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Dynacare says to expect longer hours, estimated wait times at new Manitoba coronavirus test sites
This week, the province announced it has contracted Dynacare to open and operate several new testing sites across the province.
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Prairie landowners on the hook for rail crossing upgrades ask for extension, consultation
Landowners across the prairies are asking the federal government to extend a deadline for mandated upgrades to grade rail crossings near their land.
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Rick Zamperin’s Week 3 NFL picks: Rams edge Bills, Ravens outduel Chiefs
The National Football League kicks off its Week 3 schedule on Thursday night in Jacksonville where the Jaguars host the Miami Dolphins.
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Montreal weather: Aside from that whole pandemic thing, it's a nice day
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B.C. Election: Liberals, NDP to cross paths in swing riding city of Maple Ridge
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Today’s coronavirus news: Parliament resumes Thursday with debate on throne speech; Ontario fall preparedness plan roll out continues; Israel tightens second lockdown as cases soar
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Some Toronto Airbnbs kept their doors open during pandemic shutdown, report says
Most hosts followed the rules, but a survey of reviews by the Fairbnb coalition shows a few were still operating between April and June.
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‘I believe I won at life.’ She recorded her own eulogy after a misinterpreted Pap test and a cancer diagnosis. And her fight for better screening will help Ontarians
Karla Van Kessel became an advocate for better cervical cancer screening, leading to change in Ontario that continues after her death.
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Japan’s new PM seeks to strengthen South Korea ties, unite against northern threat
Relations between the two U.S. allies have deteriorated sharply over the past year over war-time history and trade.
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Migrants blocked from Europe, returned to Libya in ‘vicious cycle of cruelty’: report
In its latest report, the group also said that rival authorities in eastern Libya forcibly expelled several thousand migrants ``without due process or the opportunity to challenge their deportation.''
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Israel tightens coronavirus lockdown as cases continue surge toward ‘edge of abyss’
Over the past week, the number of daily new cases has reached nearly 7,000 among a population of 9 million, severely straining the resources of some hospitals.
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Dismay over Breonna Taylor spills into America's streets
Anger, frustration and sadness over the decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for Breonna Taylor's death poured into America's streets as protesters lashed out at a criminal justice system they say is stacked against Black people. Violence seized the demonstrations in her hometown of Louisville as gunfire rang out and wounded two police officers.
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Beta brings heavy rain to several states as storm continues slow trek across south
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Kenney says feds’ throne speech ignores oil industry in crisis, doubles down ‘on policies that will kill jobs’
The policy objectives laid out in the federal government's throne speech virtually ignored a Canadian energy sector in crisis and will result in job losses, Alberta's premier said in a statement issued Wednesday night.
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‘This is just the beginning’ for Toronto ‘America’s Got Talent’ finalist
As the clock counted down to determine the five finalists, Roberta Battaglia made it to the Top Five.
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Sebastian Giovinco’s Al-Hilal bounced from Asian Champions League after 31 COVID-19 cases
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Alberta RCMP arrest 2nd person in Sturgeon Lake shooting; 2 suspects still at large
Police arrested Albert John Gladue on Sept. 18 on the attempted murder warrant and are still looking for Colin Aulden Bartlett and Tamara Marie Chowace.
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The Heat are one win away from the NBA Finals after Tyler Herro imitates Magic Johnson
Heat rookie Tyler Herro became just the second 20-year-old in NBA history to score at least 37 points in a playoff game. The other: Magic Johnson, who had 42 in Game 6 of the 1980 NBA Finals for the Lakers.
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Total of 70 beached whales rescued off Australia coast, but hundreds more lost
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Haldimand police services board urges OPP to enforce injunction at Caledonia development
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Steven Stamkos returns, Lightning beat Stars 5-2 in Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final
Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos returned -- very briefly -- from a seven-month injury layoff, and scored on his first shot on net as the Lightning beat the Dallas Stars 5-2 Wednesday in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final.
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Peel police seek public assistance in identifying sex assault suspect in Brampton
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North Korea fired at a South Korean government official, burned his body: Seoul
North Korea didn't immediately respond to the South Korean announcement.
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The Lightning are two wins away from the Stanley Cup after taking Game 3. The Stamkos effect was short but sweet
In his first game since late February, Tampa captain Steven Stamkos scored just 6:58 into the game, but didn’t play much after that — just five shifts and 2:47 of ice time. His status will be a storyline to watch heading into Friday’s Game 4.
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