Majority of council in favour of increasing Calgary mask bylaw fine to $500
The city's temporary face covering bylaw was brought into effect in August 2020 as a way to limit the spread of COVID-19. At the time, the fine for violating the bylaw was $50.
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Giant Tiger planning to increase store count to 300 amid COVID-19
The retailer has plans to increase its store count to 300 across the country, up from its current 259 locations, and is investing upgrades for both e-commerce and stores.
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3 teens aged 14 and under charged after drugs, guns seized: London, Ont., police
They seized several items including a rifle, two shotguns, three replica handguns, $104,200 worth of methamphetamine and $33,000 worth of fentanyl. 
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Federal public health agency doesn't know how many Canadians have received COVID-19 vaccines abroad
Amid a push to have as much of the Canadian population vaccinated as quickly as possible, the federal public health agency says it doesn't know how many Canadians have received COVID-19 vaccines in other countries.
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Attention turns to Bill 35, rental review as N.B. legislature set to return
The College of Psychologists and opposition parties have some pieces of government legislation in their crosshairs as the assembly is set to return.
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COVID-19: 17th death reported in Peterborough area; active cases fall to 65
Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Monday reports 15 COVID-19 inpatients — up one from Friday, May 7.
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‘We will be relentless in our hunt’: Metro Vancouver police vow to crack down on gang activity
"As members of the public, you are undoubtedly and obviously concerned," BC RCMP Asst. Comm. Dwayne McDonald said at a news conference.
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Free speech is not at risk by supporting changes to the Broadcasting Act
The outcry over updating The Broadcasting Act appear to be sustained by people whose ultimate goal is to kill the entire idea of Canadian cultural policy in the internet age.
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Suspicious fire causes $100k in damage on Adelaide Street: London police
The fire department was able to extinguish the flames and no injuries were reported, but police say damage is estimated at $100,000.
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New military judges will be required to take sexual assault law training
A senior government official told Global News that requiring new military judges to receive sexual assault law training is a priority for the government.
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Vaccine eligibility expands for at-risk conditions, essential workers, 40+ in London-Middlesex
The MLHU also says Ontario has added high-risk health-care workers to the list of those eligible to book a second-dose appointment with a shortened interval between doses.
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Man taken to hospital after being thrown from truck during crash in north Edmonton
The crash happened Monday at the intersection of 127 Street and 167 Avenue, where a heavily-damaged black truck was seen sitting on the sidewalk.
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London man, 61, facing arson charges in King Edward Ave. fire
Platoon chief Gary Mosburger told Global News at the time that most of the residents had evacuated before they arrived at the scene, except for one person with mobility issues.
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‘A lot of us are f- up’: Inside the crippling gig economy of relief pitching
The fungible relievers’ life drove Ryan Buchter deep into drinking and depression. After changing organizations 10 times in 14 seasons, he wants to evolve how baseball and its players deal with a growing mental health crisis.
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Enbridge’s claims about a Line 5 shutdown need to be challenged
An independent assessment of the impacts of closing Line 5 and the alternatives available, is needed before the Canadian government leaps to the pipeline’s defence.
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COVID-19: 147 new cases, 266 recoveries reported in Saskatchewan
The seven-day average of new COVID-19 case numbers in Saskatchewan is 204 — 16.7 new cases per 100,000.
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Rallies against anti-Asian hate to be held across Metro Vancouver Monday
The Stand With Asians Coalition has organized a number of events around Metro Vancouver on Monday. 
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Have your say: Is it time for the Sabres to trade Jack Eichel?
The injured Sabres captain wouldn’t commit to the struggling franchise, citing the way the team handled his season-ending neck injury.
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Ottawa Public Health reports 83 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths
Ottawa Public Health says more than 46 per cent of the eligible population in the city has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Monday.
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Waterloo Regional Police investigating hateful graffiti found in Kitchener
Police were called to an area around Greencroft Court on Friday after a resident reported finding the graffiti.
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Bruce Urban sells Saskatchewan Rush to Priestner Sports Corporation
The new owners of the Saskatchewan Rush, Priestner Sports Corporation, are also the owners of the Western Hockey League’s Saskatoon Blades.
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Starbucks Canada to offer all employees 3 paid sick days amid COVID-19
The move comes after Ontario announced a similar three-day sick leave policy that would reimburse employers up to $200 a day for what they pay out.
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Outdoor sports and recreation activities remain closed in Ontario. Here’s why experts say they should open safely
“We know much more than what we knew from the beginning at the pandemic. We know that transmission is significantly less in the outdoor setting,” Dr. Shahid Husain told the Star.
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Domestic flights account for 80% of COVID-19 cases among air travellers
Between April and May, 226 domestic flights had passengers who tested positive for COVID-19 compared to 50 planes entering Canada from an international route, federal data shows.
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BC AFN to hold engagement sessions on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls national action plan
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If this Toronto teacher used ‘common sense’ student Jeremiah Perry, 15, wouldn’t have drowned, Crown says at start of trial
Nicholas Mills’ defence argues Perry’s death was a tragic accident, saying the boy was watched over by three capable and responsible people the day he drowned in Algonquin Park.
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Montreal's own Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre keeps an eye on Canada's skies
Montreal's Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre is where to turn to when an eruption from half a world away can affect our own airspace and weather.
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Almost 36 per cent of Waterloo Region residents have had a dose of COVID-19 vaccine
On Monday, Waterloo Region's vaccine task force reported that there have now been 228,325 vaccinations given in the region, 7,696 more than it reported on Friday.
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Census 101: What to know about filling out the census during the pandemic
What do Canadians need to know to complete the first census ever delivered during a pandemic?
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Suspect charged by Steinbach RCMP in non-lethal shooting
A Steinbach man was taken to hospital in Winnipeg with non-life-threatening injuries after a shooting on the afternoon of May 5, Manitoba RCMP said.
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New Brunswick man, 77, dies in single-vehicle crash
Sunny Corner RCMP believe alcohol may have been a factor in the single-vehicle crash on Route 420.
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A total of 76 cases related to Kingston construction site COVID-19 outbreak
As of Monday, there were 45 people directly associated with the Pomerleau site at Princess Street and Midland Avenue. Of those people, six have recovered.
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Ukraine seizes first batch of Chernobyl-made alcohol in not-so-rad bust
The Chernobyl Spirits Company is dealing with the fallout of losing its first shipment of spirits made near the disaster site.
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All in this together? Greedy CEOs and corporations abuse our trust
‘The government should call out companies, especially big ones, that violated the spirit of the wage subsidy program. And it should tighten the rules for the remainder of the life of the program.’
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The Vancouver Sun launches two newsletters, Sunrise and West Coast Table.
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