Some patients in Regina and Saskatoon could be transferred to rural hospitals
Hospitals in Regina and Saskatoon are at capacity and if it continues to go this way for the next while, possible patient transfers to rural hospitals could be expected.
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Bronze plates stolen from Kelowna cemetery, police investigating
‘This theft shows a clear lack of respect to the family of the deceased and I am disheartened to share such a (media) release with the public.’
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January 29 – Furnace Family
Furnace Family will be on Talk To The Experts this weekend!
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Patient dies while waiting for care at Red Deer hospital emergency department
Alberta Health Services said the patient had been triaged but was waiting for further care when they died Sunday in the emergency department at the Red Deer Regional Hospital.
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Okanagan Okie: Yellow-bellied marmot is B.C.’s answer to Groundhog Day
This week, the Allan Brooks Nature Centre in Vernon announced that it was bringing the classic Groundhog Day celebration to B.C. and the Okanagan.
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Water taxi with six on board hits rocks near Tofino; four suffer injuries
Navy Lt. Pamela Hogan, a public affairs officer, says the coast guard vessel Cape Ann responded to a report of a 7.6-metre vessel aground about 14 kilometres north of Tofino.
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CF Montréal goalkeeper Pantemis eager to reclaim starting job
"The (starting) position will be given to whomever has the best pre-season," Kirkland native says.
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Police seeking to identify suspect in connection with sexual assault in Richmond Hill
Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with a sexual assault at a mall in Richmond Hill.
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British Columbia developing plan to protect drinking water, ecosystems
B.C. is recovering from severe flooding and landslides last fall, which followed a summer of sweltering heat, drought and destructive wildfires.
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Public safety minister calls for removal of Hillier 'hate' tweet about Alghabra
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino is calling on Twitter to remove a tweet from an Ontario politician who labelled federal Transport Minister Omar Alghabra a 'terrorist.'
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Brownstein: Montreal restaurateurs wary, but hopeful, after reopening edict
"There’s always that fear we could well be shut down again. It still feels unstable and precarious at this point,” Helen Karagiannakis says.
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COVID-19 cancels Kelowna, B.C. ringette tournament for second year in a row
"It's an event that's been run for over 30 years here in the Kelowna community and so for our athletes this is such a big deal," said Tessa Russell.
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Advocates for homeless in Hamilton critical of move to board up heating vents behind city hall
Homeless advocates in Hamilton are concerned about a decision to board up the heating vents behind city hall, where some Hamiltonians have been seeking refuge from the cold.
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Public health officials looking for unidentified dog and owner following rabies exposure
Toronto Public Health says the owner and dog came into contact with the now-confirmed rabid dog on Jan. 12.
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COVID-19: B.C. sees jump in ICU numbers as 15 new admissions recorded in 24 hours
One person has died from complications due to COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing that total to 2,554 since the pandemic began.
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No injuries in Langley, B.C. shooting, police warn road closures are in effect
Callers reported seeing several vehicles flee the 7800 block of 204B Avenue. One person has confirmed to police that he was not injured.
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‘She does not deserve this’: Regina mother appeals for missing daughter’s safe return
Mariecar Jackson and her lawyer maintain Michael Jackson's supposed anti-vax motives are merely another excuse to continue what has become a pattern of ignoring court orders.
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Comments on popular Quebec talk show denounced as anti-Semitic
Comments from a Jonquière pastry shop owner on a popular Quebec talk show have raised the ire of an organization that denounces anti-Semitism.
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McTavish, Power among young stars named to Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team
Canada is turning to a mix of youthful exuberance and battle-scarred experience in its quest for Olympic men's hockey gold minus the country's NHL stars.
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Is Canada fighting a trade war against its own potato farmers?
Prince Edward Island potato farmers are warning Americans trouble is coming. Privately they’re placing some of the blame for the potato disaster on Ottawa.
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Man arrested in connection with fatal accident in Toronto: police
According to police, 22-year-old Demar Kerr from Toronto surrendered to officers on Tuesday.
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Canadian detained in connection with deadly shooting at Mexico resort
Global Affairs Canada says it is aware of the detention of a Canadian citizen in connection with the shooting at the Hotel Xcaret resort that killed two Canadians.
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Quebec government announces new funds help treat mental health issues
The Quebec government is investing more than $1 billion during the next five years to deal with mental health issues; $361 million is new funding.
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Man arrested in fatal Boxing Day collision investigation
The 22-year-old Toronto man surrendered to police on Tuesday.
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Picard re-elected as chief of Assembly of First Nations Quebec Labrador for 11th term
In an election Tuesday, Picard captured 74 per cent of the votes, beating out former Kanesatake Mohawk grand chief Serge Simon and winning a new three-year term.
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COVID-19: B.C. daycare expels five-year-old child after father questions isolation protocol
Dillon Wiebe says the Nanaimo daycare terminated his contract after he questioned why the company's self-isolation rules for close contacts did not match up with the province's new protocols
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Man charged with arson, theft, mischief after dumpster set ablaze: Winnipeg police
Winnipeg police say the man took a jerrycan of gasoline from the back of a parked pickup truck on King Street at approximately 10:30 p.m.
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‘It’s discriminatory’: Students of Ontario school for the blind urge province to end virtual learning
"Everyone else is allowed to go back to school right now, I feel like it's discriminatory," said student Meghan Myers.
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We won’t support a minority government led by Doug Ford, Ontario’s opposition leaders say
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca, and Green Leader Mike Schreiner say they won’t prop up a PC minority government.
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Protesting truckers don’t want their vaccines? Let’s give them to people who do
The freedom convoy raises a question familiar to anyone who’s been dealing with vaccine hesitancy: When do you decide there’s simply no point negotiating any more on this issue? Susan Delacourt writes.
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Quebec must focus more on reducing and reusing than recycling, BAPE says
Taxes or bans on single-use containers should be considered, the environmental watchdog concludes in a report.
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Canada’s World Cup Qualifier against U.S. at Tim Hortons Field sells out for second time
This week's resale was limited to just the initial 24,000 ticket holders that bought in mid-December's sellout prior to new provincial measures.
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The rest is history for Jason Spezza and the Leafs. The schedule is heating up, and crowds can’t return soon enough
Like the rest of us, the Leafs will be glad when they’ve seen the last of empty NHL arenas with crowd restrictions still in effect at Scotiabank Arena.
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RCMP investigate weekend armed robbery in Cupar, Sask.
Police say the suspect is described as about six feet tall with a stocky build. He was wearing a blue hooded sweater, blue jeans and black shoes.
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Man faces assault charge after Vancouver library bathroom robbery
According to Vancouver police, the suspect allegedly kicked open a stall door in the lower-level washroom last Friday, and stole a laptop from the 74-year-old patron inside. 
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