Traffic injuries among youth did not change after legalization of cannabis: study
Before the legalization of cannabis, some who were opposed to the concept suggested that it could lead to more impaired driving, particularly among youth. That worry was unwarranted, according to a new study that found that legalization has not been associated with changes in traffic injuries in Canada.
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The field for Canada’s athlete of the year award is filled with Olympic and world champions
That includes 2018 Lou Marsh winner Kingsbury and Tokyo gold medallists Mitchell and Charron.
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Highway 97A south of Sicamous reopens
Highway 97A, just south of Sicamous, has re-opened. Rocks on the road between Davidson Drive and the Mara Lake rest area have been cleared.
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Snowfall warnings in effect for parts of Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island
Up to 20 centimetres of the white stuff could fall on inland communities on Vancouver Island as a strong frontal system passes through the region.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 118 new cases as ‘Winter Action Plan’ restrictions begin
Sunday marks the first day of the province's Winter Action Plan, which includes restrictions and rules meant to curb COVID-19 in the province. 
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More snow at Big White Ski Resort means more runs opening soon
Big White Ski Resort received 16 centimetres of new snow over the past 24-hours, including nine overnight. The resort plans to open more runs soon.
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This kilted Scotsman walked 8,000 km across Canada with his dog
A kilt-wearing Scotsman and his dog have completed an 8,000-kilometre fundraising walk across Canada.
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Daycare unions, opposition parties urge Legault to resolve labour dispute
Two more unions could go on general strike if an agreement isn't reached by Thursday.
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Cuomo accused of sexual misconduct days before being fired by CNN, attorney says
Attorney Debra Katz said Sunday her client was the victim of "serious sexual misconduct'' by Cuomo and that she had contacted CNN about the woman's allegations on Wednesday.
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Canadian Red Cross awards two Nova Scotian volunteers with highest honour
Two Nova Scotia volunteers were given the Order of Red Cross at a ceremony held at Province House, marking International Volunteer Day.
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Jack Todd: Now is not the time to bring Roy back into Canadiens' fold
In any situation where he has anything less than absolute power, it’s highly likely that Roy’s tenure with the Habs would end with a mushroom cloud over the Bell Centre.
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OPP investigate multiple suspected overdoses in Ontario
Between Thursday and Saturday, Ontario Provincial Police say officers responded to two fatal and five non-fatal suspected overdoses in the Huntsville area.
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City of London installs first speed enforcement cameras to slow drivers in school zones
The first two ASE cameras were installed Friday. One is installed on Thompson Road and the other is installed on Second Street between Oxford Street East and Dale Street.
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‘Matter of survival’: Small businesses feel squeeze left by global supply chain crisis
With the winter holiday nearly in full swing, late shipments and bare shelves could be disastrous for the busiest sales season of the year.
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Surrey RCMP appeal for witnesses of crash between SUV, tractor-trailer
Photos from the scene show a severely damaged Mercedes SUV and a tractor-trailer partially suspended in the air.
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Canadian junior women’s field hockey team gets testing exemption to return from South Africa
The federal government has granted an exemption for the B.C.-based junior women's field hockey team, allowing them to board a flight bound for Canada this week.
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Building higher dikes may be a losing battle, warn experts
Tough decisions lie ahead as climate change means "we're not going to be able to permanently exclude water from some of these areas."
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Quebec introduces $52 million in new funding to tackle gun violence and crime
This comes as Montreal has seen a spate of shootings in recent months, and the killings of four teenagers this year have prompted calls for more to be done to end gun violence.
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Saskatchewan minimum wage due for increase to raise low-wage earners over poverty line: experts
Experts feel the minimum wage in Saskatchewan should be between $15 to $20 per hour through the large and smaller centres.
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75 per cent of people sent to B.C. prisons struggle with addiction, mental health: study
A first-of-its-kind study in B.C. highlights how our safety nets are failing tens of thousands of the province’s most vulnerable people.
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Prince Albert, Sask. residents take to WhatsApp to combat crime in West Hill area
Prince Albert West Hill area residents are combatting crime by a faster means, as the neighbourhood has turned to WhatsApp to record suspicious activity and directly notify police.
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Canadian demand to buy homes in the United States has picked up: NAR report
A recent report states more Canadians are buying residential properties south of the border than any other foreign buyers. Popular locales are in Arizona and Florida.
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