Nathaniel Carrier admits to killing his parents, son in Prince Albert, Sask.
Nathaniel Carrier pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder, one count of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.
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Interest rates are holding steady. Here’s what that means for inflation, housing
The Bank of Canada did not move its key interest rate on Wednesday, but there are other factors at play that could affect housing prices and inflation on the cost of goods.
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U.S. Fed signals rate hike as soon as March to fight inflation
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it plans to begin raising its benchmark interest rate as soon as March.
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Barr Brothers frontman Brad Barr answers the call on solo album
Not for the first time in the Montrealer's career, serendipity played a starring role in The Winter Mission.
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COVID-19: MLHU reports 6 more deaths, LHSC caring for 163 COVID inpatients
The deaths involved five men and one woman ranging in age from their 50s to their 80s. Half were unvaccinated and the other half had had either two or three doses of vaccine.
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Ukraine needs Canada to send ‘defensive weapons’ amid Russian standoff: official
Ukraine is grateful for Canada's support, but more can be done, said Oleksiy Danilov, the secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council.
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Significant police presence shuts down parts of Airdrie neighbourhood, pathway
RCMP are advising the public to avoid the police presence in the Willowbrook neighbourhood, adding there is no threat to the public at this time.
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Ottawa making plans for trucker convoy arrival
As the trucker convoy continues its journey across the country towards Parliament Hill, Ottawa police say they are making plans in the event that the demonstration turns violent, or becomes a 'multi-day event.'
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Former Olympian Elvis Stojko part of Regina Frost on Ice dance theatre performance
Canadian Olympic medalist Elvis Stojko will be part of the lineup in Frost Regina's ice skating performance next month.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 6 deaths, nearly 500 health staff isolating
The six deaths include a person in their 40s. There are currently 489 health-care workers who have tested positive for the virus and are isolating.
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Man arrested for random stabbing of tourist inside Vancouver Tim Hortons
David Richard Morin, 27, was taken into custody near Granville and Helmcken streets on Tuesday around 4 p.m., Vancouver policed said in a release.
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Death toll climbs to 346 in Waterloo Region as 4 more deaths reported Wednesday
Waterloo Public Health reported four new COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday, lifting the death toll in the area to 346, including 33 victims in January.
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Ontario’s next election campaign is coming to your smartphone
Ontario’s June 2 election campaign will be contested heavily in the digital arena on smartphones thanks to the uncertainties around COVID-19.
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Little Ray’s hopes fundraiser will cover shortfalls as pandemic threatens Hamilton reptile centre
A local animal rescue and education centre is trying to raise $500,000 to keep the lights on.
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Police arrest suspect in unprovoked Tim Hortons stabbing
David Richard Morin, 27, was arrested near Granville and Helmcken Streets Tuesday afternoon. He remains in custody after a court appearance Wednesday.
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Why are some shelves empty at Canadian supermarkets?
While some Canadians are reporting empty shelves in grocery stores across the country, experts say this is due to ongoing supply chain issues that began at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, not because of the federal government's vaccine mandate for truckers.
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ROMA conference highlights rural opportunities, Minister Steve Clark offers $28 million to help
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An outraged Peter Dinklage is right to question why Disney is remaking ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’
By casting Rachel Zegler in the lead, Disney signalled it’s open to a total reimagining. That frees up new creative possibilities for the dwarves. Or maybe Disney should just scrap this remake.
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Federal government to invest $15M for home energy retrofits in Kingston, Ont.
Kingston, Ont., will receive $15 million to launch a residential energy retrofit program in hopes of reducing pollution while helping homeowners save money.
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Junior hockey: Rockets edge Royals, Vipers clip Centennials
At Victoria on Tuesday night, Pavel Novak scored the only goal in the shootout as the Rockets edged the Royals 4-3.
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B.C. has recorded a ‘few cases’ of the Omicron subvariant, province confirms
More than 10,000 cases of the Omicron subvariant have been reported in 47 countries, but so far, just 51 cases of the BA.2 variant have been detected in Canada.
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Snowboarder Laurie Blouin’s secret weapon: The music of Shania Twain
In Beijing, Blouin will draw on two decades of hard work and hard knocks. That and those three little words: “Let's go, girls.“ The post Snowboarder Laurie Blouin’s secret weapon: The music of Shania Twain appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Canadian auto production hit lowest level since 1967 last year amid chip shortage
DesRosiers Automotive Consultants says Canada produced just over 1.1 million light vehicles last year for the lowest level of production since 1967.
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Fab five: Treat yourself this Valentine's Day
Even if you’re not shopping for a Valentine’s Day gift or piece to wear, per se, check out these five lovely baubles.
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10 takeout ideas for Lunar New Year in Vancouver
Many restaurants have set meals to take out for Lunar New Year because of COVID-19.
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Anthony Gismondi: How to search for sale wines at B.C. Liquors Stores
The sales don't line up with regular monthly dates but rather with one of a dozen sale periods.
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Style Q&A: Vancouver jewelry designer creates 'elevated' pieces for every body
Zaleska Jewelry is a size-inclusive jewelry brand, founder says.
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B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Jan. 22
Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.
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International: 30 bestselling books for the week of Jan. 22
Compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent book stores. 
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Q&A: Garage-rock band L.A. Witch bringing its rich brew to four-act gig at Rickshaw
L.A. Witch conjures up punk, garage and psychedelic sounds. The band brings Sexorexia, I Wanna Lose, Fire Starter and other reverb-drenched rockers to Vancouver's Rickshaw Theatre.
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It may take more than a superhero to save movie theatres
Record-breaking performance of Spider-Man: No Way Home has provided booster-shot of optimism to pandemic-wounded theatres.
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