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21% of Albertans unsure how cannabis edibles affect driving: AMA survey
The Alberta Motor Association is concerned there's an awareness gap when it comes to understanding how cannabis edibles impact driving.
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Chris Selley: Liberal throne speech stays the course, but Justin Trudeau can’t
Fairly or not, the prime minister is simply too widely loathed to play a leading role in the central Canadian issue of our time: national unity
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MANDEL: Condo fragrance ban doesn’t pass the smell test
A girl can’t even spritz on a little perfume these days. The signs are everywhere — whether it’s at the gym or in the workplace — warning that premises have adopted a scent-free policy and please don’t even think about entering with any fragrance on your person.  Never mind that edict is virtually impossible to […]
Toronto Sun
Royalmount developer hopes to expand Mount Royal project to 4,500 units
Carbonleo is hoping to build 4,500 housing units for its massive real estate project, Royalmount.
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B.C. actor from viral Peloton ad grappling with negative reactions
At first, B.C. actor Sean Hunter was excited to land a role in a commercial for a Peloton exercise bike. Then the ad made its way onto the internet.
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Quebec government could invoke closure to force adoption of Bill 34
Quebec MNAs may start their Christmas break a little later than expected if the government invokes closure to force the adoption of a bill to freeze hydro rates.
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Vaughn Palmer: B.C. NDP condemns Quebec's Bill 21, but Horgan carefully silent
OPINION: Horgan did not speak when resolution was debated; neither did national leader Jagmeet Singh
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Class-action lawsuit alleges sexual abuse by priests across Quebec
The suit names 26 FSC schools across Quebec and names 25 priests suspected of sexually assaulting children between the 1940s and 1980s
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Royal Canadian Legion says online swindlers are trading on its name
The Royal Canadian Legion is shutting down unauthorized retailers using its trademarked poppy symbol to sell merchandise on sites such as Facebook, Amazon and Shopify.
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Man pleads guilty to horrific fatal beating of disabled Vancouver senior
Nicholas Wallace faces a possible sentence of 18 years in prison for randomly breaking into the apartment of an 87-year-old Vancouver woman and beating her to death.
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Man found guilty of assault for touching Vancouver bus driver’s thigh without her consent
The judge noted the driver, who was touched for two to three seconds, was in a vulnerable position in her driver's seat and the touching was intentional.
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Chase with stolen UPS truck ends with shootout, fatalities
Police said there were multiple fatalities Thursday after a UPS driver was kidnapped by at least two robbery suspects who led police on a two-county chase that ended in gunfire at a busy intersection during rush hour.
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Saskatoon charity delivers Christmas gifts to nearly 1,000 children
TLC@Home delivers shoeboxes full of gifts to students in Saskatoon who might not otherwise receive a Christmas present.
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Manitoba legislature starts winter break with many bills not passed
The Manitoba legislature has started its winter break with bills still in limbo on everything from Sunday shopping to public cannabis consumption.
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STICK SHIFT SIMPLETONS: Manual transmission foils York U. theft
A man was robbed at gunpoint at York University last week by crooks who then attempted to steal his car. But Toronto Police — who revealed Thursday that two teen boys have been arrested for the robbery — say the vehicle theft was foiled by a manual transmission. Apparently, neither of the would-be car thieves […]
Toronto Sun
Greenfield Park struggles with arrest of hockey coach on sex-abuse charges
"Where were the adults in all of this?" said Scott Mackenzie. "If I could put it together at that age, how come they couldn't?"
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Calgary’s Cale Makar making early run at Calder Trophy in first full season with Avalanche
Heading into Thursday's action, Cale Makar led all NHL rookies with 27 points, was second in both goals (eight) and assists (19), and also sat third in scoring among blue-liners across the league.
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Electoral reform: Quebecers to vote in a referendum in 2022
The next time they cast ballots in a provincial election, they will also vote on whether to change the first-past-the-post system.
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Defence challenges search warrant as Curtis Sagmoen case resumes
Curtis Sagmoen has pleaded not guilty to five charges in relation to the alleged August 2017 incident with the sex-trade worker.
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Owners of 2 dilapidated Downtown Eastside hotels to fight expropriation in court
The City of Vancouver took the rare step of taking control of the Balmoral and Regent hotels in November, assessing their value at just $1 each.
