Hawaii braces for ‘catastrophic flooding’ as storm brings heavy rain, knocks out power
The National Weather Service said a low pressure system is slowly moving from east to west and has lingered on the edge of the archipelago.
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Food truck brings poutine and other Canadian favourites to the U.K.
The southern England town of Farnham, U.K., is an unlikely place for a Canadian food truck. Yet, that's exactly where The Funky Pickle has set up shop, serving Canadian favourites like poutine and perogies.
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Canadian travellers at quarantine facilities report poor conditions, long waits
As Canada strengthens its travel restrictions amid the rise of the Omicron variant, frustration and confusion is ensuing for travellers stuck at quarantine facilities, many of whom are reporting inadequate conditions and poor communication from officers.
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Saskatoon Blazers ignited by youth movement in 2022 season
With 16 rookies on the team the Saskatoon Blazers are icing one of the franchises youngest squads in history, but the team hasn't missed a beat this season.
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Struggling Vancouver Canucks hope Boudreau can kickstart dismal season
Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini says he may have been "too patient" in waiting for the struggling NHL team to turn its season around.
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Lethbridge server given early Christmas gift: ‘I was in shock’
A Lethbridge server was the recipient of an early Christmas present this weekend after her table left her a massive tip.
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First school case of Omicron variant under investigation at east Toronto school
Toronto Public Health has identified and has followed up with close contacts and asked them to self-isolate, check for symptoms and get tested.
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Potential turkey shortage on Christmas from B.C. flooding, supply-chain issues
Experts warn that supply-chain issues across the country could threaten the availability of a Christmas dinner staple: turkey.
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18-year-old shot in library in Laval
Victim was shot through the window multiple times
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Hours on hold. No customer support. WestJet passenger voices frustration after itinerary change
Consumer Matters reached out to WestJet about this case and also asked about the litany of customer service complaints directed at the airline. 
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Winter hits Saskatchewan, but a relatively warm December predicted for the Prairies
Saskatchewan has been spoiled this season, with relatively warm temperatures, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada, but the next few days will be colder.
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Essential travel restriction lifted on Highway 7 between Mission and Hope, B.C.
The B.C. Ministry of Transportation has opened two more sections of highway after flooding caused massive damage to critical infrastructure last month.
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A trucking business is offering $10,000 to vaccinated drivers before deadline
Fuel Transport, whose payroll counts about 300 employees including roughly 90 truckers says it hopes the incentive will retain employees.
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Republican Devin Nunes leaving U.S. Congress to head Trump’s new media company
A statement from the Trump Media & Technology group said Nunes, one of Trump's most forceful defenders in Congress, would serve as chief executive officer.
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Toronto investigating first case of Omicron variant in a school
Toronto Public Health is investigating its first school case of the new Omicron variant in Scarborough.
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Downtown Eastside murder conspiracy: One man guilty while another acquitted
Crown had to show, under the law, there was a ‘meeting of the minds’ among the conspirators in order to prove the offence, says judge
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COVID-19: B.C. College of Chiropractors votes to oppose mandatory vaccination
A UBC nursing professor said the motion, which passed with a majority of the 261 members present at the AGM, shows that chiropractory is not science-based but instead is an alternative health practice
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