Cyclist killed in Cochrane highway crash
A man who was cycling was killed in a Cochrane collision on Wednesday, according to RCMP and EMS.
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COVID-19: Travellers and workers needing tests hit by delays and cancellations
A COVID test Kevin Chang needs to see his wife in Japan was suddenly cancelled “because the lab has limited the number of tests effective immediately.”
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New appeal for victims as more sex charges laid against former B.C. church counsellor
Raymond Howard Gaglardi, a 75-year-old former church youth therapist, is facing 13 charges related to alleged abuse of teen boys and young men.
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Winnipeg police ask for help in search of missing 17-year-old girl
Winnipeg police are asking for help in the search of a missing 17-year-old girl.
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Ottawa still promising but not delivering on new commercial rent relief program
Business experts are calling on the government to make good on their promise to help businesses, saying without it, many will not survive another wave of COVID-19.
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U.S. holding off on Belarus sanctions, seeks to coordinate with EU: sources
Canada and Britain have gone ahead with sanctions on individual Belarusians, which were meant to be a coordinated move with the United States.
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Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate Stanley Cup win with stadium event, boat parade
The Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated their Stanley Cup title with a boat parade and ceremonies Wednesday at Raymond James Stadium.
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'Extreme planet' orbits star in three Earth days, has temperatures of 3,120 degrees Celsius
Research on data from a new telescope is revealing strange new details about one of the 'most extreme planets' in our known universe, and the oddly-shaped star it orbits.
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More funding for shelters needed to help domestic violence victims in Canada: report
The report from Women's Shelters Canada calls for more funding to help increase the number of second-stage shelters, particularly in rural, remote, northern and Indigenous communities.
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‘Remember us’: Orange Shirt Day’s B.C. founder says residential schools still recent history
An estimated 6,000 children died in the institutions.
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Peaceful protesters at Lafontaine Park question Quebec's COVID measures
More than 800 people took part and listened to speeches, most not wearing masks. Such a gathering will become illegal as of Thursday.
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Seven survivors of Alberta tour bus rollover near Jasper file lawsuit
Three people died July 18, when a glacier sightseeing bus rolled off a road on the Columbia Icefield. Fourteen suffered life-threatening injuries.
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Gregor Chisholm: Rays rough up Blue Jays ace Hyun-Jin Ryu to wrap up wild-card series, but the season is still a success
Ryu’s velocity is missing in Game 2 start, starter gets chased in the second inning. “He’s the guy we want out there,” shortstop Bo Bichette said. “We believe in him every single time.”
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Did Trump display textbook signs of authoritarianism during the debate? Here’s what the experts say
Experts on authoritarianism break down the tactics behind what Trump said during the debate — from telling far right groups to ‘stand by’ to talking over Biden.
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#ICYMI: Final pleas and COVID-19 concerns before Montreal officially turns red
The new rules take effect at midnight.
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Trump-Biden debate chaos leaves Canadians in U.S. unimpressed — but unsurprised
‘Vicious, chaotic and offensive’ showdown seen as part of a tense, polarized political moment.
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Researcher urges Canada to track link between race and COVID-19 as study reveals troubling trend
New research suggests Black, South Asian and Indigenous Canadians are far more likely than white Canadians to have multiple medical conditions putting them at higher risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19, and the author behind the study is urging the federal government to track how the virus is affecting minority groups.
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Dan Fumano: After a late curveball, Vancouver skyline to get new twist
Opinion: After debate over move to fundamentally change the project at the 11th hour, council approves building with 303 condos and 152 social housing units.
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COVID-19: Calgary mom ‘humiliated’ after daughter with disabilities refused entry to store over lack of mask
A Calgary mom is demanding answers after her daughter, who is confined to a wheelchair and is non-verbal, was denied entry into a local store because she wasn't wearing a face mask. 
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Rosie DiManno: The Blue Jays’ quick post-season exit was a beginning, not an end
“They believe,” manager Charlie Montoyo said after two losses in Tampa Bay. “They believe they can win and they believe they can get better.”
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City of Regina rejects proposal to require 2 BIPOC on its police board
City councillors said they didn't want to be too descriptive.
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Senate delays debate on coronavirus benefits bill rushed through House of Commons
Senators will not begin debating the legislation until Friday, barring further holdups.
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Goldschmidt, Cardinals win in Padres’ return to playoffs
The Cardinals need one more win to eliminate the Padres from the post-season for the fourth time since 1996.
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Ian Mulgrew: Vancouver senior’s lottery winnings wishes blocked by his bank
Opinion: ‘They had no legal and moral argument to believe Mr. Rodriguez was mentally incapable. They had no evidence’
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'This is totally unfair': Winnipeg homeowner receives bill over uncut lawn while stuck abroad
A Winnipeg homeowner is fighting for the City of Winnipeg to waive a fee he received for not cutting his grass while he was stuck abroad during the pandemic.
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Court should determine if Canada failed youth behind climate change suit: lawyer
A federal government lawyer has argued for the case to be dismissed because a court should not step into the political arena when it comes to policy decisions related to greenhouse gas emissions.
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Sonata Hybrid is sleek, stylish and sophisticated
Hyundai’s sedan has come a long way to become a leader in its class.
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Hydrogen powered cars may be closer than many people think
With enough courage, Canada could be on the leading edge of the development of an affordable supply of hydrogen.
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Blood Tribe commemorates Orange Shirt Day with traditional ceremony and prayers
The ceremony took place at the St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Church, which served as a residential school for more than half of a century.
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Canada has approved a 15-minute COVID test. But the lineups will still go on for hours
Health Canada has given the green light to the Abbott ID Now rapid tests, which must still be administered by health-care professionals but won’t have to be processed in a lab. It’s not clear when they will be shipped.
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Rob Bye: Advertising support, policy change could be lifeline for broadcasters
OPINION: Solutions include regulatory reforms and equitable taxation for online media giants and a tax credit to B.C. broadcasters for the creation of made-in-B.C. content.
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Witnesses call for street lights at site of fatal Calgary motorcycle crash
Police are investigating whether obstructed views might have contributed to the crash that killed a motorcyclist on Barlow Trail on Tuesday.
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Anti-maskers gather in Montreal’s Lafontaine Park to protest against public health measures
Organizers called the protest shortly after Montreal mayor Valerie Plante's comments on Wednesday, inviting anti-maskers to "go protest in a potato field".
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California evacuees return home to find devastation after wildfire
``It was like a part of me is gone, burned up in the fire. Everything we built here, everything we made here is gone,'' Nikki Conant said.
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Canada adds 1,796 new coronavirus cases, highest total yet for second wave
Six more deaths were also reported Wednesday, bringing the national death toll to 9,297.
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