Hamilton, Ottawa police make arrests after unsanctioned weekend homecoming parties
Hamilton police estimate up to 6,000 people gathered in the Westdale and Ainslie Woods neighbourhoods near McMaster University on Saturday.
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‘Unprecedented’ demand for emergency veterinary services in Edmonton area
"We essentially always have folks here waiting to be seen (24-hours a day)," said an Edmonton-area vet who is seeing an unprecedented demand for veterinary services.
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Families from Treaty 4 Saskatchewan left with unanswered questions about murdered loved ones
Families of two young women from Saskatchewan communities in Treaty 4 territory continue to search for answers after their loved ones went missing and died in British Columbia.
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Researchers explore misinformation during Quebec election campaign
A group of researchers at McGill University conducted a study into online misinformation and the possible effects on the provincial election campaign.
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Province doubles community transition teams for offenders but B.C. Liberals say crime out of control under NDP government
Doug LePard and Amanda Butler's report validated concerns by local politicians that violent crime is going up.
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Canada's first pledge ceremony to King Charles opens fall agenda at B.C. legislature
New Liberal MLA Elenore Sturko is the first elected official in Canada to pledge an oath to King Charles since the recent death of the queen.
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Prime minister to testify at Emergencies Act inquiry
CTV News has learned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be called to testify about his government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in response to anti-mandate Freedom Convoy protests in February.
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Live – Quebec election results: 45% of eligible voters have cast ballots so far; polls close at 8 p.m.
Surveys point to another decisive CAQ victory but other parties are hoping for some upsets.
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What if Musk loses his Twitter lawsuit but defies the court? Here’s what may happen
Elon Musk hopes to win the case that's headed for an October trial, but the consequences of him losing badly has raised concerns about how the court would enforce its final ruling.
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North Shore Rescue frustrated by government night-flight limitations
North Shore search-and-rescue team allowed flights with night-vision goggles, but not allowed to hoist victims by helicopter after dark.
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Province announces up to 70 new winter shelter spaces in Lethbridge
"It matches a lot of the plans the city already had in place and just gives us more synergies in how we're moving forward."
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North Korea fires missile towards the east, say South Korean and Japanese officials
The Japanese government warned citizens to take cover after its coast guard reported on a suspected missile launch by North Korea.
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Second doses of monkeypox vaccine available in B.C. this week
More than 19,000 doses of Imvamune have been administered to those most at risk of contracting the virus in B.C.
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Saskatoon pharmacy looking to tackle kid’s Advil, Tylenol shortage
Saskatoon's Nanogram Pharmacy and Alberta pharma tech company, KemNet Inc. are working together to give Saskatchewan residents access to kids' medications amid an ongoing shortage.
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Alberta government funding non-profit group to attract international students
The province says the Alberta Bureau for International Education is to showcase the innovation and strength of post-secondary institutions across the province.
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Changing census question raises concerns about language data: expert
The national statistics agency flipped the order of two questions related to which language Canadians spoke at home on a regular basis and which languages they spoke most often.
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Northbound travel restricted after collision north of Grande Priaire, Alta.
RXMP say northbound traffic has been reduced to a single lane near Clairmont, Alta., just north of Grande Prairie, after a truck and a semi-truck collided Monday. 
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Family members of shooter acquitted of covering up slaying of Surrey teen
Two family members of a man who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his former girlfriend were acquitted of helping to cover up the crime.
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Court challenge issued on tent removal in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
Two women who were sheltering in tents on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside have launched a court challenge of an order to dismantle the street encampment.
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Hottest toys of 2022 revealed by Toys 'R' Us
Toys 'R' Us has released a list of the top toys of 2022 ahead of the holiday season.
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Hottest toys of 2022 revealed by Toys 'R' Us
Toys 'R' Us has released a list of the top toys of 2022 ahead of the holiday season.
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Tens of thousands in P.E.I. still without power 10 days after Fiona: ‘Doesn’t seem right’
Tens of thousands of Prince Edward Islanders remain without power more than a week after Fiona hit the Island as a post-tropical storm.
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Martin Regg Cohn: In a nuclear faceoff with Russia, countries like Canada will need to be nimble
There are clearly limits to what a middle power like Canada can achieve to rein in Russia’s president. Just as there are limits to what a nuclear power like Russia can attain on the ground, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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B.C. municipal election 2022: Vancouver and Cultus Lake Park board results
The park boards oversee the long-term planning and vision for the parks and green spaces in their respective communities and ensure parks remain accessible and sustainable.
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Recruitment and retention key issue as B.C. paramedics head to bargaining table
The Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia (APBC) said negotiations over a new collective agreement began Monday. Their current collective agreement expires this year.
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Second doses of monkeypox vaccine roll out in B.C.
Second doses of the monkeypox vaccine will be available to British Columbians starting this week.
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Laval Rocket rookie forward Jan Mysak unfazed by high expectations
Canadiens prospect drafted 48th overall in the 2020 NHL draft possesses offensive skills and is versatile enough to play centre or wing.
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4 Alberta communities get $25.6M in federal home energy retrofit funds
Details on home energy retrofit loans from federal funds are still being worked out by the four municipalities who received a combined $25.6 million on Monday.
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The Leafs’ hardest shooter isn’t Auston Matthews. But Nick Robertson needs more than that
It’s looking more and more like Robertson will crack the opening-night lineup in a second-line role in part because of his wicked shot, which has created a buzz in the pre-season.
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Fanshawe College’s faculty union seeks reinstated mask mandate
As faculty and staff at Fanshawe College seek the return of COVID-19 a mask mandate, administration says it will schedule a hearing with OPSEU 'to hear this grievance' and respond.
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3 people killed in fiery head-on crash on Highway 654 near Barrhead
Three people were killed when an SUV and a pickup collided head-on Monday on Highway 654 north of Edmonton, causing the truck to catch on fire with two people trapped inside.
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