Police respond to serious crash southwest of London
Emergency crews were on scene of a serious crash southwest of London on Wednesday evening.
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4,000 Indians die of COVID-19 for 2nd straight day but experts see ‘cautious optimism’
Experts remain unsure when COVID-19 case numbers will peak and concern is growing about the transmissibility of the variant that is driving infections in India.
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Motorcyclist injured in suspected road rage incident
Witnesses told the Sûreté du Québec the driver of the car and the motorcyclist had been seen cutting each other off.
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Hernandez hits 2 Home Runs as Ryu, Blue Jays improve to 5-0 vs Braves
Teoscar Hernandez hit two homers and drove in three runs, Hyun Jin Ryu pitched seven sharp innings and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Atlanta 4-1.
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Todd Loewen stepping down as UCP caucus chair, calls on Kenney to resign
Todd Loewen says he is also resigning as chair of Kenney's United Conservative caucus in order to freely speak his mind.
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Stabbing victim makes his way to a police station to report assault
A verbal dispute downtown turned violent, according to Montreal police.
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Palestinians somberly mark end of Ramadan as violence spreads in Israel
Arab and Jewish mobs are rampaging through the streets, savagely beating people and torching cars, and flights have been canceled or diverted away from the country’s main airport.
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Toronto’s Lake Shore Boulevard West route to close for ActiveTO on May 15 and 16
The eastbound lanes on Lake Shore Boulevard West will be closed starting Saturday, May 15 at 6 a.m. until Sunday, May 16 at 9 p.m.
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Clifford Lincoln: Quebec anglos dreading another language crackdown
"The whole issue is like water torture: It never ends,” says the former Liberal MNA who resigned from Robert Bourassa's cabinet in 1989 over Quebec language laws.
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Happy Eid al-Fitr: Kids under six years old eat for free today at Centrale Bergham
The Montreal-based, fast-casual chain for speciality sandwiches and burgers is ringing in the end of Ramadan with the promotion.
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About Last Night: Suzuki and Caufield enliven dull regular-season finale
The Montreal Canadiens lost their final game of the regular season in overtime 4-3 against the Edmonton Oilers Wednesday at the Bell Centre.
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Calls are growing to expand visits in Ontario long-term-care homes as residents can’t see family despite vaccinations
“We can’t wait anymore. Before he passes, we have to touch him.”
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Anti-scab legislation restores balance of power during labour disputes
Quebec and British Columbia are the only two provinces that have anti-scab legislation to prevent bosses from undermining the entire collective bargaining process.
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5 things to know for Thursday, May 13, 2021
Canada has now administered at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 49.41 per cent of the country's eligible population.
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Delaying 2nd COVID-19 vaccine dose can help reduce deaths: study
As COVID-19 continues, there is debate over whether to extend the gap between doses to give as many people as possible some protection, or stick to the intervals.
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More COVID-19 tickets handed out by provinces during 2nd wave: report
Provinces became more punitive in their approach to COVID-19 infractions during the second wave of the pandemic, says the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
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Entrepreneurship the next trick for these two Cirque du Soleil artists
BMX daredevils reinvented themselves during the pandemic as small business owners by opening Shop Santé in Pointe-Claire.
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Ontario residents 40 and older can book COVID-19 vaccines
The province is expecting millions of vaccines in the coming weeks and is aiming to get first shots to 65 per cent of adults by the end of May.
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China Rising, Episode 1: Hostage Diplomacy
In Episode 1, we'll examine the Chinese government's practice of detaining political prisoners by hearing directly from Canadians who've become caught in the crossfire.
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Indigenous identity explored in first exhibition at Montreal's Daphne
"It's about the idea of time and how it works, of trade and tradition."
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Audit reveals graduating international students were unable to understand English, French
The 2017 administrative audit of international programs at the English Montreal and Lester B. Pearson school boards also details millions of dollars in missing tuition fees at the EMSB.
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Montreal weather: A risk of thunderstorms later in the day
A quick look at the day's forecast along with a reader's #ThisMtl picture and a daily quotation.
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I need financial help but my daughter won’t open up her trust fund: Ask Ellie
Meanwhile, another advice seeker needs the right way to show concern about a relative’s lax parenting.
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How two sisters (and professional soiree throwers) crafted a stylish dinnerware brand during the pandemic
Despite living in different countries, Toronto’s Amy Burstyn Fritz and New York’s Sarah Pecaut joined forces to dream up a Vogue-approved line of artful tableware.
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A pro’s recipe for how to make the best iced coffee (hint: it’s all in the ratio)
If your at-home drink tastes rather watered down, let Elias Vastis, owner of Toronto’s Hula Girl Espresso, school you in his method.
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The siblings behind Little Sister Baking combine Indian flavours with cross-cultural culinary techniques
Co-founder Akash Swar brings her skills as a Cordon Bleu-trained pastry chef to comfort-food creations, like Mango Lassi Paris-Brest and spicy, savoury baked goods.
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Want to use sheet pans for everything? Food expert Ricardo Larrivée shares a primer on this go-tool kitchen tool
In his latest cookbook, Ricardo Larrivée offers recipes you can make with just a sheet pan. Choosing between non-stick, aluminum, textured or cast iron? Here’s a quick rundown of the differences.
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Pop-up vaccine clinics often end up in a social media-fuelled scramble for remaining doses. Is there a better way?
Although pop-up clinics have successfully vaccinated thousands, experts say some concerns over communication and accessibility linger.
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New Science Fiction: Andy Weir’s book “Project Hail Mary” captures the feel-good, can-do optimism of his blockbuster “The Martian”
Plus: “Terminal Boredom” perks us up with its fresh take; the singular voice of Toronto’s Hugh A. D. Spencer; and pandemic sci-fi with an adorable woolly mammoth named Irene
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Musical Moment: Listen to TSO Violin Peter Seminovs and his son as charming duet partners
Seminovs combines recording his Musical Moment with supervising his son’s snack time.
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Steve Paikin: What Iceland can teach us about making democracy more inclusive
After the financial meltdown of 2008, Icelanders mutinied against the elites who had run their economy into the ground.
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Hudson’s Bay pledges to buy at least 15 per cent BIPOC-owned, designed brands
Pledge originator Aurora James says such moves won’t undo ‘horrendous atrocities’ but will be a step toward healing.
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Eye-popping price acceleration in Île-Perrot as Montreal records steepest price increases on record
Fewer and fewer single-family homes in the West Island are listed for under $350,000 on Centris than 10 years ago.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario residents 40 and older can book COVID vaccines Thursday; Provinces issued more COVID-19 tickets during second wave, CCLA report says
Meanwhile, Muslims celebrated Eid al-Fitr in a subdued mood for a second year Thursday as the COVID-19 pandemic again forced mosque closings and family separations.
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Mature trees are ‘carbon-capture heroes.’ This community program helps them live even longer
Large mature trees are worth the effort to keep healthy, but seldom get an arborist’s intervention.
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