87 traffic deaths reported in Saskatchewan during 2021
Preliminary data released by SGI indicates 87 people were killed in collisions on Saskatchewan roads during 2021.
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Suspended Alberta justice minister says he called police chief to check he wasn’t being profiled
Madu said he did not phone Edmonton police Chief Dale McFee to get the $300 distracted driving ticket cancelled, but understands why people could have concerns about the call. 
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Michael Dunahee disappearance focus of new podcast series; discusses suspects, couple of them named
He was last seen heading a short distance from the family’s car to the playground, where he had been told to wait for his father. Bruce and Crystal Dunahee never saw their son again.
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Starbucks drops COVID-19 vaccine, test mandate for U.S. employees
More than 90 per cent of Starbucks' U.S. workers have already disclosed their COVID-19 vaccination status, with a vast majority fully vaccinated, according to a memo.
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Quebec must better support private CHSLDs or abolish them, Herron lawyer tells coroner
Private seniors' residences still think they do not have the necessary support from their area health authority.
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‘Refreeze’ could bring slippery roads, walkways across Hamilton, Niagara
Environment Canada says an expected warm up and abrupt cool down will ice a number of surfaces in southern Ontario.
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University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina extend remote learning to Feb. 7
The University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan have extended remote learning until Feb. 7, 2022.
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Police looking to ID man allegedly approaching, touching young kids at Oshawa mall
Police said on Jan. 5 a mother and her daughter were shopping at the Oshawa Centre when the young girl was allegedly approached by a stranger and he grabbed her arm.
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East Van's C.R. Avery unrolls his feature film debut with live performances
The film, Victory on East Hastings, tells the story of an East Van burlesque troupe that decides to put on a ballet, called The Long Dark Night, that was originally performed, and then banned, in Ireland.
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PuSh Festival: Singh presents multi-voice exploration in Lobe Studios' 4DSOUND
Beat boxer Ruby Singh keeps on dropping dynamic sonic experiments.
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Style File: 4 haute handbags to elevate your winter wardrobe
With an eye for elevating one's seasonal style with just one key piece, we've rounded up four fashionable handbags that are sure to spice things up significantly.
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Wood's final anthology delivers wacky, wild tales of B.C.
Tales of B.C. is a posthumous collection from late award-winning and entertaining writer
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Anthony Gismondi: Wine pairings can make pizza night special
Vancouver Sun wine expert Anthony Gismondi's news from the wine and food world, recommended B.C. wine of the week, and a wine to add to your cellar.
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Chilliwack is still rockin' in the free world, half a century on
Between 1970 and 1988 the local rock band released 11 albums and rode high in the charts with songs like My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone).
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Cask Whisky Vault at Club Versante: An ambitious whisky bar
Cask Whisky Bar has about 300 whiskies, a bar, lounge and two private rooms.
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Style Q&A: Canadian brand aims to address gap in plus-size men's clothing market
Co-founder of Montreal-based Wide the Brand says company's goal is to say "goodbye to the stigma around the wide man’s wardrobe and fight the many clichés surrounding it."
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Live and virtual things to do Jan. 20-26
This week’s events hinge around the Snowed in Comedy Tour, the release of a long-lost folk rock album, and Dine Out Vancouver.
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Novak Djokovic bets on a COVID-19 cure with stake in Danish biotech firm
Novak Djokovic holds a majority stake in a Danish biotech firm aiming to develop a treatment to counter COVID-19, the company's CEO told Reuters.
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This just in: The PM has been phoning cabinet ministers
Paul Wells: Canada faces some hard questions on the Ukraine file. The latest release from the PMO suggests this government has nothing to say about it. The post This just in: The PM has been phoning cabinet ministers appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Member of Canadian military charged with sexually assaulting a minor
Alexandre Matheussen, 20, of Anjou, faces five charges in all involving a 13-year-old complainant
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Food manufacturers start to cut capacity amid labour shortages and supply chain woes
Canada's food manufacturers are starting to cut capacity and focus on key products as they confront labour shortages and supply chain problems that show no signs of easing.
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Police funding should be ‘more responsive’ to community safety: Winnipeg councillor
Currently, police receive more than $300 million annually -- 27 per cent of Winnipeg's total operating budget, a number that continues to climb.
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Former Mobile Crisis Services employee charged after ‘financial irregularities’ reported: Regina Police
A Regina woman who was employed by Mobile Crisis Services has been charged with theft and fraud after the non-profit organization discovered "financial irregularities."
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Trudeau says Canada fears armed conflict in Ukraine as Russia ramps up aggression
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again condemning mounting aggression from Russia against Ukraine, indicating that Canada fears the situation could dissolve into armed conflict.
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COVID protocols slack in Toronto real estate showings, tenant says
A Toronto man renting a condominium apartment says real estate agents who showed it to prospective buyers disregarded COVID protocols.
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New TV business competition invites Indigenous entrepreneurs into the ‘Bears’ Lair’
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Ukraine tensions: Frigate at ‘high’ readiness as it sets off for NATO mission
The navy has billed the NATO mission as part of "deterrence measures" in the region as tensions mount between Ukraine and Russia.
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Supply chain disruptions, shift in consumer behaviour keep inflation elevated in Canada
CTVNews.ca created five charts using data from Statistics Canada and interviewed economists to help explain why inflation in Canada remains so high, amid the continuing effects of the pandemic on the global supply chain.
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Toronto’s ASD Band wants others on the autism spectrum to know: ‘We can do anything’
After getting their start at a charity event with Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson, the group has put out a six-song EP. “I hope one day we’ll all be famous,” says singer Rawan Tuffaha.
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U.K.’s Boris Johnson defies growing calls to resign: ‘In the name of God, go!’
Pressure on Boris Johnson grew as one Conservative lawmaker defected to the opposition Labour Party and a former Conservative Cabinet Minister told him: "In the name of God, go!"
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Dakota Tipi First Nation to investigate unmarked graves at five former residential schools in Manitoba
Dakota Tipi First Nation has received funding to help with investigations into unmarked graves at five former Manitoba residential schools.
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Trudeau says Russia looking for ‘excuses’ to invade Ukraine
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will continue to support the Ukrainian government, but has not yet committed more military aid as tensions with Russia remain high.
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Evidence of racism against Indigenous patients is growing: Is a reckoning in Canadian health care overdue?
Gabrielle Lindstrom, an education consultant from the University of Calgary, says racism in the health system has become a barrier to access. He believes a reckoning is overdue.
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Distribution of masks, tests at schools requires coordination, but the protection is worth it: Davidson
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