Melting Arctic Ocean ice allows killer whales to move in, threatens ecosystem

Melted sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has paved the way for killer whales to spend more time in these waters, but researchers worry that this could threaten species of prey in these areas, potentially throwing the ecosystem off balance.
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Nova Scotia ban on ‘renovictions’ extended past Feb. 1 expiry date due to pandemic
It has now been extended until the lifting of the province's state of emergency to deal with COVID-19 or when the government decides to repeal it.
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Boil-water advisory lifted for Iqaluit amid fuel contamination concerns
The capital's 8,000 people had been under the advisory since Jan. 19 when the city started using a bypass system to pump water to residents.
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Nova Scotia minister apologizes for referring to affordable housing as ‘ghetto’
Housing Minister John Lohr has apologized for saying he doesn't want to 'create a ghetto' during a discussion about affordable and mixed-income housing.
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The Home Front: Creating a quiet oasis in the city
Architects help family convert Toronto home into cosy sanctuary of peace and solitude
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Neil Young vs Spotify, and the gathering storm
Terry Glavin: The battle between musician and streaming giant was neatly settled. But it is part of a much bigger, unfolding crisis over the role of truth and facts. The post Neil Young vs Spotify, and the gathering storm appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Calgary firefighters douse flames in Pineridge garage fire
Nobody was hurt when a fire broke out on the roof of a northeast garage. Investigators are trying to determine the cause.
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Quesnel, B.C. Ogopogo ice sculpture captures attention of people far and wide
Quesnel, B.C., resident Vanessa Hildreth has brought a version of the watery lake creature to life in her front yard every winter for 12 years.
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Kitchener Blues Festival organizers planning for return to normal this summer
On Friday, organizers of the Kitchener Blues Festival announced that they have begun booking acts and developing plans for a full festival this summer.
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COVID-19 protocols put a stop to London Knights’ weekend schedule
Three more London Knights games will have to be made up at later dates.
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‘This is awful’: N.B. family continues to search for missing mother
Erin Brooks was last seen on a security camera inside a local store in St. Mary's First Nation. She's been missing for a month and her family desperately wants to see her home.
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Kelowna police dog catches knife wielding man
A man was seen stealing items from a truck and when employees intervened they were threatened with a knife, RCMP said in a press release.
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Quebec truckers join up with convoy en route to Ottawa to protest vaccine mandates
From coast to coast, truck drivers against COVID-19 vaccination regulations have gathered.
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New Brunswick reports 4 more COVID-19 deaths ahead of easing restrictions
There are now 16 people in intensive care with COVID-19 in New Brunswick, for an increase of eight in the past day. Four patients are on a ventilator. 
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New order bans highway border blockades in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia has enacted a new order that bans highway border blockades.
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Karen Ranalletta: How to make life more affordable for B.C. families? Open up child-care spaces in schools
Opinion: For many with school-aged kids, finding quality before- and after-school child care that is affordable and local is becoming the impossible dream
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James's deputy tells trial there were 'concerns' about a B.C. retirement benefit
Craig James has pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud over $5,000 and three counts of breach of trust by a public officer.
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COVID-19: Death toll in Waterloo Region climbs to 348 as another death reported in the area
For the sixth weekday in a row, Waterloo Public Health reported a new COVID-19-related death in Waterloo Region, raising the death toll in the area to 348.
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Man killed in collision with overpass near Falcon Lake
A 77-year-old Falcon Lake man was killed after a hydraulic crane on his truck crashed into an overpass, Manitoba RCMP said.
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Teens take responsibility for damage to Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame field: police
The hall of fame, located on Church Street South in St. Marys, contacted police on Jan. 10 to report extensive damage that had been caused to its King's Field baseball diamond.
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Neepawa man facing 88 child sex, pornography charges, Manitoba RCMP says
Jamie Centeno, 26, was arrested Wednesday and has been charged with 88 offences, including luring a child, sexual assault, sexual exploitation of a child, and making child porn.
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This Week in History, 1891: Bohemians, bluebloods and one of the great scandals of 1891
Marriage between Belle Bilton and William Frederick Le Poer Trench upset his aristocratic father
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Toronto to shift to living with COVID-19 like it does with the flu, says public health
Prevalence of Omicron means a “COVID zero strategy” no longer makes sense, Dr. Eileen De Villa said Friday.
