Panel to address violence in relationships

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Photo of Jeep believed to be involved in fatal crash released by Saskatoon police
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle believed to have been involved in a fatal collision last week in Saskatoon.
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Leylah Fernandez honoured for Billie Jean King Cup heroics
The award is for players who have represented their country with distinction, demonstrated exceptional courage on the court and shown outstanding commitment to their team.
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Waterloo Regional Police arrest 4 people, seize 5 vehicles after Kitchener car rally
Waterloo Regional Police say they have laid 26 charges, arrested four people, and impounded five cars in connection to a car rally which was held in Kitchener over the weekend.
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Cambridge, Ont., man facing more than a dozen new charges in child pornography investigation
Waterloo Regional Police say a Cambridge man is now facing more than a dozen charges in connection to a child pornography investigation.
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Victoria Day 2021: 75 Beer Stores across Ontario to open Monday, LCBO stores closed
While there are limited options on what you are allowed to do on Victoria Day in Ontario, you will still be able to buy a few wobbly pops at the Beer Store.
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COVID-19: 9 new cases in Peterborough area; second workplace outbreak in Peterborough County
On Sunday, the health unit reported the 18th death due to COVID-19 since the pandemic was declared in March 2020.
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Kingston man faces weapons, drugs, assault charges following weekend arrest
A Kingston man was arrested Sunday for alleged possession of drugs, weapons and for reportedly assaulting a police officer during an arrest.
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Vancouver police apologize for handcuffing retired Black B.C. judge
Selwyn Romilly said he doesn’t intend to file a complaint, but said the incident has made clear that officers still need better training.
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COVID-19: 141 new cases, 2 additional deaths confirmed in Simcoe Muskoka over weekend
Meanwhile, 39.8 per cent of the region’s population has received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 3.7 per cent has received both necessary doses.
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Montreal woman, 74, in critical condition after being struck by garbage truck
The garbage truck was heading south on Honoré-Beaurgrand and attempted a right-hand turn onto Souligny when the pedestrian, who was crossing Souligny, was struck. 
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Ontario’s personal care sector demands fair treatment from provincial government
Small businesses across the board are struggling, some more than others and that includes those in the personal care industry.
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Riverfest Elora cancelled for 2nd straight year because of COVID-19
Organizers of the annual music festival in Bissell Park announced on Monday that the 12th instalment will be pushed back again to August 2022.
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Identity of woman in hospital since March 25 remains a mystery: Hamilton police
Police say they found the woman in the area of Highway 5 and Moxley Road in Flamborough on the evening of March 25.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan government lifts travel advisory for Regina and area
The Saskatchewan government said Monday that that is lifting the travel advisory for Regina and area effective immediately.
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Canadian man sentenced to 32 months in U.S. human smuggling case
Canadian Srikajamukam Chelliah was sentenced to 32 months in prison in Florida for his role in a human smuggling operation.
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Montreal's Wide the Brand creating a home for plus-size men's fashion
"Everything we do around our brand and lifestyle is there to enhance the wide man's physique, not hide it," says the company's co-founder and creative director.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan reports 2 new deaths, active cases back below 2K
There are 178 new COVID-19 infections in Saskatchewan as of Monday, according to health officials.
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Pokemon card sales spiked amid COVID-19. Now, stores are taking them off the shelves
The value of Pokemon cards has also soared online, with one rare Pikachu illustrator card selling on Ebay for more than $3.6 million.
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Analysis of Saskatoon’s wastewater points to decline in COVID-19 cases
Numbers released Monday by the University of Saskatchewan team said there was a 31 per cent decrease in the viral RNA load in the Saskatoon’s wastewater.
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Fred Sasakamoose, Indigenous NHL trailblazer, details his life in a new memoir
The first treaty Indigenous player in the NHL, Fred Sasakamoose, will tell his story in his own words in a posthumous memoir released this week.
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Hamilton reports 91 new COVID-19 cases, public health updates city’s vaccination campaigns
A board of health session on Monday addressed vaccinations in hot spots and at apartment complex in a massive outbreak.
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HockeyFest starts June 25 in London, Ont., Rock the Park postponed to 2022
Jones Entertainment Group announced Monday morning that HockeyFest is aiming to open on June 25 with a weekend in London, before travelling to several other cities.
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RCMP move to end blockade against logging of forest on Vancouver Island
The RCMP say enough police officers are in the area to keep the peace.
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Survey shows Saskatchewan leading the country in COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
Saskatchewan has the highest rate of hesitancy in Canada when it comes to whether or not to get the COVID-19 vaccine, shown in a recent survey from Agnus Reid.
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House committee hears clashing expert opinions on Bill C-10
Taking a pause from their clause-by-clause review of Bill C-10, the House of Commons' heritage committee heard from experts on Monday who both strongly oppose and defend the contents of the legislation.
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Vancouver Police chief apologized to wrongfully detained retired judge
"I know this would have been an unsettling, even traumatic, experience for anybody to go through," said VPD Chief Const. Adam Palmer.
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Thousands vaccinated in Waterloo Region over weekend but area still trails province
More than 11,000 COVID-19 vaccinations have occurred over the past three days in the area, according to Waterloo Region’s vaccine distribution task force.
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Bullets strike Whalley home that has also been targeted in previous shootings: police
Surrey RCMP officers are investigating after bullets were fired at a house in Whalley early Sunday morning. No one was injured in the incident.
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Have your say: Who was your favourite player on the 1978-79 Maple Leafs team?
Toronto is playing the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL playoffs for the first time in 42 years, sparking fond memories of the team captained by Darryl Sittler.
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N.B. judge reserves decision on rights group’s challenge to province’s abortion law
The New Brunswick government subsidizes abortions at two hospitals in Moncton and one in Bathurst, but it won't cover the cost of the procedure at a private clinic.
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COVID-19: 50% of Kingston-region adults have received their first vaccine
According to the local health unit, more than 110,000 doses have been administered so far.
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Gregor Chisholm: ‘It’s been kind of weird out there.’ Why the Blue Jays can’t wait to play anywhere but Dunedin
There are seven games remaining in the Sunshine State before the Jays pack their bags, eventually destined for Buffalo and not scheduled for a return to TD Ballpark until next spring. Few tears will be shed on their way out the door, Gregor Chisholm writes.
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COVID-19: British Columbia health officials to give Monday update
The news conference at 3 p.m. will be carried live on BC1, on our website, the Global BC Facebook page and CKNW.
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Alberta’s conservatives would rather attack each other than the pandemic
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney managed to merge the socially conservative Wildrose Party and the more liberally minded Progressive Conservatives into the UCP so they could defeat Rachel Notley’s NDP. But Wildrose types are not keen on following a leader whoever it might be. And they definitely don’t want to follow a leader who is as low in the public opinion polls as Kenney.
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Medical experts calling on Ontario to rethink when and how 2nd COVID-19 vaccine doses are given
Starting in March, many seniors who received a first dose were caught with cancelled second shot appointments and re-booked for 16 weeks later.
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B.C. Liberal leadership race amps up as two contenders enter field
Liberal MLA Michael Lee and former Liberal cabinet minister Kevin Falcon are set to announce their leadership bids
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Manitoba boosts Klinic funding for mobile withdrawal services
Klinic Community Health Centre has received support to the tune of $428,000 for its counselling and mobile withdrawal services.
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