University of Waterloo to help conduct $10-million study of e-cigarettes
The University of Waterloo says it will be one of several schools from around the globe taking part in a $10-million study on e-cigarettes and other new nicotine products.
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Impaired driver pulls over to eat chicken wings after crash: Bracebridge OPP
When Bracebridge OPP officers arrived they said they found the driver behind the wheel eating chicken wings and was allegedly unaware of the collision.
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St. Francis Xavier University confirms 12 infected with COVID 19 after ring ceremony
St. Francis Xavier University in northeastern Nova Scotia has confirmed 12 members of its campus community have tested positive.
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Ontario to invest additional $1B over next 5 years in rural, northern infrastructure
The $1 billion in funding will support 424 communities throughout the province, Premier Doug Ford announced in Westwood.
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Legault insists another inquiry into CHSLD tragedy is not necessary
Under pressure for a second day from a joint attack by the opposition parties, the premier said Quebecers want action to improve living conditions, not more talk and inquiries into past events.
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Guelph police look for SUV following hit-and-run crash
Guelph police are asking for help in tracking down the driver of a grey Mercedes SUV following a hit-and-run crash on Tuesday afternoon.
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4 kilos of meth seized in Saskatoon drug bust
The drug busts happened after a cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl trafficking investigation by Saskatoon police.
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The Olympics have always been political: A timeline
Despite the IOC insisting that the Olympics are 'politically neutral,' the Games have a long history of political events and protests, with the most recent event being the U.S., U.K., Australia and Lithuania diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
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Bombers’ O’Shea, Ticats’ Steinauer share mutual respect ahead of Grey Cup rematch
Sunday's Grey Cup game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats will not be the full story between Mike O'Shea and Orlondo Steinauer, just another chapter.
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COVID-19: Quebec adds 1,367 new cases, active total surpasses 11,000
Quebec is also seeing its hospitalizations go up, with close to 60 people now in intensive care with COVID-19.
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CSN-affiliated daycare workers to see contract proposal Wednesday afternoon
Daycare unions affiliated with the CSQ and FTQ remain poised to strike Thursday, although today's offer may change that.
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Tiger-Cats confirm Dane Evans will start at quarterback in Sunday’s Grey Cup
Evans was perfect off the bench in the CFL East final Sunday, completing all 16 passes attempts in relief of Jeremiah Masoli.
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COVID-19 live updates: Quebec reports 1,367 new cases, 2 more deaths
The number of Quebecers hospitalized due to the virus continues to rise.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan reports first Omicron variant cases
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health said four members from a single household have screened positive for the Omicron variant of concern.
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Winnipeg couple jetting to Hamilton after Saturday wedding for Grey Cup honeymoon
Shannon Evans and Ken Hardman say they're spending their honeymoon in the unlikely destination of Hamilton, Ont., where they'll watch their team's championship attempt.
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Mammoths, Yukon wild horses lived thousands of years longer than believed: Canadian permafrost study
A new study analyzing soil samples and DNA from Canada's permafrost has found evidence that woolly mammoths and Yukon wild horses may have survived thousands of years longer than previously thought.
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Kingston MOH says COVID-19 vaccines keeping region from locking down
Despite extremely high case counts in the KFL&A region, Dr. Piotr Oglaza says the area's high vaccination rates are allowing workplaces and schools to remain open.
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N.S. police charge driver in fatal crash after making highway U-turn
Police in Nova Scotia say a 82-year-old man was killed in the crash, and an 82-year-old woman has been charged with dangerous driving causing death.
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India’s top army general, Bipin Rawat, among 13 dead in helicopter crash
Bipin Rawat, his wife and 11 others were en route from an air force base to a hillside military college in the southern state of Tamil Nadu when the military helicopter crashed.
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Missing Campbellford man found deceased: Northumberland OPP
Northumberland OPP say Steven Miller had been last seen in Campbellford on Dec. 2.
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South Algonquin council votes against electoral boundary and council composition resolution
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Ontario First Nation confirms 12 cases of blastomycosis, more than 100 under investigation
A First Nation in northern Ontario has confirmed 12 cases of a lung infection typically caused by fungus and says more than 100 cases are under investigation.
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Canada should align with allies on Olympic diplomatic boycott: Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is important for Canada to align with its allies on a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics.
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Decision on diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics coming today: Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there will be an announcement later today on the government's decision about whether to proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games.
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Police identify driver following fatal crash in Wellington North
Police say a 22-year-old woman was killed after an SUV she was driving collided with a guardrail on a bridge and flipped upside into a creek below.
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Trudeau says Beijing Winter Olympic boycott decision coming ‘later today’
Calls have been growing over recent days as Canada's closest allies have announced their plans not to send official representatives to the Beijing Olympics in February.
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Canada should align with allies on Olympic diplomatic boycott: Trudeau
Trudeau says Canada has been talking to allies for “many months” about the issue and an official announcement is expected later today.
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Manitoba health officials to give COVID-19 update
Manitoba's health minister has said word about plans to deal with a growing surgical and diagnostic backlog would come Wednesday.
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N.S. to spend $57 million to hire long-term care staff, increase beds
The province says $22 million will go toward covering 100 per cent of the tuition costs for continuing care students.
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Both sides rest in Josh Duggar child pornography trial
Josh Duggar, 33, is charged with receiving and possessing child pornography and faces up to 20 years in prison on each count if convicted.
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