One person in hospital after Sunday morning apartment fire in Transcona
Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service took one person to hospital in stable condition following a fire early Sunday morning in Transcona, according to the city.
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COVID-19: New Brunswick nurse details life and death on front lines
'This sounds morbid, but you put a person in a bag and then you get the next admission into that bed. You have to put a smile on and move on,' says a nurse amid the COVID-19 fight.
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Omicron may seem mild, but we can’t ‘let it rip,’ experts say
Hospitals in many regions have been forced to cancel or delay surgeries to free up beds for the influx of COVID-19 patients.
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Nunavut hamlet fighting COVID-19 and tuberculosis at same time
The mayor of Pangnirtung says the COVID-19 case quickly became his biggest concern.
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Céline Dion cancels Vancouver concerts, rest of tour because of muscle spasms
The singer, who was to perform March 28 and 29 at Rogers Arena, is said to be suffering from “severe and persistent muscle spasms which are preventing her from performing"
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Scammers targeting seniors in their homes with bogus arrest story: VPD
"Fraudsters are showing up at the victims’ doorsteps to collect cash. It’s brazen, and we’re concerned about peoples’ safety.”
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Quebec filmmaker Jean-Claude Lord dies at 78
Lord set a new standard for Quebec TV with the series Lance et Compte, which aired in English as He Shoots, He Scores
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Jack Todd: Deported Djokovic got what he deserved
He thought he was bigger than the law, bigger than Australia, so big that his entitlement made it possible for him to bend entire nations to his will.
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Canada urges avoiding non-essential travel to Ukraine, citing ‘Russian aggression’
United States said on Friday it feared Russia was preparing a pretext to invade if diplomacy failed to meet its objectives.
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Images capture aftermath of Pacific volcano eruption, tsunami
After an enormous undersea volcano erupted off the coast of Tonga on Saturday, photos and videos taken across the Pacific have captured the aftermath of the eruption, as well as the tsunami that followed.
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Richmond RCMP seek tips in Steveston pharmacy robbery attempt
Police say the attempted robbery happened around 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9 at the Super Grocer & Pharmacy at 12051 No. 1 Road.
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Officials to provide update on Ottawa explosion investigation
In a press release issued Friday, Ottawa Police said one of three men sent to hospital on Thursday had died of his injuries sustained during the blast. 
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Parts of Ontario set to receive ‘biggest winter storm’ in several years
'For many of us this could be the biggest winter storm we’ve had in several years ... expect significant school bus and school cancellations on Monday,' Anthony Farnell said.
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Winter storm warning issued as Montreal braces for a snowy Monday
Fifteen to 25 centimetres of snow are expected to combine with strong winds, which will make getting around a real challenge.
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Car hits 2 Edmonton police cruisers, arrest made
Edmonton police said a civilian vehicle struck two marked police vehicles in the area of 108 Avenue and 97 Street sometime before 7:15 a.m. Sunday.
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British national ID'd as hostage-taker at Texas synagogue
Authorities on Sunday identified a 44-year-old British national as the man who took four people hostage at a Texas synagogue for 10 hours before an FBI SWAT team stormed the building, ending a tense standoff.
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COVID-19: N.S. reporting nearly 700 new lab-confirmed cases, students set to return to schools
There are 68 people currently in hospital in Nova Scotia who were admitted due to COVID-19, with 10 people in ICU as of Sunday.
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50% of Toronto kids aged 5 to 11 vaccinated against COVID-19
The City of Toronto said at least 102,000 kids are now 'helping protect their families, schools and communities against COVID-19 and the highly transmissible Omicron variant.'
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Quebec reports another record 3,300 hospitalizations, health authority says it may move to Level 5
A Montreal health authority said it may have to move beyond the current highest level of service reduction, known as Level 4, as the Omicron variant fuels a surge in COVID cases.
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Parents, teachers in four provinces prepare to return to class as Omicron spreads
Parents and teachers in four provinces are preparing for students to return to the classroom on Monday as the Omicron variant-fuelled wave of COVID-19 continues to spread.
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Man taken to hospital after vehicle rolls over on Gardiner Expressway: Toronto police
In a tweet just after 10:40 a.m. on Sunday, Toronto police said officers received reports of a vehicle rollover on the Gardiner Expressway at Bathurst Street.
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London, Ont. artist reunites with passion for painting after losing vision
A London, Ont., artist has reunited with her love for art during the COVID-19 pandemic after losing her vision years ago.
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Texas synagogue captor killed, all four hostages released after standoff
After a 10-hour standoff at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, the hostage-taker was killed, and officials said they would investigate ``the shooting incident.''
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Pandemic travel credits expiring: What are the rules?
The rules governing travel credits vary from province to province.
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The West Block – Episode 12, Season 11
Watch the full episode of The West Block with host Mercedes Stephenson – January 16, 2022.
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Vancouver weather: The fog is lifting, some clouds will remain
If you felt like you were wandering around in a fog yesterday, at least that's going away.
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Quebec sets another hospitalization record, reports 21 COVID-19 deaths
The number of hospitalizations has gone up by nearly 1,000 in the last week.
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Pandemic exodus prompts 'new type of suburbanization' in B.C.
"I can't believe the number of young people that are moving here, and that's because they're renting in the Lower Mainland and they just feel like there's just no way they'll ever be able to afford to buy something that meets their needs," says realtor Matt Scheibel.
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Remains of four people found at site of Ottawa explosion, but dangers in area hampering recovery
The remains of four people have been found at the site of a large explosion and fire in Ottawa, but the area remains too dangerous to recover them at this time.
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