Etobicoke Catholic school closed to in-person learning due to COVID-19 outbreak
The Toronto Catholic District School Board said as a result of direction from Toronto Public Health, Transfiguration of Our Lord Catholic School is being temporarily dismissed.
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Regina Police searching for suspects who broke into local business
Early Tuesday morning, police responded to a break and enter at a local business. Extensive damage to the business was caused but no merchandise was taken.
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Two men taken to hospital after being shot in Anjou
Incident took place at around 7.15 p.m. on Roseraies Blvd., at the corner of Nantaise Ave. in what police are calling an attempted double-murder.
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CBSA reminds travellers to use mandatory ArriveCAN app when entering Canada
An Osoyoos resident did not have the ArriveCAN app when he returned to Canada and was given a 14-day quarantine notice.
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Police say woman taken to hospital after being hit by ETS bus in downtown Edmonton
A driver with the Edmonton Transit Service has been charged with failing to yield to a pedestrian after the bus he was driving hit a woman in the city's downtown core on Thursday.
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Vaughn Palmer: The B.C. NDP, suddenly, a friend of TMX
Opinion: With Metro cut off from it's main source of fuel, the NDP has been busy lauding Trans Mountain
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Driver in triple fatal crash into south Edmonton Starbucks addresses court
Oscar Benjumea used his opportunity to address the court on the final day of his sentencing hearing: to apologize.
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Omicron spreads to 3 more U.S. states, including 5 cases in New York City
Four U.S. states have found cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant -- New York, California, Colorado and Minnesota -- among patients who were fully vaccinated.
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Khari Jones vows to rule Alouettes with an iron fist next season
Montreal was undisciplined this season, taking 129 penalties for a league-high 1,263 yards, a problem Jones insists he will fix.
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Accurate weather forecasting puts Environment Canada in the eye of the storm
Federal meteorologist Armel Castellan says weather forecasting became more unpredictable and more extreme in B.C. starting in 2017.
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Montrealers returning to work after city takes hit amid COVID-19
A survey published by the Montreal Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce reveals more than half of all downtown office workers are back on the job in a hybrid mode.
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COVID-19: Unvaccinated Calgary police, city workers leveraging provincial rapid-testing program
Surplus rapid tests and a workplace testing kit program are helping the City of Calgary and Calgary Police Service extend its vaccine policy.
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Booster vaccine 3 months after 2nd dose raises antibodies the most: study
The "COV-Boost" study was cited by British officials when they announced that Pfizer and Moderna were preferred for use in the country's booster campaign.
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Band for girls with autism seeks tickets to see Billie Eilish’s sold-out show
The girls in Fireball Rainbow, started by Westmount Music Therapy want to experience a concert together. An activity typical teenage girls take for granted.
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Princeton dodges flooding bullet, but water overwhelms local highway
While the dikes in town prevented any further flooding, water from the Similkameen River overflowed onto Highway 3 outside of Princeton, forcing it to shut down Wednesday,
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Nominees announced for 2021 Saskatchewan Music Awards
The 2021 Saskatchewan Music Awards will be held in a streaming format on Jan. 20, 2022 via SaskMusic’s social media pages. 
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Saskatchewan healthcare workers are overworked and ‘drowning’, union says
CUPE Local 5430 President Bashir Jalloh said more full-time hires are needed, adding some continuing care workers are putting in 80 hours of overtime per month.
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B.C. floods: Merritt announces final phases for evacuees to return home
The city was evacuated on Nov. 15, due to sudden flooding from the Coldwater River, with residents being allowed to return in planned phases.
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Man charged with manslaughter, robbery in connection with 2020 killing in central Edmonton
On Thursday, the Edmonton Police Service said Sheldon Blyan, 45, has been charged with manslaughter with a firearm and robbery with a firearm.
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B.C. floods: Thousands of pigs, cows, chickens and likely bees died in Fraser Valley
Lana Popham said the work by farmers, volunteers and companies to clean out the barns and remove animals lost to flooding is 'extremely heartbreaking.'
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Calgary rescue cat featured on calendar to support animal rescue groups
A Calgary rescue cat named Molly is helping to support animal rescue groups across Canada.
