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Man in mobility scooter rescued after falling into Yaletown elevator shaft
A man with a disability was rescued by firefighters after falling down an elevator shaft at the Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line station on Monday night. According to Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services assistant fire chief Dan Stroup, emergency services were called to the station at the corner of Davie and Mainland streets at about 7 p.m. […]
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Man rescued after falling into elevator shaft in Vancouver
Witnesses said the man was on a mobility scooter at the time of the incident
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Take your cookies to the next level
Here are some wide-ranging baking tips from renowned pastry chef Amy Carter.
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RCMP seek tips after guns stolen from central Alberta sporting goods store
The RCMP is investigating after several guns were stolen from a sporting goods store in a central Alberta over the weekend.
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Sharks are circling around Patriots
The Patriots have lost two games in a row, and the air of invincibility at Gillette Stadium has been compromised severely by Kansas City.
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NHL Commissioner: We will not tolerate abusive behaviour
Gary Bettman told reporters that NHL personnel will be required to attend mandatory counselling regarding racism and anti-bullying.
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Two ‘Survivors’ make it to the merge
Former reality TV contestants Joe Anglim and Sierra Dawn Thomas have formed a long-coming, long-lasting alliance.
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Sneezing too much to enjoy the holidays? A mouldy Christmas tree might be to blame, but there are ways to breathe easy
Dr. Sharmilee Nyenhuis, an allergist at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said some people who have mould allergies don’t realize the dangers of Christmas tree mould.
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Peel Police investigating homicide of 27-year-old woman in Brampton
Two bodies were found in a Brampton home Monday afternoon, police say
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Chris Selley: Kathleen Wynne’s portrait was unveiled Monday; at this rate Ford’s won’t be far behind
Unfortunately for Ford, he will wake up Tuesday as Canada’s least popular premier and head of a government that looks much, much older than its years
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Raptors hold off Bulls to snap three-game losing streak
The Bulls had one last shot to win after Kyle Lowry lost the ball out of bounds with 7.9 seconds left but Toronto clogged the lane and Chicago never got a good look at a game-winning shot.
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Raps snap losing skid but it’s nothing to write home about
CHICAGO — Any proponent of abolishing back-to-back games in the NBA had to be rushing to grab tape of the first half of last night’s Raptors/Bulls game. Certainly that second quarter had to be a must-have for any such individual. “Running in mud” as Dwane Casey was fond of saying of a game like this […]
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Woman and man found dead in Brampton home, Peel police say
Emergency crews were called to a home on Bighorn Crescent, north of Torbram Road and Bovaird Drive East, Monday afternoon.
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Scottish voters could be the key to thwarting Brexit in U.K. election
As voters in the United Kingdom head to the polls later this week, Scotland could be the key determinant for the future of Brexit.
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Police in Châteauguay establish new safe zone for buying and selling
Police have established a Neutral Meeting Zone, a safe spot where people can meet face-to-face to finalize their online transactions. 
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Anthony Duclair, Senators beat Bruins 5-2
Anthony Duclair had two goals and an assist as the Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 5-2 Monday night.
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Firefighters respond to blaze at home near Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium
Crews responded to a fire at a home in central Edmonton on Monday night.
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#ICYMI: Donations burn in West Island aid group fire, publishers fight against Publisac restrictions
Catch up on what you might have missed throughout the day.
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Ontario Conservatives propose conduct code for every party member, sparking concerns over freedom to speak
Penalties for violating the code could range from removal as a riding-association leader to temporary or permanent banning from the party
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TRAIKOS: Bettman’s four-point conduct plan
PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF. — Gary Bettman has a plan. A four-point plan, to be specific. In light of the recent allegations of verbal, physical and emotional abuse that have been popping up almost daily between coaches and players, the NHL commissioner outlined a method in eliminating inappropriate behaviour from the sport. Call it the NHL’s Code […]
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Toronto Sun
Gregor Chisholm: Blue Jays continue to find themselves lost in the arms race
General manager Ross Atkins may yet find the starting pitching he seeks, but as free-agent names come off the board it’s looking less realistic with each passing day, writes Gregor Chisholm.
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Owner of notorious illegal North Vancouver hostel ordered to sell
"Today is a reckoning day for Ms. Yu," said lawyer Steve Hamilton, who represents the strata.
