Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon has reopened, but it'll be slow going
It's one more step in a return to normal after the province's November flooding devastation.
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Mounties in Nova Scotia search for cremation urn stolen in recent break in
The Mounties say the stolen urn contained the ashes of the homeowner's late son, and a laptop, a television and jewelry were also taken.
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Winnipeg woman faces robbery, weapons-related charges after New Year’s Eve incident
Police have charged the 23-year-old woman with seven counts of robbery and weapon-related charges.
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Highway 1 through Fraser Canyon reopens to all traffic
At noon on Monday, all traffic resumed on Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon, restoring a critical route connecting the Lower Mainland to the B.C. Interior and North. 
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U.K. PM Johnson had a birthday party during lockdown, ITV News says
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a birthday party during the first COVID-19 lockdown in June 2020 when social gatherings indoors were banned, ITV News reported on Monday.
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Montreal’s Chinatown, threatened by development, to be granted heritage status
The designation requires owners to preserve the historic character of their buildings in Chinatown and to be granted approval before they can make significant changes.
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Man charged after rifle, drugs seized in traffic stop: London police
Police allege a search yielded a sawed-off .22 calibre rifle, 10 12-gague shotgun shells, two .22 calibre rounds, and several quantities of drugs.
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4 injured in helicopter crash southeast of Edmonton on Sunday
Two patients with traumatic injuries were flown by STARS to hospital and arrived in stable condition.
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Global Affairs Canada hit by 'cyber incident' same day warning about Russia was issued
Canada's foreign affairs department experienced a 'cyber incident' last week that is still under investigation and has left the organization without access to some 'internet-based services,' the federal government has confirmed. The 'incident' was discovered the same day the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security issued a bulletin warning about Russian state-sponsored cyber threat activity amid ongoing tensions with Ukraine.
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Fort McMurray teen dies, 2 others critically injured in northern Alberta collision
Wood Buffalo RCMP say the crash happened on Highway 69 east of the Fort McMurray airport turnoff on Saturday.
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Police investigating after robbery at medical facility in Mississauga
Officers are searching for suspects from a robbery at a medical facility in Mississauga.
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Carjacker wreaks havoc downtown: Winnipeg police
This morning Winnipeg police responded to a carjacker who wreaked havoc in the downtown area.
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Emergency crews respond to fire at Brampton high-rise
Peel Regional Police said a call came in shortly after 2 p.m. for reports of a fire in the area of Dixie Road and Clark Boulevard. 
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College says it has been asking Ontario government for help since 2019 to address doctor complaints
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is clashing with the government over who is responsible for doctors sharing unverified medical information on COVID-19 vaccines.
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Dense fog blamed for chain reaction crash in Enderby that left one dead
A dense fog that settled in the area had reduced visibility to nearly zero at the time of the crash, the RCMP said.
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Quebec punching below its economic weight, federal officials tell new minister
The regional economic development agency is the first government department to pro-actively release the briefing binders given to ministers after they were sworn in last October.
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Edmonton road crews addressing pooling water as snow-clearing efforts continue
Snow and ice are blocking catch basins, leading to pooling water on several Edmonton streets and sidewalks. The city said it is working to address the issue.
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COVID-19: MLHU reports 5 deaths over the weekend, hospitalizations tick lower
LHSC is caring for 143 inpatients with COVID-19, down from 147 a week ago. Of those, 23 are in adult critical care, compared to 21 a week ago.
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What is Canada's obligation under NATO in the face of Ukraine-Russia crisis?
In the face of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia crisis, NATO has played a prominent role in attempting to quell further escalations between Russia and the West. CTVNews.ca looks at what Canada’s obligations are to Ukraine as a member of NATO.
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Masking up London schoolkids with quality face coverings is aim of new GoFundMe
Since launching on Jan. 16, more than 50 donors have contributed to the GoFundMe campaign, raising just over $3,000 as of Monday afternoon.
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Man taken to hospital after crash involving Toronto police cruiser
In a tweet on Monday, Toronto police said the collision occurred in the Kipling Avenue and Beaconshill Road area. 
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'Pickling' explains how a fetus was preserved in the world's first known pregnant mummy, researchers say
New details are emerging about a discovery that stunned researchers last year, when they found a fetus preserved within a pregnant Egyptian mummy.
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Aylmer man loses $141,000 in cryptocurrency scam: police
Aylmer Police are investigating after they say a man lost $141,000 in a Bitcoin cryptocurrency scam over the span of half a year.
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Nova Scotia reports 5 more COVID-19 deaths, outbreak at Northwood nursing home
The province also reported 15 new hospital admissions and seven discharges, for a total of 92 active COVID-19 hospitalizations.
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Blaine, U.S. business charging Canadians storage fees for packages stored longer than six weeks
As of Jan. 3, any packages at Hagen's of Blaine for 45 days or longer will be charged 50 cents per day per package.
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Toronto teen, 15, found with knives following altercation in Peterborough: police
Officers responded to reports of a physical altercation in the area of Brock and Aylmer streets.
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Indigenous non-profit group seeks ownership stake in Trans Mountain Pipeline
Nesika Services publicly launched Monday, calling itself a grassroots, community-led not-for-profit.
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Alberta health minister to announce EMS relief measures Monday
Health Minister Jason Copping will be joined by fellow MLAs and Alberta Health Services officials Monday afternoon to announce EMS supports in the province.
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Manitoba records 23 new deaths, record high COVID-19 hospitalizations
Manitoba has updated the number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19, hitting a record high of 716 — 51 more than the number registered on Friday.
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B.C. Human Rights Tribunal dismisses complaint against Loblaws over masks
The shopper alleged he was stopped from entering a Loblaws store in early October 2020 and was yelled at "in front of crowds" to wear a mask. 
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Bells at a revitalized Annex playground were a big hit with kids — until a neighbour complained
City staff say they received a noise complaint shortly after the playground opened and that the musical panel was “mistakenly installed.”
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Vancouver Canucks name first ever female assistant general manger
Émilie Castonguay was named in the role on Monday from Momentum Hockey where she became the first female NHLPA Certified Agent in Canada in 2016.
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Restaurant worker makeover: Why so many are leaving the service industry
With several sudden lockdowns and pandemic financial hardships, many workers explored new skills and moved to other industries.
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What the Puck: Great to see new-look Canadiens take a stand on racism
The Habs' strong statement condemning discrimination after an ugly incident involving Jordan Subban is a step in the right direction.
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Kelowna Peak Pride kick off weekend beats the winter blues
'Peak Pride is our winter pride festival,' said Dustyn Baulkham, executive producer at Rebellious Unicorns.
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Local long-snapper Mike Benson re-signs for second season with Blue Bombers
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have extended a one-year contract with Mike Benson, who will return to the club as a long-snapper and reserve linebacker for a second season.
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Newcomer to Canada barely survives unprovoked stabbing in downtown Tim Hortons
The 25-year-old victim was waiting to order at the coffee shop inside Harbour Centre at about 6:20 a.m. Saturday when he was stabbed repeatedly
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Full-court press works for the Raptors but here’s why they can’t use it all the time
The press works in college, but at the NBA level the risk often isn’t worth the reward despite what we saw against Portland
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Living the Dream – a return to the resort vacation
Sunwing vacations are worry-free with change policy
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Former judge to review call from suspended Alberta justice minister to police chief
Kenney suspended Madu from his justice duties last week after the phone call was revealed in media reports.
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17 cases of COVID-19 in St. John’s homeless shelter, hospitalizations reach new high
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