Althia Raj: Justin Trudeau is about to call opposition leaders. Here’s what he’s likely to hear


By delaying the return of Parliament until Nov. 22, Trudeau has ensured there will be less time for debate in the House, Althia Raj writes.
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Brett Brochu and Luke Evangelista named to Team Canada world junior selection camp
Team Canada will begin its 2022 world junior selection camp on Dec. 9 in Calgary.
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New hospital being built in Mississauga, facility to be expanded in Toronto
Premier Doug Ford says together, the projects will add more than 500 hospital beds to the province.
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Peterborough police warn of porch pirates following latest parcel theft
Peterborough police say a vehicle was reportedly following a delivery van and the driver of the vehicle was seen grabbing a package that had been left on the front porch of a home.
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N.S. called on to do more to help vulnerable pregnant women after ending birth alerts
A Nova Scotia advocacy group is calling on the province to offer more resources to vulnerable expectant families after the government ended its use of birth alerts.
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MLHU warns passengers who used Megabus over the weekend to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms
The Middlesex London Health Unit is warning travellers who were on a Megabus from London to Toronto and Toronto to Niagara Falls that they have been exposed to COVID-19.
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Almost 1,000 COVID-19 unvaccinated TDSB staff still working at schools while waiting for exemptions
"Final decisions on many of these requests will be shared in the upcoming weeks."
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Montreal police seek help in locating missing 79-year-old
Domenico Discenza stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He may be confused and disoriented.
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Yellowstone star’s bad guy turn a good thing for star with ‘evil face’
Vancouver-based actor John Emmet Tracy plays a villain in a suit among a bunch of cowboys in the hit Paramount Network TV series
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Case of eastern Ontario doctor charged with murder adjourned to January
Dr. Brian Nadler is accused of killing 89-year-old Albert Poidinger at the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital earlier this year.
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Young Canadians file court challenge calling for federal voting age to be lowered
A group of young people from across Canada has filed a court challenge arguing that the federal voting age should be lowered.
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Internationally known comedian, poet announced for 2022 gigs at The Burt
India's biggest English-speaking comedian, Vir Das, and acclaimed Canadian poet Rupi Kaur will both be making stops at the Burton Cummings Theatre in 2022.
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Omicron variant: WHO expects more information on transmission ‘within days’
More information on the Omicron COVID-19 variant could come within days rather than weeks, World Health Organization officials said.
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B.C. storm: 3rd atmospheric river pounds province
The third atmospheric river will bring heavy rain to B.C.'s south coast on Wednesday.
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COVID-19: N.S. suspends out-of-province travel for kids under 12 taking part in sport, art events
Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, said the province is seeing spread of COVID-19 among children taking part in these types of events.
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Hockey Canada announces world junior hockey team selection camp roster
Hockey Canada will choose its 25-player roster following selection camp Dec. 9-12 in Calgary. Canada opens the IIHF men's under-20 tournament Dec. 26 in Edmonton.
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Aspiring Metro Vancouver comics to get a welcome lift
Q&A: Veteran standup Kyle Berger on the upcoming four nights of Rise of the Next Comic! at the Roxy
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Classical music: Holiday season offerings bounce back this month
There’s a sense that things are returning, if not quite to normal, then at least to a rich mix of live and hybrid events
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‘A critical state’: Christmas tree farmers say shortage is a reality
All across North America supply shortages are being felt, driven by an increased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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‘I don’t like it’: Quebec health minister says of spike in COVID-19 cases
While cases soared above the 1,000-mark last week, the last time they were higher was was on April 24, when 1,198 infections were recorded.
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There are now 763 Ontario schools with reported COVID cases
Nearly 16 per cent of schools in Ontario have a reported case of COVID-19, with 185 new cases Wednesday. The province says 13 schools have closed due to outbreaks or operational considerations.
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Canada will have vaccine booster supply if NACI recommends wider usage: PM
As the federal government awaits new advice on prioritizing COVID-19 booster shots in light of concerns over the Omicron variant, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that should the call come to expand access, the supply will be there.
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OSC failed to alert public to many potentially risky investments: auditor general report
Lysyk's office found that in almost half of the cases it analyzed the OSC had sufficient information to issue a warning about potentially harmful activity to investors, but didn't.
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Connor Bedard invited to Team Canada’s world junior selection camp
Connor Bedard was named the Western Hockey League’s top rookie for the 2020-21 season, putting up 28 points in 15 games.
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Durham area school boards dealing with vaccination ‘misinformation campaign’
A Durham Region school board has been fielding dozens of phone calls from concerned parents after false information was posted online about COVID-19 vaccine clinics in schools.
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Peterborough Regional Health Centre reports high emergency department and inpatient volumes
Dr. Lynn Mikula: 'The hospital continues to work hard to create additional space and capacity in order to continue accommodating patient needs'
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Canada-wide arrest warrant issued for man wanted in Millbrook, N.S., homicide
Valdo Pauyo, 27, of Millbrook has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 42-year-old man from Sipekne'katik First Nation.
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Pot products often out of stock in Ontario because of inaccurate forecasting: report
Ontario's auditor general says some cannabis products are often out of stock because the province's pot retailer is inaccurately forecasting inventory levels.
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More periods of intense rain forecast for Southern Interior mountain passes
Environment Canada issued warnings Wednesday for significant rainfall on B.C.'s Interior mountain passes.
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Winnipeg police hire new advocate for families of missing, murdered Indigenous women
Police said Wednesday that based on the recommendations of the national inquiry into MMWIG, they hired a family support and resource advocate.
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Dubé guarded about easing COVID-19 restrictions for Christmas
"We have to be careful, and I am not just referring to the new variant."
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