University of Saskatchewan announces incoming chief athletics officer
Shannon Chinn will take over as the chief athletics officer on June 15.
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What does 'cheugy' mean? The term that took off on TikTok, explained
A new word to describe people who are a bit out of fashion has taken over social media. Like it or not, you might be cheugy.
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UN gang killer Cory Vallee should get a new trial: defence lawyer
Judge who convicted gangster erred on witnesses’ credibility, late video disclosure, Eric Gottardi tells B.C. Court of Appeal
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Vaughn Palmer: Seat redistribution is a wake-up call for B.C. Liberals
Opinion: Party must figure out how to attract voters in B.C.'s urban majority
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Alberta justice minister apologizes after accusing feds, provincial NDP, media of wanting COVID-19 disaster
"I would like to offer an apology for my recent comments on my personal Facebook account," Kaycee Madu tweeted. "My comments were wrong."
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CAQ government to table reforms to French Language Charter Thursday
After immigration and state secularism, the CAQ government is poised to send Quebec into a long debate about language. On Thursday the government will table what it calls "robust," changes to Bill 101.
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Edmonton police search for suspects in cellphone fraud investigation
Police said when a woman arrived to sell the phone, the man confronted her about the previous purchase.
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COVID-19: Outdoor gear dwindles well before summer starts in Saskatchewan
Gear like bikes and kayaks is hard to come by as demand spikes and supplies dwindle.
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Police, coroner investigate skeletal human remains found in Victoria-area waterway
Investigators were called to the Gorge Waterway after recreational divers found the partial remains of a human skull bone in early February
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Outdoor art exhibit at Kelowna’s Rotary Centre for the Arts calls attention to Myanmar military coup
"Art isn't simply entertainment or pretty pictures."
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Alberta considering COVID-19 vaccine clinics in schools: Kenney
During a news conference Tuesday, the premier mentioned the province is looking at potentially offering in-school COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
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Ash in our airspace? Montreal's volcano centre stands on guard for us
If an eruption is powerful enough, it can send ash into the jet stream and be transported thousands of kilometres from where it originated.
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B.C. suspicious death investigation: Person of interest located in Okanagan, police say
The body of Brenda Ware, 35, was found near Radium, along Highway 93, on May 6. On Tuesday, Philip Toner, 41, was located in Lake Country.
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Regina pharmacies book up in anticipation of Wednesday’s COVID-19 vaccine shipment
Some Regina pharmacies are expected to receive 120 doses of COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday afternoon, which is estimated to last just four days.
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Battleford, Sask., business offers reward for stolen iguana decoration
Battleford Furniture store is putting up a $1,000 reward in hopes of finding its beloved iguana decoration.
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Curbside organics among topics discussed on Day 2 of Lethbridge CIP deliberations
Capital Improvement Program deliberations continued on Tuesday, beginning with a deeper look at last month's online public engagement. 
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Virtual care popular at BC Children’s Hospital, plans underway to continue post-pandemic
Seventy-nine per cent of patients and their families reported an overall positive experience with virtual care and 92 per cent said they would recommend virtual care to others.
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B.C.-based Paper Excellence to buy rival Domtar for US$3 billion
With the deal, Paper Excellence gains bigger entry to U.S. market with Domtar's extensive investments in the manufacture of packaging products.
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Canadian experts warn against Facebook’s plan for Instagram for kids
Experts in Canada are now speaking out about Facebook's plans for a new version of Instagram for children under 13. 'We're incredibly concerned that this is even on the table.'
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Alberta takes legal action against pastor, rodeo organizers for gatherings
A court date has been set for a Calgary pastor and two rodeo organizers have been ordered to appear in court after they were all accused of violating public health orders in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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'Vaccination rhymes with liberation,' Legault reminds young Quebecers
"We're going through the third wave together and we're getting closer to the finish line every day," the premier said at Tuesday's pandemic news conference.
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‘It’s going to be a lot harder’: Moving from high school to university sports during a pandemic
It's been a difficult year for high school athletes looking ahead to university, since the COVID-19 pandemic has meant competition in Regina has been on hold for more than a year.
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Lethbridge pharmacies discuss COVID-19 vaccine availability, 2nd doses
As of Monday, Albertans over the age of 12 were given the green light to book their COVID-19 immunizations at either AHS vaccination sites or a participating pharmacy.
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Indigenous kids get vaccinated at special Toronto pop-up soon after over-12s approved for Pfizer
With less than a couple of days’ notice, organizers said, they vaccinated about 156 people, including preteens.
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COVID-19: B.C. records 515 new cases as infection numbers trend downward
British Columbia has extended its state of emergency, first declared March 18, 2020, until May 25.
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Canadiens Notebook: Habs could rest some players for final game
"We have many guys banged up," head coach Dominique Ducharme says ahead of regular-season finale against the Oilers on Wednesday.
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Anger growing in Thornhill neighbourhood atop planned Yonge North subway extension
Dozens of Royal Orchard homes sport signs in protest of the proposed Yonge North subway extension route. Residents will soon be carrying signs in a physically distanced protest.
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Second World War suitcase to be reunited with family
Luggage labels, letters and cables tell the story of a classic wartime romance
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Daphne Bramham: ‘Weather’ or not to go out? COVID’s made me a climate consumer
Opinion: I’m on an endless quest for sun days, days dry enough for a socially distanced walk or warm enough to try for a spot on a patio or plan a picnic
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The Maple Leafs’ playoff roster is something to look forward to
From Zach Hyman’s pending reunion with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner to a potential fourth line for the ages, the Leafs’ first-round opponent will have a lot to deal with.
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‘Extremely Canadian case’: Fence post theft leads to beaver dam in Saskatchewan
A case of stolen fence posts led Porcupine Plain RCMP officers to a beaver dam last week.
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Southern Alberta researcher working to improve pathogen cleaning process
Sanitizing surfaces is now routine due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but are you getting every microbe?
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What's on the menu at Atwater Market and Jean-Talon Market's restaurants this summer
Sweets like donuts, churros, and bubble teas and joining the offerings at two of Montrealers' favourite places to snack and shop in the spring and summer.
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Ontario just paused AstraZeneca first doses — butsome people were already vaccine ‘shopping’
The public had already turned away from the vaccine due to muddied public health information for days before the announcement.
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Parents of teen who drowned testify at trial for TDSB teacher charged in their son’s death
Jeremiah Perry’s grief-stricken parents testified at the trial of teacher Nicholas Mills, charged in connection with Perry's drowning on a school trip in 2017.
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Insurance premiums skyrocketing for small businesses, even as another lockdown looms for Ontario
The insurance market is going through a global correction due to increased claim costs exacerbated by the pandemic as well as a supply and demand problem, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada.
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Have your say: Do you think Ontario should open up outdoor activities before the May 24 weekend?
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COVID-19: British Columbia reports 515 new cases, 2 deaths
The province's death COVID-19 death toll has risen to 1,624. The number of COVID-19 patients in hospital rose by 11 to 426, the province said Tuesday.
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