Search resumes for snowmobiler missing in Mauricie region

The man in his 60s left his home Sunday afternoon, saying he would be back in time for supper.
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Hunters killed four deer in West Island last year, ministry reports
"Whether there's four or 11 or 14, I want zero," said Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Mayor Paola Hawa.
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Two more deaths and another 456 COVID-19 cases reported in B.C.
About 92 per cent of B.C.'s 78,278 total cases have recovered, while 1,338 people have died.
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Police actions in seizing $400,000 in cash to be scrutinized in court hearing
The actions of Surrey RCMP in seizing more than $400,000 in cash from a man's truck will be scrutinized in a court hearing.
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Alberta records 430 new COVID-19 cases, 13 deaths Wednesday
The new cases came after 9,467 tests were processed, putting the province's positivity rate at 4.6 per cent.
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Montreal seniors’ advocates foresee problems accessing vaccine sites, making appointments
Advocates for senior citizens say they worry about logistical issues in getting seniors to vaccination sites.
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Ryerson Review of Journalism temporarily cuts ‘Ryerson’ from its name
The move comes after the school of journalism announced in December it would review the names of its two student publications — the Review and the Ryersonian.
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Overdose prevention site coming to Moncton will keep people alive: advocate
'It's not one thing (that) will fix it all... The overdose prevention site will keep (people) alive," Debby Warren of Ensemble Greater Moncton says. 
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E-scooters are selling fast in Toronto, retailers report. The catch: they’re illegal on city streets.
It’s perfectly legal to sell the devices, just not to ride them in almost any public space.
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Police investigating after body pulled from Kingston’s Inner Harbour
Kingston's police major crimes unit is investigating after a body was discovered in Kingston's Inner Harbour.
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International students aren’t making as much money as their Canadian classmates in the first years after graduation, report suggests
Despite equal Canadian education credentials, international students earn less than their Canadian peers after graduation because they fail to secure enough local work experience before they graduate.
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Why the pandemic is a trigger for eating disorders
The pandemic has seen an alarming rise in eating disorders in both youth and adults as people try to cope with widespread grief from losing loved ones, income, or even a sense of routine and normalcy.
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New study points out the benefits — relaxed cycling access to jobs and more — of Toronto’s new bike-lanes
‘It was a huge impact for a small, quick investment,’ said the lead author of the study, which appears in the journal Transport Findings.
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Police issue over $900 in tickets to two B.C. Ferries passengers for not wearing masks
RCMP say the women, aged 19 and 43, ignored the mask requirement on board and were heard yelling and screaming at staff.
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Coronavirus: Business traveller lamenting lack of private testing sites in Okanagan
"I had to drive all the way to Princeton and back again, a 300-kilometre round trip, and obviously pay for my test, which was $420."
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Gregor Chisholm: The Blue Jays’ message to Vladimir Guerrero Jr.? ‘Become a Gold Glove first baseman’
The much lighter Guerrero — 42 pounds lighter, he says — still has thoughts of returning to third base, but the Jays seem to have made up their minds.
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RCMP look for suspect after armed robbery at Flin Flon liquor store
While no money was handed over, police say the men were able to steal some bottles of alcohol.
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Team Canada’s Einarson takes sole possession of 1st at Hearts after Homan loss
With a still perfect record, Team Kerri Einarson is alone in first place after having already clinched a berth in the next round.
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Manitoba snowmobiler presumed drowned remembered as ‘ridiculously generous’
Dan LeMay, from Grunthal, Man., was last heard from Sunday night while out on a snowmobile ride in Whiteshell Provincial Park.
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Family looks for answers after Indigenous man dies by suicide following release from custody
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Zero Black or Indigenous women are on track for the corner office in a majority of big companies, survey finds
The nation-wide study by The Prosperity Project found 89 per cent of organizations surveyed have no Black women ‘in the pipeline to the leadership level, and 91 per cent have zero Indigenous women.’
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New Brunswick MLAs question province’s ambulance services contract
The chairman of Ambulance New Brunswick's board suggested "both sides" may be willing to look at the contract, but a difference in outcomes require changing priorities.
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New Brunswick shooting suspect faces 32 charges, including attempted murder: RCMP
Janson Baker was arrested on Jan. 6, following a shooting incident that occurred near Riverview High School and a 12-hour manhunt that ended in Amherst.
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Mamadi Camara among participants tonight in Instagram Live event against racial injustice
The event will honour the life of Sheffield Matthews, who was killed in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce during a police intervention, and denounce the injustices committed against Mamadi Camara
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COVID-19: 5 new cases for Peterborough area, close contacts drop by 81
There are 34 active cases of COVID-19 in Peterborough Public Health's jurisdiction as of Wednesday, Feb. 24.
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Paul Woods seeks extra $1M in lawsuit against London Health Sciences Centre
Woods' lawyers argue that their client did not lose the moral authority to lead the hospital, as London Health Sciences Centre has claimed.
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Alberta government announces one-time $561 child benefit for working parents
Alberta parents who use childcare will soon be able to apply to receive a one-time payment of $561 per child through a new Working Parents Benefit.
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West Island health authority: Vaccination sites to open March 1
The COVID-19 vaccination campaign for the general public will begin March 1 for people aged 85 and over, say West Island health officials
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Former top military leaders express ‘deep concerns’ after Vance allegations
Former chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance is facing allegations of inappropriate behaviour with two female subordinates, including while he was in the top post.
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Online reservations for B.C. campsites open on March 8
Discover Camping, the online reservation system, will allow campers to book sites up to two months in advance.
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It’s time to redefine Queer cinema
I’m confronting two sad facts: there is still only a narrow space allotted to lesbian stories, and the majority is taken up by non-lesbians.
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Australia shows you can stand up to Big Tech. Canada should do the same
‘Australia is showing that it is indeed possible to stand up to Big Tech. Canada and other countries should pay careful attention — and follow the Aussies’ example.’
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Whitby hockey player defeats cancer, launches SickKids fundraiser
After a six-month battle with cancer, 11-year-old Tiya Bainbridge is cancer-free and raising funds to help other kids going through the same fight.
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Student charged in stabbing at Somerset, Man., high school
The injured teen was rushed to hospital in Winnipeg where police say he's now listed in stable condition.
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Be wary of falling rocks, says Lake Country; freeze-thaw cycle can amplify natural hazards
The district says the current freeze-thaw cycle can amplify natural hazards, and, despite regular monitoring, rockslides can happen unexpectedly.
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