Belledune, N.B. ‘should start now’ to plan for plant closure in 2030

Many communities in New Brunswick were at the end of a industry shut and the loss of thousands of jobs - many without a transition plan.
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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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Strange Breed brings its own style to pop punk
Vancouver all-female LGBTQ2-plus quartet Strange Breed is out to challenge conventions.
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Canada’s big-city mayors call on federal government for transit funding
The Big City Mayors' Caucus of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities released a statement Wednesday asking the Liberals to cover transit shortfalls for the year.
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Quebec linguist Jean-Claude Corbeil dies at 89
Corbeil played a major role in the implementation of Quebec's linguistic policies.
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Guelph man accused of stealing $600 worth of ‘Magic: The Gathering’ cards
Guelph police say a 23-year-old man is facing charges in connection with four thefts involving Magic: The Gathering playing cards. 
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COVID-19: HKPR reports 20 in hospital with 10 in ICU; active lab-confirmed cases over 400
As of noon Wednesday, Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay reported 10 hospitalized cases of COVID-19 with eight identifying COVID-19 as the 'primary cause of admission.'
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Man accused of murdering Oakville senior in unprovoked attack pleads guilty
A Brampton, Ont., man pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of 91-year-old Edmund Ferrari just as his trial was about to begin at a Milton virtual court hearing on Wednesday.
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CSQ announces scholarships for Indigenous high school students
The deadline for candidacies is May 1. The winners will be announced on June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day.
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‘Booster hesitancy’: Poll shows growing rifts between double vaxxed and boosted Canadians
About 41 per cent of Canadians over the age of 18 have opted for a COVID-19 booster as of Jan. 15, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
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Former N.S. fugitive found in Latin America granted day parole for 2011 shooting death
Steven Douglas Skinner was handed an 11-year prison sentence for manslaughter in September 2019 in the April 2011 death of Stacey Adams in Lake Echo, N.S.
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Interior Fraser steelhead face extinction, warn B.C. fishing, conservation groups
Fifteen groups, including the B.C. Wildlife Federation and the Steelhead Society of B.C., have written to the federal environment and fisheries ministers urging immediate action on behalf of dwindling stocks of Interior Fraser steelhead.
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Sentencing hearing begins for Montrealer who was tried three times for a homicide
Paul Evans Gordon Gray was found guilty of manslaughter in the 2015 death of Edwin Johnson, and guilty of an assault on Johnson's girlfriend.
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Omicron? No big deal: Majority of Canadians believe COVID no worse than the flu, says poll
About 85 per cent of Canadians believe they’ll get either a mild or manageable case of COVID-19.
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B.C. Appeal Court extends injunction against protests at Fairy Creek until September
A panel of three judges granted the appeal by forestry company Teal Cedar Products Ltd. of an earlier B.C. Supreme Court decision that denied the company’s application to extend the injunction by one year.
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Chris Boucher has been on fire for the Raptors after a terrible start. What sparked his resurgence?
Boucher just wasn’t himself, the juice was out of his game, there was no energy, no spark and no discernible impact. Something clicked after Boxing Day.
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What went wrong for the Conservatives last election? MPs to hear findings
The Conservative caucus will be briefed Thursday about an internal review examining what led to their 2021 election defeat.
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Astronomers find mysterious object in space 'unlike anything' seen before
Astronomers mapping radio waves in the universe have discovered a mysterious object in space that releases a giant burst of energy three times an hour, a find that is 'unlike anything' seen before.
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Ajax, Ont. man identified as victim in Lambton County double homicide probe: OPP
The death is one of two being investigated by the OPP and by Sarnia police as part of an alleged double homicide which has led to second-degree murder charges being laid.
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Trudeau cabinet mulls new Russia-Ukraine moves as U.S. suggests new export controls
The Liberal government's cabinet retreat wraps later today with pressure mounting on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take substantive new action on addressing the Ukraine-Russia crisis.
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Arson investigation underway after RV destroyed by fire in north Calgary
An arson investigation is underway after an RV fire in north Calgary's Huntington Hills neighbourhood early Wednesday. 
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Pope Frances urges parents to support their gay children
Pope Francis has previously said that gays have a right to be accepted by their families as children and siblings.
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Sidewalk snow impassable for Winnipeg family whose daughter uses wheelchair
A Winnipeg family says the city's plowing plan and still-uncleared sidewalks are making it impossible for them to get outside with their daughter who requires a wheelchair.
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3 people taken to hospital after fire in south Etobicoke
Toronto Fire Services said crews were called to a building on Eighth Street, near Lake Shore Boulevard West and Islington Avenue, at 7 a.m.
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Québec solidaire proposes creation of door-to-door vaccine brigades
"It's time to change strategy," said Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, co-spokesperson of the opposition party. "Instead of waiting for non-vaccinated people to come to us, we have to go to them."
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Community centres, recreation facilities to reopen as Ontario eases COVID-19 restrictions
People in London, Ont., will soon be able to enjoy community centres and in-person sports programs again as the facilities reopen amid relaxed COVID restrictions next week.
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Climate change puts Winter Olympics and future of snow sports at risk: report
Natural snow is becoming less plentiful in some regions and water availability for snowmaking is falling as a result of climate change.
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