Guelph police receive nearly 50 accidental 911 calls in 24 hours
Guelph police say they want to remind the public to stay on the line after receiving nearly 50 accidental 911 calls in a 24-hour period.
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Charges considered against Transit Police officer involved in Surrey crash
The accident involving an unmarked Transit Police vehicle and a Volkswagen Jetta happened around 11 p.m. on Nov. 4, 2020
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Halifax to open mobile shower for people experiencing homelessness
Halifax Regional Council passed a motion on Tuesday that would have staff identify a location to house the shower trailer.
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Dream Lottery returns to London, Ont. with grand prize option unveiling
Since its inception 25 years ago, the Dream Lottery has raised more than $47 million for local hospitals such as London Health Sciences and St. Joseph's Health Care London.
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Marie-Josée Viau tells jury she lived in fear for months
Defendant in murder trial said the only time she told the truth while being secretly recorded was when she expressed fears of being killed.
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Vancouver Fall Home Show: Artisan market curated by Got Craft?
More than 20 vendors participating in the market will be showcasing artisan-made chocolates, baby clothes, home goods, statement jewellery, candles, ceramics and more
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RCMP end search for two Labrador fishermen reported missing more than a week ago
The Mounties issued a statement today saying the 10-day search for the men covered 9,460 square nautical miles.
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Lower COVID-19 cases in Ottawa coincide with rising hospitalizations
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 16 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, but the number of people in hospital with the virus locally rose to 17.
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What it will really take to rename Toronto’s Dundas Street
Toronto’s iconic Dundas Street is about to get a new, more inclusive identity. But renaming a major thoroughfare that runs through the heart of Canada’s largest city is no small undertaking. The post What it will really take to rename Toronto’s Dundas Street appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Greens to appoint interim leader to steady troubled party, with May floated as option
Elizabeth May could return to the Greens as interim leader to stabilize the embattled party.
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‘Burnt out and pushed beyond their limits’: nurses struggle to work and care for own families
Nurses across the country say the fourth wave is pushing them to exhaustion and it's taking a toll on their families.
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Trudeau says he will share decision on Huawei 5G tech in 'coming weeks'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he hopes to share a decision on whether to ban Huawei Technologies from Canada's 5G wireless network rollout 'in the coming weeks.'
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Neighbourly Netflix: Check out online the Canadian locations for your favourite shows
Streaming service has launched a website — netflixinyourneighbourhood.ca — to specifically celebrate the Canadian locations it has used for many of its productions
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COVID-19: Manitoba reports 42 new cases, 2 deaths
Health officials say 29 of Manitoba’s latest infections are among people who had yet to be fully vaccinated.
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Saskatchewan to allow employers to ask workers for proof of vaccination
The Saskatchewan government said new regulations will allow employers to voluntarily opt in if they wish to implement a proof-of-vaccination or negative test policy for employees.
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This Just In: Chanel Sublimage Le Baume, Minori Cream Highlighter and Valmont Eye Regenerating Mask 
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Kasey Wilson: Doing the bibimbap bop
Bibimbap is absolutely delicious, and ever so fun to say.
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Events in Metro Vancouver: Live and virtual things to do Sept. 30 – Oct. 6
Whether you’re looking for date-night ideas, free things to do or just something fun to do with the kids, you can’t go wrong with our list of events happening around Metro Vancouver between Sept. 30-Oct 6. Headlining this week’s picks is Scotiabank’s 20th Anniversary Edition of its annual Open House. For more ideas, click HERE […]
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The It List: Vancouver brand Brunette partners with Benefit Cosmetics for sweet sweater collab
Vancouver-based clothing brand Brunette the Label has teamed up with Benefit Cosmetics for a limited-edition collaboration.
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Parliament will return before the end of fall, Trudeau says
"A few hours ago I spoke with the Governor General and confirmed for her that it is my intention of forming the next government," Trudeau said.
