How a pair of stranger murders shook 1980s Toronto


Live-in nanny Christine Prince knew to be careful out alone — 19-year-old cheerleader Jenny Isford had been murdered less than a month earlier.
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Calgary Stampeders sign linebacker Fraser Sopik to new contract
The Calgary Stampeders have re-signed Canadian linebacker Fraser Sopik.
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‘I don’t want to minimize it’: Sask. doctor wary as COVID-19 measures ease
Dr. Alexander Wong said it's difficult to know what the immediate impact will be of the Sask. government's decision to relax some COVID-19 public health measures despite Omicron.
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Letters sent home about school absenteeism raise questions for parents
Families informed when at least 30% of staff and students are away. But it’s unclear what the benchmark means.
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Ontario’s online gambling market set to launch April 4
Date was greeted by cheers from companies which hope to tap into the new market.
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Surrey’s council to vote on pausing new ethics complaints until next election
The proposed bylaw change would prevent anyone from filing new ethics complaints until after this fall's election, but would allow current complaints to proceed.
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‘Substantial’ Lethbridge Family Services donation to help reduce counselling wait times
'Wait times since the beginning of COVID have pretty much doubled, and we've gone to at times needing to triage families, which is absolutely unacceptable.'
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American media personalities have jumped onto the convoy story. Here’s what that could mean for Canada
It could mean a boon for Donald Trump, among other things.
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Vaughn Palmer: NDP faces huge challenges as pay talks open with public servants
Opinion: Soaring inflation means unions will want more than 2-2-2, but the 4.5-4.5-4.5 being sought by the main federal government union would be a tough sell
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Trudeau says ‘very small, very angry’ trucker convoy is trying to ‘lash out’
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's concerned about the potential for violence during this weekend's planned protest on Parliament Hill by truckers.
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COVID-19: B.C. hospitalizations still hovering under 1,000, 9 more deaths reported
Health officials said there were 990 positive cases in B.C. hospitals, an overnight increase of 13, along with 141 cases in critical or intensive care.
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Man dead after being struck by vehicle in Etobicoke
Emergency crews were called to the scene at Islington Avenue and The Queensway shortly after 3 p.m. Friday after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle.
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Buddies in Bad Times Theatre appoints new board of directors
Longtime bar manager Patricia Wilson also announced she was stepping back from the company.
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Winnipeg city council to review protocol after councillor attends virtual meeting while driving
Winnipeg city council will be reviewing and updating protocols surrounding virtual participation in council proceedings after a councillor joined a virtual meeting while driving.
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Should NBA players be involved in the all-star voting?
They don’t appear to be taking the process seriously.
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Calgary teen with Down syndrome launches pop-up western wear shop
Wyatt Smuszko,16, has been thrifting and collecting donations of used western wear with a plan to open a pop-up shop in Calgary ahead of the Stampede. Michael King reports.
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CFL veteran SirVincent Rogers signs 1-day contract to retire as a Redblack
Offensive lineman SirVincent Rogers has signed a one-day contract with the Ottawa Redblacks so he may retire as a member of the team.
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Researchers predict risk of long COVID with patients' blood
A new study has identified an antibody ‘signature’ in COVID-19 patients’ blood that can be used to predict long-term complications. Other risk factors include severe initial symptoms and a previous history of asthma.
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As trucker convoy rolls into Ottawa, media faces criticism from right-leaning politicians
Conservative leaders like Andrew Scheer, Pierre Poilievre and Scott Moe have recently criticized media’s reporting of issues like the trucker protest and COVID-19.
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The Fred VanVleet-Nick Nurse relationship is one of respect and collaboration
“We all want the best for the team,” says the Raptors guard, who serves as an extension of the coaches on the court.
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Bodies of family that froze to death trying to cross border may not return to India
A relative of a family that froze to death in Manitoba while trying to cross the United States border says it's expected the bodies will not be flown home to India for a funeral.
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Dry January: Alberta farmers appeal for help as feed supply dwindles
Alberta cattle producers say 2022 seems to have begun much the same way the 2021 season ended. Whether bracing against the bitter cold, or a chinook wind, conditions are dry.
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Saskatchewan commuters facing highway closures, extreme winter driving
More than 10,000 vehicles travel on Highway 1 between Regina and Moose Jaw on a daily basis. A section of highway that has been closed three times already this winter.
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Metro Vancouver welcomes the Year of the Tiger
Even as physical distancing precautions continue, the spirit of Lunar New Year blazes on
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‘Freedom Convoy’ leader shared symbol of far-right hate group on TikTok
Dave Steenburg has called for calm and respect from protesters in other posts.
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Witness in murder trial describes Rocco Sollecito's final moments
Dominico Scarfo is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder.
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Wetaskiwin to close homeless camp as future plans unknown
Wetaskiwin voted last week to close ``tent city'' as most, if not all, people who were living there are now using a nearby warming shelter.
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Canadian artist Tony Urquhart had a legacy of groundbreaking work: ‘He was born to create art’
Teacher, mentor and activist set industry standards that protect artists and ensure fair pay.
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Review: 2022 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X
All-new but still old.
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Opposition calling on Alberta government to release coal reports
Justin Brattinga, a spokesperson for the premier's office, provided a statement to Global News saying the reports will be disclosed.
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City blocking of air vents used by homeless to keep warm at Hamilton city hall ’embarassing’ error
A Hamilton city spokesperson said the vent cover-up involved an error related to materials and permitting, while homeless advocates question the timing amid extreme cold warnings.
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