Russia accuses Canada of ‘ignoring numerous crimes’ by Ukraine amid rising tensions
The Russian embassy in Canada pushed back on Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly's tweet memorializing the thousands of Ukrainian soldiers killed in the country's eastern front.
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Trumpeter swans a welcome sight on Toronto waterfont
I came across V64 — let’s call her Vesper — in the Port Lands a few days ago when the mercury finally rose above freezing and I dared venture out
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Pay-what-you-want market and café brings fresh food, community to Calgarians
A new, pay-what-you-can-afford market is putting the high cost of fresh produce back within the reach of Calgarians.
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RCMP arrest one, search for two more suspects in Portage la Prairie armed robbery
One suspect has been arrested, but two are still on the loose as police look to catch those they allege were part of an armed robbery in Portage la Prairie Monday.
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COVID-19: Hospital execs urging Hamiltonians to ‘seek out’ other options if not an emergency
A trio of health care execs are suggesting options for 'mild' illnesses and conditions as ICUs and hospital ward continue to be over run due to the pandemic.
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Toronto to begin tagging, towing cars Wednesday as snow cleanup continues
On Monday, the City of Toronto declared a "major snow storm condition," to help with the snow removal process.
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A lack of jobs in Kabul is leading to an ever-worsening hunger crisis
Afghanistan's capital was turned into a fortress to defend itself against the Taliban, but now it's Taliban fighters that are guarding the soaring concrete walls and layers of armoured barriers — all while a humanitarian crisis of hunger grows in the city.
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COVID-19: B.C. gym owners thrilled to open again, do 'what we love'
Advocates say a calm approach and scientific data helped gyms in their quest to reopen
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Perfetti scores first career goal but Jets fall to Capitals in OT
Cole Perfetti, Kyle Connor and Pierre-Luc Dubois scored in the loss.
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Regina police issue warning of high-risk offender living in Rosemont–Mount Royal neighbourhood
Regina Police Service is issuing a public advisory on a man, who is considered to be a high risk to reoffend sexually.
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Shakespeare Kelowna Theatre Society makes pandemic pivot to film
"It was really important, I think, to keep Shakespeare going."
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Some businesses frustrated as Broadway Subway Project impedes access, parking
Portions of the busy corridor, its sidewalks and parking stalls have been blocked off for months to accommodate work on the Broadway Subway Project.
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Penticton council gives green light to controversial Lakeshore redevelopment
After much debate, a four-storey eight-unit apartment building will soon live at 602 Lakeshore Drive.
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Canadiens GM Kent Hughes earns high praise from his college coach
Bill Beaney, who was behind bench at Middlebury College for 28 years, says Hughes had the best hockey sense of any player he ever coached.
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B.C. health officials admit problems with COVID rapid test deployment
"I expect those rapid tests will be distributed where there may be an interim supply problem, but I think the supply issue should largely be resolved soon," said Health Minister Adrian Dix.
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COVID-19: NHL to stop testing asymptomatic players post All-Star break
The NHL will stop testing asymptomatic players, coaches and staff who are fully vaccinated following the All-Star break in early February.
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Vaccine mandate: How a wrongful dismissal claim could play out
As workplaces enforce their own vaccine mandates, it remains to be seen just how many wrongful dismissal claims will be launched and whether they will stand up to legal scrutiny. CTVNews.ca speaks to lawyers about what a wrongful dismissal claim could look like.
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COVID-19: B.C. to get 4,000 treatment courses of antiviral drug cocktail
"This is Canada's first oral antiviral treatment (Paxlovid) for mild to moderate COVID-19, and it's specifically for those individuals at highest risk of developing more severe illness and ending up in hospital," said provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry
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Peter McKnight: Universal vaccine only way to put coronavirus pandemics behind us for good
Opinion: Prospect of intentionally exposing volunteer subjects to potentially lethal virus in studies is highly controversial but given the potential benefits, is worth addressing the ethical concerns
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He got a ticket, then called the police chief. But the suspension of the first Black justice minister in Canada is drawing criticism from some
‘If you’re a high-ranking Black person, then I feel like you’re kind of expected to use your power to push back against feelings of racism’
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