Mail delivery to West Kelowna community mailboxes temporarily halted because of ‘dog poop’
‘I’ve lived here for nine years and I know all my neighbours, and I can't see one of my neighbours dropping tied-up bags of poo.’
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Outdoor gathering spaces popping up in downtown Edmonton
Downtowns are often referred to as concrete jungles but two new urban outdoor spaces in Edmonton hope to add colour and energy to the heart of the city.
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The pandemic was only part of the problem in ‘tumultuous’ Raptors season
The Raptors started with a hole in the middle of the roster and the cracks grew as they gave away games they should have won.
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Man stabbed in brawl in downtown Montreal
A fight broke out at the corner of de Maisonneuve Blvd. and St-Mathieu St. just before 4 p.m. Friday.
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Vaughn Palmer: Despite political baggage, Kevin Falcon as B.C. Liberal leader would be a relentless foe for the NDP
Opinion: NDP has gone on the attack against Kevin Falcon who is not yet officially a candidate
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Vernon, B.C., man guilty on multiple sexual assault charges
The crimes took place between 1999 and 2003, when Klair was aged 19 to 23.
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#ICYMI: French language bill, federal election prediction, other news
There is always a little extra time to catch up on the news.
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How to protect your information from ransomware attacks
After last week’s ransomware attack on the U.S. Colonial Pipeline, a cybersecurity expert shares different ways Canadians can protect themselves from ransomware attacks and cyber hygiene techniques to secure their information.
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Sharing your password? Streaming services like Netflix, Amazon want you to stop
The giants of streaming media are hoping to discourage the common practice of sharing account passwords without alienating subscribers who've grown accustomed to the hack.
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If COVID-19 cases are falling in Ontario, why are so many tests still coming back positive?
How can Ontarians be sure the falling daily case average is truly good news, when the province is both doing far fewer tests, and still seeing an alarmingly high number of positives?
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COVID-19: B.C. pushes vaccine registration as only 260,000 are signed up who haven't had jab
Expert says B.C. needs to vaccinate more than a million more people to safely loosen restrictions
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Lorne Rubenstein: The Ontario golf buddies I know fear the pandemic just like everyone else, and would follow any protocols to play
Ontario golfers are being treated like wayward children who don’t know what’s good for them. But in my experience from last year — and things are better this season because people are getting vaccinated — they know exactly what’s good for them, or would be good for them, were it not banned. Golf, that is, Lorne Rubenstein writes.
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Interior Health deems algae bloom on Wood Lake a low health risk to public
Interior Health says while the bloom contains blue-green algae, testing indicates the risk to the public remains low.
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Calgary health researcher urges more awareness of VITT after 63-year-old man hospitalized
A Calgary researcher says doctors need to be keenly aware of the risks and signs of the rare side effects linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine, which can happen to anyone regardless of age or sex.
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Bike program provides ‘fun break’ for young Calgarians during pandemic
A Calgary non-profit agency switched gears to offer a program bringing bikes into the homes of families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Man in hospital following afternoon stabbing in downtown Montreal
The victim was rushed to hospital after being stabbed with a sharp object in the upper body during an altercation between two groups, according to Montreal police.
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Council tasked with final approval of CIP recommendations as week-long deliberations conclude
The recommendations made this week will require final approval at the May 18 meeting of city council.
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B.C.'s Lower Mainland gang war erupts with another public shooting
Police and politicians tried again Friday to allay public fears after the latest fatal shooting, this time of a Brothers Keepers gangster suspected of being linked to Sunday’s gang murder at Vancouver airport. Jaskeert Kalkat, 23, was gunned down about 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot of Burnaby’s Market Crossing mall at Marine Way […]
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Quebec invests additional $13.2 million to fight conjugal violence
The money will be put into two different projects: subsidizing second stage housing and the creation of intervention units across the province.
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Business community concerned about Quebec’s language reform bill
Small business owners and associations representing Quebec's largest employers all have concerns about the government's newly proposed language law.
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Waterton park ready for summer visitors: ‘We’re expecting a big turnout’
Some local business owners think this summer will be even busier than 2020.
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Moe says Saskatchewan won’t slow spring reopening plans despite federal cautioning
'First of all, I think it has no bearing on what happens in Saskatchewan,' Premier Moe said of a PHAC statement issued Friday about loosening COVID-19 restrictions.
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Damien Cox: The expectation for the Montreal Canadiens is simple: Don’t lose in English
The Canadiens iced a lineup without a francophone for the first time in the 112-year history of the club and, with the team struggling before the playoffs, it became an issue.
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Business owner applies twice for Ontario COVID-19 grant with no response, $40K approved after Global News call
The head of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business said "thousands" of companies are in a similar position as an Oshawa business owner who called Global News.
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Calian advancing technology in Saskatchewan
Cilian's Advanced Technology division, based in Saskatoon, has consistently grown throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and looks to continue that trend.
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Maj-Gen. Dany Fortin leaves vaccine rollout post pending military investigation
The military officer in charge of Canada’s vaccine rollout has left his assignment with the Public Health Agency of Canada.
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Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin no longer leading vaccine campaign pending military investigation
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin has left his role with the Public Health Agency of Canada as the military general in charge of the logistics of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout and is now the subject of a military investigation.
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AHS gets restraining order against Calgary mayoral candidate who threatened health-care workers
Kevin J. Johnston, a far-right social media personality and COVID denier, targeted AHS workers in a series of online video streams.
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Is a small B.C. city’s ‘renoviction’ bylaw coming to Toronto?
New Westminster’s bylaw eliminated the practice of landlords evicting people under the guise of making renovations only to rent their units out for far more money.
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Litter in Lethbridge: College project dives into impact of garbage in community
From plastic bags to coffee cups and plenty of cigarette butts, litter isn't an uncommon sight on the streets of Lethbridge.
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Military head of Canada’s vaccine rollout steps aside amid investigation
The Canadian military is facing a reckoning amid multiple investigations into high-level leaders following reports into the military's handling of misconduct cases.
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Auston Matthews, Connor McDavid, Kirill Kaprizov — fasten your seatbelts. The road to the Stanley Cup starts here
On the eve of the second playoffs of the pandemic, hockey and the world are in a very different place than one year ago. From Auston Matthews to Sidney Crosby to Zdeno Chara vs. the Bruins, this post-season (including a few back-to-backs) is packed with promise.
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CF Montréal will have to overcome large, boisterous crowd in Atlanta
"I'm definitely looking forward to being in that type of environment," midfielder Amar Sejdic says about expecting 40,000 fans to turn out.
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COVID-19: B.C. reports 494 new cases of COVID-19 as vaccination rollout accelerates
Health officials say that it’s clear vaccines are working, and more people registering will help protect the wider community.
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