Kelowna, B.C. dance studio uses movement to improve teens’ mental health

"If I’m anxious, I just love coming to dance. I just feel a lot better because I can express myself."
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Thunder hold on to beat Raptors 110-109, win 2nd straight
TORONTO (AP) — Mike Muscala made a go-ahead 3-pointer with nine seconds remaining and the Oklahoma City Thunder held on to beat the shorthanded Toronto Raptors 110-109 on Wednesday night.
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Stakeholders talk challenges of crime, public perception, vacancies in downtown Saskatoon
Improving Saskatoon's downtown could include changing perspectives around the safety there by finding services to better help people, and attracting more businesses.
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St. Catharines, Ont. council approves plan for single transit system in Niagara Region
St. Catharines joins Niagara Falls and Fort Erie in pushing for an integrated bus service for all 12 municipalities in Niagara Region.
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Forests minister 'knocked to the ground' while walking home
The premier’s office said Conroy is recovering from minor injuries.
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Trio of New Democrat MPs sign petition criticizing B.C. NDP government in Wet’suwet’en dispute
The MPs joined 15 former federal candidates and around 1,000 NDP grassroots members saying they are ``angered'' by actions toward Indigenous protesters opposing a gas pipeline.
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Woman seriously injured in single-vehicle rollover near Southey, Sask.
A woman is fighting for her life following a single-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon.
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'The enormity of the task is not lost on me': Minister on Afghan resettlement goal
Speaking to CTV National News, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says the government is eager to fulfill its promise to bring 40,000 Afghan refugees to Canada, but notes it faces unique challenges in Afghanistan and other countries where refugees have fled.
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B.C. cabinet minister ‘knocked to the ground,’ police investigating
According to the premier's office, Forests Minister Katrine Conroy was knocked down and suffered minor injuries while walking home from the legislature Tuesday evening.
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Undermanned Raptors can’t complete the comeback in tough loss to Thunder
Without OG Anunoby and centres Khem Birch and Precious Achiuwa, Toronto’s offence sputtered during brutal third and fourth quarters.
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A Canadian highway sign is getting a more accurate-looking makeover
Four years after creating and proposing a new, more accurate-looking moose crossing sign, Canadian transportation authorities are poised to start using an Alberta woman’s design for signs across the country.
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Gilgeous-Alexander, Dort lead Thunder over Raptors
Canadians Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Luguentz Dort made the most of their trip home on Wednesday.
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Victim rushed to hospital with serious injuries after Scarborough shooting
Toronto paramedics told Global News a young male victim was taken to a trauma centre in serious condition.
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Visitors to Mt. Seymour Provincial Park will need free day passes staring next week
The B.C. government is implementing the pilot project in a bid to manage soaring popularity of the area, and the congestion that comes with it.
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Dan Fumano: Vancouver's 2022 budget debate will continue until the election
Analysis: Expect to hear more about the municipal budget before the October 2022 municipal elections.
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Beijing Olympics top agenda at NHL board of governors’ meeting in Florida
The Beijing Olympics open in less than 60 days and the NHL has just over a month to decide if it will be there.
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Calgary charity falls short on Adopt-A-Family campaign
Calgary charity Closer To Home said time is running out for their Adopt-A-Family campaign, with hundreds of families still waiting for gift cards.
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Charles Montgomery: We built a home to solve some of the greatest challenges of our times
Opinion: But almost nobody is following in our path. Why? Our home is illegal almost everywhere in Vancouver
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Teacher removed from post in Quebec elementary school for wearing a hijab
School board says it had no choice because of Bill 21
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Delta B.C. high school in mourning after 17-year-old girl found dead
Maaike Blom was found dead inside a home on Tsawwassen First Nation lands south of Vancouver on Tuesday. She had been reported missing two days earlier.
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The world is unprepared for the next pandemic, study finds
The entire world remains unprepared for the next pandemic and most countries are underprepared even for small outbreaks of disease, researchers reported Wednesday.
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Vaughn Palmer: 'Never-ending' uncertainty replaces premature COVID-19 victory laps
VICTORIA — When the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrived in B.C. last December, there was an outpouring of optimism. Premier John Horgan, fresh from winning a snap election during the second wave of the pandemic, professed to see the finish line in sight. “We don’t anticipate that the COVID pandemic will be with us come […]
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Gaspésie region has 273 sites at risk from climate change
Only $1.5 million a year is budgeted to adapt to climate change provincewide.
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Trudeau, Joly and Canada’s (un)diplomatic corps
Paul Wells: Canada needs new ambassadors in Beijing and Paris, and the career diplomats are likely to face stiff competition from political appointees The post Trudeau, Joly and Canada’s (un)diplomatic corps appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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