Hamilton police release surveillance video footage of shootout on Barton Street
Hamilton police have released surveillance footage showing a shootout on Barton Street East on Wednesday as they search for an unknown gunman.
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Guelph police seize over $45,000 in drugs during search warrant
Guelph police say officers found over $45,000 in fentanyl and cocaine along with other illegal drugs in a west-end home.
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Federal government invests in green steel making in Hamilton
Aditya Mittal, CEO of ArcelorMittal, said the plan represents a 'historic moment' for the company, marking the 'beginning of a new era of steelmaking' in Hamilton.
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London, Ont. man charged in Mornington Avenue stabbing incident: police
The victim suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries in the incident on Mornington Avenue, which took place at roughly 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
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Stanley Park to temporarily close at night because of extreme fire risk
The park will be closed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. starting Friday night and continuing each night until the fire risk has been reduced.
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U.S. events led to massive COVID-19 outbreak – mostly among fully vaccinated
A new study by the U.S. CDC showed that three-quarters of individuals who became infected with COVID-19 at public events in a Massachusetts county had been fully vaccinated.
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Young man in hospital after daytime shooting near Montreal’s Bell Centre
"At least one shot was fired toward the victim injuring him in the upper body," Montreal police said, adding the 22-yea-old's life was not in danger.
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CP urges Kansas City Southern shareholders to oppose CN takeover next month
The Calgary-based railway made the request in a regulatory filing ahead of the U.S. railway's special meeting on Aug. 19.
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Waterloo Region’s top doctor wants 90% of eligible population fully vaccinated amid Delta variant
Although more than 80 per cent of eligible residents have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the region’s top doctor says she is not satisfied yet.
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Wildfires continue to blaze, spread smoky conditions across Manitoba
According to the province's wildfire update Thursday, 150 blazes were burning throughout Manitoba, with crews having the most trouble in regions east of Lake Winnipeg.
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Manitoba reports 46 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death
The number of Manitobans hospitalized due to COVID-19 fell below 100 for the first time in months Friday.
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U.S. Justice Department says IRS must give Trump tax returns to Congress
The Justice Department, in a reversal, says the Treasury Department must provide the House Ways and Means Committee former President Donald Trump's tax returns, apparently ending a long legal showdown over the records.
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Vancouver’s iconic Stanley Park closing overnight due to extreme fire risk
Stanley Park will be temporarily closed between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., beginning Friday, until further notice, the Vancouver Park Board said.
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Albertans protest ending mandatory COVID-19 isolation, masking and testing changes
Two demonstrations were planned at the McDougall Centre in Calgary and the Alberta legislature in Edmonton.
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Imperial Oil earns $366 million; Kearl oilsands site sets 25 year production record
The Calgary-based company says it earned 50 cents per share in the three months ended June 30.
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B.C. Christmas tree farmer believes piece of glass sparked blaze that torched almost 1,000 trees
The fire risk is so extreme across B.C. right now that a spark from the exhaust pipe of a responding firetruck even ignited a small blaze at the farm.
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Nunavut to allow unvaccinated dependants isolate with parents, guardians
Nunavut's health department says parents and guardians will be responsible for their dependants' isolation, and anyone who breaches isolation can be fined $575.
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Heading to a Broadway show? You’ll need proof of COVID-19 vaccination, mask
There will be exceptions to the vaccine rule for kids under 12 and for people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination, the theater operators said.
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Tim Hortons hit by higher costs, labour shortages despite soaring sales
Tim Hortons' parent company said Friday profits more than doubled in its second quarter as revenues across its brands.
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Two travellers from U.S. fined $20,000 each for fake vaccination documents
Two travellers who arrived in Toronto from the United States have been fined for providing fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination documents and lying about pre-departure tests.
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14 former Guelph Gryphons ready to suit up for CFL teams
There are 14 individuals from the Guelph program that have carried their gridiron career into the CFL, including 11 players currently listed on rosters.