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New Saskatoon tax rate will ‘force hard choices’ for businesses: chamber of commerce
Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce CEO Jason Aebig said he was hoping the city council to lower the tax rate from what was proposed, not raise it.
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Cannabis shops could help in pandemic’s economic recovery, Kingston expert says
This past August, the Ontario government's online cannabis store announced that there are more than 1,000 pot shops across the province, surpassing the 660 LCBO's across Ontario.
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Alberta announces plan to open new U.S. trade offices in Chicago, Seattle, Denver
Alberta already has trade offices in Washington D.C. and Mexico.
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Tom Mulcair: Intolerant policies now haunting Legault
Quebec Premier Francois Legault’s populist policies have recently turned against him, as employers in all regions of the province complain bitterly about a labour shortage that is crippling many businesses, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
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Paper Excellence closes mill in Powell River putting 206 out of work
Mill workers fear closure will become permanent as the company explores other options to make use of the facility's infrastructure.
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Mother Nature not done with B.C.’s South Coast, as region faces chance of snow
Environment Canada has issued special weather statements warning of the possibility of light snow for B.C.'s South Coast in the coming days.
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With holidays approaching, is Quebec set for a repeat of last year?
Premier François Legault has again dangled the idea of loosening measures around the holidays, but a decision won't come before next week.
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Gananoque community pulls together to support couple who lost their home to a fire
Owners of a downtown Gananoque book store are overwhelmed by the generosity of their community after losing their home to fire late last week.
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Spread of Omicron variant leading to more COVID-19 restrictions worldwide
With growing fears over the omicron variant, governments around the world are weighing new measures for populations tired of hearing about restrictions and vaccines.
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Liveblog: Montreal Canadiens host surging Colorado Avalanche
The Montreal Canadiens search for their first win in the post-Bergevin era, against one of the league's best.
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City committee hears about growing doctor shortage concerns in Lethbridge
A city committee is hearing from some of Lethbridge’s medical professionals this week about the ongoing challenges of finding and retaining doctors.
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Rick Mercer weighs in on Donald Trump's impact on comedy
Rick Mercer says he was glad not to be in the business of covering Donald Trump. The beloved comedian spoke to Power Play about his book 'Talking to Canadians: A Memoir.' He writes about everything from his Newfoundland roots to his career in the world of political satire.
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Weekend traffic: Major construction planned on highways 20, 25 and 30
Partial closures planned on Champlain Bridge and Papineau Ave.
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Suburbanites are shunning downtown Montreal concert venues. How to win them back?
"A big part of the strategy behind the new additions is to create something that you can't really find in the suburbs," said the head of a renovation project at Théâtre St-Denis.
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How are Saskatchewan oil and gas companies preparing for the future?
Federated Co-op Limited says their recent deal to purchase Husky retail fuel sites from Cenovus helps put them in a position to reduce their carbon footprint.
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Luxury stroller theft in Surrey, B.C. prompts reminder to protect packages
Burnaby RCMP said a package containing a $1,500 stroller was stolen from the front doorstep of a home in Surrey, B.C., on Nov. 24.
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Weather appears to be cooperating for Winnipeg’s CFL western final matchup
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will host the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the CFL's West Division final Sunday afternoon.
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Alberta Indigenous representatives prepare to meet the Pope this month in the Vatican
Representatives from Alberta Indigenous communities are hoping to continue reconciliation efforts by sharing their stories with Pope Francis later this month
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Delta man pleads guilty to 2020 arson that caused $3M damage: Police
Police in Delta, B.C., say an investigation into a fire that burned down a commercial building on New Year's Day last year has ended with a guilty plea.
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Only boy on Regina ringette team welcomed as goalie
The Ringette Association of Saskatchewan says there are fewer than 20 male athletes that play the sport in the province, but the game is open to all genders.
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Judge slams Ford and Tory’s ‘reckless’ comments about Toronto cop killing as accused asks to lift publication ban
The man charged in Det. Const. Jeffrey Northrup’s killing has taken the unusual step of asking court to release more details about what happened.
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Lethbridge Police Service Christmas Check Stop Campaign kicks off this weekend
'Tis the season to be merry, but making sure that's in check when it comes to alcohol. The Lethbridge Police Service announced plans for the 2021 Christmas Check Stop Campaign.
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