Machete-wielding clown arrested in Guelph, police say

Guelph police say officers were called to a business early Friday morning for reports of an altercation with a man in a clown mask, carrying a machete.
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Man charged with attempted murder in Highway 401 shooting, Peel police say
“Fortunately, the victims in this incident did not suffer any physical injuries but this could have ended in tragedy."
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2 Manitobans, 2 Wheat Kings and 1 Jets prospect invited to national junior team camp
Winnipeg Jets prospect Cole Perfetti and Winnipeg Ice forward Carson Lambos were among 35 players to get an invite to the junior selection camp.
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'The sooner the better' to get kids vaccinated, Drouin tells parents
Montreal’s public health director is urging parents to get their kids to mass vaccination centres as soon as possible.
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Some B.C. places of worship prepare to check vaccine status at the door
Those churches, mosques, temples or synagogues that choose not to screen vaccine passports will have to limit attendance to half of maximum capacity. And masks are now mandatory for all, including choirs
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City of Calgary keeps offering free COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated employees, causing rift with police
Calgary's mayor says a move by the police service has forced the city to change its vaccine policy.
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Longueuil police ask for public’s help in finding missing teen
She was last seen Monday in Longueuil.
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Reality check: Will CRTC’s new tech to fight spam calls actually work?
CRTC said Tuesday that telecommunications service providers have begun to use a new technology to help Canadians screen spam calls.
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Alex Boston: New climate roadmap: Hazards and national landmarks on the path to 2030 
Opinion: Obscured behind the lot full of shiny electric vehicles lies the roadmap’s biggest landmark: sustainable land use
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RCMP urge caution following another serious crash on Highway 97
A pick-up truck travelling south on Highway 97 crossed the double solid line and sideswiped a tanker truck, which included a diesel fuel tank. This resulted in a diesel spill.
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B.C. Flood: Could be weeks before flood waters fully recede from Sumas Prairie
And only then can the true extent of damage to soil and infrastructure in the prairie be assessed, says Abbotsford mayor
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Former child actor in ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ killed in shooting
Jonshel Alexander, who played a supporting role in the 2012 Oscar-nominated film 'Beasts of the Southern Wild,' was killed in a weekend shooting in Louisiana. She was 22.
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Lawmakers probing U.S. Capitol attack pursue contempt charges against 2nd Trump ally
Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official who aligned with Donald Trump in his election challenges, refused to answer the committee's questions last month.
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COVID-19: Child vaccinations in northern, rural B.C. off to a staggered start
The nature of a far-flung populous, coupled with severed roads ties to Metro Vancouver, have vaccinations off to a slow start
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Rosie DiManno: It’s the same old Nazem Kadri with Colorado, except maybe a little older and even a little better
“Just maturity,” the oft-suspended former Leafs centre says.
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Blue Bombers’ Andrew Harris returns to practice ahead of Western Final
Blue Bombers running back Andrew Harris could be back in the lineup for the Western Final after missing their last four games with a knee injury.
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IHIT deploys to Surrey after man dies following Monday morning shooting
Mounties said said the 45-year-old died on Tuesday. The shooting is believed to have been targeted.
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Salvation Army won’t ‘staff’ Christmas kettles in Kingston, Ont. this year
The Salvation Army has decided not to "staff" the familiar red Christmas kettles this holiday season. However, their contactless "tap machines" will continue.
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Canadiens Notebook: Max Pacioretty says all Habs have a shelf life
"There just seems to be so much less pressure (elsewhere), whether you admit it or not," former captain says.
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B.C. 911 operators can now hang up on callers waiting for ambulances
A new call transfer process announced by E-Comm allows its 911 operators to hang up while their callers wait to be connected with an ambulance.
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Dan Fumano: Vancouver council faces hard budget choices, but it will get harder still
Vancouver's council is considering a 2022 budget with a five per cent property tax increase, well above the 10-year average.
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COVID-19 pandemic has intensified housing crisis for women
“Women are having a difficult time having their rights respected."
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Vernon resident arrested, facing 7 robbery charges that spanned Okanagan Valley: RCMP
An online court search listed Vernon, West Kelowna, Penticton, Okanagan Falls, Oliver and Osoyoos as to where the alleged robberies took place.
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Gregor Chisholm: Kevin Gausman has been cutting back on his pitches, but he couldn’t resist the one from the Blue Jays
“I think it took me a long time to realize that I’m not like everybody else,” says the right-hander signed to replace Robbie Ray.
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15-year-old boy seriously injured in Oshawa stabbing: police
Officers were called to the area of Harmony Road North and Adelaide Avenue East at 12:38 p.m. Wednesday.
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Interior Health begins pediatric vaccine rollout for children ages 5-11
Two days after COVID-19 vaccine clinics for children aged five to 11 opened on B.C.'s south coast, the Interior Health Authority has kicked off its pediatric vaccine rollout.
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