Shots fired Saturday evening at Langley gas station
Langley RCMP say they were called to the area of a Chevron gas station at 231st St and 72nd Ave Saturday evening due to a call of shots fired.
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The Celtics rebound in Game 3 of NBA East final with Hayward back
With the Heat up two games to one, the East contenders have three days to prepare for Game 4 Wednesday.
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Trump says Iran will be hit with reimposed UN sanctions. What does that mean?
Thirteen of the 15 U.N. Security Council members, including long-time U.S. allies, say Washington's move is void and diplomats say few countries are likely to reimpose the measures however.
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State of the NHL: Next season’s opener could ‘slip into January’ without fans in the seats to start, Bettman says
In his annual look at the league before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final, commissioner Gary Bettman said about the outlook for starting next season if the pandemic still prevents live crowds, a major source of revenue: “There’s full, there’s empty, there’s a combination ... how we start doesn’t necessarily mean that’s how we have to finish.”
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Thai demonstrators march in thousands as protests for government reform escalate
Protesters have grown ever bolder during two months of demonstrations against Thailand's palace and military-dominated establishment, breaking a long-standing taboo on criticising the monarchy -- which is illegal under lese majeste laws.
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Deadly opioid carfentanil resurfaces in Toronto’s unregulated drug supply
Harm reduction workers fear clients could unknowingly consume highly potent substance.
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Several more COVID-19 exposures reported in B.C. schools
The latest cases join a growing list of COVID-19 exposures in B.C. schools.
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Most homemade masks are doing a good job preventing the spread of COVID-19, study suggests
A new study from researchers at the University of Illinois suggests that most homemade face coverings do a good job of preventing the spread of respiratory droplets involved in the spread of COVID-19.
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Woman charged in ‘apparent hate crime’ on Vancouver bus
The female suspect allegedly "ridiculed and mocked the teen's ethnicity" and became increasingly aggressive, telling her, "Your smile is making me want to punch you in the face."
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Basic income rally held at Alberta legislature grounds amid looming CERB deadline
With the Canada Emergency Response Benefit soon coming to an end, many unemployed Edmontonians are lobbying the federal government.
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Protesters call for Canada to speed up family unification
A series of rallies across Canada was asking for special temporary visas or modifications to applications while families wait for immigration officials to complete their files.
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Vancouver theatre company among first in Canada to relaunch during COVID-19
"It is a huge step towards normalcy, I have had people say to me, 'All I need is to see a show, and I can't wait to come and see something.'"
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Dawson College cuts ties with former teacher at the heart of sexual harassment allegations
There have been more than 10 allegations of harassment and sexual harassment by students against long-time theatre teacher Winston Sutton.
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Toronto police urged to investigate fatal stabbing outside Rexdale mosque as potential hate crime
Mohamed-Aslim Zafis, 58, a volunteer caretaker at the IMO mosque, was slain last weekend. Police said the accused had no known motive or connection to Zafis.
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Donald Trump says he has approved Oracle deal for U.S. TikTok
The new company, which will be called TikTok Global, has agreed to donate $5 billion (U.S.) to an education fund.
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Nunavut reports first confirmed COVID-19 cases, saying both are mine workers
The territory’s chief public health officer Dr. Michael Patterson says both miners are asymptomatic and were exposed to COVID-19 in their home jurisdictions.
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Matthew Wolff leads U.S. Open at Winged Foot after Patrick Reed meltdown
The 21-year-old Californian has a two-shot lead over Bryson DeChambeau going into the final round.
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Nunavut reports first confirmed coronavirus infections with 2 new cases
The territory's chief public health officer, Dr. Michael Patterson said there are two cases at the Hope Bay gold mine 125 km southwest of Cambridge Bay.
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Rested Stars strike first against Lightning in Stanley Cup final
Game 2 in the best-of-seven series is Monday night.
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Poison mailed to White House may have come from Canada; RCMP investigating
An envelope addressed to the White House that contained the poison ricin may have come from Canada, investigators say, and the RCMP has been called in to investigate.
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Toronto FC denied by late strike as D.C. United snatch point
Pablo Piatti and Alejandro Pozuelo scored the goals for Toronto in a 2-2 draw.
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UBC-Okanagan men’s basketball hosts NBA coach
"We are fortunate enough to have coach Dave Love, who is a world-renown NBA shooting coach, in the gym with us today to help the players out with their shooting."
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Trump supports TikTok deal with Oracle to continue U.S. operations
Trump told reporters at the White House he backs the deal with TikTok owner ByteDance, Oracle and Walmart to create a new company that will assume TikTok's U.S. operations called TikTok Global.
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Blue Jays struggle in loss to Phillies as pitching problems continue
The loss leaves Toronto’s magic number — the mix of wins and next-closest-rival losses needed to clinch a playoff spot — at seven.
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Rosie DiManno: The Blue Jays didn’t get the message from Montoyo. That losing skid is now a no-fun six games
The Jays have crashed back down to Earth because baseball reality bites. Easy to forget, however, as Charlie Montoyo pointed out in his pre-game sermon, that .500 had been a lofty goal when the season launched for this rapidly maturing outfit, Rosie DiManno writes.
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Bitter fight looms over filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat on U.S. Supreme Court
On a highly partisan court, RBG’s death leaves conservatives with a 5-3 majority on the court, with only her seat to be filled immediately.
