Russia is planning military offensive against Ukraine: U.S. intelligence
U.S. intelligence officials have determined that a possible military offensive could begin as soon as early 2022 and would include an estimated 175,000 personnel.
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A look at the NHL’s surprises, disappointments so far after a quarter of season has been played
The Canadian Press takes a look at some of the highlights -- and low lights -- from the first two months of the NHL schedule, and some of the things to watch for going forward.
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Guns, drugs, bullets, body armour: Two arrested in Langley
The duo was arrested at a home in the 20400-block of 78th Avenue after fleeing from police.
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Quebec presents plan to fight sexual exploitation of minors
Quebec's Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault says she wants the message in Quebec to be "on est closed for that kind of business, t'sais."
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Central Okanagan single-family homes cost nearly $1 million: Association of Interior Realtors
Low real estate inventory, among other factors, has led to a near-$1 million price tag for single-family homes in the Central Okanagan.
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Community rallies around CF Montreal coach with brain cancer: ‘We have to win this game’
Longtime soccer player and coach Jason Di Tullio is battling an aggressive form of brain cancer, but is encouraged by the support he's getting from family and friends.
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Free concert: Coastal First Nations Great Bear Initiative presents new Indigenous music festival online
An exciting new Indigenous music festival aims to grow awareness of First Nations environmental stewardship of salmon and more.
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'No easy solutions' to cross-border flooding that has devastated both B.C. and Washington State
On a cool, damp evening, at a recent community meeting at a high school gym in northwest Washington, area residents voiced anger over inaction they believed had led to disastrous flooding. And they wanted to know from public officials what was going to be done to make sure it didn’t happen again. Residents pointed to […]
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Province not doing enough to address shortage of 911, ambulance dispatchers: critics
"Although we welcome these changes, the hiring increase is not going to increase the shortage of dispatching staff. Most of the positions are basically filling vacancies, only 30 of them are new jobs." — Troy Clifford, president of the Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia
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B.C.'s economic recovery expected to continue, despite floods and fires
Gov't needs to pay attention to the need to spread that recovery more evenly, experts advised Finance Minister Selina Robinson.
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Manitoba ranchers raise $40K in 15 minutes for girl’s CancerCare fundraiser
A young Manitoba girl was able to raise tens of thousands of dollars for CancerCare Friday afternoon, thanks to some help from some generous ranchers and a local auction house.
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Lawyers, advocates look to Prince George decision as CRAB Park encampment goes to court
“I think it's the same fight with different clothes on.” — Melanie Begalka, a lawyer who represented encampment residents in the Moccasin Flats case.
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Province not doing enough to address shortage of 911 operators, critics
"Although we welcome these changes, the hiring increase is not going to increase the shortage of dispatching staff. Most of the positions are basically filling vacancies, only 30 of them are new jobs." — Troy Clifford, president of the Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia
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Food Bank Friday: Vernon, B.C. Salvation Army Food Bank meets growing need
"The more monetary donations that we can get this time of year the better."
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Central Okanagan unemployment rate sixth lowest in Canada
The high cost of living in the Okanagan is making it hard to attract people to minimum wage jobs, according to local business owners.
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Need for Christmas donations greater than before, say Salvation Army, Central Okanagan Food Bank
The Salvation Army in Kelowna, West Kelowna and Kamloops have joined forces to brighten what will be a tough holiday season for many.
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North York school dismissal recommended due to COVID-19 investigation
The Eitz Chaim — Viewmount Branch is recommended to temporarily dismiss students starting Dec. 6
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Scientists find coastal marine species living among trash in open ocean
Marine creatures and plants typically found in coastal regions have found new ways to survive in the open ocean by colonizing plastic pollution, scientists say.
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Senator who challenged O’Toole’s leadership excluded from Senate committees
Until now, Denise Batters has been a prominent presence on various Senate committees, particularly the legal and constitutional affairs committee.
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Lethbridge coach posthumously honoured with Logan Boulet Award
What’s been dubbed the “Logan Boulet Effect” is a phenomenon that has been felt across the country. But what about the man who inspired Boulet to become an organ donor?
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Canadiens' Jeff Petry sidelined with upper-body injury
With Josh Anderson also injured Habs have called up forward Laurent Dauphin and defenceman Corey Schueneman from the AHL's Laval Rocket.
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Snowfall warnings issued for sections of Highway 3 in B.C. Interior
Environment Canada says 15-20 cm of snow will fall between Friday night and Saturday afternoon in the Similkameen, Boundary, West Kootenay and Kootenay Lake regions.
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COVID-19: HPE health unit warns of possible exposure at The Duke Pub in Belleville, Ont.
The HPE health unit is in the process of investigating a case of COVID-19 that was present at the pub on Nov. 28 and Nov. 30.
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COVID-19: Omicron variant detected among 3 Toronto residents
Toronto Public Health said each resident has a travel history, with two having recently returned from Nigeria and one from Switzerland.
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Streaking Leafs play down injury scares from Morgan Rielly and Mitch Marner
Morgan Rielly missed practice, and Mitch Marner left early after a hard hit from Jake Muzzin. Coach Sheldon Keefe was quick to calm any concerns.
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Drag's dynamic duo heading to Vancouver
Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova expand their North American tour.
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Saskatchewan real estate market conditions making it hard for buyers: realtors
'The really good houses, you pretty much have to (see) the exact same day as (they’re) listed, and even then you probably are going to get into a bidding war.'
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Prix de la Danse de Montréal honours Indigenous dancer, choreographer
Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo was recognized for her far-reaching work as a practitioner and educator of Indigenous forms of dance and culture.
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Iqaluit frustrated still unable to drink tap water after nearly 2 months
On Oct. 12, the city declared a state of emergency when fuel was found in the water supply. Residents had complained the water coming out of their taps smelled like fuel.
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Sentencing hearing date set in major cocaine importing case
Gurminder and Kirandeep Toor's sentencing hearing has been scheduled for the new year, after the Crown cross examined Kirandeep's doctor.
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South Coast snow this weekend: Here’s what you need to know
Areas from Maple Ridge south to Abbotsford and east through the Fraser Valley will see the majority of the snow with anywhere from five to 15 centimeters possible.
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Joe Biden is ready to destroy Canada’s auto jobs. This U.S. senator can stop him
You may have heard this year that Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia is the most powerful man in Washington. What you might not have heard is that right now, that also makes him the last, best hope to save Canada’s auto industry, Edward Keenan writes.
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Real estate broker sues money-laundering watchdog over $255,000 penalty
A B.C. real estate broker has filed a legal challenge against Canada's money-laundering watchdog after being fined more than $250,000.
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Santa arrives by helicopter to visit young patients at Kingston General Hospital
Sick children at Kingston General Hospital got a special visitor on Friday with the help of the Royal Canadian Air Force at CFB Kingston.
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