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Debrief at the Desk: Lisa LaFlamme speaks with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh
In the fourth of CTV News Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme’s interviews with the major federal party leaders, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh talks about the progressive vote in Canada.
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Duelling demonstrations on refugees will take place at Lacolle Saturday
Rallies both for and against refugees crossing into Canada via Roxham Rd will take place near the Canada-U.S. border.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Hamilton Bulldogs lose roller-coaster game in Peterborough
The Hamilton Bulldogs started a three-game road trip in Eastern Ontario Thursday night with a 4-3 loss against the Peterborough Petes.
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens blank the Minnesota Wild in 4-0 home ice shutout
There's plenty of time for the Canadiens to right the ship, starting with a Wild club who had only one win in six starts. Brian Wilde has more.
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Victor Mete, Nick Suzuki score their first goals as Canadiens cruise
Mete finally hits the back of the net in his 127th NHL game as Montreal jumps all over the Wild to win 4-0 at the Bell Centre.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Some Edmonton-area patients are waiting 7-9 months for CT scans
Edmonton-area patients are waiting until spring or summer for CT scans. According to Alberta Health, there has been no funding cut.
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#ICYMI: Waste reduction, cannabis anniversary, more news
A brief look at some of today's top stories on the Gazette site.
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Mete, Suzuki earn first NHL goals in Habs 4-0 win
Victor Mete and Nick Suzuki each scored their first NHL goals to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a convincing 4-0 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night.
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Trump rails against 'crazy' Democrats, says he doesn't believe 'they love our country'
U.S. President Donald Trump unleashed a scathing screed against Democrats at a rally in Texas Thursday, bashing his opponents as "crazy" as they push forward on an impeachment inquiry.
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Spruce Grove Tri Leisure Centre evacuated due to ‘unspecified threat’: RCMP
The TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre was evacuated "in the nature of public safety," police said.
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Alouettes QB Adams looking to rebound from four interception game
"The trick is not to really dwell on them. Know what happened, know the situation, go out and make it up," head coach Khari Jones explained.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Chris Selley: Scenes from a gridlock city. Federal leaders have little to say on traffic relief for GTA
There may be no bigger issue in the vote-rich GTA than transit, and this is likely to be true for decades to come as the population keeps growing
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San Diego woman living in van with 300 rats agrees to give them up
A woman living in a van in San Diego with her pet rats has agreed to give them up -- all 300 of them.
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Group says Bill 40, which aims to abolish school boards, is 'doomed to fail'
APPELE-Quebec has a meeting next month with Education Minister Jean-François Roberge and they will try to stress their concerns then.
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2 men arrested in Vancouver in connection with Campbell River homicide
Police say the two suspects remain in custody but have not yet been charged.
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Why the protests in Hong Kong may have no end in sight
Beijing’s local allies don’t agree on much and the differences within the camp are even deeper on protesters’ biggest demand, for greater democracy.
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QMJHL Roundup: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Jeremie Poirier and Brady Burns scored in the shootout as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Thursday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
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Man dead after shooting in north-end Toronto
Emergency crews were called to a residential area on Don Mills Road near Steeles Avenue East at around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday after receiving multiple calls from people who heard gunshots.
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Climate crusader Greta Thunberg may just find an audience in land of the oilsands, observers say
The 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist arrived in Alberta this week and will march in a climate strike to the provincial legislature on Friday, but she and the message she promotes has received pushback from some politicians and community members who oppose the urgent climate action she calls for.
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Emboldened ISIS ramps up Syria attacks as Kurds reel from invasion
Turkey’s incursion is proving to be a propaganda windfall for Islamic State, which had been faltering in its attempts at a comeback in eastern Syria.
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1 man in custody after Alberta RCMP vehicle intentionally rammed
According to police, the marked cruiser was intentionally rammed by a burgundy Ford F-250 pickup truck at a No Frills parking lot at around 5 p.m.
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Former Kamloops bishop Adam Exner testifies at sex assault trial
Rosemary Anderson alleges that Exner was negligent during his time as bishop in Kamloops when dealing with a priest accused of misconduct.
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Bumpy road for Washington Nationals manager leads to ‘beautiful place’
From a losing record, to heart trouble, to the World Series: It’s been quite a season for Dave Martinez.
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WARMINGTON: Dogged cops in Peel arrest two for attempted murder
It may have taken almost a year, but Peel police have nailed two suspects in their investigation of the attempted murder of a woman caught in the middle of the deadly gunplay. It’s a big arrest. When Peel Regional Police detectives arrived at a Mississauga apartment building on Battleford Rd. last Nov. 23, they found […]
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Toronto Sun
Extended interviews with North Okanagan – Shuswap candidates
Hear from all five candidates running the North Okanagan - Shuswap riding.
