Regina police investigating bear spray incident at mall

Officers were dispatched to the mall around 4:10 p.m. after security reported a male youth sprayed a victim with what is believed to be bear spray and then fled. 
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Rich countries' access to foreign nurses during Omicron raises ethical concerns: group
The Omicron-fuelled wave of COVID-19 infections has led wealthy countries, including Canada, to intensify their recruitment of nurses from poorer parts of the world, worsening dire staffing shortages in overstretched workforces there, the International Council of Nurses said.
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Regina woman hosts Facebook group to share grocery cost-saving tips
A recent study from Angus Reid Institute found that 3 in 5 or 57 per cent of Canadians say it is currently difficult to feed their household. 
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Sask. Ukrainians concerned for family members still in Ukraine
Iryna Matsiuk what is happening in Ukraine right now feels similar to eight years ago when Russian troops seized the Crimean Peninsula. 
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Ukrainian-Manitobans watching anxiously as Russian Military presence grows on Ukraine’s border
There are more than 180,000 Ukrainian Manitobans and all are watching anxiously as the Russian Military amasses on the Russia-Ukraine border.
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Regina charity looking to build 6 duplexes for low-income single mothers
Each of the 12 units will have its own kitchen, bathroom and laundry room with three bedrooms. A green space will be available for families to use. 
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Third floor suite catches fire on Corydon Avenue
The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service successfully contained a fire in a third floor suite.
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B.C.’s South Coast under fog advisory through Monday afternoon
Environment Canada extended a fog advisory Sunday for Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Greater Victoria and the Malahat Highway through to Monday afternoon.
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Alcohol-related illness increases in Alberta since the start of the pandemic
Increasing alcohol consumption is leading to serious liver problems for some Albertans. And the patients are getting younger.
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Canadians may see less food in grocery stores, but experts say no need to panic
Canadians shouldn’t worry about food availability or panic buy, experts said, but they may notice shortages of some items and higher prices.
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Anthology created for mothers struggling with perinatal mental health
'You Are Not Alone' the anthology is meant to show women struggling with perinatal mental health exactly that they are not alone. 
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Man shot ‘multiple times’ at northwest Calgary apartment building: CPS
The shooting happened in the hallway of an apartment building at 800 Northmount Dr. NW at around 12:10 p.m.
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Fisheries Department bans bottom fishing in Howe Sound near glass sponge reefs
Ban applies to commercial and recreational trawling, pawn and crab trapping and hook and line fishing for all groundfish types
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Toronto Public Health confirms COVID-19-related fatality in young person
In a statement emailed to Global News, the health unit confirmed a COVID-19 related fatality in a person under the age of 19.
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Knights and Storm split weekend home and home
A short-handed goal by Cooper Walker early in the third period ended up as the difference as Guelph won in London on Sunday.
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Fire crews battle blaze at mushroom farm near Crossfield
The building was evacuated and no workers were injured when the fire broke out at a mushroom farm north of Calgary.
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Focus in U.S.-Canada border tragedy to shift Monday as accused appears in court
The man accused of attempting to smuggle across the Canada-U.S. border a family, all four of whom died, will appear in court in Minnesota on Monday.
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COVID-19: B.C. health care needs to be 'reimagined' as pandemic hits two-year mark, experts say
"Never, never in my wildest nightmare did I think that we would still be in this and worse, actually, than it was in the beginning," says Prince George nurse Tracey Jonker.
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ECHL player released after racist taunt at Jordan Subban
The East Coast Hockey League indefinitely suspended Jacob Panetta after South Carolina Stingrays defenseman Jordan Subban claimed the Jacksonville Icemen defenseman used a racist gesture during a Saturday game.
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'N' driver borrows mom's car, blows engine while being pulled over doing 200 km/h
An officer in an unmarked police vehicle spotted a 2003 Mazda Protégé going in excess of 200 km/h in a 100 km/h zone at about 2:40 a.m.
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Changes to Brooke Henderson’s game pay dividends with second place finish at opening event of LPGA season
The Smiths Falls, Ont. native played with a new brand of golf ball this week, and putted with the flagstick left in the hole for the first time, ending up three shots back of first place.
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Passenger exposed buttocks and threw a can during Delta flight, prosecutors say
Shane McInerney, 29, of Ireland, faces up to 20 years in prison for intentionally assaulting and intimidating a crew member, prosecutors say.
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Daphne Bramham: Nurse's dream of helping during COVID stymied by labyrinthine regulatory system
Nurse Emma Beaumont came home six months ago. But her dream to help during COVID has been stymied by a labyrinthine licensing system.
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Rent your neighbour's car? Vancouver council mulls peer-to-peer car-share
Car-sharing company Turo says their data show B.C. vehicles sit idle 95 per cent of the time, "representing an enormous waste of resources and public space."
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Damage to Ucluelet First Nation’s waterline more severe than anticipated
A tug and boom broke the waterline last Monday, but locals believe it broke free from the sea floor Saturday after the volcanic eruption near Tonga.
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