Austrian chancellor steps down to save coalition amid corruption probe

His resignation is more a matter of form than substance in terms of policy. He plans to stay on as his party's leader and become its top lawmaker in parliament.
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Jets blow third period lead, lose to Minnesota in overtime
Joel Eriksson Ek's third goal of the night in overtime gave Minnesota a wild win.
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Wearing a mask won’t affect children’s performance on the ice: USask study
The study looked at the affect mask wearing had on youth between nine and fourteen playing hockey, and found it had no affect on their performance.
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Pedestrian killed in collision Tuesday night, marking second death in one day
This marked the second pedestrian death in Toronto on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, a 17-year-old girl was killed in a collision in Scarborough.
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RCMP: Lac du Bonnet teen arrested after armed carjacking ends in rollover
An 18-year-old from Lac du Bonnet was arrested after an armed carjacking ended in a rollover.
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Fatal motorcycle accident in Richmond leads to road closure
Westminster Hwy between Fraserwood Place and Graybar Road is closed. 
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Montreal hospital visitors require proof of vaccination but exceptions apply
The rule applies to health care centres including hospitals, long-term care homes, clinics and seniors residences. But different institutions have different exceptions.
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Ralliement pour Montréal leader bows out of municipal elections weeks after party merger
Desjardins said he was "totally disassociating himself from the Mouvement Montréal party, its leader and remarks he made on Oct. 12, 2021."
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U.S. Capitol insurrection panel votes to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in contempt
Trump has aggressively tried to block the committee's work by directing Bannon and others not to answer questions in the probe, while launching a lawsuit against lawmakers.
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Nothing goes right for Canadiens in humbling 5-0 loss to Sharks
Special teams continue to plague Montreal, as the team goes 0-for-2 on the power play and gives up two more short-handed goals.
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens shut out by San Jose Sharks 5-0
To release talent, sometimes you start with adrenaline which, when engaged, frees your mind. This club does not have a free mind at all, Brian Wilde writes.
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Mike Nickel fails to win Edmonton mayoral race as opponents say ‘stop with the polarization’
Nickel finished second to Amarjeet Sohi, earning nearly 60,000 votes, finishing with 25 per cent support.
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Police seek suspects after teen fatally stabbed outside Côte-des-Neiges school
“What can be said? It’s devastating,” said Sarah Mekonen, an outreach worker who works with youths in the neighbourhood.
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Doctor, NDP say politics guide Saskatchewan government’s COVID-19 response
Dr. Alex Wong, an infectious disease physician, stated he believes political reasoning prevents elected officials from implementing proper health guidelines.
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Trudeau’s claim residential school records released ‘not accurate,’ says truth and reconciliation centre
Trudeau said all government documents related to residential schools have been turned over to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. The centre says that's not the case.
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Officials investigating after vandalism at Lake Country washrooms
The District of Lake Country said soap dispensers were burned and doors were wrenched off of their hinges in Swalwell Park’s washrooms in mid-October.
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Quebec will push not to lose seat in House of Commons
Seat redistribution would see province go from 78 to 77 seats and from 24.35 per cent of the seats in the House to 22.51 per cent in 2024.
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Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing man last seen nearly 3 months ago
RCMP say it’s believed Benjamin Matthews was last seen in the Assiniboia, Sask., area on July 23, 2021.
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