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Drugs shouldn’t be the first option to ease agitation from dementia: study
Symptoms of aggression and agitation from dementia may respond better to non-drug therapies, a new study suggests.
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Abolishing the Senate would see Canadians better represented, NDP leader says
On Tuesday, Jagmeet Singh said senators represent the interests of the political parties that appointed them as opposed to Canadians.
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020: Nominees include Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G., Soundgarden
The 35th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony is set to take place on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
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'They need much more': Eugene Levy urges Doug Ford government to restore autism funding
Canadian actor Eugene Levy and Brenda Deskin, the mother of a 24-year-old with autism, are urging Ontario’s Conservative government to reverse the cost cuts made to therapy and education programs for young adults living with autism in the province.
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Daily Poll: Have you already voted or are you waiting for election day?
Monday wrapped up four days of advanced voting and it appears voter turnout is up compared to 2015.
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Raptors make Kyle Lowry contract extension official
While the Raptors did not disclose financial terms of the deal, The Associated Press reported last week it is a one-year, $31-million US extension.
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Man charged in multi-vehicle crash that injured 4 pedestrians in downtown Toronto
Toronto police say they have now charged a 54-year-old man from Brampton after he allegedly blew through a red light striking four pedestrians and multiple cars at a major, busy intersection downtown back in August.
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Fanshawe College launches cannabis science program
The Cannabis Applied Science program will allow graduates to apply their scientific knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the emerging cannabis industry.
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Home sales up 15% in September compared to a year ago: CREA
The increase was driven by activity in the largest urban centres, including Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg.
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Canada suspends new export permits to Turkey amid Syrian military operation
Canada has been vocal in its disapproval of Turkey's recent actions since the country began a military operation in northern Syria last week. 
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Bolton objected to Ukraine pressure campaign, calling Giuliani ‘a hand grenade’
The then national security adviser was so alarmed that he told an aide to alert White House lawyers, House investigators were told on Monday.
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Trudeau criticizes Doug Ford’s handling of autism supports but won’t commit to national strategy
The NDP, Conservatives and Green's all have pledged to develop a federal strategy if elected, Trudeau however, has not.
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Some EpiPens might have defective packaging — here’s what you need to know
A rare defect might make it hard to get the EpiPen out of its tube in an emergency, Health Canada warns.
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‘Right this wrong’: Canadian TV star Eugene Levy urges Ontario government to help families of grown children with autism
The families took legal action after being cut off of “court-ordered” autism services that they had been receiving for more than 15 years. Levy’s cousin Michael is one of the nine people hurt by the funding change.
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Great white tagging program off N.S. stirs debate over treatment of sharks
The efforts of enthusiastic scientists off the coast of Nova Scotia are raising ethical questions over methods used to attract and study great white sharks
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New Brunswick man facing murder charge in connection with homicide of 19-year-old
New Brunswick RCMP say officers received a report of someone causing a disturbance at a residence on Osprey Road at approximately 10:15 p.m. on Sunday.
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CannTrust to destroy $77 million of plants and inventory
CannTrust Holdings Inc. says it will destroy $77 million worth of pot plants and inventory as part of its efforts to comply with federal regulations.
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Cannabis producer Aphria reports second profitable quarter
Cannabis company Aphria Inc. reported a profit of $16.4 million in its latest quarter, its second consecutive quarter of profitable growth.
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Brits visiting Canada detained after accidentally driving into U.S.
The Connors family didn’t plan to be on the unmarked road. Originally from the United Kingdom, the two couples and their three young children were driving near the U.S.-Canada border on Oct. 3 during a visit to Vancouver when an animal ventured into the road, forcing them to make an unexpected detour. But before they […]
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Vancouver weather: Rain is as rain does
The week is being set up as a chance of rain, a few showers, periods of rain... oh, did we mention rain?
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Christopher Labos: Cell phones, teens and mental health
Two recent studies shed light on the negative psychological consequences of social media use.
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Spain jails nine Catalan separatist leaders triggering an outpouring of protests
The airport chaos saw over 100 flights canceled and others delayed, while protesters in the separatist stronghold of Girona burned tires on the train tracks, shutting the high-speed connection between Barcelona and France
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Economists question number of jobs Saguenay natural-gas pipeline would create
As well, they contend that the gas carried along the pipeline would replace cleaner, conventional natural gas or renewable source electricity.
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Quebec’s police watchdog investigating after vehicle crashes during traffic stop
A total of eight investigators have been assigned to the case, in which a woman was injured after allegedly failing to stop for a police officer on Monday evening.
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North Vancouver woman says some disabled Canadians feeling left out of discussion during election campaign
North Vancouver resident Amy Amantea says there's growing concern about the lack of discussion on key issues facing disable Canadians by federal parties this election campaign.
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Federal election 2019 roundup: Trudeau says ‘divisive’ political climate is his main regret
In this live story, we’ll be tracking the campaign news as it happens
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Bulgarian soccer chief resigns after England game halted over racist chants
A group of black-clad Bulgarian fans, some of whom were making right-wing salutes, led the chants at Sofia's national stadium
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Boy, 13, in custody after three-vehicle crash sends pal to hospital
An early morning joyride has landed one underaged teen in police custody and another in hospital. Toronto Police say a 13-year-old boy took a family member’s car for a spin along with a pal at about 4:45 a.m. Tuesday. Police allege they were “travelling at a high rate of speed” southbound on Dufferin St. when […]
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Pot producer Aphria soars pre-market after posting second profitable quarter
The company said it earned $16.4 million on revenue of $126.1 million in the quarter ended Aug. 31, a slight decline from the prior quarter.
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Longueuil woman vanished from a movie theatre one year ago
Police suspect she could be somewhere in Quebec or in another part of Canada.
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Re-elected Liberal government would stand up for abortion rights in N.B.: Trudeau
Justin Trudeau is promising that a re-elected Liberal government would come to the rescue of an abortion clinic in Fredericton that could be forced to close its doors without the support of the province.
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It’s a tie: Atwood and Evaristo share fiction’s Booker Prize
Atwood is one of six finalists for “The Testaments,” her follow-up to dystopian saga “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The winner will be announced Monday.
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Trump’s ex-Russia adviser tells impeachment investigators of Giuliani’s efforts in Ukraine
Fiona Hill, the White House’s former top Russia adviser, was the latest witness in a fast-moving impeachment inquiry focused on whether the president abused his office by using the promise of military aid and diplomatic support to pressure Ukraine into investigating his political rivals.
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Banging pots are the medium, but this time climate change is the message
Protests in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec are planned “to keep the mobilization active” after the wildly successful Sept. 27 climate marches.
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Trudeau promises re-elected Liberal government would stand up for abortion rights in New Brunswick
Justin Trudeau says if the Liberals are re-elected he would sit down with New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs to remind him of his province's obligation to fund out-of-hospital abortions.
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