B.C. conservation officers on patrol this Thanksgiving long weekend

‘(Conservation Officers) are conducting road checks and patrols throughout B.C. to ensure our environment, fish and wildlife resources are protected.’
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Toronto elementary closed for in-person learning after COVID-19 outbreak
McMurrich Junior Public School, near St. Clair and Oakwood avenues, was dismissed starting Monday from in-person learning for both staff and students.
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Ontario’s top doctor to hold press conference after Omicron detected in province
Dr. Kieran Moore is expected to speak about the cases of the Omicron variant, which were found in patients in Ottawa who had recently been in Nigeria.
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Delean: What changes, what doesn't, under RAMQ
No, the cutting of a tree because of the emerald ash borer is not eligible for a credit on your Quebec tax return.
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Manitoba surgery back-log sees couple dish out $16k for earlier appointment in Mexico
Pat and Irene Blaney spend most of their winters near Puerto Vallarta, but this year's trip to Mexico was more important to the Winnipeg couple than ever before. 
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History Through Our Eyes: Dec. 2, 1985, Bourassa's comeback
Nine years earlier, voters had sent Robert Bourassa packing after two terms as premier. On Dec. 2, 1985, they gave him a landslide victory.
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Downtown foot traffic up more than threefold since start of 2021, study shows
The increase in activity in downtown Montreal this year trails only New York City among a group of 23 North American municipalities.
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Montreal weather: Sunshine and blue skies
Mainly sunny with a northeast wind of 20 km/h, becoming light near noon.   
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Why won’t my husband push back against his ignorant sister? Ask Ellie
Also, a reader chastises a husband who finds it hard to forgive his wife.
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Time to rethink money beliefs you learned as a child
Beliefs learned about money in childhood die hard, but it’s never too late to adjust your attitudes — and it needn’t be complicated, Elaine Smith writes.
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Smart moves before the end of the tax year
Planning and good organization now can help reduce your tax burden for 2022, Lesley-Anne Scorgie writes.
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Is the end of the euro in sight?
The euro is unlikely to survive the changing economic and political realities in Europe, Russell Napier writes
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As we rebuild our economy, inclusive recovery is the next big challenge
Canadian employers need a workforce with the knowledge and skills to hit the ground running, even as the ground shifts under their feet.
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It’s giving season — how do you ensure your charitable donations will be used effectively?
A highly effective charity can produce about 100 times as much good per dollar as an average one. Here are a few evidence-backed recommendations.
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‘Known to police’ — secretive use of nonconviction data is undermining justice
Digital police repositories deny citizens the ability to see evidence brought against them, or challenge the secret decisions of unnamed actors.
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A sweet tale of COVID success at Chapman’s ice cream
‘Let’s add a tip of the old double-scoop ice-cream cone – waffle, if you please – to Chapman’s for its good corporate citizenship.’
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Heather Mallick: New Dostoyevsky biography shows we don’t have it so bad
It’s not a contest, but he still wins the misery stakes. I know writers suffer, but here they got CERB. Dostoyevsky got a Siberian prison sentence.
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Today's coronavirus news: Omicron variant arrives in Canada; Japan bans entry of foreign visitors
Meanwhile, the WHO is opening a long-planned special session of member states to discuss ways to strengthen the global fight against pandemics.
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Toronto police warn public about suspicious drug following two overdose deaths
Consumption of a suspicious drug cost two middle-aged men their lives on Sunday night.
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School-based vaccination clinics for kids begin rollout in Toronto, but not all parents on board
School vaccination clinics targeting priority neighbourhoods first before spreading across city.
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Superfan Nav Bhatia, Benedict Cumberbatch and Money Heist: Here’s what’s streaming on Netflix and more for Canadians this week
Also, Colton Underwood comes clean, a fruitcake-fuelled luxury life, and more.
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How to protect your investments from inflation
With the inflation rate eroding your purchasing power, we asked financial expert Ian Calvert how to ensure your investments keep pace.
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Canada supports plan for international pandemic treaty
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says Canada supports the development of a new global convention on pandemic preparedness and response that will be debated at a special meeting of the World Health Assembly today.
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Government set to introduce beefed-up bill banning conversion therapy
The federal government is preparing to table a new, tougher bill today in its latest effort to ban conversion therapy in Canada.
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Horoscope for Monday, Nov. 29, 2021
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