Peterborough man faces child pornography, distributing intimate images charges: police

Peterborough police launched an investigation after receiving information from the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan sets new record of ICU patients with 81 admitted
Of the 327 patients in hospitals, 256 or 74.9 per cent were not fully vaccinated.
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Mayor of Omak, Wash. excited to see Canada-U.S. land border reopening
Cindy Gagne says the decision to reopen the U.S. land border is good for tourism, adding she looks forward to visiting the South Okanagan as well.
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Plante promises universal accessibility in a second mayoral term
Ensemble Montréal's Denis Coderre calls it a step backward as the STM had plans to make 41 métro stations accessible by 2025 and Projet Montréal's election promises will delay that by two years.
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Onion Lake RCMP find missing woman’s body
Onion Lake RCMP located the body of 32-year-old Courtnee Soosay Friday. She had been reported missing last week.
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Synthetic greens a game changer for small-town golf course in Saskatchewan
A small-town golf club in Saskatchewan says it saw its best year after installing synthetic greens this season.
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‘Swamped with love’: Man with multiple sclerosis portages from Toronto to Montreal to raise funds in fight against disease
Félix Jasmin, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in October 2019, organized a 700 kilometre portage relay with 150 friends to raise money for MS research
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Done with doomscrolling? Why people choose to quit social media
Privacy concerns, mental health and the flood of misinformation are some driving factors that motivate social media users to delete their accounts, experts say.
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Kingston police officer injured during ‘volatile’ homecoming gathering
Kingston Police say an officer has been taken to hospital after projectiles were thrown at police during Queen's University's unofficial homecoming weekend.
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Riders take to the streets in support of the Children’s Health Foundation in London, Ont.
The 25th annual fall Colour Ride for the Children’s Hospital kicked off at Hully Gully in southwest London Ont., Saturday.
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New public art inspired by London, Ont. nickname ‘Forest City’ unveiled downtown
In a release, the City says SITELINES is a sculptural canopy created by artist Jyhling Lee, and will be a new landmark inspired by the city's nickname "Forest City."
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Quebec health-care unions demand an end to mandatory weekend overtime
They claim the practice is abusive and "annihilates all chances" of recruiting more professionals to the public health-care sector.
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2 people taken to hospital after being attacked by dog in Scarborough: police
Toronto police said they received a call shortly after 1 p.m. about a dog on the loose in the area of Kingston Road and Neilson Avenue, west of McCowan Road.
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Derek Ryan ready to experience Edmonton Oilers side of Battle of Alberta
Derek Ryan will see a lot of familiar faces on the opposing team Saturday night when the Edmonton Oilers host the Calgary Flames.
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Junior hockey: Rockets double-up Blazers, Warriors down Bucks
Penticton beat Trail 4-3 in overtime, Silverbacks stormed past Vipers 4-2.
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Distribution of COVID 19 rapid test kits cut short in New Brunswick
Local residents turned to social media to vent their anger, with some saying more kits should have been made available at more locations.
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Sask. drivers reminded to ‘be cautious’ of active wildlife through fall season
Over the last five years, there have been more than $83-million in insurance claims as a result of animal collisions, the most common being with deer in Saskatchewan.
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‘Stay the course’: Children’s health group says Ontario measures working to keep schools open
The group said in a statement that since schools have reopened, provincial COVID-19 case rates have been trending within the best-case scenario under provincial modelling.
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RCMP seek tips after Chilliwack hit-and-run leaves woman in critical condition
RCMP say the victim, who is in critical condition, was struck Wednesday evening and may have been lying injured in a ditch for as long as three hours.
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People from across the globe tuned in to virtual SARscene event in Saskatoon
SARscene was held in Saskatoon at Prairieland Park educating participants on the search and rescue best practices.
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Jonathan Drouin excited about playing in front of fans at Bell Centre
"It's going to feel like the city's alive again," he says about having first full house for a Habs game in 19 months.
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Bill Clinton is ‘doing fine’ and will be out of hospital soon, Biden says
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, 75, was admitted to hospital on Tuesday with an infection unrelated to COVID-19, his spokesman said.
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Nature groups threaten to take Ottawa to court over Quebec frog protection
Two Quebec-based groups are calling on Ottawa to issue an emergency order to protect a western chorus frog population they say is threatened.
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Flood watch issued for Metro Vancouver
Residents of Metro Vancouver, the North Shore mountains, Howe Sound, and the Sunshine Coast are being urged to stay away from fast-flowing rivers.
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Man charged with first-degree murder in death of Nunavut actress Emerald MacDonald
Mounties in Nunavut have charged a man with first-degree murder in the May death of actress Emerald MacDonald.
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Makeover: Transforming her body, mind and beauty for retirement
Nadia Albano gives 63-year-old project manager Laurel Wild a new look as she prepares for her retirement
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Mentorship matters now more than ever
In a post-pandemic world where work-life balance is on the table, there is a need for mentorship as a way to humanize work relationships and improve organizational performance.
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