Kingston Humane Society overwhelmed with animals after pandemic pet craze
The humane society says it's caring for a record number of animals following the pandemic pet craze. Now, they're asking for help through adoptions, fostering or donations.
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Hit and run at Bracebridge, Ont. restaurant under investigation
Officers are looking to identify a vehicle following a hit and run at a restaurant patio in Bracebridge, Ont.
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Over half of Canadian students see racial bullying in their schools, survey finds
More shocking than the findings on bullying and harassment, says a UBC professor, are the findings on how little some children have learned about racism in Canada.
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World Cup qualifying games being played in Edmonton: ‘Come be a part of history’
Herdman's visit to Edmonton to drum up interest in the November matches was timed to coincide with tickets going on sale Friday.
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Police seek information in targeted shooting at South Edmonton Common restaurant
Edmonton police are seeking information in a targeted shooting at a south-side restaurant earlier this month. 
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Winnipeg teacher placed on leave after racial slur used in classroom
The school division says it has sent support to the school to help students.
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N.B. nursing homes facing deadly fourth wave of COVID-19: association
Public Health is reporting that the PROMPT team is providing assistance to 19 locations in the province, including 12that have officially been declared outbreaks.
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As businesses begin slow rebound, retailers in Toronto’s PATH system continue to struggle
“The PATH needs a particular solution that is different from any other retail space in the country."
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Kingston Police charge two men for vandalizing transit bus
During October 16th's Homecoming street gathering in Kingston, a city transit bus was vandalized. Kingston Police say they've charged two men in relation to the crime.
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Kelowna’s old police site to be discussed in November public hearing
City staff said the proposal by Rise Commercial Developments includes 6,000 square feet of public amenity space, retail space and 10 storeys of rental housing.
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Ontario science table supports mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for hospital workers
The Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table shared their written response Tuesday to Premier Doug Ford's recent call for input on the issue.
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Putting criminal sentences in context promises a more equitable justice system
We shouldn’t wait for egregious cases to shake Canadians out of complicity. Instead, we should pay heed to efforts to reform justice systems that for far too long have permitted the over-policing of communities, ignored the social context of offenders, or have at times failed to comply with human rights standards outright.
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RCMP collaborating with Haitian, U.S. authorities after Canadian missionary kidnapped
A Canadian was among 17 Christian Aid Ministries missionaries who were abducted by the notoriously violent 400 Mawozo gang as they were leaving an orphanage on Sunday.
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Manitoba doctors increasingly prescribing antibiotics inappropriately, study finds
The over-prescription of antibiotics was more common among older doctors and doctors who saw more patients on a daily basis, the study found.
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COVID-19: 8 new deaths, 271 new infections in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says one ICU patient has been successfully transferred to Ontario and two more are in the process of being transferred on Tuesday.
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You can say woman and we can say person
What is so wrong with wanting to acknowledge the fact that trans men and non-binary people exist?
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Doug Ford’s Don Cherry moment on immigrants goes beyond mere thoughtlessness. It reveals so much more
There’s a difference between a slip of a tongue and sharing your unscripted thoughts, Shree Paradkar writes.
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Joel Embiid after Ben Simmons’ suspension: We don’t get paid to ‘babysit somebody’
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Ontario investigating workplace fatality at manufacturing facility in Dundas, Ont.
The province's ministry of labour says it has begun an investigation into the matter.
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Increased density, traffic worries opponents of proposed housing development in Penticton
Radec Group Inc., on behalf of Ryzak Holdings, is proposing to build 148 apartments and 71 townhouse units on the 6.6-acre parcel of industrial land.
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Heather Mallick: The world is made of money. You need to know how it works
The flow of finance that keeps people, systems, nations, and unities of nations afloat has rarely sloshed about so randomly.
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CN CEO Ruest to retire amid pressure from shareholder TCI
Ruest will also leave the board next year.
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COVID-19: 6 new cases for Peterborough area, 17 active; outbreak lifted at Lakefield Catholic school
More than 62,200 people have been tested for COVID-19 since the pandemic began, the health unit reports Tuesday.
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Restaurants still struggling as unemployment nears pre-COVID-19 levels: industry body
Although Statistics Canada says unemployment, in general, has returned to pre-pandemic levels, difficulties continue for the food service industry.
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North Shore leaders call for major transportation infrastructure improvements amid traffic woes
The group is meeting with the Mayors' Council and TransLink next Monday.
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Ontario coroner reviews cases of unidentified human remains for links to residential schools
Dr. Dirk Huyer says in many cases, his office has not fully investigated human remains when they are deemed to be more than 50 years old.
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COVID-19 restrictions: Changes to capacity limits coming for many B.C. venues
Capacity limits for B.C. event venues will soon be lifted when the province moves to the next phase of its vaccine-card program, the province's top doctor announced Tuesday.
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These countries are vaccinating children against COVID-19
Here is a list of some countries that have approved or are considering vaccinating children against COVID-19.
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Ralliement pour Montréal Leader Desjardins drops out of Outremont mayoral race
Neither Marc-Antoine Desjardins nor his party has announced why he is dropping out.
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COVID-19: Restrictions lifted in B.C. allowing full capacity for concerts, sports events, weddings and parties
This means the Canucks Oct. 26 home opener will be at full capacity.  
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Majority of Canadian students have witnessed racial bullying: Survey
Visible minorities are three times as likely to say they’ve experienced racial bullying, while Indigenous youth are twice as likely to have the same experience.
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Quebec Liberals support Canadiens' land acknowledgment; PQ opposed
Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade says it's the message that counts, even if there may be "facts to verify."
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Saskatchewan expands eligibility for COVID-19 booster dose
More Saskatchewan residents will be eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine booster shot starting this coming Monday.
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