Doctors sound alarm over COVID-19 vaccine exemptions: ‘We have ethics’
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario restricted two doctors last week from providing COVID-19 vaccine, mask and testing exemptions, which has physicians speaking out.
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Hamilton teens charged after police cruiser hit in alleged Niagara Falls joy-ride
Arrests were made when police spotted the stolen SUV was spotted near Victoria Avenue near Morrison Street
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Vinay Menon: The artist formerly known as Kanye West is bringing creepy face masks to the masses
West, who just changed his name to Ye, might be laying the groundwork — or facework — for his greatest commercial success yet. Ye recently applied for a mask trademark. Everything he’s doing now is clearly a ploy to make gazillions more by selling masks to the masses.
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‘Can’t believe I fell for this’: Innisfil man duped by campervan scam, out $9K
A 64-year-old man from Innisfil, Ont., thought he and his wife had bought a campervan, but they've since discovered they've lost $9,000.
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Investor defrauded of $1M over Sooke hotel ownership: B.C. Securities Commission
It's the latest chapter in the history of the hotel and restaurant, which won accolades under former owners Frederique and Sinclair Philip but has been closed since March 2020.
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Charges unlikely for riders who didn't intervene in Philadelphia train rape
Prosecutors pursuing the case against a man accused of raping a woman on a commuter train last week don't anticipate charging fellow passengers for not intervening, a spokesperson for the suburban Philadelphia district attorney said.
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Arsonists target residential parking lots in Victoria neighbourhood
Victoria police are searching for witnesses and video footage after arsonists targeted residential building parking areas this week.
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Suspect in downtown Calgary machete attacks found fit to stand trial
The suspect in two downtown Calgary machete attacks last week has been found fit to stand trial.
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COVID-19: Nova Scotia reports lowest number of new cases in more than a month
The province also said a fourth patient in a non-COVID-19 unit at the Valley Regional Hospital has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Liberal MPP sought COVID-19 vaccination exemption for personal support worker
Ontario’s Liberals are being accused of saying one thing and doing another after their Thunder Bay MPP sought special treatment for a personal support worker about to become unemployed for refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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OPP looking for trucker after $300,000 load disappears near Guelph
Wellington County OPP say they are looking for a trucker after a $300,000 load disappeared earlier this month near Guelph.
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Food prices rose nearly 4% in September. These products saw the biggest jump
Are higher food prices here to stay? Economists say that's the million-dollar question and the answer will depend on how long supply chain disruptions last.
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Human remains found near items linked to Brian Laundrie, reports say
Brian Laundrie's family reported him as missing on Sept. 17, days before a coroner identified the remains of his fiance, Gabby Petito, at a national park in Wyoming.
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COVID-19: N.B. reporting 5 deaths, rapid outbreak management team at 23 sites
Two people aged 19 and under are in hospital due to COVID-19.
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Variety Week on Global BC 2021 – Day 3
The sixth annual Variety Week continues Wednesday, highlighting stories from children and families around the province who have been helped by Variety – the Children’s Charity.
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Doug Ford refuses to apologize for comment about immigrants
Rejecting calls to apologize for controversial comments about new Canadians, Premier Doug Ford says “great hard-working immigrants” are key to his electoral success.
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Alberta country music artists release song opposing coal mining in the Rockies
Corb Lund has banded together with other Alberta musicians to recreate his song, This Is My Prairie, in opposition of the proposed open-pit coal mining in the Rocky Mountains.
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BCGEU workers at LifeLabs issue 72-hour strike notice
Job action could begin as early as Friday at 7 p.m.
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Karen Gordon: Haunted Victorian gingerbread mansions can be fun and tasty
Karen Gordon offers up 10 tips to help you build your Halloween gingerbread house
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International: 30 bestselling books for the week of Oct. 16
Compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent book stores.
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Comedy and tragedy once again successfully team up to create a complex character
Expect a wry, insightful and likely laugh-out-loud discussion from authors Mona Awad, Rachel Yoder and Zoe Whittall.
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Following the casual fashions of COVID-19, men's suiting is back, Stefano Ricci CEO says
When Niccolò Ricci flew from Italy to Vancouver last month for a made-to-measure event at the Stefano Ricci boutique, he was delighted.
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After 50 years in the music biz, Forbes has the memories — and a K-tel record — to prove it
Roy Forbes. When: Oct. 22-23 at 8 p.m. Where: Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, 4360 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver. Tickets: $35 at FirstImpressionsTheatre.com and 604-929-9456.
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Q&A: Vancouver Island dance duo Funkanometry has right moves for success
Vancouver Island duo Funkanometry are making moves on success in dance.
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B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Oct. 16
Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.
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Montreal's socio-economic sky is clearing, but pandemic clouds remain
There is encouraging news for the downtown core in the Montreal City Centre Report, which measures the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The bestselling books in Canada for the week ending Oct. 20, 2021
Toronto Star bestsellers lists show the books Canadians bought this week
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Roots CEO talks evolving the business beyond 'the camp and the cottage'
When Meghan Roach joined Roots in January 2020, she was eager to shake-up the way Canadians viewed the nearly 50-year-old brand.
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Imagine Picasso projects surrealism in new ways
Imagine Picasso. When: Opens Oct. 27. Where: Vancouver Convention Centre (East Building, 999 Canada Pl.) Tickets: Starting at $39.99, imagine-picasso.com.
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Tories decry COVID-19 vaccine mandate for MPs but likely out of luck on challenge: expert
On Tuesday night, the Speaker of the House of Commons said the Board of Internal Economy has decided anyone entering the House of Commons precinct must be fully vaccinated.
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