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Democrats to unveil abuse of power, obstruction articles of impeachment against Trump on Tuesday: report
Trump is accused of pressuring Ukraine to initiate a probe of Democratic rival Joe Biden and then of obstructing Congress' efforts to investigate his actions
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Report on FBI Russia inquiry finds serious errors but debunks anti-Trump plot
The Justice Department’s independent inspector general’s mixed findings offered a basis for both critics and allies of Trump to claim vindication.
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While Jays continue to shop, heavyweights dominate starting pitcher market
SAN DIEGO — There are days when it feels as though the Blue Jays aren’t in the same business and playing the same game as baseball’s heavyweights. Days like Monday here at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, home of baseball’s winter meetings, where Stephen Strasburg signed a seven-year, $245-million US deal with the Washington Nationals. That […]
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Toronto Sun
Canadian aboard New Zealand cruise spotted smoke from deadly volcano
A Canadian man is among thousands of cruise ship passengers docked in a New Zealand port after a nearby volcano erupted, killing at least five people and leaving eight others missing.
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Southern Alberta gun store owner given 13-month conditional sentence
A Cardston, Alta., man was sentenced to 13 months house arrest following illegal gun and ammunition charges.
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Ethiopia’s prime minister will sidestep media while collecting Nobel Peace Prize
Abiy Ahmed won’t speak to reporters before the awards ceremony or take questions after meeting with the Norwegian prime minister, Erna Solberg, Nobel officials said.
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Calgary man’s escape from avalanche caught on camera
According to Michael Schoemaker of Canadian Scrambling and Moutnaineering, the avalanche didn't appear to be a large one, but it still could have injured or buried someone. 
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Former Boeing employee who warned of 737 MAX problems expected to testify
Boeing spokesman Gordon Johndroe said on Monday that "although Mr. Pierson did not provide specific information or detail about any particular defect or quality issue, Boeing took his concerns about 737 production disruption seriously."
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‘There were no safety features’: Outrage follows New Delhi fire
The blaze that killed at least 43 people in New Delhi highlighted inept city planning and lax enforcement of fire regulations.
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‘The obvious question is how’: Family of CP Rail worker killed in Port Coquitlam seeks answers
"He was not the kind of guy who was going to step outside of procedures and is going to end up in this kind of an accident," said Kirk McLean's brother-in-law.
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Recent UN vote not a shift in Canada’s ‘steadfast’ support for Israel: Trudeau
Canada returned to its practice of voting against other resolutions critical of Israel in votes taken this month.
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Family left with questions in workplace death of CP Rail engineer
Locomotive engineer Kirk Charles McLean was killed in a yard accident on Dec. 2
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Should Vancouver emulate San Diego’s response to the crisis of homelessness?
"To just say let them sleep in a park or let them sleep on city sidewalks, I think that's a bit of a cop out," said Charles Gauthier with the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association.
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Bruce Arthur: Sheldon Keefe turning Leafs’ big guns into bigger minute munchers
Leafs coach has made a lot of changes since taking over for Mike Babcock, but one notable difference is in 5-on-5 minutes per game, with Tavares and Matthews now in the top five among NHL forwards and Marner and Nylander also seeing a significant bump, writes Bruce Arthur.
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Leaf Snaps: Turning back time
VANCOUVER — It was an ‘uh-oh’ moment you could sense all the way back to Toronto. When the St. Louis Blues cut the lead to 5-2 with plenty of time remaining in the third period on Saturday, viewers scanned the bench during the timeout for Leafs either squeezing their sticks, moping, or to see a […]
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Toronto Sun
Xander Schauffele making a name for himself with his golf
The Presidents Cup competitor has come along way from an unassuming rookie on the PGA Tour with the unique name.
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Social media threats lead to cancellation of Christmas school dance in Blackfalds, Alta.
A school in Blackfalds was forced to cancel its annual family Christmas dance after a parent made threatening comments about a teacher on Facebook.
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Why an Alberta judge sentenced armed robber to one day when Crown asked for two years
Among the mitigating factors was the past ‘tragedy and trauma’ suffered by Dennehy — and the hug he gave the store clerk during the robbery
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Vancouver party bus operator facing $50,000 fine
There have been a number of tragedies over the past 12 years related to party buses and limousines.
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Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking Headlines & Videos | Vancouver Sun
Water supply at risk for nearly two billion people around the world: study
“This is one of the big cascading effects” of climate change, said one of the study's authors.
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Two baby orcas were a glimmer of hope. But B.C.’s Salish Sea no longer home sweet home for endangered killer whales
It has been a deadly and tragic few years for the whales, who have struggled to overcome food scarcity, increasingly noisy waters and living in toxin-filled waters.
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