Memorial dedicated to residential school students in North Vancouver damaged
The St. Paul's Indian Residential School operated from 1899 to 1959 and closed on Sept. 1, 1959, according to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. 
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‘Freedom convoy’ demonstrators gather in Greater Toronto Area
"Freedom convoy" protesters has begun demonstrating in parts of the Greater Toronto Area, as groups continue to head to Ottawa.
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Irwin Cotler: A day of 'remembrance to act' on behalf of humanity
What have we learned in the last 77 years — and more importantly — what must we do?
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Dartmouth hotel being converted into units for 65 people without housing
Federal, provincial and municipal politicians announced funding Thursday to house 65 people at a converted Travelodge hotel that's expected to open later this year.
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Portage Avenue bus shelter burns in downtown Winnipeg
The blaze, near the intersection of Garry Street and Portage Avenue, started around 8:15 a.m. Thursday.
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Toronto high school teachers back in classroom after refusing work over ‘unsafe conditions’
Five teachers from Bloor Collegiate returned to class after labour ministry found there were no issues needing to be addressed.
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Snow problem? That’s no problem for new Canadians seeking work: refugee coordinator
The massive dumping of snow that Winnipeggers are trying to dig themselves out of may seem like a burden to many, but for one local organization, it's an opportunity.
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Couples embrace ‘micro weddings’ to focus on other life priorities
The last two years of COVID-19 health restrictions and limits on gathering sizes have not only brought the small wedding into the mainstream, they've made it trendy.
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N.B. premier and top doctor expected to provide update on COVID-19 restrictions
New Brunswick remains in Level 3 of its winter plan. Restrictions include single-household bubbles and a ban on indoor dining at restaurants.
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Mexico party plane organizer threatens legal action over airlines refusing return flights
The man who organized a 'party plane' of Quebec influencers on an ill-fated New Year's trip to Mexico says he's now planning to sue Sunwing, the airline that flew them down on a charter flight before cancelling their return trip.
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COVID-19: Saskatchewan’s top doctor urges residents to get booster shots
Saskatchewan's top doctor is urging residents to get their booster shots amid the rise in COVID-19 cases.
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Five steps to taking dumplings from frozen to perfectly pan fried
Follow along for chef Ken Yau’s method that will leave you with no more soggy bottoms.
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When the food’s this hot, you don’t even know it’s winter
Restaurants (and diners) in Koreatown North are staring down freezing temperatures on patios with plenty of spice and blazing hot soup.
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Make Conservative party memberships free, internal review recommends
A wide-ranging internal review of the Conservative party’s failure to win the 2021 election is recommending making memberships free.
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Alberta Education announces new engagement sessions on draft K-6 curriculum
The province will be holding virtual engagement sessions to gather Albertans' input on the proposed K-6 curriculum.
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Public Safety minister ‘shocked’ by Twitter’s decision to leave untouched an Ontario MPP’s tweet
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says he was “shocked” by Twitter’s decision to leave untouched an Ontario politician’s tweet calling federal Transport Minister Omar Alghabra “a terrorist” — even after users reported the message as harmful and abusive.
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Man has his teeth knocked out in Guelph assault, police say
Guelph police say a 38-year-old man has been charged with assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.
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Conservatives’ post-election report gives mixed reviews on O’Toole’s performance: source
O’Toole’s personal performance was given mixed reviews in the election review, which the source says found Conservatives had fallen 'well behind' the Liberals on campaign tactics.
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PQ says CAQ government's health tax is a diversion tactic
"We have yet to see the evidence or a public health memo that shows that this measure is efficient," Parti Québécois Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon said regarding the proposed penalty on the unvaccinated.
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Study: Gas stoves worse for climate than previously thought
Gas stoves are contributing more to global warming than previously thought because of constant tiny methane leaks while they're off, a new study found.
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Guidelines released for who can receive Paxlovid treatment for COVID-19 in Ontario
Ontario is prioritizing older, unvaccinated residents and immunocompromised individuals for a new antiviral COVID-19 treatment.
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Toronto-area man charged with child pornography, extortion in United States
A Toronto-area man is facing child pornography and extortion charges in the United States and could be sentenced to at least 15 years in prison if convicted of all charges.
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‘Freedom Convoy’ draws large crowd in London, Ont. on Thursday
Well before the convoys arrived in London, a crowd began gathering at the Flying J Travel Center, with more than 100 supporters on hand by 10 a.m. Thursday.
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Hospitalizations drop by more than 100 as Quebec adds 56 new COVID-19 deaths
The number of pandemic-related hospitalizations in Quebec fell by 117 to 3,153. This includes 235 people in intensive care units, which is also down from the day before.
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Sask. reducing COVID-19 self-isolation period for unvaccinated residents
The province is lowering the COVID-19 self-isolation period to five days for both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated residents, effective Friday.
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Ontario reports 70 new COVID deaths and 599 people in ICU
The province is reporting 3,645 hospitalizations due to COVID-19, a decrease of 9 per cent from numbers reported Wednesday.
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COVID live updates: Hospitalizations fall by 117 as Quebec reports 56 more deaths
For the first time since pandemic started, Quebec's public health director will hold a press conference without political leaders by his side today.
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A primer on sugar and sweetness in wine (plus a homework assignment)
The amount of sugar is only part of the equation since acidity, effervescence and serving a wine chilled can all mask sugar, while alcohol, oak and fruit ripeness can increase the perception of sweetness.
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Alberta government pausing plan to change how people can fight traffic tickets
The Alberta government is pausing its plan to to overhaul how people in the province can fight traffic tickets.
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TFC invites Giovinco to training camp; designated players Altidore and Soteldo aren’t with team
There is no deal currently in place between the Reds and the 35-year-old Atomic Ant, who arrived in Irving, Calif., where the team is currently based, on Wednesday.
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COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Bingemans closes as Waterloo Region shifts focus to outreach
A spokesperson for Waterloo Region confirmed to Global News that the focus will now shift to more outreach-type COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
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Trudeau isolating after COVID-19 exposure, says rapid test was negative
There have been a number of cases of COVID-19 among political staffers, MPs and ministers over the past month as the highly contagious Omicron variant continues to spread.
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Ontario still hasn’t shown how it would spend child-care funding, federal minister says
The federal minister in charge of child-care efforts says Ontario still hasn't laid out how it would spend billions in funding allocated under a child-care deal.
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Singh’s brother-in-law has asked for his $13K trucker convoy donation back, source says
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh's brother-in-law, Jodhveer Singh Dhaliwal, asked to rescind his donation to the trucker convoy once he understood the 'true nature of this organization.'
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‘Freedom Rally’ convoy of truckers protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates rolls through Toronto Thursday
Truckers with the “Freedom Rally” make their way through the GTA’s main roadways. Follow live coverage on thestar.com.
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Colourful luge coach set for last Olympics with Canada: ‘Everything comes to an end’
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School bus and pickup truck collide east of Peterborough
The collision occurred on Providence Line, just south of Dillon Road in Otonabee-South Monaghan Township.
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Hotel Intel: Guests can cocoon in rebranded Delta at Mont-Ste-Anne
The former Château Mont-Ste-Anne has been rebuilt with a new look, and is offering two-night reservations for the price of one until March 4.
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Bell Let's Talk Day sets record, raises $8.2M for mental health initiatives
The 12th edition of Bell Let's Talk Day was the most successful one yet, logging 164,298,820 interactions and raising $8,214,941 for mental health initiatives.
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