Daylight shooting marks 3rd homicide investigation in Toronto in less than 24 hours

Police said emergency crews were called to the Weston Road and Highway 401 area at 3:42 p.m. for reports of a shooting in a plaza parking lot. 
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10-vehicle crash on Manitoba road caused by icy conditions, RCMP say
Police said a pickup truck lost control on the icy road and caused a chain reaction that affected 10 other vehicles, including a semi.
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Interim shelter to be housed at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Kitchener
A new interim overnight shelter, which has been set up at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Kitchener, Ont., is able to host up to 50 unhoused people nightly this winter.
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B.C. safety agency issues worker hazard warnings for flooding cleanup
Barry Nakahara, the agency's senior prevention services field manager, couldn't estimate the size of the job ahead, but says restoration companies have many examples of post-disaster cleanup to refer to, including hurricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005.
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Man charged in alleged November hit-and-run involving pedestrian: London police
The collision happened near Highbury Avenue North and Brydges Street around 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 29, police said.
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B.C. floods: No timeline on when Highway 3 may open to recreational travel
Transportation Minister Rob Fleming said the major route through southern B.C. that was heavily damaged by the recent flooding will remain open to essential travel only.
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Nova Scotia raised borrowing by more than $1 billion to cover COVID 19 costs: auditor
Nova Scotia's auditor general says the province approved $1.1 billion in added borrowing during 2020-21 to cover the capital and relief costs of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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1 dead, one injured in ATV crash in Lake Country: Kelowna RCMP
Kelowna RCMP said Tuesday Lake Country officers received a report on Sunday about two missing people who were ATVing in the Oyama Lake area.
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Montreal real estate prices soar 21% amid lower listings, sales in November
The association says sales for the month totalled 4,402, a 17 per cent drop from 5,296 in November 2020. New listings amounted to 5,056, down 14 per cent from 5,848 last November.
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Germany will act if Russia invades Ukraine, possibly halt Nord Stream 2 pipeline: reports
U.S. officials told Congress they have been in contact with their German counterparts in the event of an invasion, a congressional aide told Reuters.
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COVID-19: N.B. reports 69 new cases, anyone aged 50 and older eligible for booster dose
New Brunswick says the number of hospitalizations from COVID-19 is down from a week ago, while the active case total is also starting to decline.
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Ava Drabyk continues to break barriers in boys’ hockey
Ava Drabyk is blazing trails for all girls in hockey, the goalie has now become the first female to win a game, play, or be dressed in three different Saskatchewan boys leagues.
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Vinay Menon: Drake snubs the Grammys and this diss track should terrify the Recording Academy
Drake doesn’t need the Grammys. But the Grammys need superstars like Drake.
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Grey Cup arrives by Air Force chopper at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park
"The party starts today", said Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger. "We look forward to a fantastic game on Sunday." Hamilton will host its first Grey Cup in 25 years.
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Snowfall warnings issued for parts of N.S., up to 25 cm expected
Nova Scotia's string of wild and wacky weather is forecast to continue with Halifax and parts of the province now set to get anywhere between 15 and 25 centimetres of snow.
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‘Farmer mental health requires a different response’: University of Guelph study shows poor mental health in farmers
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Ontario Land Tribunal dismisses appeal against Guelph’s new ward boundaries
The decision by the Ontario Land Tribunal means the new ward boundaries for Guelph will be in place for the 2022 municipal election. 
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KFL&A Public Health records 88 new COVID-19 cases, highest ever daily case count
The health unit recorded the highest number of daily cases ever seen in the region Tuesday. Hospitalizations are also at an all-time high with 29 people being treated for COVID-19.
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Ottawa man charged after OPP, RCMP and FBI investigate years of cyber attacks
An Ottawa man is charged after a two-year investigation from the FBI, OPP and RCMP into malware and ransomware attacks across Canada and the United States.
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Canada plans to expand COVID-19 vaccine mandate to cover banks, telecoms sectors
Canada will soon crack down on COVID-19 mandates, forcing banks, telecommunications companies and all other federally regulated workspaces to ensure their employees are inoculated, Ottawa said on Tuesday.
