N.S. ‘freedom convoy’ departs Halifax for Ottawa to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandate
Truckers from P.E.I. and N.B. will meet with the Nova Scotia group in Moncton, and make their way to Fredericton.
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Winnipeg fire crews battle blaze at house on Simcoe street
Winnipeg fire crews were battling a blaze on Simcoe Street on Thursday.
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Fire breaks out at Brampton home garage, one taken to hospital as precaution
Emergency crews were called to a home on Glenridge Road in Brampton at around 3:22 a.m. Thursday for reports of a garage fire.
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Ukrainian serviceman detained after 4 fellow soldiers, 1 civilian, shot dead
The soldier, identified by the authorities as Artemiy Ryabchuk, 20, was on guard duty at a military factory and opened fire on his colleagues, fleeing the scene immediately after.
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Montreal's municipal tax payment deadlines return to pre-pandemic schedules
Elsewhere in Quebec, some municipalities continue to allow homeowners to make payments later or in instalments.
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London, Ont. fire crews battle apartment and house fire Wednesday night
Both fires occurred around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. The London Fire Department reported no injuries in either. Causes and damage estimates are not yet available.
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COVID-19 severe illness trends still rising in most of Canada: Tam
Even though the average daily COVID-19 case count across Canada is down 30 per cent compared to last week, it's not an accurate reflection of the state of the pandemic, Tam says.
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Russia sees room for dialog after U.S. rejects security demands over Ukraine
Moscow wouldn't rush to draw conclusions after the U.S. responded to Russian proposals for a redrawing of post-Cold War security arrangements in Europe, a spokesperson said
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Montreal weather: It's too cold for the weather tropes to come out
It'll warm up quite nicely as the day progresses.
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Manitoba thieves targeting vehicles’ catalytic converters
Data from Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) suggests that SUVs have been targets of the most catalytic converter thefts over an 11-month period.
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Kent Hughes' incredible journey from backyard rink to Canadiens GM
"He’s gone not from the frying pan, but from Shangri-la into the frying pan," Emerson Hughes said of son's decision to take Habs GM job.
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5 things to know for Thursday, January 27, 2022
The CRA is sending letters to check the eligibility of CERB recipients, Dr. Tam says severe COVID-19 illness trends are rising, and Ottawa is getting ready for protesting truckers. Here's what you need today.
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Why the vital need for Holocaust education still exists
The Holocaust must forever be a constant warning to all of us of the danger of hatred, bigotry, racism and prejudice and where it can lead.
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Ontario chief medical officer to hold briefing updating COVID situation
Dr. Kieran Moore's news conference comes after the provincial government announced its plan last week to gradually lift public health measures.
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Ducks at Canadiens: Five things you should know
The Canadiens will be playing their first home game since Dec. 16 and are coming off an embarrassing 8-2 loss in Minnesota.
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COVID-19: Ontario doctor banned from prescribing ivermectin now director of company offering drug
An Ontario doctor prohibited from prescribing ivermectin to treat COVID-19 has launched a telehealth service offering ivermectin to treat COVID-19, Global News can reveal.
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Kramberger: West Island warming shelter might be homeless by April, can you help?
The West Island community needs to help come up with viable options for the Halte-Transition to relocate by March 31.
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Brownstein: It takes more than a pandemic to keep YidLife Crisis duo down
Montreal satirists Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman will take their show Pandemish online from Thursday through Monday.
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Where chefs get takeout and delivery in Toronto — including New York-style pizza and the best breakfast sandwich
Five experts in good taste share their shortlist of especially delicious spots in the city.
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‘Now it’s a race’: Economists expect hot spring housing market as buyers scramble to get in before interest rates rise
After nearly two years of record-low interest rates, economists and mortgage experts are expecting a rate hike as soon as March.
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I grew up in an alcoholic home — and ended up an alcoholic: Ask Ellie
Alcohol use disorder touches a nerve in countless readers, including people of all social strata, financial conditions, and education levels
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How to make the best soup stock: Cookbook author Joshua Weissman shares his tips — and a hands-off method for the richest broth
“The flavour of homemade soup stock is dramatically different,” says the chef and author of “Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic Cookbook.”
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Is a $180 smart mug actually worth the price tag? We put the Ember Mug 2 to the test
The self-heating Ember Mug 2 links to an app and promises to keep your coffee or tea exactly as hot as you like it.
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Prices of newly built houses in Toronto soared nearly 40 per cent last year. Will they go higher?
Newly built and pre-construction house prices hit a $1.8-million record in December as inventory falls to a record low, says homebuilders’ association.
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The 10 Sundance films I most appreciated
There were some tough watches at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. There were also great movies and a satisfying Sundance experience.
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A bicycle shelter at a TTC station would seem like The Better Way. Not in this case
Riders would surely be enthused about the newly installed shelter at Christie, if there was something to which they could lock their bikes.
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Canada leaves would-be skilled workers in limbo overseas
An immigration department memo shows processing time for skilled workers’ permanent resident applications will reach three years as inventory grows, and critics demand a backlog reduction plan from the Liberals.
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Many Ontario university students feel forced to return to in-person classes
With Omicron cases high, and a lack of hybrid options for most courses, students worry about their safety, and finding a short-term lease, as classes resume in the next few weeks.
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West Island mayors oppose any plan to merge cop stations
One proposed merger includes Station 3, covering Pierrefonds, Île-Bizard, Ste-Geneviève and Roxboro, and station 4 in Dollard-des-Ormeaux.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario chief medical officer to update the province today on the COVID-19 situation; CRA to send out letters checking eligibility from CERB recipients
Meanwhile, Iran has found a brief respite from the coronavirus through mass vaccination.
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Pierrefonds-Roxboro mayor wants to marry couples at borough hall
"There may be folks who don’t want to do that ceremony in a church, in a religious institution," Mayor Jim Beis says of civil marriages.
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