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Duran Laplante sentenced to 5 years for fatal Saskatoon stabbing
Duran Laplante pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was given a five-year sentence for killing 24 year-old Elijah Kozak in August 2018.
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New Vancouver mug-sharing programs offer fix for takeout waste
Would you rent a reusable coffee mug to reduce waste?
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Ontario’s financial watchdog says deficit ‘was never $15 billion’ as Doug Ford previously claimed 
"Policy decisions by both the current and previous governments contributed to the slow increase in revenues as well as the rise in spending last year."
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Uber investigating after Toronto woman left stranded ‘in middle of nowhere’ during Calgary snowstorm
Lorena Sanchez said she was stranded on a nearly empty Calgary street in a snowstorm after an Uber driver kicked her out of the car, insisting she'd reached her destination.
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Pitch-tipping paranoia haunts MLB playoff teams
Batter’s box espionage in Major League Baseball can take the form of either pitch tipping or sign stealing, with one considered just a matter of good scouting while the other is considered ethically dodgy.
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Astros chafed at cheating allegations of pitch stealing
NEW YORK – Astros ace Justin Verlander and his manager A.J. Hinch had rather pointed messages for the conspiracy theorists of the baseball world prior to Thursday’s Game 4 of the ALCS. Essentially it was simple, albeit tinged with anger: Paranoia will destroy ya. With the rainout on Wednesday, the old Astros are stealing signs […]
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Toronto Sun
Toronto needs cricket pitches, basketball courts, skate parks, thanks to changing demographics
Just eight per cent of Canadian children and youth play hockey, less than half the percentage that played 20 years ago.
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Vaughn Palmer: Liberals hope Wilkinson won't have to force out two baggage-packing MLAs
Liberal backroom hopes Richmond’s Linda Reid and Langley’s Rich Coleman will take the hints and retire
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Edmonton city council to condemn Quebec’s secularism law, Bill 21
Members of the World Sikh Organization of Canada and Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council spoke in favour of the executive committee’s symbolic gesture to oppose Bill 21 in Quebec.
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What can the polls tell you? Perfect prediction is impossible, expert says, but race will be close
How much should Canadians trust the polls before they cast their ballots? Should strategic voters base their votes on the latest polling data?
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Maple Leafs defenceman Holl raring to face Bruins
Of all people who hated watching the Leafs lose that playoff series to the Bruins last season, perhaps the most frustrated was Justin Holl from his front-row seat. A defenceman employed just 11 times all year, he didn’t see the ice as the club crashed and burned in a series it could’ve won. Holl made […]
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Toronto Sun
Dave Feschuk: The Zion Williamson launch party will be much bigger than him
Assuming his knee is good to go, the Pelicans’ future — a multi-talented monster among supermen — will begin his NBA career against the Raptors on opening night, when he’ll get an up-close look at what a championship can mean, Dave Feschuk writes.
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Turkey has agreed to a ceasefire in Syria, but key questions remain unanswered
The deal calls for a five-day pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish fighters and puts at least a temporary halt to the battle along the Syrian border.
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10 key ridings in the 905 to watch on election day
If the government is going to change on election night, you’ll see it happening in the larger GTA.
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The Mustard Seed helps man find community, home in Calgary
"He came in really caring for the other guests, for people who experienced things that he did", Andrew Gusztak on Mustard Seed guest and volunteer Gary Wise.
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Deal on wood pellets to Japan to help B.C.'s struggling forest industry: Horgan
Premier John Horgan says the agreement between Pinnacle Renewable Energy and Mitsui & Co. adds more value to what is taken out of provincial forests.
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Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking Headlines & Videos | Vancouver Sun
Cannabis supply still an issue in Lethbridge one year after legalization
Thursday marks the one year anniversary of cannabis legalization in Canada. The past year has seen supply shortages, a moratorium on new licences and now, edibles.
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Zuckerberg defends Facebook’s refusal to remove ‘newsworthy’ content that violates standards
Facebook, Google, Twitter and other companies are trying to oversee internet content while also avoiding infringing on First Amendment rights. The pendulum has swung recently toward restricting hateful speech that could spawn violence.
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Officer testifies he was in ‘shock’ while chasing down U-Haul used in Edmonton van attack
Const. Denis Plesa testified in the ongoing trial of Abdulahi Hasan Sharif on Thursday that he was in a state of disbelief as he followed the driver of a U-Haul speeding through downtown Edmonton on Sept. 30, 2017, before flipping the truck and ending the chase.
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