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Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says leader from Lower Mainland would ‘benefit’ party
Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says it would be beneficial to the BC Greens to find a leader from the Lower Mainland.
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Charles Dutoit not a member of Order of Montreal, city says
Statement comes in response to a request by the Quebec Musicians' Guild to strip him of the honour
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Metro Vancouver single-family home values plunge
Fall in home values will impact some owners' personal finances, as assessed values are used by banks to determine how much owners can borrow.
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Billion dollar boom: UNDRIP opens the door to First Nations partnerships
First Nations business set to hit $100 billion in just five years
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Strathcona County set to release report on response to 2018 parkade explosions
In April, a Global News investigation uncovered internal emails showing arguments over the release of information to the public and an attempt by the county to control posts on a local Facebook page.
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Toronto teens facing Monday deportation to U.S. get last minute reprieve with help from MP
'I made the case that the kids, through no fault of their own, were suffering because of the conduct of the mother'
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MCCARTHY: How did Tiger Woods end up here?
MELBOURNE, Australia – In a career full of strange twists, that Tiger Woods’ latest – and likely final – great comeback came with a little help from his friends ranks right up there. The youngest of golf fans could be excused for not understanding how strange it is watching Tiger Woods go about his friend/mentor/captain/player […]
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Vancouver's SkyTrains have no drivers. Here's why a strike could still shut down the world's oldest automated transit system
Inside the jobs of the workers’ threatening a Vancouver transit strike for the second time in two weeks.
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Cyberattack targeted same city as Florida naval base shooting hours after
Mayor Grover Robinson on Monday said it's not yet clear whether the two incidents are related and he asked for patience in a community still grieving over the shooting at the Navy installation, a central part of the local economy and public life.
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Regula, Gruden of the London Knights named to Team USA selection camp for World Juniors
Two more London Knights have a chance to play in this year's World Junior Hockey Championship.
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Trudeau says UN vote not a shift in Canada's 'steadfast' support of Israel
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a recent vote by Canada to support a UN resolution endorsing Palestinian self-determination is not a shift in Canada's policy against singling out Israel for criticism on the international stage.
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REAL SCOOP: Stirling told U.S. agents that a cartel loaded drugs on boat
Here’s my latest on John Philip Stirling’s battle to get his U.S. charges dropped: Skipper says cartel loaded drugs for his ill-fated voyage KIM BOLAN  Updated: December 8, 2019 B.C. skipper John Stirling says a Mexican cartel loaded his sailboat full of fentanyl and methamphetamine in the Sea of Cortez last spring for an ill-fated […]
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EDITORIAL: Liberals right to bring in new tax relief
When the Liberals first got into office back in 2015, one of the very first things they enacted in Parliament was also one of their best and most non-partisan. It was tax relief for the middle-class. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government lowered the middle-class tax rate from 22% to 20.5%. It wasn’t a lot but […]
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Stolen vehicle, mail, firearms recovered following Wasaga Beach traffic stop
According to police, the stolen items were linked to incidents from multiple police jurisdictions, including southern and northern Ontario.
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Kelowna off-leash dog beach made permanent following city council decision
Improvements to the Lake Avenue dog beach will be made by spring 2020, including better fencing, improved signage and the addition of a dog-bag dispenser.
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Kathleen Wynne says her official portrait signals to girls that they can become premier
“I wore my special red tie just for you,” Premier Doug Ford quipped to his Liberal predecessor during an unveiling ceremony Monday at Queen’s Park.
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Report: U.S. misled public on progress in Afghanistan war
The U.S. government across three White House administrations misled the public about failures in the Afghanistan war, often suggesting success where it didn't exist, according to thousands of pages of documents obtained by The Washington Post.
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Trudeau government comes closer to ratifying new NAFTA, potentially ending long political deadlock
Freeland said Canadian officials 'have been working intensively ... over the weekend and this morning with our American partners on getting the deal finalized'
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Mushroom grower fined after worker dragged into conveyor, critically injured
The workplace injury led to a $90,000 fine for the produce company.
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Miss Myanmar comes out before Miss Universe pageant, shines spotlight on LGBTQ2 persecution
Swe Zin Htet, also known as "Superman" to her fans, reportedly came out as a lesbian during an interview posted on a pageant forum called Missosology.
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Universal Product Code inventor George Laurer dies at age 94
George J. Laurer, whose invention of the Universal Product Code at IBM transformed retail and other industries around the world, has died. He was 94.
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Saskatoon enacts cold weather alert as wind chill dips below -30
Front-line service providers coming into contact with a homeless person in Saskatoon will ensure that person has safe lodging for the night under the cold weather strategy.
