Canada needs to sanction Putin’s oligarchs, Navalny’s chief of staff says
Leonid Volkov told members of a parliamentary committee that freezing the assets of Putin's friends would put pressure on the Russian president.
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Widow of murder victim calls for more action to end Metro Vancouver gang crime
Metro Vancouver has seen five shootings in the last week, three of them deadly. One attack claimed the life of a B.C. Corrections officer.
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Wizards beat Raptors in OT, Toronto playoff bid nearly over
Bradley Beal had 14 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Thursday night, and Russell Westbrook had his 34th triple-double of the season in the Washington Wizards' 131-129 win over Toronto that all but eliminated the Raptors from the NBA's play-in tournament.
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BC Liberals call on province to ensure ‘questions are asked’ of Albertans coming to B.C.
There is currently a ban for non-essential travel across large health regions in British Columbia, but no formal ban for non-essential travel across the provincial border.
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25 killed in police drug trafficking raid in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The civil police's press office confirmed the death of the cop and 24 alleged ``criminals'' in a message to the Associated Press.
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens’ playoff hopes hit snag with 5-2 loss to Maple Leafs
The Canadiens could have all but locked up a playoff spot, but they were without energy and got dumped by the Maple Leafs. Brian Wilde has more.
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COVID-19: Pre-emptive injunction granted against planned protest by Whistle Stop Café operator
Alberta Health Services was granted a pre-emptive injunction Thursday against the operator of an Alberta café who has repeatedly broken COVID-19 health restrictions.
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Ontario boaters question the rules surrounding boat launch closures
Local boaters say rules around boat launches continue to be confusing. Several around the province are open while Durham and the GTA are closed.
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Judge approves settlement in Herron class-action suit
The suit alleged “inhumane and degrading maltreatment” as a result of the residence’s failure to ensure continued and adequate care.
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Some Montreal teens say they're apprehensive about getting vaccinated
They have been wearing masks all day and told to avoid gatherings, yet several teens said Thursday they are not sure they want to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
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Ugly first period dooms Canadiens in 5-2 loss to Maple Leafs
The loss hurt Montreal's hopes of moving into 3rd place in the North Division and avoiding a first-round playoff matchup against Toronto.
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Can we create a universal vaccine for future coronaviruses? These Canadian scientists want to
Researchers in Saskatchewan, along with others around the globe, are working to create a universal vaccine that might be able to work against all future coronavirus-related viruses.
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Front-line medical workers call for vaccine prioritization as many remain with one dose
Emergency room doctors and nurses in Canada are growing increasingly frustrated that many of themhave yet to receive a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Wildfire flares up west of Edmonton near Tomahawk in Parkland County
The wildfire flared up Thursday afternoon near the hamlet of Tomahawk, south of Wabamun Lake in Parkland County.
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Auston Matthews scores his 40th in Maple Leafs’ win over Canadiens
Toronto has beaten Montreal in six of nine games this season.
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Highway 427 extension in Vaughan sits empty amid legal battle between province, consortium
Completed in September, the extension was meant to ease congestion on arterial roads in Vaughan. However, the highway is still off-limits due to a legal battle.
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Instagram experiencing 'global technical issue' of disappearing stories
Instagram is experiencing a global issue with users uploading and viewing stories following reports that stories were mysteriously disappearing from users’ feeds.
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‘Irreparable consequences’: First Nations group slams Ottawa for protecting Line 5 pipeline
The federal government is considering taking action under the 1977 Transit Pipelines Treaty with the U.S. that allows for the uninterrupted flow of energy between them.
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Matthews scores 40th, Leafs down Habs 5-2
Auston Matthews scored his league-leading 40th goal of the season as the Toronto Maple Leafs downed the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 on Thursday night.
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Reducing blue light on your phone isn't helping you sleep, study shows
Despite mounting research to show the negative effect smart devices have on our quality of sleep, a new study suggests that blue light reducing features like Apple's Night Shift mode don't actually improve user’s sleep at all.
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COVID-19 travel checkpoints now in place on 4 B.C. highways
Under B.C.'s travel restrictions, the province has been split into three zones: the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and the Interior/North. 
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New community policing centre opens in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown
The new centre aims to increase a street-level police presence in the neighbourhood that has been beset with crime along with a spike in anti-Asian racism.
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Maldives’ former president, Parliament Speaker injured in blast
Mohamed Nasheed was injured in a blast Thursday near his home and was being treated in a hospital, police said.
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The Star’s podcast ‘Hustled’ nets five nominations at Canadian Podcast Awards
The podcast is funded by The Atkinson Foundation and produced in association with Antica productions. It was among 500 submissions.
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‘You were crying for help’: B.C. mom’s anguish after daughter,12, died of suspected drug overdose
Shortly after they moved from Calgary, the mother said she tried to get her daughter into a drug rehab facility but was told there were none for children under the age of 14.
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Mayor, city manager say most Edmontonians still complying with COVID-19 rules
Edmonton's city manager says most citizens continue to comply with public health rules as Alberta's capital tries to get through a brutal third wave of COVID-19.
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Gazette health reporter Aaron Derfel wins top award for Herron coverage
“The award demonstrates how significant Aaron’s coverage of the pandemic has been,” said Lucinda Chodan, editor in chief of the Montreal Gazette.
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Toronto council votes to give tree maintenance contracts to firms called out by auditor general
“I don’t understand why we have to keep hiring these companies,” said Coun. John Filion.
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