Armenia, Azerbaijan agree on ceasefire to end renewed deadly border clashes

The ceasefire declaration followed two days of heavy fighting that marked the largest outbreak of hostilities between the two longtime adversaries in nearly two years.
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The Quebec Liberal Party will retain official opposition status
CTV News has declared The Quebec Liberal Party will retain its official opposition status.
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François Legault’s Coalition Avenir Québec wins another majority government
Global News declared the victory Monday night after a five-week election campaign that saw party leaders crisscross the province in hopes of appealing to voters.
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‘Life and death’ marathon walk helps Calgary man recover after heart attacks
A Calgary man is on a five-year quest to walk every street in the city. The two-time heart attack survivor says it's 'a different experience every day.'
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‘It wrecked everything for everybody,’ Calgary mall bans students during the day
As of Monday, students from two Calgary high schools have been banned from the local mall. 'We're not gonna have anywhere to go at lunch. It's just not fair to us, to be honest.'
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Legault wins 2022 Quebec election with a majority government
Francois Legault has been elected for a second mandate as Quebec premier with a majority government, CTV News has declared.
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U.K. energy firm denies cutting B.C. ‘primary forests’ for wood pellets
Drax Group responds to BBC investigation, says forests are not being harvested for biomass energy
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Alberta Court of Justice: Provincial court to get new name in 2023
The name change was requested by the court and the Alberta government said it better describes the relationship between citizens and the justice they seek from the court.
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UBCO students express concern over possible transit strike
First Transit and the union that represents Kelowna transit employees are set to meet at the bargaining table on Tuesday – a day before the bus drivers' strike deadline.
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Change to census question raises concerns over language data, expert says
The national statistics agency flipped the order of two questions related to which language Canadians spoke at home on a regular basis and which languages they spoke most often.
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Families of missing, murdered Indigenous women speak out
A lack of coordination between jurisdictions, apathy, mean cases of missing and murdered women are still falling through the cracks say families
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North Korea fires missile over Japan
North Korea on Tuesday fired a ballistic missile over Japan, its neighboirs said, escalating tests of weapons designed to strike key targets in regional U.S. allies amid stalled nuclear diplomacy.
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B.C. study links policy changes and logging patterns, shows targeting of old growth
Climate change is compounding the historical loss of B.C.'s old-growth forests in areas where the highest-value trees have already targeted first, a new study shows.
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CAQ looking to end Liberals' hold in Vaudreuil
Quebec Liberals have held Vaudreuil through nine elections, dating back to 1989.
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Teenage boy killed in hit-and-run on Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation: RCMP
EMS provided first aid but RCMP said despite the life-saving efforts, the 16-year-old boy from Alexis First Nation northwest of Edmonton died of his injuries.
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‘A travesty of justice’: MMIWG2S families call for more police accountability in B.C.
The gut-wrenching cases of Tatyanna Harrison, Chelsea Poorman, Noelle O'Soup and Ramona Wilson have broken hearts across British Columbia.
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2022 edging closer to record-breaking homicide year in Winnipeg
Currently, 41 Winnipeggers have lost their lives to violent crime in the city this year. The previous record was 44 homicides set in 2019.
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Coal Mine Theatre to announce new location
The Toronto east-end company was badly damaged by a fire in early September.
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Avian flu impacts poultry producers amid Thanksgiving turkey demand
Alberta is bearing the brunt of the avian flu outbreak in Canada. Cases are rising steadily and has consumers wondering if poultry shortages are imminent.
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Hamilton, Ottawa police make arrests after unsanctioned weekend homecoming parties
Hamilton police estimate up to 6,000 people gathered in the Westdale and Ainslie Woods neighbourhoods near McMaster University on Saturday.
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Have your say: What are your expectations for Nick Robertson this season?
It’s looking more and more like 21-year-old Nick Robertson will crack the opening-night lineup for the Leafs.
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‘Unprecedented’ demand for emergency veterinary services in Edmonton area
"We essentially always have folks here waiting to be seen (24-hours a day)," said an Edmonton-area vet who is seeing an unprecedented demand for veterinary services.
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Families from Treaty 4 Saskatchewan left with unanswered questions about murdered loved ones
Families of two young women from Saskatchewan communities in Treaty 4 territory continue to search for answers after their loved ones went missing and died in British Columbia.
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Researchers explore misinformation during Quebec election campaign
A group of researchers at McGill University conducted a study into online misinformation and the possible effects on the provincial election campaign.
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Province doubles community transition teams for offenders but B.C. Liberals say crime out of control under NDP government
Doug LePard and Amanda Butler's report validated concerns by local politicians that violent crime is going up.
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Canada's first pledge ceremony to King Charles opens fall agenda at B.C. legislature
New Liberal MLA Elenore Sturko is the first elected official in Canada to pledge an oath to King Charles since the recent death of the queen.
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Prime minister to testify at Emergencies Act inquiry
CTV News has learned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be called to testify about his government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in response to anti-mandate Freedom Convoy protests in February.
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‘Hazara genocide’: Women in Afghanistan protest as death toll in suicide attack on school rises
UN says 53 killed, predominantly girls, in the Kabul incident that has sparked global protests.
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Live – Quebec election results: 45% of eligible voters have cast ballots so far; polls close at 8 p.m.
Surveys point to another decisive CAQ victory but other parties are hoping for some upsets.
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What if Musk loses his Twitter lawsuit but defies the court? Here’s what may happen
Elon Musk hopes to win the case that's headed for an October trial, but the consequences of him losing badly has raised concerns about how the court would enforce its final ruling.
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N. Korea fires ballistic missile that flew over Japan
The launch is the latest weapons test by North Korea in an apparent response to military drills between South Korea and the United States.
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North Shore Rescue frustrated by government night-flight limitations
North Shore search-and-rescue team allowed flights with night-vision goggles, but not allowed to hoist victims by helicopter after dark.
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Province announces up to 70 new winter shelter spaces in Lethbridge
"It matches a lot of the plans the city already had in place and just gives us more synergies in how we're moving forward."
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North Korea fires missile towards the east, say South Korean and Japanese officials
The Japanese government warned citizens to take cover after its coast guard reported on a suspected missile launch by North Korea.
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Have your say: Are you worried about coyote attacks in the GTA?
There are reports of several “aggressive” coyotes spotted in Scarborough, say Toronto police.
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Second doses of monkeypox vaccine available in B.C. this week
More than 19,000 doses of Imvamune have been administered to those most at risk of contracting the virus in B.C.
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Saskatoon pharmacy looking to tackle kid’s Advil, Tylenol shortage
Saskatoon's Nanogram Pharmacy and Alberta pharma tech company, KemNet Inc. are working together to give Saskatchewan residents access to kids' medications amid an ongoing shortage.
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Alberta government funding non-profit group to attract international students
The province says the Alberta Bureau for International Education is to showcase the innovation and strength of post-secondary institutions across the province.
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