Edmonton Oilers ponder future of fighting after Zack Kassian injury

Edmonton Oilers' Zack Kassian squared off with Vancouver's Zack MacEwen, leading Kassian to lay motionless for a few seconds after his head smacked the ice Thursday night.
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Man wanted in connection with Moose Lake arson, assault arrested: RCMP
Both victims were taken to the local nursing station with what police describe as minor physical injuries. 
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Parking tickets coming back to residential streets in Winnipeg
Drivers can expect to find a parking ticket on any vehicles parked longer than the street's posted time restrictions next month
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Over $10K stolen from Edmontonians; police investigate auto insurance fraud
Edmonton police warn of an auto insurance scam by a fake insurance company using the name Almarta Brokers. EPS believes at least seven people have been defrauded.
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Over $12M in grant funding going towards police positions in Regina, Saskatoon
An investment of more than $12 million from the Saskatchewan government will help fund a variety of existing and new police positions in Regina and Saskatoon.
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Ontario’s vaccine passport app is here — but the older, easily forged version will still be accepted as proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Government is confident the majority of Ontarians will do the right thing, noting there are fines in place for anyone caught using a fake document.
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Ontario’s Ford government has lots more work to do to treat temp workers fairly
It’s not just a matter of punishing a few “bad actors” but of tackling a system that encourages the use of temporary workers on a large scale.
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New Brunswick groups slam attorney general’s memo on land acknowledgement
Two organizations are standing up against the attorney general's memo to prohibit public employees from using traditional Indigenous land acknowledgements.
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Halifax woman wants off-leash dog regulations to be strengthened following attack
A Halifax woman wants to see off-leash dog regulations strengthened after being bitten in Point Pleasant Park.
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Vacancies fall, rents rise as the GTA’s rental market hits balance, briefly
Toronto tenants are facing a rare balanced market. But it won’t belong before the pandemic-induced slack is taken up and the vacancy squeeze returns, says market research company Urbanation.
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Okanagan teenage busker puts on concert to raise funds for Vernon Jubilee Hospital
"She had stage four lung cancer and they really helped her with that they gave her like an extra two months."
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Coroners service, WorksafeBC investigating death at Kamloops business
The BC Coroners Service confirms it is looking into a fatality at Rivercity Fibre, located at 1880 Mission Flats Rd.
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Coroners Service, WorksafeBC investigating death at Kamloops business
The BC Coroners Service confirms it is looking into a fatality at Rivercity Fibre, located at 1880 Mission Flats Road.
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Five Raptors games to watch this season
The Raptors host the Washington Wizards on Wednesday in their first season opener at Scotiabank Arena in two years. Here are five more games to watch this season:
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‘He’s not a pit bull’: GTA dog owner fights DNA test that could see puppy deported out of province
Stuntman Tommy Chang, who lives in Woodbridge, says Vaughan animal services had no business doing DNA testing on his pet Dwaeji, an American Bully. The breed that is not specifically prohibited under the province’s pit bull law.
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Vaughn Palmer: It remains to be seen whether guidelines, persuasion can rescue northeast which is mired in labyrinth of misinformation
Opinion: COVID-19 vaccination rates are climbing in B.C.'s northeast, albeit slowly.
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77 per cent of Canadians aged 55-69 worried about retirement finances: survey
More than three quarters of Canadians nearing or in early retirement are worried about their finances, at a time when more and more Canadians plan to age at home for as long as possible, a new survey has revealed.
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‘Warriored up’ survivors speak truth to power at ceremony in Kamloops, B.C.
Residential school survivors, intergenerational survivors and family spoke directly to the prime minister on his first visit to Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc since the spring.
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Opposition questions claim that $10M from Kananaskis park pass is improving area
But New Democrat Opposition critic Marlin Schmidt said there's evidence that upkeep still isn't keeping up with maintenance on the area.
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COVID-19 outbreak inside Moncton hospital, including cancer unit
According to Horizon Health, 14 patients and 10 staff members are impacted by the outbreaks. 
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COVID-19 rapid tests now rolling out across New Brunswick
New Brunswick Public Health distributed COVID-19 rapid test kits across the province Monday as health officials attempt to get the fourth wave of the pandemic under control.
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Families of Ethiopian Airlines crash victims want more Boeing executives held accountable as one former pilot faces federal charges
The federal indictment alleges that a former chief technical pilot for Boeing lied to the Federal Aviation Admission about the Boeing 737 MAX’s control system believed to be the cause of the planes crashing in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
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COVID-19: 93% of City of Guelph employees fully vaccinated
The City of Guelph's policy was announced on Aug. 29 and employees were given until last Friday to submit proof of vaccination or exemption.
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Parents and teachers call for transparency from public health about school COVID-19 cases
After school on Monday, the province announced two more schools will be closing for the remainder of the week: Joseph Howe Elementary and Ecole Mer et Monde.
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RCMP investigate burned-down church in northern Alberta
RCMP were called to a fire at a church in Peerless Lake on Oct. 15, 2021. Police believe the fire is suspicious in nature and are asking the public for help.
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Trump files lawsuit to block release of Jan. 6 documents
Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday sought to block the release of documents related to the Jan. 6 insurrection to the congressional committee investigating the attack, challenging the decision of President Joe Biden.
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Trump sues U.S. House panel investigating Jan. 6 attack
Former U.S. President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit on Monday against the House of Representatives committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, alleging it made an 'illegal, unfounded, and overbroad' request for his White House records.
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Pfizer asks Health Canada to approve COVID-19 vaccines for children aged 5-11
Pfizer already submitted clinical trial data for its child-sized dose to Health Canada at the beginning of the month.
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