded by 63 other loved ones — socially distanced and separated by the Canada-U.S. border on Oct. 10.They initially postponed the wedding to 2021, but after their original wedding date passed, the two decided they couldn’t wait any longer to tie the knot. With Clowes’ family in Maine, she decided to get creative while still pulling off a COVID-safe celebration.“I joked around about having a Plan B for getting married in the middle of the river on a boat,” Clowes told HuffPost Canada. “Then watching our wedding date go by, Alex and I sat down and asked ‘what do we both want?’ ‘What works for us?’ and we came up with a plan with our family for the wharf in St. Stephens.”Even the bride’s grandparents made an appearance by boat. For more scenes from their creative ceremony, check out the video above.Cheers to the newlyweds! RELATED Separated By The Pandemic, This Couple Got Married At The Canada-U.S. Border I Drove Through Canada With U.S. Licence Plates. It Didn't Go Well. Then & Now: 26 Photos Show How 2020 Has Changed The World As We Know It
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Canadians are feeling pandemic fatigue. Experts say ‘greater good’ message isn’t enough
The challenge now -- both for people and policymakers -- is tackling it.
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B.C.’s police watchdog closes investigation on injury at Penticton jail cells
RCMP found the man in medical distress and called for an ambulance to take him to hospital, according to the IIO.
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6 ridings in Sask. election too close to call due to high volume of mail-in ballots
Some tight races were too close to call on election night, given the high number of mail-in ballots that could potentially swing them.
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Rights of woman who is deaf, blind breached by how student loan administered: Ontario court
But Superior Court Justice Lorne Sossin says the Canada Student Loan Program is not itself discriminatory because it already includes mechanisms and discretionary powers to remedy the additional debt some students with disabilities may accrue.
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Coronavirus: Kelowna City Hall spray-painted with anti-lockdown messages
The graffiti appeared a day after the provincial health officer announced a limit on gatherings in private homes to no more than your immediate household plus your "safe six."
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The BC Liberals are looking for a new leader. Here are some possibilities
The BC Liberal party is searching for a new leader for the second time in three years.
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9 new COVID-19 cases reported in Waterloo Region, total reaches 2,092
There has been an average of 12.42 new COVID-19 cases per day over the past seven days in Waterloo Region.
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How COVID-19 is widening disparity in children’s developmental potential
As a pediatrician in the public school system, I have seen students — those at the highest risk of academic and developmental difficulties — disproportionately disadvantaged by the education system.
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New Brunswick basketball coach facing charge of making child pornography
RCMP say charges against volunteer basketball coach Shawn Curtis Nickerson stem from alleged incidents occurring between December 2018 and January 2020. 
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Saskatchewan sees 56 new recoveries as active coronavirus cases hit new high
Saskatchewan health authorities say there are 58 new coronavirus cases in the province, with 652 active cases and 2,164 total recoveries.
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Feds provide Vancouver with $51.5 million for affordable housing, $16 million for Surrey
The funding is part of a new $1 billion Rapid Housing Initiative announced by the federal government on Tuesday to create up to 3,000 new permanent, affordable housing units across the country.
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COVID-19: Here's what to know about B.C.'s second wave
British Columbians have proven that we can flatten the COVID-19 curve – and it's time to do it again.
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Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on Oct. 27
Here are the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Tuesday.
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N.S. appoints members to Council on African Canadian Education after months-long delay
In September, Churchill said responding to COVID-19 and preparing for reopening schools was to blame for the delay in filling vacant seats on the council.
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NDP says Alberta government must ‘do more,’ like increasing non-restrictive COVID-19 measures
NDP Leader Rachel Notley outlined six "non-restrictive" measures that the Opposition believes the government should immediately put into place.
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RCMP launch code of conduct probe in B.C. over violent arrest caught on video
The video circulating on social media shows an officer kicking and punching a man on the ground while another officer is trying to handcuff him.
