Drugs, cash seized during a search warrant in Guelph: police
A 52-year-old Guelph man faces several charges after police seized drugs, cash and stolen property during a search warrant on Thursday.
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‘Immense progress’ made on reconciliation, but Orange Shirt Day calls for more: Winnipeg activist
A Winnipeg Indigenous activist says he feels there's been 'immense progress' made over the past year, and a genuine focus on reconciliation within the community.
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Son of late residential school survivor, advocate honours family at Survivors Walk in Winnipeg
The son of a residential school survivor says he's proud to represent his late father at Friday's Survivors Walk in honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
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Residential school survivor to throw first pitch
The Canadian anthem will be performed in Blackfoot, English and French before the Toronto Blue Jays play the Boston Red Sox tonight at Rogers Centre.
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Bill Zacharkiw's Wines of the Week: Sept. 30, 2022
Every week, Bill Zacharkiw identifies his top wine picks available at the SAQ and offers ideas for food pairings.
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3 Brant sisters, 2 Indigenous-owned businesses celebrating culture
"Imagine your child living 20 minutes away but they can't come home at night."
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Take your pick: There are two $19-million castles for sale in the West Island
You’re not dreaming if you think you see castles in the West Island, but you are if you think there’ll be an open house.
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Man dead, alleged impaired driver in custody after Abbotsford crash
One driver died at the scene and two passengers were sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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Man rescued from Saskatoon garbage truck
The driver of the garbage truck heard the man yelling and the truck stopped around the 200 block of 1st Avenue South. The man was then found on the truck's camera.
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The Right Chemistry: Dr. Hans Selye and the 'syndrome of just being sick'
The McGill researcher found stress is largely in the eye of the beholder; it is not so much what happens to you as it is how you respond.
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Putin accuses the West of sabotaging Baltic Sea pipelines
The UN Security Council is meeting in New York on the attacks on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines.
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Police 'dealing with a barricaded person' near Ont. hospital
There is a heavy police presence near a Mississauga hospital Friday morning as Peel Regional Police say they are currently "dealing with a barricaded person.”
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Highway 401 crash southwest of London, Ont. leaves 6 hospitalized
Police did not say whether any charges were pending following the crash, but they are appealing to the public for more information.
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Canadians not vaccinated for COVID-19 more cranky than those who rolled up their sleeves, new poll says
The poll comes as the federal government lifts pandemic restrictions at borders and ends mandatory masking on planes and trains Saturday.
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Canada slaps new sanctions on Russia after Putin annexes Ukrainian regions
Canada is slapping new sanctions on Russian officials and elites after President Vladimir Putin formally annexed four regions of Ukraine on Friday.
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Conservative leader Duhaime will not mark Truth and Reconciliation Day
"It's not just on one day, it's every day," Éric Duhaime said. "There's an election coming up. We're in the last stretch."
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Conversations That Matter: Searching for innovative addiction treatment
Hirpal Hundial, the Director of Clinical Services at Universal Ibogaine, joins Stuart McNish for Conversations That Matter
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Argos have best pass defence in CFL but will face challenge of hot Stampeders QB
Jake Maier just signed a two-year contract extension, and was named one of three CFL performers of the week on Tuesday.
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How inflation, rate hikes and a looming recession could push a wave of cash-strapped Canadians to bankruptcy
The country’s big banks are preparing for the worst-case scenario as they brace for a flood of post-pandemic consumer insolvencies amid economic turmoil.
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Crisis negotiators on scene for ‘barricaded person’ near Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga
There are reports of a heavy police presence near Erin Mills Town Centre and Credit Valley Hospital.
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Kitchener Rangers ship LeBlanc twins to Niagara IceDogs ahead of opener
The Kitchener Rangers eased their training camp logjam on Thursday by shipping the LeBlanc twins to the Niagara IceDogs for a handful of future draft picks.
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How close was a private firm to Quebec's management of COVID? Duhaime demands inquiry
The Conservative party leader said there are many unanswered questions concerning how McKinsey & Company appeared to shape public policy.
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The couple who spent their honeymoon riding an African iron ore train
Croatian newlyweds Kristijan and Andrea Ilicic chose an unusual honeymoon destination for their post-wedding celebrations -- a freight train carrying wagons of dirty iron ore across the baking hot deserts of Mauritania in northwest Africa.
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Ukraine applying for NATO membership in wake of Russian annexation
The news from Volodymyr Zelenskyy comes after Russian President Vladimir Putin proclaimed Russia’s annexation of a swath of Ukraine on Friday in a speech at the Kremlin.
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Indigenous leaders, Trudeau commemorate National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The event will honour residential school survivors, their families and their communities, and includes a commemorative program from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, in association with APTN.
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Siakam sets pace at Raptors camp with work ethic
There is no beating Pascal Siakam to the gym in the morning.
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TRC’s 94 Calls to Action: Progress being made, but more needed, Indigenous advocates say
"The Calls to Action really are the survivors workplan for the country," said Cindy Blackstock. And while some of the calls have been implemented, others have yet to be realized.
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Memphis teacher Eliza Fletcher died from a gunshot wound to the back of her head, autopsy reveals
Eliza Fletcher, the Memphis teacher who was abducted while on an early morning jog earlier this month, died from a gunshot wound to the back of her head and blunt force injury, according to an autopsy report.
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Crash causes traffic snarl at Portage Avenue, Perimeter Highway in Winnipeg
City police are helping Manitoba RCMP deal with what they're describing as a 'serious crash' that has caused heavy traffic congestion as vehicles are being re-routed.
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Gas up 3.8 cents in Nova Scotia as price breaks $1.50 per litre for 2nd week
This comes after pump prices dropped below $1.50 per litre on Sept. 9 for the first time since January. The cost has been slightly increasing each week since then.
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Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit by vehicle in Brampton
Emergency crews were called to Conestoga Drive and Primrose Court at around 9 a.m. Friday for reports of a pedestrian-involved collision.
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18-year-old arrested, man dies after disturbance at Brantford home: police
Brantford police say emergency services were called to a disturbance at a home on Henry Street near Stanley Avenue on Thursday at around 7:30 p.m.
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