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Drinking in Calgary parks: pilot program a success so far with only 1 complaint
The pilot program launched on June 1 and is set to wrap up on Sept. 7.
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Gregor Chisholm: The Blue Jays gave up a lot for Jose Berrios, but not all prospects pan out — and banners fly forever
Dealing Austin Martin and Simeon Woods Richardson to the Twins — more than they got for Marcus Stroman two years ago — is risky, but the reasoning is sound. The Jays rotation now has a formidable big three for the stretch drive, Gregor Chisholm writes.
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Pop-up clinic opens at La Ronde to increase youth vaccination rate
Another hot commodity added itself to the list of things people routinely line up for at La Ronde on Friday: a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Man shot on street outside of Bell Centre in noontime attack
A 22-year-old man in his 20s was shot at least once Friday as he walked in front of the Bell Centre at lunchtime. The incident occurred at about 12:10 p.m. at the corner of St-Antoine and Jean-d’Estrées Sts. Police at the scene said the victim tried to flee the area but was quickly located by […]
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Police arrest Regina man following sexual assault investigation
The man police arrested was subject to a long-term supervision order, police said.
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'Still a ways to go in Alberta:' Top doctors weigh in on plan to end isolation
Canada's top doctors say Alberta's decision to end isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19, or who have been in close contact with someone who has, could have ripple effects across the country.
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Review: Live music for live audiences at Vancouver Bach Festival
Pacific Baroque Orchestra and Baroque violinist Chloe Kim a big hit at Early Music Vancouver's Bach Festival
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Corey Perry will continue his chase for a second Stanley Cup in Tampa
Veteran winger says the Lightning's winning culture and a two-year contract offer were the deciding factors in him leaving the Canadiens.
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COVID-19: Nova Scotia reports 1 new case that’s under investigation
One person is now hospitalized in an intensive care unit.
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Fab 5: Check mate
Rebecca Tay presents five plaid pieces that are not just appropriate, but ideal for summer.
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Anthony Gismondi: Da Silva Vineyards is not your average Okanagan winery
The Da Silva family story dates back to 1955 when several of Richard Da Silva's relatives emigrated to the Okanagan from Portugal.
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Canada's Indigenous artists are going global like never before
Indigenous artists are making some of the most exciting, challenging and important art in Canada today.
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International: 30 bestselling books for the week of July 24
Compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent book stores.
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Legendary songwriter brings her voice to VIFF AMP event
VIFF AMP runs in-person and online Oct. 8-10 during the 40th anniversary VIFF on Oct. 1-11.
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Beauty Bar: Charlotte Tilbury Hyaluronic Happikiss Lipstick Balm
A lipstick-gloss-balm hybrid product from Charlotte Tilbury that's infused with hyaluronic acid to smooth and moisturize lips.
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Brian Minter: Rudbeckias have become the go-to plant for a rich golden display
All rudbeckias fit the look and feel of heat-loving summer annuals, and there is a great selection of these beauties
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Jane Macdougall: The Bookless Club and the Good Ship What'sername
It would appear that people put a great deal of effort into coming up with just the right name for their boats, no matter the size.
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Review: Boudel Tan delivers a story that’s enticing and smile-inducing
Opinion: No stranger to heroic sagas, Eddy Boudel Tan builds his plot on a quest for truth.
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Penny Oleksiak already ‘excited’ for 2024 Summer Olympics
The superstar Canadian swimmer has confirmed that she intends to compete in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.
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Winnipeg mayor calls on Manitoba premier to say sorry for Canadian history comments
Brian Bowman says the remarks made him angry and minimized the impact of residential schools on Indigenous people.
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Shuswap man wins $500,000, retires earlier than planned
Michael Hewlett of Sorrento says he bought a ticket at Matchbox Smoke and Vape Shop in Salmon Arm for the Lotto Max draw on July 13.
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