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Western Forest Products appeals to premier to help intervene in strike
The union says government should stay out of the dispute
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Stu Cowan: Riley Barber's mother is excited about his Canadiens debut
Forward will be in lineup against Penguins Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, the city his mother is from and where she first taught him to skate.
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Man acquitted in Air India bombing travels to India
Ripudaman Singh Malik was on a black list for decades, but has now been allowed to travel to India
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Actor Gary Sinise treats 1,700 loved ones of fallen soldiers to Disney trip
The actor partnered up with American Airlines to pay tribute to fallen soldiers and their families.
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New hospital on the way for Surrey but shovels won’t be in the ground until 2021 at the earliest
Premier John Horgan announced the new hospital after a transfer of land in Cloverdale beside the Kwantlen Polytechnic University campus at 5500 180 St.
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Fields, Hurts, Young join Burrow as Heisman Trophy finalists
The top vote-getters for college football’s most famous player of the year award were announced Monday, and three of them were quarterbacks who transferred to their current schools.
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Ile-a-la-Crosse woman builds Advent calendar for entire northern village
Brenda Morin said she wanted to do something "a little different" to celebrate the holidays.
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Raptors have succeeded at stopping all-stars. Now it’s time to focus on secondary players
Some of the Raptors troubles are attributable to non-primary players having great one-off games, but their defence has been slacking just a little too much of late.
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Police seek witnesses in collisions that left pedestrians critically injured
Pedestrians struck in North York, Leaside over the span of 40 minutes Friday afternoon, police say
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Four early take-aways from the House Judiciary impeachment hearing
Impeachment investigators explained the evidence they have gathered against President Trump at a hearing that took place Monday.
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NDP release shadow budget weeks after official budget tabled in Alberta Legislature
In a slim 28-page document released on Monday, the NDP said their shadow budget would get rid of the UCP’s corporate income tax cut and add a one per cent increase to personal income taxes paid by Alberta’s wealthiest 1 per cent — those making over $315,000 per year
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Freeland travelling to Mexico Tuesday for USMCA meeting
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is travelling to Mexico Tuesday as part of a late push to finalize the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
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Northern Alberta mail theft bust results in 132 charges laid against 3 men
Three people are facing a combined 132 charges in connection with the discovery of stolen mail at a home in Grande Prairie, Alta., this month, according to RCMP.
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Liberals move forward on promised income tax cut, with first phase to start in January
When fully implemented, individuals will save $300 per year on average and families $600 per year
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Toronto holding public consultations while catching up with digital policy
With a growing concern over how the City of Toronto and others are collecting and storing data, municipal officials are working to create a digital infrastructure plan.
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Deputy Prime Minister Freeland en route to Mexico to discuss CUSMA: source
CUSMA was signed in November last year, but formal approval by the U.S. was held up by Democratic lawmakers who urged the Trump administration for changes.
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YWCA dating program for youths targets gender-based violence
Dating Safe starts with 13- and 14-year-olds in Grade 8. The same students will receive one-hour booster sessions in Grades 9 and 10.
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Kenney urges Trudeau government to take ‘meaningful action’ to address separatist sentiments in Alberta
The Alberta premier warned separatist sentiment is real in the West, but cast himself as a federalist champion and “proud patriot of Canada.”
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East Kelowna house fire presumed to have started in furnace, officials say
Authorities say no injuries were sustained in the blaze, but that the home suffered some structural damage. 
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Trudeau speaks with Premier Higgs about potential Fredericton abortion clinic closure
Last October, Clinic 554 announced it would have to close its doors due to a provincial law that prevents out-of-hospital abortions from being covered by Medicare.
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Canadiens prospect Cole Caufield part of Team USA preliminary roster
Joins another Habs prospect, Jordan Harris, among 28 players getting ready for the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.
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Cold weather potentially dangerous for people with asthma
The extreme cold warning in Saskatchewan could be tough on people with asthma, but there are ways to control the chronic lung disease.
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Final brick in ground: London city officials celebrate end to Dundas Place construction
A block party will be happening the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 13 to encourage people to come and see the finished project.
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LILLEY: Freeing the Michaels by hitting China where it hurts
Could Canada hit China hard in an attempt to free Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, held in Chinese prisons for a year now without charge? With no diplomatic fix in sight, a University of Ottawa law professor has suggested closing Canada’s skies to Chinese cargo planes. Writing in Maclean’s, Amir Attaran points out that as […]
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Toronto Sun
Climate change threatens water resources for 1.9 billion people, study reveals
A new study suggests climate change is one of the many factors that could threaten the fresh water resources for 1.9 billion people globally.
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