Pair charged with attempted murder in downtown Montreal shooting

One of the two victims has several cases pending at Quebec courthouses and was the subject of recent bench warrants.
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Families of plane crash victims want the Canadian government to get tougher on Iran
Iranian-Canadians gathered on Parliament Hill Tuesday to mark 1,000 days of mourning their relatives, and they made clear their displeasure at the federal government's actions.
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Hamilton police defend actions during encounter with man suffering epileptic seizure in Hamilton
Officers deployed a taser-like weapon during an incident with a 27-year-old in medical distress at a central Hamilton parking lot on Sunday.
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Toronto Blue Jays set to face Mariners in wild-card round of post-season
The Toronto Blue Jays' first foe in the playoffs is now official.
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Toronto collision sends 2 to trauma centre on Tuesday evening
Toronto police said they were called to the area of Weston and Albion roads at around 8:23 p.m. for reports of a collision.
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North Vancouver’s top cop on personal leave amid misconduct investigation
Supt. William Lee, who was appointed to the position just a year ago, is no longer in command at the detachment, and his future appears uncertain.
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Blue Jays will face Mariners in playoffs
The Toronto Blue Jays' first foe in the playoffs is now official.
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NewsAlert: Jays to host Seattle Mariners
The Seattle Mariners will be heading to Toronto to face the Blue Jays on Friday in the first game of the best-of-three wild-card playoff series. The Mariners defeated the Detroit Tigers 7-6 in 10 innings tonight, then the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-0 in a game called after five innings because of rain.
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Canadiens lose sixth straight preseason game with 5-4 loss to Senators
Montreal's penalty kill has allowed six goals over the past three games.
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Longueuil to proceed with reduction of deer herd
Quebec Superior Court on Tuesday rejected a call to stop Longueuil from culling the deer herd in Michel-Chartrand Park.
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Vernon, B.C.’s current aquatic centre is aging, over capacity: city
Built-in the 1960s, and extensively renovated in the 1990s, the city says the current pool facilities are becoming more expensive and time-consuming to maintain.
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City of Calgary integrity commissioner sees significant jump in councillor complaints
The report showed 228 complaints against Calgary city councillors between May 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022; the most the office has received since its creation in 2016. 
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Sechelt, B.C. residents strained by Sunshine Coast drought restrictions
Under Stage 4 restrictions, farmers who pay a metered rate for water receive a two-week exemption to water their crops. That exemption has now expired. 
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Gregor Chisholm: The stretch-run Blue Jays were the team we expected all along
Toronto has gone 21-10 down the stretch and is 22 games above .500 for the first time in seven years.
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Vancouver election: Stewart releases platform, Hardwick pledges Olympic vote
Calling his platform "bold and ambitious," Stewart put forward a package of promises with building housing front and centre.
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Public safety minister defends Canada's proposed firearms legislation, says it's needed to end gun violence
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino told a House of Commons committee Tuesday that Bill C-21, the proposed legislation to further restrict access to handguns in Canada, is critical to ending gun violence.
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Greg D’Avignon and Denise Mullen: Ports along the West Coast are expanding their LNG fuelling infrastructure
Opinion: With the Tilbury Marine Jetty and the expansion of the Tilbury LNG facility, B.C. could also offer services to the new generation of LNG-powered vessels.
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Home builder refuses to comment on alleged shoddy work, misleading documents
Two families say they have been put in a difficult situation after purchasing a new home, with virtually no answers from the builder.
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NHL players reflect on another wild summer of goalie musical chairs
The NHL's goalie carousel spun again this summer with a number of teams flipping, switching and altering their look at the game's most crucial position.
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With COVID-19 on the rise, should you be wearing a mask again? Here's what experts say
Cases of COVID-19 are increasing across the country again as fall progresses and winter approaches. But this respiratory pathogen season is different than last year's, experts say, so the public's approach should be different as well.
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More sports upgrades planned for Mission Recreation Park in Kelowna, B.C.
Two more ice sheets, two more softball fields, a youth park and an activity centre are slated to be built between next year and 2025.
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Three First Nations have filed for legal action against Ontario over boreal forests
A spokesperson for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney general told the Star that the provincial government would not comment on the claim.
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‘Devastating’: N.W.T. health minister vows to address decade-high suicide rate
N.W.T. chief coroner Garth Eggenberger released the numbers on suicides in 2021 and 2022 ahead of his annual report, due to the high number of suicides reported so far this year.
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers re-acquire Alden Darby in trade
The Bombers made a two-player trade with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on the eve of the CFL trade deadline.
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Calgary artist creates ‘Pumpkinfinity’ Halloween attraction: ‘Tons of great Instagrammable moments’
The exhibit features 350 spray-painted pumpkins that have been "strategically placed mirrors around our pumpkin hut so it looks like it goes on forever."
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Canadian primary forests cut to fuel 'sustainable' U.K. power plant: BBC
Wood from primary forests in British Columbia has been used to fuel the U.K.'s largest power plant, according to a BBC investigation; the company denies the allegations.
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François Legault tells the opposition parties the time for fighting is over
One day since winning the largest majority government in Quebec since 1989, François Legault, the premier-elect, wants to make peace with his opponents in the legislature. It is unclear what their response will be.
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Calgary driver on hook after sign falls off burger joint onto her car
The insurance provider said that when the wind blows a sign down, the person who owns the sign can only be held responsible for the damage if they had been negligent.
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B.C. government to allow licensed pot growers to sell at their farms
The "producer retail store" licence comes into effect on Nov. 30. 2022
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Air quality advisory in effect for eastern Fraser Valley due to wildfire smoke
The main causes of the high concentrations of particulate matter are fires near Chilliwack Lake, Hope and in Washington state
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RCMP say lifeguard charged after man drowns at northern Alberta pool
Alberta RCMP have charged a lifeguard with criminal negligence causing death after a drowning at a public swimming pool.
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Myrtle spurge: Invasive plant leaves B.C. children burned
The Invasive Species Council of B.C. is asking the public to report sightings of a 'highly toxic' plant that can leave people's skin blistered and burned – something one family recently learned the hard way.
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