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Indigenous papal visit postponed to 2022 amid concerns around Omicron COVID-19 variant
The groups met today to discuss the matter, and issued a joint statement saying they decided to postpone because of the "uncertainty and potential health risks surrounding international travel."
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RCMP urging parents to call 911 if intimidated outside B.C. vaccine clinics for kids
Cpl. Jennifer Cooper says about a dozen people voiced their opinions against vaccines at a clinic in Prince George on Monday, and some of them followed families to their vehicles.
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Portage rooftop bank robbery thwarted: police
A 30-year-old man is in custody after allegedly climbing through the roof of a closed bank Tuesday morning, Portage la Prairie RCMP said.
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Quebec City police facing another watchdog probe after civilian injured in July
It's the latest investigation involving the police force, coming after two other probes were announced Monday in relation to a pair of violent arrests in October and November.
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Parents should call 911 if intimidated outside B.C. vaccine clinics for kids: RCMP
An RCMP officer in northern B.C. says protesters outside a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children have been warned their actions are illegal, and any parents who feel intimidated at such facilities should immediately contact police.
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Okanagan College showcases new health science centre
‘The students that will graduate from this building are going to go on into work in long term care, in hospital settings, in pharmacies in dental clinics.’
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Health officials say Prince Edward Island having its ‘first real wave’ of COVID cases
Prince Edward Island's chief medical health officer is raising concerns about the number of recent cases of COVID-19 in the province.
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1 new COVID-19 death reported in Waterloo Region Tuesday, death toll now 309
Waterloo Region's death toll connected to COVID-19 has now risen to 309, a number that includes two victims in December. The latest victim is a man in his 70s.
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B.C. winter outlook: Does a La Niña climate pattern mean lots of snow?
British Columbia experienced a 'fairly typical' La Niña season last year, with a moderate strength La Niña signal. And it looks like the province could be heading into another.
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A suspected killer of Saudi journalist Khashoggi arrested in France: Reuters sources
One of the suspected killers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was arrested at Roissy airport near Paris on Tuesday as he was about to board a flight to Riyadh, sources said, a move welcomed by his fiancee and a rights group as a potential breakthrough.
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Trudeau airport too small to test everyone for COVID-19: Aéroports de Montréal
In an attempt to reduce the spread of the Omicron variant, Canada requires all air travellers to get tested for COVID-19 upon arrival.
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Military's former head of human resources charged with sexual assault, indecent acts
Military police say they have charged the former head of human resources for the Canadian Armed Forces with one count of sexual assault. The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service says Vice-Admiral Haydn Edmundson has also been charged with one count of indecent acts.
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Canadian Forces’ former HR head charged with sexual assault
Vice-Admiral Haydn Edmundson’s case has now been transferred to the civilian court system, according to a brief statement from the department of defence.
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Hamilton’s Blue Line taxi issued licence to serve Burlington days after local outlet closes
A Hamilton-based taxi service is set to cover a transportation hole after Burlington Taxi – a 53-year fixture of the community – close its doors for good in November.
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French police arrest man in connection with assassination of dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi
French police arrested a man Tuesday in connection with Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, but a Saudi official said the arrest was a case of mistaken identity.
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Six weeks after swearing-in, ministers haven't been issued mandate letters
Six weeks after being sworn in to their current portfolios, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet has still not been issued mandate letters, according to a minister who says he doesn't know when he'll receive his.
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Military’s former head of human resources charged with sexual assault, indecent acts
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1 person, 2 companies face charges in London, Ont. building collapse
Two people died and several others were hospitalized following the partial building collapse at the 555 Teeple Terr. construction site in London, Ont., on Dec. 11, 2020.
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Saskatchewan government broadens COVID-19 vaccine booster eligibility
The Province of Saskatchewan has also reduced the recommended interval to receive a COVID-19 booster shot from six months to five.
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Former head of military personnel charged after sexual assault investigation
The Canadian Forces is facing what experts have deemed an existential crisis over sexual misconduct allegations against multiple senior leaders.
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