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Week in Review: Anti-mask protesters, lockdown warning, STM to grow, Bill 40, Halloween
Catch up on all the big stories that happened this week in Montreal.
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Canada adds more than 800 new coronavirus cases, 6 deaths
There have been 142,652 cases since COVID-19 was first diagnosed in Canada in late January and 9,211 deaths overall.
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Bianca Andreescu will not play in upcoming French Open
The 20-year old from Mississauga, Ont., hasn't played a competitive match since suffering a knee injury last October at the WTA Finals in China.
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'A great public servant': Outpouring of tributes following John Turner's death
Canadians far and wide are sharing touching tributes following the death of John Turner, Canada’s 17th prime minister.
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COVID-19 possibly exposed to 4 Regina businesses, including Costco: SHA
The businesses were exposed on Thursday and Friday.
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Edmonton police charge man following July homicide; 4 people of interest still at large
Police said they were still looking for four other people of interest in the death of Tyler Lines, 38.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death Spurs Reactions From Canadian Public Figures
As news spread Friday night that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died at 87, reactions poured in from all corners of social media.Though Ginsburg’s legal judgments affected Americans, her cultural influence wasn’t bound by borders and many famous Canadians paid tribute to her life.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacted to news of her passing by writing about Ginsburg’s impact on women’s rights.A profound and fearless advocate for women, equality, and justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s impact will undoubtedly be felt for generations. My thoughts are with her family, colleagues, and all who were inspired by her lifetime of service.— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) September 19, 2020NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s tribute also touched on other causes she championed, including the fight for LGBTQ and voting rights.Thanks for leading the fight and bringing so many along on the journey to champion women's rights, LGBTQ rights, voting rights, immigration, health care, and so much more.Rest in Power Ruth ✊?♥️ pic.twitter.com/ks0k1vmPCo— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) September 19, 2020Former Green Party leader Elizabeth May called the news “heartbreaking.”Heartbreaking news that a truly great warrior for justice has died. Ruth Bader Ginsburg lost her fight to outlive the Trump presidency. Lord help the United States. #RIP#GPC— Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay) September 18, 2020Former Justice Minister and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould called Ginsburg a “hero” to herself and many others.Oh my goodness... devastatingly sad! #RBG was & will always remain a champion of the law, truth, integrity & justice: a hero of mine—a hero to so many. Sincere condolences to her family, friends... ???❤️U.S. SC Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies...at 87 https://t.co/DcVpGsgQWX— Jody Wilson-Raybould 王州迪 Vancouver Granville (@Puglaas) September 19, 2020Provincial politicians including B.C. Premier John Horgan, former Alberta premier Rachel Notley and Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath also posted messages in honour of Ginsburg.Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an icon for so many people around the world. She was a champion for women's rights and worked tirelessly to build a more progressive and just world for everyone.RBG will be missed, but we are all better for her legacy.https://t.co/A1hJ78W1h7— John Horgan (@jjhorgan) September 18, 2020"Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn't be that women are the exception."- Ruth Bader GinsburgA champion for women's rights in the USA. She will be missed. RIP Ruth ❤️https://t.co/swzS6xcyxE— Rachel Notley (@RachelNotley) September 18, 2020Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a protector, a promoter and a trailblazer for women and for all. Her loss is felt deeply, not just in America, but in hearts all over the world - hearts galvanized by her leadership to know that change is always possible. https://t.co/2llDvv6kmg— Andrea Horwath (@AndreaHorwath) September 19, 2020Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations, Bob Rae, lauded Ginsburg for her legal judgments.Like judges such as Holmes, Brandeis, Jackson, and many others, Justice Ginsburg’s judgments were widely read and respected. With a powerful commitment to the rule of law, equality and human rights, her constitutional perspective shone clear and bright across many borders #RIPRBG— Bob Rae (@BobRae48) September 19, 2020Canadian celebrities also joined the outpouring of grief, with actor Ryan Reynolds and musicians Tegan and Sara posting similar simple messages honouring Ginsburg.Thank you, #RBGpic.twitter.com/rBNL6gL7Ra— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 19, 2020Thank you. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/l04m3nW4nn— Tegan and Sara (@teganandsara) September 19, 2020And renowned cartoonist Michael Adder used his latest work to remind the world that despite her stature, Ginsburg cast an enormous shadow.Cartoon for September 18 #RuthBaderGinsburg#ruthbader#Ruthpic.twitter.com/5a6nguWUjJ— Michael de Adder (@deAdder) September 19, 2020Ginsburg died from cancer complications, and was at home with her friends and family around her.NPR reported that she dictated a statement to her granddaughter a few days before her death, saying, “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.” Also on HuffPost:
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Manitoba RCMP arrest two in cocaine bust
Two people have been arrested after RCMP found drugs and paraphernalia in Peguis First Nation.
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Calgary restaurant owner worries about reaction from anti-mask diners
A Calgary restaurant is sounding the alarm over guests refusing to wear masks.
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Family of Soleiman Faqiri not giving up fight for justice, mental health reforms
"This is my brother, he had to a story to tell, and he was given to my mother in a body bag," Yusuf Faqiri.
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Métis Nation-Saskatchewan president tests positive for COVID-19
M-NS president Glen McCallum says he is not experiencing any symptoms and this "demonstrates how easily, and unknowingly, this virus is spread."
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