COVID-19 testing site at Mohawk College in Hamilton to relocate

Hamilton public health says the site will close in mid-December.
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Tories continue boycott of national security committee over Winnipeg lab documents
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole pulled his party's MPs from the committee last spring to protest the Liberal government's refusal to hand over unredacted documents.
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96 charges, 54 arrests made with help from 4,741 tips to Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers in 2021
Crime Stoppers Metro Vancouver received 4,741 tips in 2021, including 215 tips related to gang activity and 403 tips related to illegal guns.
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Ukrainian Canadians worry about Russia conflict: ‘I’m afraid for my family’
Ukrainian Canadians with families back in Ukraine are worrying about their safety as Russian aggression near the borders is stoking fears of a possible invasion.
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IIO report: Police acted appropriately during Vernon domestic disturbance arrest
The report said two people were arrested at the domestic disturbance: a man for breaching court conditions and a woman who swung at police.
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Canada announces $8 million to help companies use satellite data
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Francois-Philippe Champagne says the move will help Canadian businesses compete in a rapidly growing industry.
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By the numbers: More than 4,700 tips poured in to Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers
Most tipsters aren't after the reward money, said executive director Linda Annis. They want to do the right thing. And stay anonymous.
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Rescuers coax stranded dog to safety by tying sausage to drone
Rescuers used a two-ounce piece of sausage to get the attention of Millie, a very food-motivated dog.
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2 men charged with 1st-degree murder in connection with 2021 Ajax shooting
Durham Regional Police said that at around 12 a.m. on June 2, 2021, officers responded to a home on Smith Lane, in the area of Westney Road and Magill Drive. 
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Trucker vaccine mandate confusion left industry scrambling, some drivers quarantining
Conflicting messaging from federal officials in the days leading up to the implementation of Canada's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers left transport companies scrambling to recall drivers, and as a result some have had to quarantine, according to one industry group.
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Guelph police BEAT unit investigation leads to weapons and drugs
Guelph police say two men in their 30s and a 40-year-old woman have been charged after officers found weapons and drugs in a downtown apartment building.
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Snow removal wrapping up in Guelph following winter storm
The City of Guelph says snow will be cleared out of the downtown overnight beginning Thursday and again on Monday through to Tuesday morning.
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Christopher Lamarche sentenced to 12.5 years in prison for death of infant son
Edmonton Court of Queen's Bench Justice Sterling Sanderman told court that Lamarche has about 8 1/2 years left in his sentence because of the time he has already spent in custody.
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Avalanche danger warning posted for B.C. backcountry users
REVELSTOKE — A special avalanche warning has been posted for recreational backcountry users in several regions of B.C. and Alberta as warm temperatures make the snowpack unstable. Avalanche Canada and Parks Canada have issued the advisory to take effect immediately and last through to Monday. The warning applies to the North and South Columbias, Purcells, […]
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Unstable snowpack leads to avalanche warning for Alberta, B.C. national parks
If you're planning to head to the mountains this weekend, check the avalanche forecast and go prepared.
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Fariha Naqvi-Mohamed: Widening cracks should have been fixed long ago
We knew there were issues with health-care and education long before COVID came into the picture, yet too little was done.
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Quebec health authorities not to blame for CHSLD deaths, lawyer tells inquest
"It was a given that the CHSLDs and public health were the poor cousins of the system ... for at least three decades."
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Nova Scotia reports 3 more deaths related to COVID-19, 11 since Monday
Nova Scotia Health Authority labs completed 4,402 tests Wednesday and identified 696 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19. The majority of those were in Central Zone.
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Crown disclosure delayed again in Nathaniel McLellan manslaughter case
The lawyer for the Strathroy woman accused in the toddler’s death told court she is still awaiting a “significant amount of disclosure,” seven months after the manslaughter charge.
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Here’s a look at Ontario’s planned timeline to lift COVID-19 restrictions
Ontario will start lifting public health restrictions at the end of this month.
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Canada has sanctioned 400 people and entities so far since Russian Ukraine incursion
Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly said Thursday that Russia would face severe sanctions if it makes further moves against Ukraine. Canada has already imposed a lengthy series of sanctions related to Russia dating back to 2014 when its military forcibly annexed Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
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O’Toole’s boycott leaves security panel of parliamentarians with no Conservative MPs
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Quebec premier says no plans to ease COVID-19 rules for now
'The situation remains very difficult at the moment,' Quebec Premier François Legault said during a COVID-19 update for the province on Thursday.
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Canada Post reconsidering policy forbidding workers to use their own N95 masks
A spokesman for Canada Post said Thursday that they are looking to understand from federal authorities if COVID-19 mask guidance has changed.
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Lucy Li, suspect in Hamilton shooting homicide, granted bail
Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, now 26, faces charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder in connection with a February 2021 shooting at a Hamilton-area business.
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COVID-19: More than 400 N.B. health staff isolating, 3 new deaths reported
There are currently 124 active COVID-19 hospitalizations, another new record for New Brunswick. Nine of the 12 patients in intensive care are on a ventilator. 
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'Be a savvy consumer': Expert tips for Canadians to help tame inflation
As inflation increases to levels not seen in decades, experts are advising Canadians to take advantage of coupons, points programs and purchase affordable alternatives where possible to help mitigate the financial strain caused by rising prices.
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Jacob Hoggard trial: Hedley frontman sex assault trial set to begin in May
The trial, which will be heard by a jury, is now scheduled to start May 2 and continue until early June.
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Alberta premier, health minister, AHS CEO to join Dr. Hinshaw for COVID-19 update
The premier, health minister, CEO of Alberta Health Services and chief medical officer of health will on be on hand for a COVID-19 update Thursday afternoon. 
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Ontario students seek grade ‘freeze’ during Omicron interrupted semester
High schoolers across Ontario are lobbying their school boards and the province for a ``freeze'' on grades for the remainder of this Omicron-interrupted semester.
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Sask. RCMP seek George Gordon First Nation man charged with firearms offences
RCMP are looking for a man from the George Gordon First Nation who is wanted on 18 criminal charges relating to shots being fired during an assault and robbery on Christmas Eve.
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