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Stampeders sign offensive lineman Williams, defensive lineman Orimolade
The Calgary Stampeders have signed offensive lineman Ucambre Williams -- through the 2021 season -- and defensive lineman Folarin Orimolade.
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Guns, meth, counterfeit cash found in investigation of Winnipeg break-in suspect: police
On Wednesday, police raided a home in the Minto area, arresting a woman and seizing a large number of items including stolen credit cards, forged identity cards and counterfeit cash.
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Alectra confirms no data breach as originally reported by the City of Hamilton
Alectra says an investigation turned up no evidence of a data breach for water service customers.
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Public Health advises Ontarians to get vaccinated as flu season hits
Flu season is expected to fully get underway in Ontario next week — likely peaking in late January or early February — and so far it’s neither better nor worse than last year. “I think the main things we’re looking at is that we’re seeing really a mix of influenza types, which is a little […]
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Man pleads guilty to second-degree murder in 2017 Stanley Park stabbing
Tyler Lagimodiere pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Lubomir Kunik, who was found on the Stanley Park seawall in February 2017.
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Rosie DiManno: Toronto South Detention Centre a giant black hole for those who disappear there: head of criminal lawyers’ body
Prisoners are having their custodial sentences cut due to time given as credit in recognition of the jail’s intolerable conditions, writes Rosie DiManno.
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Legault urges Bloc to back new continental free trade pact
Quebec Premier François Legault is urging the Bloc Québécois and its leader to back the new North American trade pact because he insists the deal will buoy the province’s economy.
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Gun violence continues to rise during 15-week Toronto police aimed to curb it
According to Toronto police data, the 15-week period when Project Community Space was active — from Aug. 15 to Nov. 28 — saw the highest number of people shot compared to the same 15-week period in any year since 2004.
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Lunar coincidence: Baby born at 12:12 on Dec. 12 under 'cold moon'
The birth of a baby boy is being hailed as a ‘lunar coincidence’ after he was delivered at 12:12 a.m. on Dec. 12 during the last full moon of the decade.
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Edmonton tow-truck driver sent to hospital after being hit while responding to vehicles in ditch
The driver was taken to hospital with injuries to his arm.
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Food insecurity affects more than one in 10 Montrealers, report says
Beyond drawing the somewhat obvious link between food insecurity and poverty, the report does contain some surprising findings.
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LILLEY: Conservatives eat their own once again
The Conservative Party is looking for a new leader but you have to wonder who would want the job given the way they treat their own. The day after Andrew Scheer stepped down as leader following a campaign to oust him, the party showed their executive director the door. Dustin van Vugt was asked to […]
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TOWHEY: New crime data contradicts government gun plans
The latest crime data released by Statistics Canada make a mockery of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s posturing on gun violence. The newly released data on homicides and gun violence in Canada during 2018 hold some surprises. Overall, murders are down – not up. Gun killings are down – not up. And gang-related homicides are also […]
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Jody Wilson-Raybould says she’s in discussions over Parliament Hill office space
House Speaker Anthony Rota told the CBC today that if she does not vacate her office, someone from his office would enforce the rules.
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Concerns raised about 4.4 per cent increase in Alberta dental fee guide; patients advised to get services outside Alberta
Be prepared to pay more for a dentist appointment next year. The dental fee guide in Alberta includes a 4.4 per cent increase.
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New affordable housing units give families a safe place to call home in Saskatoon
Young families are able to move into new affordable housing units in Saskatoon by contributing 50 hours of sweat equity.
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Salvation Army finds new location for kettle campaign following Rochdale Walmart fire
Canadian Tire will be the new location for the Salvation Army's Christmas Kettle Campaign after Tuesday night's fire at the Rochdale Walmart.
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Daphne Bramham: Complexity of recovery home rules mixes the good with the bad
B.C.'s rules for addiction recovery houses are so opaque that even one of the largest care providers didn't know that it needed to register.
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Union accused by Manitoba Tories of breaking election limits files financials
Unifor says it spent just under $19,000 during the four-week Manitoba election campaign that ended Sept. 10, well under the legal limit of $25,000.
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Award-winning Manitoba filmmaker’s work coloured by personal subjects, stories
Aaron Zeghers, best known as the director of the Gimli Film Festival. is the recipient of the Winnipeg Film Group's 2019 Hothouse Award.
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Man dead after collision with vehicle on Circle Drive
Saskatoon police were called to a pedestrian collision in the southbound lanes of Circle Drive at Taylor Street.
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Trudeau’s special representative to the Prairies looking to listen
Justin Trudeau's new special representative to the Prairies says he'll be paying attention to the very real sense of anger and pain in the region.
