Montreal women shot at home while standing in front of window

At the moment, police cannot say whether this woman was the victim of a stray bullet.
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Fluctuating temperatures may bring icy conditions to London, Ont. on Wednesday
The forecast is calling for temperatures high enough to melt snow and ice before a cold front brings an abrupt temperature drop in time for the evening commute.
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Vancouver weather: Clouds and showers
It'll be mostly cloudy today with a chance of showers in the morning and rain starting late in the afternoon.
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André Leon Talley, style icon and former Vogue editor, dead at 73
At 6-feet-6 inches tall, André Leon Talley cut an imposing figure wherever he went, with his stature and his considerable influence on the world of fashion.
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Passenger flights resume at St. John's airport, but officials say fix is temporary
Officials at the St. John's International Airport say services will resume today after a labour dispute with firefighters forced widespread flight cancellations Tuesday night and into this morning.
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Motorist dies after head-on collision in Outaouais region
The Sûreté du Québec said a driver passed a vehicle on a narrow road, apparently not seeing the victim's car travelling in the opposite direction.
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Some TDSB high schools moving to remote learning due to lack of snow clearing
Students across the province are (finally) going back to the classroom on Wednesday. Follow along here throughout the day.
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Annual inflation rate hits 4.8% in Canada, highest since 1991
Statistics Candada reports that the annual pace of inflation climbed to 4.8 per cent in December, its highest rate in more than 30 years.
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Readers take over with strolls down broadcasting memory lane
Some signature calls, some iconic that recapture some great sporting moments
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CAQ's popularity dips while Quebec Conservatives see increased support: poll
Despite the erosion in public support, Legault would have won another majority had an election been held last weekend, the poll suggests.
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Sean Monahan scores twice as Calgary Flames lead Florida Panthers 5-1
Sean Monahan's first two-goal game of the season helped the slumping Flames to a surprise 5-1 victory over the NHL-leading Florida Panthers on Tuesday.
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Debbie Travis debuts a new home decor line at Giant Tiger
DIY design diva launches her namesake linens and accessories, priced from $3 to $50, at the Canadian discount retailer
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Judge to rule on bail of disgraced fashion mogul Peter Nygard
Disgraced Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard, who police say faces charges of sexual assault and forcible confinement, will learn Wednesday whether he will be granted bail.
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Canada eyeing 5G’s impact on ‘critical’ aircraft tech amid U.S. warnings
The U.S. airline heads say the current rules run the risk of allowing 5G interference on the frequencies used by pilots and aircrafts to gauge their distance from the ground. 
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In the Habs' room: 'We're here to play hockey and show up for work every day'
The reality is that the Canadiens prevailed in a game they had no business winning.
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Influential fashion journalist André Leon Talley dies at 73
Talley was an influential fashion journalist who worked at Women’s Wear Daily and Vogue and was a regular in the front row of fashion shows in New York and Europe.
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Nearly 80% of Winnipeg care homes dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks
According to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, there are active COVID-19 outbreaks at 31 of Winnipeg's 39 personal care homes.
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Western nations need unity to stop Russian aggression against Ukraine: Blinken
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a visit to Kyiv that the U.S. and its allies were steadfast in backing his country.
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More than half of Albertans using emergency shelter are in Calgary, study suggests
The report analyzed data from the last province-wide point-in-time count conducted on April 11, 2018.
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New Brunswick’s Willie O’Ree says having Bruins retire jersey an honor
Willie O'Ree became the NHL's first Black player on Jan. 18, 1958, when he suited up against the Montreal Canadiens.
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This week’s online GTA Open Houses include a $4.49M Humber Bay condo and a $1.4M house in Newmarket
GTA homes for sale: See what’s out there, and for how much
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Social housing was Jon Harstone’s passion
He was a successful advocate of affordable homes in Toronto. And he was part of my family
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This year’s weird and wonderful new offerings in home technology
Iconic board games go digital, a battery-less TV remote and a double-screen laptop were standouts at the 55th annual CES
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Toronto influencer built foodie following after leaving career in teaching
Jamie Milne of @Everything_Delish shares her simple social media formula, a cooking pep talk and pantry staples.
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Omicron wave easing in some provinces as others brace for surge
Saskatchewan, Alberta and Prince Edward Island are bracing for continued Omicron surges, while Quebec and Ontario are seeing some easing in the daily rate of hospital admissions.
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Ancient metal tubes unearthed in Caucasus could be world's first drinking straws
Archeologists believe the world’s oldest known drinking straws date from 5,000 years ago after re-analyzing long 'sceptres' found in a burial mound in the Caucasus
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Archeologists believe they have identified the oldest known drinking straws
Archeologists believe the world’s oldest known drinking straws date from 5,000 years ago after re-analyzing long 'sceptres' found in a burial mound in the Caucasus.
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Kirkland homeowners will see 3.75 per cent average tax hike in 2022
For a homeowner with an average house evaluation of $633,000, it means a tax bill of $4,629 in 2022.
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COVID-19 health messaging: triumph or train-wreck? Experts reflect on past 2 years
Has keeping track of COVID-19 guidance left things clear or confusing for you? Experts reflect on what went right, and what went wrong when communicating science to the public.
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Montreal weather: These things are certain — snow and taxes
There was that time secession was (kind of) on the table in N.D.G. It had the proverbial snowball's chance.
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