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In 2020's wildest twist, Céline Dion is set to act in a romantic drama
Our hearts will go on, but they're palpitating.
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Legault tells Trudeau to focus on keeping Canadian border closed
Quebec premier also put his foot down in response to the threat of gym owners to defy COVID-19 closing rules.
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MPP Sam Oosterhoff’s gathering refused to follow COVID-19 rules, restaurant says
Seven new coronavirus cases confirmed in Niagara Tuesday
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Vinay Menon: 50 Cent’s un-endorsement of Donald Trump is a rap Joe Biden must love
A Wikipedia page that tracks Biden’s celebrity endorsements is now longer than “War and Peace.”
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Is the new Allbirds apparel line the future of fashion?
The sustainable shoe brand is coming for your clothing hangers
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Airport testing should come to Toronto if Calgary pilot project is successful, Doug Ford says
Ford said if the pilot project is successful, international travellers coming to Toronto should have the option of reducing their quarantine time if they are willing to get tested. 
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New Brunswick Greens and People’s Alliance to receive official party status
Under the legislature's standing rules, a party must win five seats or 20 per cent of the vote to be recognized as an official party. Neither the Greens or the People's Alliance met those benchmarks.
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Long-standing Petitcodiac welding shop destroyed by fire
A Petitcodiac business has been destroyed. 'Within a half an hour it was just gone,' said Kevin Bannister of Woodman's Welding and Machine Ltd.
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Calgary police release sketch of Parkdale sexual assault suspect in hopes of identifying him
On Sept. 27, an unknown man approached a woman walking near 1 Avenue N.W. and 25 Street N.W.
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Quebec Airbnb Party Busted, 83 Students Each Fined $1,000
There are bad choices during the COVID-19 pandemic, and then there are REALLY bad choices.This is the latter. Quebec police are investigating after a whopping 83 students disobeyed literally every piece of COVID-19 messaging out there by partying in an Airbnb in one of the province’s hardest hit areas this past weekend. According to the Police MRC des Collines Twitter account, the students were fined $1,000 each. Zone rouge COVID19- 25 octobre. 83 personnes identifiées dans un Airbnb de Chelsea lors d’une fête. Tous des étudiants. 1000$ d’amende chacun. Dossier tjrs sous enquête #policemrc— PoliceMRCdesCollines (@Police_MRC) October 26, 2020“83 people identified in an Airbnb in Chelsea having a party. All students. $1,000 fine for each. The investigation continues,” the tweet in French said.That’s $83,000 in total fines for one party, if you’re keeping track. The party took place in Chelsea, a small municipality just north of Gatineau near the Quebec-Ontario border. Police responded around 2 a.m. after calls from neighbours, and while 83 people were fined inside the Airbnb, they reported other individuals fleeing the scene. Airbnb has also said they will crack down on partying in the company’s rentals. The company announced a “global party ban” on Aug. 20, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The policy limits occupancy to 16 people maximum in a single home.WATCH: Quebec premier says some measures will stay longer. Story continues below. “Guests will be informed about Airbnb’s party rules and informed that they may be legally pursued by Airbnb if they violate our policy,” the ban states.Of course, that number is even higher than the current regulations in the Gatineau area. The city and surrounding region are currently under level four (red) alert, Quebec’s maximum COVID-19 alert level. That means private gatherings are banned both in and outdoors, and visitors from outside the household are prohibited, with a few exceptions.The City of Gatineau and the surrounding area were moved to the red alert level on Oct. 11. There have been 2,264 total cases of COVID-19 and 40 deaths in the region as of Oct. 26.  So, definitely not a party zone at the moment. RELATED What You Need To Know About Thanksgiving, According To An Infectious Diseases Expert ‘SNL’s’ Canadian News Show Features 'Drake Watch,' Céline, Bagel Slander Atlantic Canada Reaping Economic Benefits Of Creating Their Own Bubble
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