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RCMP investigate Red Deer armed carjacking, potentially linked to Lacombe incident
RCMP are investigating two separate armed carjackings in Red Deer and Lacombe that occurred on Sept. 27. The male suspect remains in hospital.
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Joseph Chang found guilty of 2nd-degree murder of his girlfriend in Mississauga in 2018
A Toronto drug dealer who shot his longtime girlfriend Alicia Lewandowski to death in Mississauga in March 2018 has been found guilty of second-degree murder.
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Reality check: Comparing Alberta’s COVID-19 vaccine uptake after $100 incentive and passport
Kenney said 120,000 people have received their first vaccine shot since a $100 incentive was announced — but he failed to mention how the vaccine passport increased uptake.
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Canada-wide warrant issued for man who police say killed missing Ontario couple
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a man who police say killed an Ontario couple that disappeared earlier this month.
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Crown wraps case against first six inmates accused in vicious N.S. jail assault
The prosecution hasn't suggested any motive behind the Dec. 2, 2019 assault.
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HSBC Canada adds sustainable financing products for small firms
HSBC Canada Chief Executive Officer Linda Seymour said the unit was able to leverage its London-based parent company’s global expertise on sustainable finance to create the products.
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Vancouver Fall Home Show: Thinking big with small spaces
Maximizing space has become crucial, particularly for people living in small homes.
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Point Douglas fire sends smoke throughout Winnipeg
A fire in Point Douglas continues to spread smoke throughout large parts of north, east and downtown Winnipeg.
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PM Trudeau says cabinet swearing in to happen in October, Parliament return this fall
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that he intends to hold a swearing in for his new cabinet in October, and bring Parliament back 'before the end of fall.' Trudeau said that he has recently spoken with Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon to confirm his intentions to form the next government.
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Ontario doctor faces restrictions amid allegations of spreading false information about COVID-19
Kirkland Lake area physician Patrick Phillips has been barred by the province’s medical regulator from issuing exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines, masking requirements and testing.
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PM Trudeau to name new cabinet in October, Parliament to return later this fall
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that he intends to name his new cabinet in October, bring Parliament back 'before the end of fall,' and implement the promised federal vaccine mandate as soon as possible. Chrystia Freeland will continue as deputy prime Minister and finance minister, Trudeau said, adding that he intends to have conversations with the rest of his cabinet picks in the coming days.
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Robin Lopez promises to do his ‘own research’ on brother Brook’s championship win
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Joyce Echaquan remembered a year after her death at Joliette hospital
Atikamekw Grand Chief Constant Awashish ​deplores how little has been done in the fight against racism and discrimination within Quebec's health network toward Indigenous persons since Echaquan's death.
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Alberta premier, health and justice ministers to join Hinshaw for Tuesday’s COVID-19 update
As of Monday, Alberta Health Services had 370 ICU beds, including 197 additional surge spaces, a 114 per cent increase over the baseline of 173.
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Quebec economy ‘powering along’ as province avoids more shutdowns due to high vaccination rates
The Quebec economy is bouncing back faster than was anticipated six months ago, raising the prospect of a smaller budget deficit even as the government faces new expenses to weather the pandemic
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Michael Kovrig gets first COVID vaccine dose at east-end Toronto pharmacy
Pharmacist Kyro Maseh welcomed Michael Kovrig into his Kingston Road pharmacy with music and applause, saying the former diplomat had indicated that getting vaccinated after arriving home was a priority.
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Quebec to administer 3rd dose of COVID-19 vaccine to seniors in long-term care homes
The move comes as the province's health department noted there are 40 active novel coronavirus cases in seniors residences, where six new infections were reported Tuesday.
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Omemee woman found hiding in yard charged with impaired driving in Lindsay: police
A caller informed police that the driver of a vehicle involved in a crash fled the scene on foot.
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Leeds, Grenville, Lanark leads province with 90% of residents fully vaccinated
The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit said it has the highest two-dose vaccine rate in the province, with 90 per cent of eligible residents fully vaccinated.
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