Police told to scale back tactics in Duante Wright protests, but violence continues
Police have driven away protesters with tear gas, rubber bullets, flash-bang grenades and long lines of riot police, which the mayor of Brooklyn Center said was "not human."
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House on Hamilton’s west mountain destroyed after explosion
As of early Saturday, there were no immediate reports of injuries after the Bonaventure Drive home was heavily damaged.
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U.S. sues Trump ally Roger Stone alleging $2 million in unpaid taxes
The lawsuit alleges Stone and his wife used a commercial entity to "shield their personal income from enforced collection and fund a lavish lifestyle" despite the unpaid taxes.
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2 homes damaged in Calgary fire Friday afternoon
There were multiple 911 calls at around 3:45 p.m. Friday about a fire in the 200 Block of Carmel Close NE.
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Know the ins and outs of a buyer representation agreement
Discuss with your sales rep or brokerage all of the services that will be provided and make sure the written contract is clear, writes Joe Richer
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How do I create an emergency kit for my car?
Many companies and organizations, including Home Depot, Canadian Tire and the Canadian Red Cross, sell pre-packaged kits.
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COVID-19: Ontario’s temporary increased police powers raise concerns about random stops, carding
“What if folks are walking towards the vaccination site – are they going to be stopped? Asked their address? Profiled? Carded? Will they be safe? These interactions are not safe."
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Relief for rural restaurants, catering companies as province expands popular program
The province has announced an additional two million dollars is going into the Dine-In Restaurant Relief Program.
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Ontario’s new COVID-19 restrictions have science ‘absolutely upside-down,’ experts say
Dr. David Fisman took aim especially at the government's decision to restrict outdoor activities while keeping indoor settings like big-box retailers and religious settings open.
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Calgary investigating potential impact of rising building material costs on city projects
The price of lumber, steel and concrete continues to rise and that concerns Calgary's mayor as the city continues work on several major construction projects.
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In the Habs' room: Tyler Toffoli's nose for the net proves critical in victory
"He's always had that scoring touch," goalie Jake Allen says about Toffoli after a 2-1 win over Calgary. "He sort of just knows where to go."
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Health Canada reviewing submission to use Pfizer vaccine on children 12 and older
Health Canada is reviewing a submission from Pfizer-BioNTech to expand the use of its COVID-19 vaccine in children aged 12 and older.
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