Police arrest suspect after man is stabbed in Halifax

A 24-year-old man was taken to hospital for treatment of what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries.
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Toronto police superintendent charged after alleged impropriety in promotion process
A Toronto police superintendent is facing several charges under the Police Services Act amid an investigation into alleged impropriety during a recent promotions process. 
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan reports database error, 9 new deaths recorded
Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab will be discussing preliminary results of an internal audit relating to the latest COVID-19 numbers at 2 p.m.
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The case for an inquiry into Canada’s treatment of First Nations children
Cindy Blackstock: ‘Canada continues to treat First Nations people as if they are not worth the money by providing deficient public services on reserves and choosing to not implement solutions’ The post The case for an inquiry into Canada’s treatment of First Nations children appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Drug busts net $148K in fentanyl, 5 facing charges: London police
Officers raided three addresses on Belmont Drive, Commissioners Road West and King Street on Thursday and seized 743 grams of fentanyl valued at $148,600, police said.
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Man convicted of manslaughter in fatal 2020 shooting
Surrey RCMP officers found Singh suffering from a gunshot wound about 12:45 a.m. in the 8800-block of 138A Street.
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One suspect still at large in fatal 2021 shooting, Winnipeg police say
Bryce Keating is wanted for second-degree murder and police are advising Winnipeggers not to approach him if he's spotted, as he may be armed and dangerous.
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COVID-19: MLHU reports 2 deaths, LHSC caring for 153 inpatients
The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported two deaths and 224 COVID-19 cases on Friday. On Thursday, the health unit reported six deaths.
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Former Belleville, Ont. CAS worker will wait to be sentenced
A former Children's Aid worker from Belleville, Ont., won't be sentenced for at least another week after a sentencing hearing on Friday.
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6 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Waterloo, raising January death toll to 21
Waterloo Public Health reported six more COVID-19-related deaths on Friday morning, raising the death toll in the area to 334, including 21 victims in January.
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Tonga turns back aid flight from Australia over positive COVID-19 case
Tonga desperately needs the aid, but is also very concerned about keeping COVID-19 away from its remote community.
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'We cannot eliminate all risk': B.C. starting to manage COVID-19 more like common cold, officials say
British Columbia is beginning to manage COVID-19 more like the common cold, the province's top doctor said Friday while explaining major shifts in the government's approach to the pandemic.
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Postponed: Just For Laughs Vancouver to be rescheduled
More information about the rescheduling of the festival will be provided in the coming weeks.
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Kripps, Appiah, de Bruin have eyes on bobsled medal podium in Beijing
Justin Kripps, from Summerland, B.C., drove to second-place overall in both the two- and four-man bobsled on the World Cup season that recently ended.
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Man taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash downtown
The crash occurred just before 10 a.m. Friday when a man driving down Main struck a pole just west of Wellington Street.
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Rocket Report: COVID-19 catches up with Kelowna, team activities paused
'Omicron is highly contagious. It's affecting society and we are not immune from that. As much as we have our players and the staff fully vaccinated, we are going to have cases.'
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SIU investigates anti-riot weapon fired at man in Bancroft
The SIU say Bancroft OPP officers responded to reports of a man in distress at a home.
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Nova Scotia reports 94 active COVID-19 hospitalizations
Nova Scotia Health estimates there are currently 5,241 active cases of COVID-19 in the province, including 601 new PCR-confirmed cases reported in the past day.
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HSR improvements along Upper James corridor central to transit division’s annual budget request
'Once we're past this pandemic,' says Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger, 'ridership will grow and rebound and grow beyond that as our community grows.'
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In photos: Russian military buildup near Ukraine’s borders
The photos show Russian military equipment, like tanks and artillery, stationed throughout western portions of the country near Ukraine’s borders this week.
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Staycation boom could revitalize domestic tourism as pandemic persists
Staycations are becoming an increasingly attractive option for Canadians looking to travel in 2022 but avoid the headaches and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Hand over your hamster: here’s everything China has banned in its futile quest to banish COVID
Brazilian chicken wings, Canadian mail ... the virus is going to penetrate country, an expert warns, but authorities pass rules anyhow.
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First shipment of Paxlovid, antiviral COVID-19 drug, arrives in Ontario
The oral antiviral drug Paxlovid is meant to protect against hospitalization and death.
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Tanya Tagaq lays down dance licks on Tongues
On her latest album, Polaris Prize-winning vocalist Tanya Tagaq works with slam poet Saul Williams and Gonjasufi.
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Brian Minter: Exciting new perennials to lift our spirits and inspire our gardens
Opinion: Right about now, we all need a little something to lift our spirits and to inspire our gardens for the coming spring, summer and fall gardening seasons. Some exciting new perennials may just do the trick.
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How the study of epigenetics could help reverse skin aging
While we know that behaviour and environment can impact skin health, experts hope epigenetics research may offer clues as to what might help repair that damage over time
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Nova Scotians aged 30 and older can now book Pfizer COVID-19 shots
The province said 55,000 appointments for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were made available across the province earlier this week for people aged 12 to 29.
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Feed shortages reaching crisis levels for Canadian cattle producers
The Alberta Cattle Feeders Association says several large feedlots could run out of food within days.
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2nd COVID-19 vaccine clinic at University of Guelph closing weeks after launch
The COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the University of Guelph is closing on Friday just weeks after it opened. 
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Global chemical pollution now exceeds safe limit for humanity: study
A new study warns that the amount of chemical pollution on the planet has now exceeded a safe limit, threatening the 'viability' of human civilization.
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Sask. surge plan could move government workers to ‘non-medical’ health-care roles
Nobody has been redeployed yet, according to a Saskatchewan government spokesperson. They said the potential redeployments are a part of the SHA's surge plans released last week.
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Manitoba border deaths may be part of larger human smuggling operation: documents
U.S. agents have launched an investigation into a larger human smuggling operation after a family of four froze to death while attempting to cross into the United States from Canada near Emerson, Man. during a blizzard.
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