Snowmobiler facing impaired driving charges, Corman Park police say

Corman Park police say a 34-year-old snowmobiler who was stopped this past weekend is facing impaired driving charges.
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Hamilton reports 30 new COVID-19 cases, reveals location of two large scale vaccination sites
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COVID-19: B.C. First Nations leaders battle vaccine misinformation
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Less than a dozen bats from colony in Saskatchewan rink to go back into hibernation
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Alberta’s Bottcher hands Wild Card Three’s Middaugh his first loss at Brier
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SHA warns of risks in loosening coronavirus rules
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Curfew is hard on Quebec cinemas, but they're glad to be open 
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Provincial government under fire for lack of pay-equity law
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‘Confusion of messages’ about delayed second dose risks hurting confidence in COVID-19 vaccines, MPs warned
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Thompson citizens share stories of inspirational girls, women for International Women’s Day
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Vancouver developer convicted of compromising health of trees
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Actor filming in Vancouver says dogs and wife attacked by coyote in Stanley Park
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Nova Scotia Health issues warning after two Halifax-area drug overdoses
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Tsilhqot’in National Government appeals Gibraltar Mines’ discharge into Fraser River
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