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Trump clashes with Republican National Committee over use of his name in fundraising
The Republican National Committee is defending its right to use former president Donald Trump's name in fundraising appeals after he demanded they put an end to the practice.
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Homeless tent quickly cleared from sidewalk in front of Vancouver mayor’s apartment
The City said its staff was told the campers had been paid to set up in that location, a claim the campers deny.
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#ICYMI: Royal bubble, city budget, Mile End bookstore, more
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Canada getting first female vice chief of defence staff after military shake-up
According to an internal military notice of promotions, Lt.-Gen. Mike Rouleau will no longer hold the position and Lt.-Gen. Frances J. Allen will take over the role in his place.
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The Pascal puzzle and four other questions for the Raptors’ second half
Can Anunoby and Powell produce at the same pace? Will anybody on the bench step up?
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Racing roundup: Aston Martin is taking over Formula One
Kyle Larson will be unbeatable in NASCAR this year; Latifi has a plan for Year Two and all the rest of the news.
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Woman charged in Milden, Sask., manslaughter appears in court
A 42-year-old woman charged in the death of a Milden, Sask. man appeared briefly via video in Saskatoon provincial court on Monday.
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Surrey RCMP respond to calls as spider in vehicle causes a 'scramble'
The RCMP say they received the calls Saturday afternoon about a woman travelling in an SUV who had opened the door while it was moving
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Charges stayed in workplace death after Alberta village dissolves
A Saskatchewan family is left devastated once again because charges have been stayed in connection with their daughter's workplace death in Alberta.
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Liveblog: Canadiens are in Vancouver, set to meet Canucks
Montreal hopes to win back-to-back games for the first time in over a month
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Choose to Challenge: Okanagan women celebrate International Women’s Day amid pandemic
"We know when women are working in diverse career paths, girls are far more likely to consider pursuing those career paths."
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‘I killed Esa:’ Suspect admits to fatal stabbing in RCMP interrogation video
In an RCMP interrogation video shown to a Kelowna courtroom on Monday, Noah Vaten admits to killing Esa Carriere on Canada Day in 2018 but says he doesn’t remember it.
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B.C.’s top doctor hints at gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictions in coming weeks
Dr. Bonnie Henry said any changes to COVID-19 rules would be gradual, akin to "slowly turning up the dial rather than flipping a switch."
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COVID-19: Henry promises more family visits to long-term care residents by end of this month
"We are working on those guidelines and I have committed, by the end of this month, we will have new guidance — even before that if we can — that will allow for increased visits with our loved ones in long-term care.”
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Letters, March 9, 2021: Church leaders devising innovative ways to connect with their communities
Letters to the editor: 'We best honour and serve our God not by demanding our rights, but by doing our best to care for others,' writes Bruce Metzler
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Will Edmonton festivals return this summer?
As more vaccines roll out, some are hopeful festivals, concerts and other large events could resume as early as this summer.
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Cowan: Canadiens' Joel Edmundson leading the NHL in plus/minus
Since the NHL first started keeping the stat for the 1967-68 season, only five Canadiens players have ever finished a season ranked first.
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Coronavirus: British Columbia Hockey League still awaiting word on return to play proposal
"I know our governors are working hard to find a resolution that works with the health authority," said Chris Laurie, president of the West Kelowna Warriors.
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Lethbridge women reflect on significance of International Women’s Day
You don't have to look far to find inspirational women in Lethbridge.
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Concerns grow over future of addictions treatment services in Penticton
The heartbroken mother sought out help at Pathways herself, attending a grief counselling program for parents of children who have died of overdose or suicide.
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Quebec to go against advice from national vaccine panel and give AstraZeneca to 65+
Its use will also be favoured for patients where mobile vaccination is an optimal strategy to reach them, Quebec's public health department said.
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International Women's Day: Can COVID-19 bring sea change to private sector, public policy?
The pandemic has exposed the stark inequities for women in the workforce. International Women's Day takes on particular meaning this year as many advocates hope COVID-19 will bring meaningful and lasting changes to the private sector and in public policy.
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Large underground party broken up by police in southeast Edmonton
Police estimate about 200 people took part in an illegal party in southeast Edmonton early Sunday.
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Raptors 905 flex offensive muscle to advance to G League semifinals
Mutombo, Donaldson, Bennett have given players a consistent message in building a playoff favourite.
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Quebec to go against advice from national vaccine panel and give AstraZeneca to 65+
Quebec said Monday it will administer the newly approved Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to seniors, despite Canada's national vaccine expert panel recommending against its use for people over the age of 65.
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Lethbridge MLA discusses ‘deeply concerning’ information about police revealed in FOIP request
Lethbridge-West MLA Shannon Phillips completed a freedom of information request on herself and Lethbridge police last year.
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