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Tomlin and modern day ‘Steel Curtain’ defence have Pittsburgh contending in injury-filled season
It really is remarkable how the Pittsburgh Steelers have managed to thrive despite all the injuries they’ve had to key offensive personnel this season. Now comes a prime time chance for them to show everybody how they’ve done it. The team that lost its Hall of Fame quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, in the second game of […]
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Ontario NDP calls for Sikh paramedics to be exempt from wearing certain helmets
NDP lawmaker cited case of a Sikh man who was no longer allowed to work in the field in Hamilton due to a regulation.
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Raptors look for missing energy, shooting touch vs. Nets
With all of the pomp and circumstance of Kawhi Leonard’s return out of the way, the Toronto Raptors can now get on with more pressing business: Righting what ails them, starting with Saturday’s Basketball Night In Canada tilt against the Brooklyn Nets. A drop-off in overall energy and in shooting execution have led to a […]
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Delivery day for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous on Saturday
On Saturday, thousands of volunteers will deliver toys to Edmonton children on 630 CHED Santas Anonymous delivery day.
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PROJECT COMMUNITY SPACE: Crackdown on T.O. gun violence leads to 463 arrests
The number of shootings during a recent police crackdown on gun violence in the city may have risen but the number of cases solved also increased, Toronto Police say. Project Community Space — a 15-week initiative sparked by an increase in gun and gang violence over the Civic holiday weekend in August — resulted in […]
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Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board victim of malware attack
The school board says their payroll system has been affected by the attack, but are working to fix the issues.
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University of Calgary students protest proposed tuition hikes
Dozens of students protested a proposed tuition hike inside and outside of a University of Calgary board of governors meeting early Friday morning.
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New security gates to be installed outside Ottawa council chambers
New security checkpoints will be installed outside the council chambers and certain items will be prohibited past those checkpoints.
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Michelle Obama tells Greta Thunberg to ‘ignore the doubters’ after Trump’s latest attack
Though Obama did not specify who the “doubters” were, the teenage climate activist has a very vocal one in the White House.
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Heather Scoffield: How will Ottawa pay for the demands coming from provinces and opposition parties?
We will get some new details about how the federal government sees revenues and growth on Monday, when Finance Minister Morneau issues an economic update, Heather Scoffield writes.
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Lions Gate Bridge marriage proposal was like 'a movie'
"The sign was five feet by four feet so it almost blew off the bridge." — Scott Minch on his unique marriage proposal to Bunny Blacklear
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Report sheds light on worrying worldwide increase in journalists being arrested for ‘fake news’
Such accusations may be commonplace in the U.S. but in other countries, fake-news charges can have a very chilling and stifling impacts on the press.
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Surrey family lawyer faces assault charges
The charges of assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon against Aaron Murray Lessing date from 1999 to 2002.
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Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis ‘all in’ on NHL game in Russia
The NHL having games in the Czech Republic and Finland on its calendar in 2020, but the Washington Capitals want to see if it’s possible to play a regular-season game in Russia, captain Alex Ovechkin’s homeland.
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Stolen minivan full of ringette equipment returned to Guelph coach
Guelph police are reminding the community to lock their vehicles, keep any valuables out of sight, and never leave a key inside the vehicle.
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MCCARTHY: Hadwin’s a changed man, just ask his dad
MELBOURNE, Australia — A few days before International captain Ernie Els announced his Presidents Cup captain’s picks, Canadian Adam Hadwin had a question for his father Gerry and brother Kyle. “Adam asked myself and my youngest son, ‘You guys coming?,’ ” Gerry Hadwin said at Royal Melbourne on Friday. “At that point, we didn’t know […]
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Jim Mattis on the ‘Afghanistan Papers’: ‘We probably weren’t that good’ at nation-building
Mattis acknowledged that the U.S. made a strategic mistake by not paying enough attention to Afghanistan as George Bush launched the war in Iraq.
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After a polarizing U.K. election, online searches for moving to Canada spike — again
It’s not the first time residents of another country have set their eyes on Canada in the aftermath of an election result they didn't like.
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Scottish nationalist victory sets up standoff over independence
Nicola Sturgeon made stopping Brexit and giving Scotland the right to dictate its own future the cornerstone of the SNP’s campaign.
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American writer John Irving becomes a Canadian citizen
Irving held his red and white Maple Leaf flag along with 83 other people from 35 countries who also swore allegiance to the Queen and this country Tuesday afternoon. How he got here, he says, is not a political story. It’s not a straightforward one either.
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WARMINGTON: Slain billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman fondly remembered
As the sun set, Heather Gilbert noticed something different inside her Old Colony Road home. “We had the sun shining right into our eyes,” she said. “In 16 years that had never happened.” Seems the home next door at 50 Old Colony Rd. was no longer blocking the sun. The house in which billionaires Honey […]
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