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Adult child shoots parents, sibling in Richmond murder-suicide: IHIT
The fatal shooting of four family members in Richmond is considered a case of murder-suicide, homicide investigators confirmed Friday. Sgt. David Lee, a spokesperson for the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, said the family members killed at the home in the 4500-block of Garden City Road were a 71-year-old father, a 58-year-old mother, and two adult […]
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Some 'freedom convoy' donors are using aliases of well-known Canadians
Despite bearing the names of some of Canada's most recognizable figures, some donations made out to a convoy on its way to Ottawa to protest vaccine mandates and other pandemic restrictions are not as they appear.
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B.C. freediver helps students break records and Hollywood stars get the prefect shot
B.C. freediver Kirk Krack has helped students break records, and Hollywood stars get the perfect shot.
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City of Burnaby backs gondola proposal for Burnaby Mountain
The municipality has endorsed the Route 1 option, running from the Production Way-University SkyTrain station to UniverCity and Simon Fraser University. 
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Toronto Catholic board asks OLRB to force union to reveal schools to be hit by strikes next week
Board chair says the threatened job action at elementary schools is causing parents uncertainty.
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ICE Unit investigation leads to arrest of Saskatoon resident
A 50-year-old Saskatoon man has been charged with child pornography as part of an ongoing investigation by the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit.
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Murder charge laid after ‘unprovoked’ attack inside Drumheller Institution: RCMP
A 34-year-old man from the Edmonton area who was serving time for weapons and drug possession died after an alleged unprovoked attack inside the Drumheller Institution.
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COVID-19: MLHU reports 2 deaths, LHSC says 22 COVID-19 patients in ICU
LHSC is caring for 145 COVID-19 inpatients, with 22 inpatients in adult critical care. There are currently no cases in Children's Hospital.
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Hamilton police seek suspect vehicle in Mountain homicide investigation
Hamilton police have released images of a suspect vehicle as they continue to investigate the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Sheydon Storer on Dec. 21, 2021.
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‘Tiger King’ star Joe Exotic resentenced to 21 years in jail in murder-for-hire case
The updated sentencing comes after 'Tiger King' star Joe Exotic begged the court for leniency as he begins treatment for prostate cancer.
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Nova Scotia bans blockades of highway near N.B. border
The new directive says protesters are prohibited from blockading Highway 104 near the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border. 
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Protesters arrive on Parliament Hill ahead of main trucker convoy
Consistent honks from truck horns could be heard through the downtown core on Friday as participants in the trucker convoy drove into the area and began gathering around Parliament Hill in what's set to be a 'unique, fluid, risky, and significant' protest, according to city officials.
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Webinar explores how activism and the written word intertwine
The Quebec Writers’ Federation and Muslim Awareness Week co-host Writing as Activism, featuring Ellen Gabriel and Samir Shaheen-Hussain.
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Saskatoon police charge man with manufacturing firearms
A 46-year-old faces charges in relation to manufacturing firearms in Saskatoon, where the investigation is ongoing.
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Why did a GTA pair allegedly shoot this man, tie up his roommates and stab his dog? Tangled murder trial offers few answers
Like many court cases involving violent crimes, the first-degree murder trial of Brandon Hudson and Arjuna Paramsothy raised more questions than answers.
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Victims in Richmond, B.C. shooting were mom, dad, 2 adult kids: IHIT
The victims involve a 71-year-old father, a 58-year-old mother, and two adult children, ages 23 and 21, Sgt. David Lee of IHIT confirmed.
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Beijing Olympics could affect Russia's invasion of Ukraine, experts say
As fears of a possible invasion of Ukraine remain high, experts say the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing could affect Russia's plans to attack.
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Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin sex assault case scheduled for two days in September
Maj.-Gen. Fortin was charged in August with one count of sexual assault dating back to 1988, to which he has pleaded not guilty.
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Ownership transfer clears way for restoration of Beach Canal Lighthouse
Ownership of the Beach Canal Lighthouse -- built in 1858 and operated until 1961 -- has been transferred from the DFO to the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority.
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Diplomats should stay in Ukraine despite destabilization threats, president says
While many western nations fear a Russian military invasion is becoming possible, Ukrainian officials have repeatedly tried to project calm this week.
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Canada ends U.S. travel exemption for B.C. residents in need of essential supplies after flood
Beginning Jan. 31, residents travelling to the U.S. by land to pick up goods will be required to fulfill all of Canada's pre-entry, arrival, COVID-19 testing and quarantine rules.
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