Boeing is out of the running for Canada’s fighter jet procurement

The competition to replace Canada's fighter jets now comes down to Lockheed Martin's F-35 stealth fighter and Sweden's Saab Gripen.
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Teen girl arrested, detained in Winnipeg stabbing
A 15-year-old girl is in police custody in connection with a stabbing incident Jan. 14. The victim was a 16-year-old girl.
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No charges against Guelph police officer after woman suffers concussion during 2017 arrest: SIU
Ontario's police watchdog says charges will not be laid against a Guelph police officer after a 43-year-old woman suffered a concussion while in custody in October 2017.
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APTS becomes final health union to sign new contract with Quebec
The union says they're "happy with what we signed."
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Pfizer’s new COVID-19 drug is in Nova Scotia. How will it be used?
Nova Scotians deemed most vulnerable and at highest risk will be contacted after testing positive if they qualify and are chosen to take the pill.
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Edmonton police need help identifying man found dead in river valley encampment
The remains of the unidentified man were found in a river valley encampment in the Victoria Park area of northeast Edmonton on Oct. 4, 2020.
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COVID-19: 5 deaths reported in Peterborough region, 4 new hospitalized cases among 21 at PRHC
Since the pandemic began, Peterborough Public Health has reported 46 deaths following five more reported on Tuesday.
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Halifax astronomers developing software to analyze data from first galaxies
A multi-billion dollar space telescope has arrived at its home port 30 days after the Christmas launch. Now, a team of astronomers is developing software to analyze its data.
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B.C. First Nation discovers unmarked graves at former residential school
A British Columbia First Nation has announced the grim discovery of unmarked graves at the site of a former residential school.
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93 possible burial sites found in initial search at former B.C. residential school site
St. Joseph's Mission Residential School in Williams Lake, B.C., operated from 1886 to 1981. It was run by the Roman Catholic Church and, later, the federal government.
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British Columbia developing plan to protect drinking water, ecosystems
The strategy would also include a fund to protect clean water.
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COVID-19: N.B. teachers worry about distribution of proper masks ahead of schools re-opening
The union and those working in New Brunswick's education sector are worried about the distribution of masks for in-person learning scheduled to resume at the end of the month.
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Woman charged with 2nd-degree murder after fatal stabbing in Markham: police
Officers said a 33-year-old woman was arrested at the residence and has been charged with second-degree murder. 
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Court documents allege ‘negligence’ by staff in sex assault case of former Calgary teacher
New court documents by an education expert allege there was a culture of protecting former teacher Michael Gregory at the expense of the safety of children.
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Kelowna Variety van windows broken, shot by BB gun
'This was the second occurrence in two weeks causing the vans to be taken off the road for maintenance instead of being used by the facility.'
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Snow removal, accessibility concerns linger for Hamilton residents a week after storm
Until an enhanced snow clearing plan starts later in 2022, a lot of Hamiltonians will have to shovel sidewalks themselves.
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‘Anxiety to anger’: Highway 8 residents receiving bills for no service
The devastated area had no cell or internet service for almost five weeks — but one displaced resident says Telus charged for that period.
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As trucker convoy rolls to Ottawa, grocery stores say supply issues have ‘started to ease’
Grocery stores say supply chain issues are easing -- but a convoy of truckers are making their way towards Ottawa to speak out in protest of vaccination mandates.
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Proposed REM de l'Est to be rerouted along existing rail corridor
Planners say they have listened to opposition and chosen to divert the proposed route away from Sherbrooke St. in the city's east end.
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Manitoba COVID-19 hospitalizations on rise again
According to the province,15 per cent of eligible Manitobans don't have a single dose of the vaccine, while 78 per cent have received at least two shots.
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City of Kelowna approves 2040 master transportation plan
Widening Glenmore Road, from Union Road to McKinley Beach, has been talked about for more than a decade.
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Montreal father-daughter duo helping to keep city’s homeless community warm this winter
Victoria Kalisky and her father Lorne have gone out overnight and handed out winter jackets, hats and gloves to hundreds of people experiencing homelessness in Montreal.
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ACFN asks people for help finding missing woman after more than 100 volunteers join weekend search
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Far-right groups hope trucker protest will be Canada’s ‘January 6th’ 
Whatever legitimate grievances protesters might have, far right and white nationalist groups see the “Freedom Convoy” headed for Ottawa as an opportunity. 
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Stu Cowan: Canadiens bottoming out in historic fashion
Habs look like they could match the 1974-75 expansion Washington Capitals by going an entire season without winning two games in a row.
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Beaconsfield homeowners facing nearly 7 per cent tax hike in 2022
For an average single-family home evaluated at $731,212, the tax bill will increase by $400 this year.
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NACI recommends booster shots for immunocompromised children ages 5-11
Children ages 5 to 11 who are 'moderately to severely' immunocompromised should receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Canada's immunization advisory body.
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Saint Johners hope fire-damaged, historic structure can be saved
Police say the fire caused “extensive damage” to Barbour’s General Store – a structure situated across from city hall at the foot of King Street.
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Fort McMurray schools struggle with high teacher absences, still waiting on masks and COVID-19 rapid tests
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Doug Ford says he can’t see Ontario mask mandates lifting anytime soon
Ford was speaking with Belleville radio station CJBQ today and was asked about his recently announced plan to start easing COVID-19 restrictions.
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Bowman discussing permanent road to La Loche after Saskatchewan promises to finish work on their side
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COVID-19: Paxlovid pill available to eligible Saskatchewan residents beginning Wednesday
The Saskatchewan government says the province has received a limited quantity of 900 courses of Paxlovid from the federal supply, but more shipments are expected.
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Funds for memorial to 22 mass shooting victims in N.S. shifts to municipal leadership
The memorial project was initially led by the charitable group Nova Scotia Remembers Legacy Society, which was formed after the shooting deaths of 22 people in April 2020.
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Biden threatens personal sanctions on Putin if Russia invades Ukraine
U.S. President Joe Biden repeated that there were no plans to send U.S. troops to Ukraine, which is not a NATO member, amid growing concerns about Russian threats.
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