Trudeau’s heritage minister has a chance to reset social media regulations. Will he take it?
Pablo Rodriguez is seen as a steady hand with keen political instincts. He’ll need them if the government intends to move forward with controversial plans to regulate social media.
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U.S. requests extradition of Quebec trucking company part-owner
A trucker arrested at the U.S. border with 166 kilos of cocaine in December 2019 alleges that he had been offered "extra work."
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Supply chain crisis cost Hasbro $100M in Q3 sales, toy maker warns of further hit
Hasbro said on Tuesday global supply chain disruptions cost it about $100 million in lost toy orders in the third quarter.
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Police hunt for suspects after $11M in pure silver stolen from Montreal shipping container last year
Canadian authorities are searching for suspects after $11 million in pure silver was stolen from a shipping container in Montreal nearly two years ago.
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COVID-19 live updates: Hospitalizations stable as Quebec reports 340 cases, 4 deaths
The province's seven-day rolling average of new cases: 409 – the lowest in more than two months.
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Man charged with child luring and pornography in rural Nova Scotia
Charles McLeod of Lower Truro was arrested at the home without incident.
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10 to 20 cm of snow expected to fall on the Coquihalla
Snowfall amounts will depend greatly on the exact snow level and how much rain occurs but could range from 10 to 20 centimetres by Wednesday evening. 
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Six O'Clock Solution: Spice up autumn meals with roasted cauliflower
Season this fall favourite with cumin and turmeric for a savoury side that can be served hot or cold.
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Man accused of swinging hockey stick at employees of Guelph business: police
Guelph police say a man walked into a business on Monday afternoon and began swinging a hockey stick over his head.
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New defence minister Anita Anand will have to rebuild trust in military rocked by sexual misconduct crisis, observers say
The former procurement minister replaced Harjit Sajjan as defence minister in Tuesday’s cabinet shuffle.
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Moose Lake RCMP search for suspect in assault case after man seriously injured
Officers from the local detachment were called to a home on Traders Road in Moose Lake, where they found a 38-year-old man with serious injuries.
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Sajjan out as defence minister; Anand takes helm of embattled military amid misconduct crisis
Among the most pressing of the files on the government agenda is the Canadian Forces sexual misconduct crisis, which has only continued to escalate over the past nine months.
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Heavily damaged pickup flees Highway 401 crash: Quinte West OPP
OPP arrested two people after a pickup truck crashed into a tractor-trailer on Highway 401 and kept driving, despite the vehicle being heavily damaged.
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Man taken to hospital after multi-vehicle collision in Cambridge
Waterloo Regional Police say a multi-vehicle collision in Cambridge that sent one person to hospital on Monday afternoon remains under investigation.
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The weird and wonderful work of a university residence assistant
Life as an RA—who works to support fellow students in on-campus housing—can be stressful and strange, but also fulfilling The post The weird and wonderful work of a university residence assistant appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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The crime novel second acts of Chris Hadfield and Beverley McLachlin
This fall is a season for new or newly announced crime novels penned by people famous in other fields The post The crime novel second acts of Chris Hadfield and Beverley McLachlin appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Ontario reports under 300 new COVID-19 cases for 1st time since early August
Of the 269 new cases recorded, 142 were unvaccinated people, 11 were partially vaccinated, 93 were fully vaccinated and for 23 people the vaccination status was unknown.
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Time for Justin Trudeau to make a cabinet
Politics Insider for Oct. 26, 2021: Who will be in and who will be out in the post-election shake-up? Plus, some cranky MPs. The post Time for Justin Trudeau to make a cabinet appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Alert posted for snow on Coquihalla Highway
Environment and Climate Change Canada says up to 20 centimetres of snow is possible on some parts of the highway starting tonight and continuing through Wednesday.
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New medical clinic to open next year in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
Ste-Anne incumbent mayor Paola Hawa says new medical complex will help meet the needs of West Island seniors and the area's growing population.
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Ontario reports lowest COVID-19 case count in months with 269 new infections
Ontario health officials are reporting the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since early August on Tuesday with 269 new infections logged.
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Suspended driver from Apsley charged with drug-impaired driving in Peterborough: police
Officers on the morning of Oct. 22 responded to a report of a man slumped over in a vehicle outside a business on Lansdowne Street East.
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