Calgary man accused in ex-girlfriend’s daughter’s death to learn verdict next month

Robert Leeming will learn his fate next month, when the judge in the case is expected to rule if he's responsible for the death of 22-month-old Aliyah Sanderson.
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Quebec records 85 new COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations drop
Premier François Legault is set to give an update on the ongoing health crisis Tuesday afternoon.
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Six O'Clock Solution: Roasted sesame carrots are part of a lively, offbeat meal
A vital ingredient, besides the trusty carrot, is gathering together at the table.
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Firefighter with serious injuries following crash in Elora, Ont., OPP say
Wellington County OPP say a firefighter suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash in Elora, Ont., on Tuesday morning. 
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Port Hope police arrest man for impaired driving, drug trafficking after found in ‘catatonic state’
Police say an officer noticed the driver in an idling vehicle appeared to be in a 'catatonic state.'
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Conservative riding association renews call for vote on O’Toole’s leadership
Alberta EDA becomes the first to formally request the party’s national council speed up a vote on Erin O’Toole’s leadership before the Conservatives' 2023 policy convention.
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COVID live updates: Quebec reports 85 deaths, with 21 fewer people in hospital
Five days after saying he couldn’t provide a deconfinement timeline, Legault is expected to do just that at 2 p.m. Restrictions will reportedly be eased on restaurants, sports, movie theatres and concert halls.
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Ontario university students struggling with online classes as COVID pandemic wears on
Even as Ontario universities make plans for students to return gradually, some like Reid-Clarke say they aren't hopeful their post-secondary experiences can be turned around.
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Off-duty Peel Regional Police officer charged with impaired driving
Peel Regional Police said the off-duty officer was involved in a crash on Friday at around 9:30 p.m. near Sandalwood Parkway and Great Lakes Drive in Brampton.
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Gaudreau, Tkachuk lead Calgary Flames past St. Louis Blues 7-1
The Calgary Flames head out on a two-game road trip that starts in Columbus on Wednesday and ends Thursday in St. Louis.
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Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing in Truro Heights
A 54-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after a woman was found with multiple stab wounds all over her head and upper body.
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4,008 people in Ontario hospitals with COVID, 626 in intensive care
Ontario added 64 more COVID-related deaths and reported 3,424 new lab-confirmed cases on Tuesday.
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Quebec Liberals launch website to recruit candidates ahead of election
The site offers two choices: one for people who want to run, the other for those who want to suggest someone "who could be an ideal candidate for Dominique Anglade’s Liberal team in 2022."
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Ahead of Winter Olympics, Beijing residents cope with abrupt lockdowns
The COVID-19 lockdowns are part of China's "zero tolerance" measures to fight the pandemic that have been ratcheted-up ahead of the 2022 Olympics.
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Snowplow clipped hydro pole that fell on transit bus: Guelph police
Guelph police say a snowplow clipped a hydro pole that then fell on a transit bus just after midnight on Tuesday. 
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Discrimination linked to health disparities among racialized older Canadians, study finds
A new study has found that there may be a link between discrimination and health disparities in Canada, with racialized immigrants less likely to report being in good health compared to white immigrants and white individuals born in the country.
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'Health disadvantage': Comparing outcomes for white and racialized immigrants in Canada
A new study has found that there may be a link between discrimination and health disparities in Canada, with racialized immigrants less likely to report being in good health compared to white immigrants and white individuals born in the country.
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Suspect sought after robbery at Peterborough Square store: police
Police say a man claimed he had a firearm as he took items from a store in Peterborough Square on Monday morning.
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Saskatoon Blades road trip postponed due to COVID-19
Nine players on the Saskatoon Blades active roster have entered the WHL’s COVID-19 protocol list.
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Man found dead after fire at home in Galt area of Cambridge
The City of Cambridge says that one person was killed as a result of a fire at a home in Galt which occurred late Monday afternoon.
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N.S. woman needs a waterproof prosthetic leg — and she’s getting lots of support
Arielle Vienneau has started an online campaign to raise $48,000 to cover the cost of the waterproof 'advanced limb' she says she needs.
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Neil Young is threatening to pull music from Spotify over Joe Rogan’s vaccine misinformation. Here’s what people are saying
The Canadian singer-songwriter accused the streaming platform of spreading fake information about vaccines, citing the immensely popular “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
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Neil Young threatens to pull music from Spotify over Joe Rogan vaccine ‘disinformation’
'I am doing this because Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines,' wrote Neil Young in an open letter.
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Pfizer and BioNTech begin testing Omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine
Pfizer and BioNTech SE plan to test the immune response generated by the Omicron-based vaccine both as a three-shot regimen in unvaccinated people and as a booster shot.
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Elgin OPP launch dedicated tip-line as part of April 2021 homicide investigation
OPP have set up a tip-line as part of efforts to solve a homicide investigation. A 45-year-old man was found dead in a home in Dutton/Dunwich on April 4, 2021.
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COVID-19 update for Jan. 25: Trudeau slams 'fear mongering' over vaccine mandate for truckers | Hospitalizations climb to record high 987 | Omicron variant BA.2 spreads worldwide
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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VIDO looking to expand to a level four containment lab
Saskatoon-based VIDO is looking to become the second level four containment research facility in Canada.
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Canada orders families of diplomats out of Ukraine as fears mount over Russian threat
Global News reported on Monday that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet is weighing a proposal to send small firearms and ammunition to Ukraine.
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B.C. First Nation to release initial results of probe at former residential school
Chief Willie Sellars of the Williams Lake First Nation has said the first phase of the investigation at the former St. Joseph’s Mission Residential School has been challenging for its members and area First Nations.
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When will Canada take Islamophobia seriously?
While ad hoc steps have been taken to address Islamophobia along all these lines, much more needs to be done, and in a more cohesive manner, Steven Zhou writes.
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J&J expects COVID-19 vaccine sales boost in 2022 on strong demand
Johnson & Johnson is expecting that sales of its COVID-19 vaccines could rise to $3.5 billion in 2022, though the total will not account for much of its overall profits.
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Hudson-Oka ice bridge opens for another season
The Hudson-Oka ice bridge is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. from now until March, weather permitting.
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B.C. paramedics, dispatchers call for more resources as mental health issues spike
In British Columbia, B.C. Emergency Health Services reported more than 840,000 ambulance dispatches in 2021, but the union representing ambulance workers said the figure is likely much higher.
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No More Excuses: Cecil Boutilier is trying to right his troubled past despite COVID and an overbearing parole system
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Vancouver weather: Foggy morning, cloudy afternoon
Visibility might be limited this morning because of fog, which will clear in the afternoon, giving way to some sun and clouds.
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B.C. First Nation releasing results of investigation at site of former residential school
A First Nation in British Columbia is expected to release preliminary results today of a geophysical examination at the site of a former residential school.
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Canada orders diplomats' families to leave Ukraine
The Canadian government has ordered family members of diplomatic staff in Ukraine to leave the country, CTV News has confirmed.
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Tom Mulcair: Ukrainian Canadians wield a lot of influence
With her deep experience in the U.S., Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland can and should play a significant role in finding a peaceful solution in Ukraine, if she can overcome her Russophobe bent, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
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Woman charged in connection with December anti-mask protest at Burlington mall
Police allege the woman was part of a group that walked into the food court seating area of Mapleview Mall in December.
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'A bit surreal': It's been two years since Canada's first COVID-19 case
After two long years of the COVID-19 pandemic, an infectious disease expert is warning that Canada and other parts of the world may continue to experience waves of cases until the issue of vaccine inequity is addressed.
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