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CBC TV sees sharp decline in ad revenues: Report
A shrinking CBC television audience has left the CBC with plunging advertising revenues, according to Blacklock’s Reporter. In the first six months of 2019, the CBC generated advertising revenues of $90.9 million, according to the public broadcaster’s second-quarter financial report. That is slightly less than the $92.8 million the broadcaster collected in ad revenue during […]
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‘Antifeminist attack’: École Polytechnique plaque changes reference to massacre
The new sign's language identifies the massacre as an act of violence against women, not just a tragedy, which was how the old sign referred to the event.
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Hundreds of Regina Co-op Refinery workers locked out
The employees began picketing in front of the refinery Thursday evening.
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Liveblog: Primeau set to make debut for Habs against Avs
20-year old makes National Hockey League debut against surging Avalanche
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Ambassador says China will retaliate if Canada places human rights sanctions
China's new ambassador to Canada is threatening ``very firm countermeasures'' if Parliament adopts a motion calling for sanctions over alleged Chinese human rights abuses against Muslim Uighurs and pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
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A disturbance in the Throne Speech continuum
For comment on the Governor General's contribution to the Speech from the Throne, we turn to a professor of philosophy of physics The post A disturbance in the Throne Speech continuum appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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First-degree murder charge laid in Saskatoon
Saskatoon police have laid a first-degree murder charge in the death of a 25-year-old man in August.
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What does it mean? The throne speech interpreted
The Liberals laid out their policy priorities for this minority Parliament. The fate of the government depends on support from opposition MPs so the speech highlighted the theme of common ground and sprinkled targeted appeals to Justin Trudeau’s political rivals. Here’s a guide to what it means.
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Montreal middleweight Butler going to Japan 'to take what's mine'
Preparing for Dec. 23 title bout against World Boxing Association champion and fellow power-puncher Ryota Murata.
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B.C. police watchdog seeks witnesses to Penticton arrest
The man was admitted to hospital where his condition deteriorated and he died six days later, on Nov. 14.
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China tech giant Huawei faces a homegrown backlash
Chinese social media is flooded with criticism over how the firm landed a former worker in detention.
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Life’s half grand for Morgan Rielly at the 500-game mark
Turnovers have been an issue the past two seasons, but Rielly doesn’t play a traditional role on defence. His sky-high ice time suggests the Leafs are happy with his work.
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EDITORIAL: Tory knows there’s only one taxpayer
We understand Mayor John Tory’s argument that the city needs money to fund public transit and social housing. But he should have told the public during last year’s municipal election about his intention to increase and expand his city-building fund to do so. It will raise property taxes over the next next five years by […]
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Throne Speech 2019: Justin Trudeau pours on the restraint
Presiding over a minority, the Liberal government's Speech from the Throne was a vaguer road map than the confident, shiny plan of 2015 The post Throne Speech 2019: Justin Trudeau pours on the restraint appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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TTC has plan to make service on busiest routes faster, more reliable
The transit agency outlines a proposal to implement exclusive bus-only lanes and other service-enhancing measures on five of its most frequented lines.
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Paris billionaires’ rivalry fuels pursuit of luxury brands Tiffany, Moncler
The rivalry, more than two decades in the making, has defined the modern luxury industry and shows no signs of ending. Since 2001, when Kering founder François Pinault beat out LVMH chief executive officer Bernard Arnault for control of Gucci, the companies have increased their hold over the sector through dozens of deals.
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Fog advisory issued for parts of central and southern Alberta, drivers warned of poor visibility on roads
A fog advisory was issued for a number of areas in central and southern Alberta on Thursday.
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Avalanche’s Cale Makar ahead of rookie learning curve
Colorado Avalanche centre Nathan MacKinnon says 21-year-old rookie defenceman Cale Makar should not only be considered for the Calder Trophy, but the Norris Trophy which goes to the best NHL player at Makar’s position.
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After years of delay, construction begins in downtown parking lot on Vancouver's newest park
The cost of the elaborate park, that includes raised walkways, a public plaza and cafe, jumped to almost $14 million from its original cost of $8 million.
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Rossi, Quinn focused on giving Ottawa 67’s another OHL title shot
"Last year was really disappointing, it was really tough," Marco Rossi said. "This year we are younger kids but we have a really good chance again."
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Susan Delacourt: Throne speech shows a government looking closer to home
Justin Trudeau is sending strong signals about how he, his government, the country and the world have changed in four years, Susan Delacourt writes.
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Valuable Junior C points are up for grabs this weekend in Gananoque, Ont.
There's exciting Junior C hockey this weekend at the Lou Jeffries Arena in Gananoque.
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