Water temperatures in the Gulf of St. Lawrence have reached record highs, experts warn
New data shows that water temperatures in the Gulf of St. Lawrence have reached record highs, with experts warning the increase could impact some species that live in the waters.
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Plastic gold: How Lego is attracting the eyes, and wallets, of collectors
Certain sets of the popular toy Lego could result in fairly high returns once resold, with some research suggesting gains of as much as 11 per cent.
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New Zealand adds new COVID-19 restrictions as Omicron spreads
New Zealanders are set to face new COVID-19 restrictions after nine cases of the Omicron variant were detected in a single family that flew to Auckland for a wedding earlier this month, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Sunday.
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Rielly, Mrazek lead Leafs to 3-1 win over Isles
NEW YORK (AP) — Morgan Rielly had a goal and an assist, Petr Mrazek stopped 25 shots and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the New York Islanders 3-1 Saturday night.
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Cannabis-impaired driving more than doubled since legalization, says UBC study
Researchers tracked blood sample data from four of the province’s trauma centres where they found 3.8 per cent of moderately injured drivers had more than the legal limit of THC in their blood prior to legalization.
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A 79-year-old logger dies cutting a tree in Château-Richer
The victim was seriously injured after a tree fell on him in a wooded area about two kilometres from the road.
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YLW calls on Ottawa to reevaluate COVID-19 protocols for international travellers
YLW's airport director says COVID-19 testing for international travellers needs to be shifted to their destination communities.
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Second shooting in two nights at same location in Montreal North
A man shot Saturday was walking down the street at 6:45 p.m. when a car drove up and someone shot him in the lower body.
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Britain says Kremlin working to install pro-Russia leader in Ukraine
The British foreign ministry declined to provide evidence to back its accusations, which came at a time of high tensions between Russia and the West.
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Edmonton’s Chinatown community fed up with crime, vandalism: ‘Nobody feels safe’
A recent rash of crime and vandalism in Edmonton's Chinatown area has some business owners fed up and wanting to leave the area permanently.
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Wildfire along California's Big Sur forces evacuations
Firefighters on Saturday were battling a wildfire that broke out in the rugged mountains along Big Sur, forcing hundreds of residents on this precarious stretch of the California coast to evacuate and authorities to shut its main roadway.
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Fire crews battle fire in Beltline community
EMS said nobody was hurt when a fire broke out at a high-rise building in the Beltline neighbourhood Saturday afternoon.
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Tiley denies reports Djokovic will sue Tennis Australia
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has refuted reports Novak Djokovic will sue Tennis Australia following his deportation from Australia, and said he expects the world number one to return to play at the Grand Slam event next year.
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COVID-19: SFU students plan walkout over concerns about return to in-class learning
Students are calling for an extension of remote learning, the creation of permanent hybrid learning and the provision of free N95 masks and rapid testing on all SFU campuses.
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Adele surprises fans in Las Vegas with video call after postponing concerts
After postponing the start of her Las Vegas residency, Adele surprised a group of disappointed fans with a video call at Caesars Palace.
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Staffing shortages, COVID 19 lead to postponement of B.C. provincial exams
The Ministry of Education says it has worked with post-secondary institutions to ensureadmissions will not be affected by these changes.
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