Forging ahead: Why blacksmithing is heating up

'It is just so enjoyable and so rewarding to see the finished product and the look when people see your products,' said blacksmith John Ducker.
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Man arrested in Gardiner collision that killed 58-year-old woman
The man was involved in a hit and run incident earlier this month, Toronto police say.
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Party response, Safe Semester cost $65K, tab sent to university: Guelph Police Board
Guelph police say extra resources needed to respond to homecoming parties cost an extra $36,000 while its Safe Semester program costs $29,500.
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Romane Bonnier remembered as kind, charismatic woman who brought ‘so much joy’ into the world
'It's so hard to describe who she was, you know, because she was just she was Romy and there's nobody like her.'
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Jamaica arrests Colombian as suspect in Haiti assassination
A police superintendent in Jamaica told The Associated Press on Thursday that authorities have arrested a Colombian man they believe is a suspect in the July 7 assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise.
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The Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) ends Saturday. Here’s what you need to know about the program that replaces it
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland announced Thursday that the new Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit will take effect Sunday, replacing the CRB.
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Who fixed the button that wouldn’t stop beeping?
A resident who reported a loudly malfunctioning pedestrian-crossing button to both Toronto and York Region couldn’t get a straight answer about which municipality is responsible.
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Permanent teleworking increases risk of talent drain, venture capital exec says
“If you’re remote forever, you’re going to spend your life training people to find better paying jobs somewhere else."
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Child screen time leaped during 1st wave of COVID-19 pandemic: Western-led study
The study found children spent roughly 5.9 hours a day looking at screens during the first wave, nearly three times the recommended amount.
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B.C. man saves four in Tofino float plane crash, six years after Leviathan II rescue
Nearly six years to the day of Monday's rescue, Brown helped rescue passengers of a whale-watching boat that capsized near Tofino in 2015.
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B.C. Interior elementary school reopens after COVID-19 closure
Sorrento Elementary School temporarily closed for one week due to positive COVID-19 cases and related staffing challenges, but have since reopened.
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Climate crisis 101: Canadian university courses to prepare you for a greener future
For green-minded students (and which students aren’t, these days?), the selection of environmental science courses at Canadian universities is better than ever The post Climate crisis 101: Canadian university courses to prepare you for a greener future appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Using traditional Inuit knowledge and Western science to study Arctic marine life
Since leaving Nunavut to study marine biology at the University of Guelph, Ph.D. student Enooyaq Sudlovenick has sought to understand more about the life that roams below the Arctic's ocean surface The post Using traditional Inuit knowledge and Western science to study Arctic marine life appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Police search for man seen holding a gun in downtown Vancouver
Security footage captured a man walking around downtown Vancouver on Tuesday, holding what appeared to be a firearm.
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Lisa Raitt and Anne McLellan sit down with Paul Wells: Maclean’s in Conversation
Senior writer Paul Wells interviews Raitt and McLellan live at the NAC as they return to Ottawa for a national summit on a prosperous new future for Canada The post Lisa Raitt and Anne McLellan sit down with Paul Wells: Maclean’s in Conversation appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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London International Airport hopeful national vaccine passport will help travel industry rebound
The recent announcement around a national proof of COVID-19 vaccine system is a welcome step for those hoping to see the air travel industry rebound.
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Quebec introduces family law reform, would regulate surrogate motherhood
The bill tabled Thursday would require the parties have a surrogacy agreement before the pregnancy begins. It's the first reform of Quebec's family law since the 1980s.
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Calgary police searching for jersey as part of evidence in downtown attacks
Calgary police are hoping the public can help find a hockey jersey that's considered evidence in a violent spree downtown last week.
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Brazen black bear intruder raids pantry in B.C.’s West Kootenays
A metre and a half away, a 450-pound boar black bear was looking at Kyle Storie of Edgewood, B.C.
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Canadiens' Mathieu Perreault adjusting to Montreal spotlight
Being able to tune out the outside noise in a hockey-mad market like Montreal can be a very good thing for a player.
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19-year-old woman killed in single vehicle rollover near Green Lake, Sask.
There were three other men in the car who were all taken to hospital with serious injuries.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan death toll reaches 800, 355 new cases reported
In Saskatchewan's COVID-19 update Thursday, one death was reported in the north central zone, and the other death was reported in the central west zone.
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Arrest warrant issued for man facing 2nd-degree murder in North Battleford, Sask.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Javon Moosomin, 21, who is facing a second-degree murder charge in North Battleford, Sask.
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Canada’s COVID-19 benefits: A look at what’s expiring and what’s new
The government of Canada has a $7.4-billion plan in place to support new COVID-19 benefits for hard-hit businesses and employees going into spring.
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Woman frustrated over surgery cancellation due to COVID-19 outbreaks at Moncton hospital
Outbreaks of COVID-19 on both the oncology and general surgery wards at The Moncton Hospital continue to cause delays in patient care.
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Crystal meth dashboard adds new harm reduction tool for London, Ont. and Middlesex County
The Middlesex-London Health Unit's new surveillance system aims to track crystal methamphetamine use in the region while identifying potential areas for intervention.
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Kelowna death deemed homicide, suspect apprehended under Mental Health Act
Neither the victim nor the suspect was known to the police prior to this incident, which took place in the 600-block of Bechard Road on Oct. 18.
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David Olive: John Tory should not be intervening in the messy affairs of Rogers: It’s a clear cut conflict of interest
Toronto’s mayor has shown favouritism to one enterprise, to which he and his family have had strong ties for three generations, writes David Olive.
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Rick Salutin: The perfidy of the Democrats: party elites are the real problem, not Joe Manchin
Manchin has been cast as the villian over the peril to Biden’s worthy reform package. However, for 80 years efforts to stifle even minimally “progressive” measures have been led not by individuals like Manchin, but by the party establishment.
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