Ashton Dickson shooting: Ottawa police release new photos of witnesses

Ottawa police are asking the public for information on three new witnesses who might have information related to the death of Ashton Dickson.
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London Police Services Board votes to relocate funds to create crisis outreach support team
Four specialized officers will team up with local mental health workers to respond to some of the hundreds of mental health calls that London police deal with every month.
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Pattie Lovett-Reid: Five warning signs you are in over your head financially
How do you know you are in deep over your head financially? CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid on five warning signs you need to talk to an expert for help.
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Trump administration offered to pardon Julian Assange, lawyer says
The lawyer said Trump offered to pardon Assange if he identified the source for the 2016 election publications.
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Young Canadians have curtailed vaping during COVID-19, survey finds
The survey finds that young people have decreased vaping to five days per week from six, on average.
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Billions more for health care likely to top premiers’ wish list for throne speech
Quebec’s François Legault, Ontario’s Doug Ford, Alberta’s Jason Kenney and Manitoba’s Brian Pallister plan to hold a news conference in Ottawa on Friday to spell out what they hope to see in the speech.
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Winston Groom, author of ‘Forrest Gump’, dies at 77
Winston Groom, the writer whose novel ``Forrest Gump'' was made into a six-Oscar winning 1994 movie that became a soaring pop-cultural phenomenon, has died at age 77.
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Police seek possible victims of Quebec actor suspected of sexual assault
Longueuil police said that since they posted Ugochukwu's photo on social media Thursday, four potential victims have stepped forward.
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Pope seeks to 'liberate' Virgin Mary from the Mafia
Pope Francis is giving his blessing to a new Vatican think-tank that is seeking to prevent the Mafia and organized crime groups from exploiting the image of the Virgin Mary for their own illicit ends.
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Canada’s coronavirus cases are surging, but experts reject it’s a ‘second wave’
Experts say framing the rise and fall of COVID-19 cases in "waves" is inaccurate, and ignores how human behaviour is playing a role.
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Be aware of the holdover clause in your home sale listing agreement: Ask Joe
This clause says how long, after your listing expires, that you’ll have to pay a commission if you sell to someone who saw your home during the listing, writes Joe Richer
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What you need to know about Jamal Murray — the Canadian star taking over the NBA playoffs
The six-foot-four guard is on the verge of becoming not only Canada’s next great player — he may already have that title — but a full-fledged superstar for years to come. For those who are ready to jump on the bandwagon, here’s everything you need to know.
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Trump to block TikTok, WeChat downloads in U.S on Sunday: sources
The U.S. Commerce Department plans to issue an order Friday that will bar people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok.
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Woman critically injured after being hit by car in Scarborough
Emergency crews were called to Brimley Road and St. Clair Avenue East at around 6 a.m. Friday.
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Premiers likely to ask for billions more for health care ahead of feds’ throne speech
Quebec's Francois Legault, Ontario's Doug Ford, Alberta's Jason Kenney and Manitoba's Brian Pallister plan to hold a news conference in Ottawa to spell out what they hope to see in the speech.
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Schools set dates to transition from virtual to in-person learning — but is this legal?
School boards that offer virtual learning also give students the option to go back to the classroom, but only at certain dates throughout the year.
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5 things to know for Friday, September 18, 2020
Canada has surpassed 140,000 total cases of COVID-19, with 9,200 associated deaths.
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U.S. will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday
The U.S. Commerce Department plans to restrict access to TikTok and WeChat on Sunday as the Trump administration's executive orders against the two apps are set to take effec
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Before Theresa Allore's 1978 disappearance: The life she lived, the city she loved
Before she went missing in the Eastern Townships, Theresa Allore enjoyed a very Montreal upbringing. John Allore, co-author of a new book about the unsolved mystery surrounding his sister’s death, revisits her favourite haunts.
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Montreal weather: Perfect sleeping weather
Sun, clouds and a high of 14.
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How will this year's Rosh Hashanah be different from all others?
The pandemic means masks will be mandatory, hand sanitizing stations ubiquitous. Services will be condensed and choirs will be far smaller.
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‘Chronic speeders’ causing chaos on Manitoba roads: MPI
MPI says over the last two months, they've issued 143 serious driving offences — the majority of which involve drivers going at least 50 km/h over the speed limit.
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As Canada’s Jamal Murray excels in NBA Playoffs, commitment on and off court lauded
“He carried himself like a star. He carried himself like one of this team’s best players and most important pieces, and the Nuggets really took after his resolve and his resilience."
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Darkness and light: POP Montreal acts Lido Pimienta, Backxwash defy status quo
The Colombian-Canadian singer-songwriter and Zambian-Canadian metal-rapper are finalists for the Polaris Music Prize.
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Rick Zamperin: Can’t blame Raptors fans for worrying about the future of Masai Ujiri
In his season-ending news conference Thursday, the Toronto Raptors president said he will address contract negotiations with MLSE 'when it's time to address it.'
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The price of the pandemic on Montreal's economy
Six months into the crisis, it’s becoming clear what the city's economic strengths are — and why the weakest links have become so fragile.
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Facts and truth are antidotes to COVID-19 misinformation
The vitriolic fallout of a story about facts related to wearing masks underscores the importance of journalism and trusted information during a global pandemic, writes Bruce Campion-Smith.
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Should I let my daughter wear a crop top? Ask The Kit
First, you need learn how to talk to a teen, says The Kit’s editor-at-large
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Canada’s biggest airlines are offering free COVID-19 insurance for international travellers
WestJet and Air Canada are rolling out free COVID-19-related travel insurance to cover some international travellers, which critics charge is incentive to travel.
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My sister was wrong to hesitate before divorce, right? Ask Ellie
A writer asks Ellie if her sibling and her children would have been happier if she had ended the marriage years ago.
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Vancouver firefighters battle two residential building blazes
Two fires in Vancouver at almost the same time forced 45 people from their homes.
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Price of beef, vegetables increasing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Food prices are expected to end the year three to four per cent higher than at the beginning of 2020, experts say.
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Rant triggers feelings of affection for the 401
Is the 401 a “gauntlet of car filth” or a gateway to adventure?
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Surge in coronavirus cases forcing Trudeau to scale back on green ambitions: sources
Trudeau is expected to pledge federal money for child care, and to tailor the employment insurance program to cover all Canadians, including the self-employed
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Montreal police investigating three car fires in city’s west end
With the cause of the fire unclear, the case file has been transferred to the SPVM's arson squad.
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Heads-up: Police to crack down on distracted driving across Quebec
Numerous operations will be held Sept. 18-24 across Quebec to intervene with drivers distracted by the use of cell phones, portable electronic devices or a display screens.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Global virus cases top 30 million; U.N. warns 270M people are ‘marching toward the brink of starvation’; Israel returns to virus lockdown as cases mount
Meanwhile, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock has hinted that fresh restrictions on social gatherings in England could be announced soon as part of efforts to suppress a sharp spike in confirmed coronavirus cases.
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