New Zealand councillor who overturned murder conviction headed back to court for his motorhome
'The motorhome was legally sold in June of 2014 and the plaintiff was notified of the sale on or about that date,' reads the response. 
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Solving Ontario’s housing crisis starts with banning single-family zoning
Solving our home ownership and affordability crisis starts with getting more homes on the market fast. Ontario can trailblaze by eliminating exclusionary zoning in growing cities, Tim Hudak writes.
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What happened to… Ted Williams, the man with golden voice
On this episode of the Global News podcast What happened to…? Erica Vella finds out what happened to Ted Williams, the man with golden voice.
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Cabot Square project close to funding goal but a building is needed: Native Women’s Shelter director
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Quebec poised to report more than 1,800 new COVID cases: reports
The spike in new cases — many of which are reportedly occurring in Quebec's schools — will be the highest since mid-January of this year.
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Ginella Massa, unfiltered: Afro-Latina Muslim TV host speaks her truth
Episode 6 of First Generation, the Canadian Immigrant podcast series, features Ginella Massa - journalist, news anchor and Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award winner.
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‘Santa's last ride’: How COVID-19 has taken a toll on the North Pole
One national Santa booking company has turned down hundreds of requests: ‘Santa just can’t be in two places at the same time.’
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COVID-19 numbers skyrocket in Quebec with a reported 1,821 cases
Quebec is reporting an increase of 1,821 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the health ministry told CTV News — the highest number since April. Thirteen more people were admitted to hospital, most of them unvaccinated.
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Injury curse assails reeling Canadiens | HI/O Show
The panel talk about centre Christian Dvorak joining the team’s long list of walking wounded and the prospects of Habs legend Patrick Roy becoming the team’s head coach down the road.
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RCMP investigating homicide after man found dead inside Petit-Cap home
The RCMP in New Brunswick say they are looking for two people who fled the home before police arrived on scene.
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1 dead following mobile home fire north of Lindsay in City of Kawartha Lakes
Around 1:20 a.m. Thursday, emergency crews were called to a fire at a home on Park Street in the Joy Vista Estates, just north of Lindsay.
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Ontario science table recommends weekly rapid COVID tests in schools, workplaces in some areas
Ontario's group of expert advisers on COVID-19 is recommending health officials implement voluntary rapid testing in high infection settings such as schools and workplaces.
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Ont. science table recommends weekly rapid tests in schools, workplaces in some areas
The science advisory table says health officials should deploy rapid antigen tests in workplaces and congregate settings.
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COVID-19 mutations make pandemic trajectory unpredictable, experts say
COVID-19's ongoing mutations make the trajectory of the pandemic unpredictable, experts say, as nations get ready to battle the new Omicron variant.
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Marmora Public School closed till new year due to COVID-19 outbreak
Hastings Prince Edward Public Health has closed Marmora Public School until Jan. 3, 2022, due to a worsening COVID-19 outbreak at the school.
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Yelling may follow the latest Raptors loss but will it lead to a level of consistency?
Dropping a home game to the Thunder would rankle any time, doing in in the manner the Raptors did on Wednesday made it more unpalatable
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Weekend weather across Quebec calls for crampons … and rain boots
Regions in the north and west of the system's path will see major snowfalls while rain falls elsewhere.
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London, Ont. police seek missing man, 49
Jason Sims, 49, of London, was last seen in the area of Hickorystick Key and Hornbeam Gate, northeast of Fanshawe Park Road and Wonderland Road.
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Magic tricks with David Acer, SAQ strike, PQ's new logo | The Corner Booth podcast
Find new episodes of The Corner Booth on the Montreal Gazette YouTube channel.
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The case of a teacher accused of abusing 200 kids prompts Alberta to overhaul its disciplinary process — amid talk of a national registry for abusive educators
Alberta’s education minister says legislation is being worked on for the spring that would take the disciplinary process away from the Alberta Teachers’ Association.
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Report outlines how to protect millions of coastal Canadians at risk of flooding
Heavy rainfall and the resultant flooding in British Columbia and the East Coast have caused serious damage in recent weeks, but a new report suggests rising sea levels due to climate change pose a much greater risk flood risk for Canadians -- and little has been done to mitigate it.
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Study investigates COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, immune responses in First Nations communities
Researchers are hoping to learn how to help communities with certain living conditions to prepare for future epidemics.
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China calls Canada’s diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics a ‘farce’
In its response Thursday morning, China dismissed the latest diplomatic boycotts from Canada and the U.K., saying it "doesn't matter if their officials come or not."
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Why are countries boycotting the Beijing Olympics? Here’s what you need to know
China's extensive resume of alleged human rights violations has culminated a call to boycott the Olympics that are slated to take place in the country next year. Here's why.
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Gunfire reported at beach in Mexico's resort of Cancun
Gunfire broke out on a beach in Mexico's Caribbean coast resort of Cancun Tuesday, sending tourists scrambling for cover, but authorities said nobody appeared to be injured.
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Pointe-Claire councillors come under fire from residents
“If I had met him in the backroom of a garage in another city, then you should be severely concerned,” Eric Stork said of meeting developer.
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How the private space race is allowing NASA to explore new frontiers
The private space race has allowed NASA, and agencies like it, to turn their attention from Earth’s lower orbit and start planning for future missions, like Artemis.
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Canadian small businesses face labour shortage despite wage hike, report finds
Business owners have attributed the labour shortages to workers avoiding work in a public setting during the pandemic, as well as the previous federal COVID-19 income supports.
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Toronto Star Santa Claus Fund is an enduring symbol of what we stand for
Having spent about 26 Christmases watching the sports department delve deeply into it gives me a tremendous sense of pride, Star reporter Doug Smith writes.
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Small businesses automating to deal with worker shortage: survey
Canadian companies are said to be embracing technology to deal with worker shortage, though one critic says it’s really a shortage of ‘decent jobs.’
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