Access to take home drug checking strips expands to over 30 Saskatchewan locations
Drug checking strips will be made available in more than 30 locations across the province.
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Trump bid to keep U.S. Capitol riot records secret questioned by judges
U.S. appeals court judges signaled skepticism toward Donald Trump's bid to keep records about his conversations and actions before and during the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
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Ottawa french public school board paid hackers ransom after data breach
The CEPEO said Tuesday that the personal and financial information of employees dating back to 2000 may have been compromised in a cyberattack.
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Laval man charged with murdering wife wasn't desperate, lawyer says
The Crown's theory of the case is that Ernesto Fera and Nadia Panarello were in serious financial trouble in 2004 and the motive behind the slaying was that Fera would collect on a life insurance policy.
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Canadian adults given an ‘F’ grade for sedentary behaviour, ParticipAction report on fitness finds
Examples of sedentary behaviour include sitting while watching television, playing video games, listening to music, doing paperwork or commuting.
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Omicron variant was in Europe before South Africa announced detection, data shows
Previously, the Netherlands had said it found the Omicron COVID-19 variant among passengers who came from South Africa on Friday, but the new cases predate that.
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Ontario NDP promises minimum wage hike of a buck a year
Andrea Horwath says Ontario’s minimum wage will be $20 by 2026 if she is elected premier.
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City of Toronto staff returning to the office on Jan. 4, civic centres to reopen
Mayor John Tory says city staff who are fully vaccinated will return to the office from working remotely on Jan. 4 for three days a week.
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COVID-19: Quebec reports 784 new cases, 3 more deaths
To date, the province has recorded 448,171 infections and 428,679 recoveries bringing the number of active cases in Quebec to more than 7,900.
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Guelph teen arrested after threat found written on school washroom wall: police
Guelph police say a teenager has been arrested after a threatening message was found written on a washroom wall at a south end high school. 
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Peterborough man charged with careless driving following Chandler Crescent crash
Police say several people in the vehicle fled the scene on foot but a search of the neighbourhood — including the use of a police drone — located the individuals.
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Ontario reaches grim milestone of 10,000 COVID deaths with 687 new cases Tuesday
The province reports 266 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ontario, including 137 patients in intensive care testing positive for the virus.
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Cameron Bailey appointed CEO of Toronto International Film Festival
In announcing the news, TIFF's board of directors cited their confidence in Bailey's ability to steer the non-profit organization through an ever-changing industry.
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COVID-19 vaccinations for children 5 to 11 starting in Interior Health
Parents and guardians must register their children to queue up for the vaccine. When a nearby clinic is available a text or email to book an appointment will be sent.
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Edmonton Oilers practice cancelled as Ceci placed on COVID protocol
The Edmonton Oilers cancelled practice on Tuesday after a player entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocol.
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Six O’Clock Solution: Take a dip with Portuguese-style shrimp
Cookbook author Ana Patuleia Ortins recommends serving shrimp with its broth as a dip.
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Negotiations continue as clock ticks toward Quebec daycare strike Wednesday
The main stumbling block in negotiations is the level of salary increases to be received by kitchen, maintenance and administrative staff.
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Unvaccinated? Starting today you won’t be able to board a plane, train in Canada
The stringent new travel requirement comes into effect as Canada reacts to the emergence of the new, highly mutated Omicron variant of COVID-19.
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COVID-19 pandemic sickness, caregiving benefits to cost feds $873M: PBO
Extending both the sickness and caregiving benefits into next spring – as proposed in Bill C-2 – will cost the government approximately $873 million, the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) estimates.
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Regina man charged with possession of a taser discovered during traffic stop
A 46-year-old Regina man faces several charges including possession of a conducted energy weapon during a traffic stop.
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Breakthrough COVID-19 infections more severe, likely in immunocompromised individuals: Pfizer study
A Pfizer study involving more than a million fully vaccinated people found that COVID-19 breakthrough infections were more common among immunocompromised individuals and were far more likely to lead to hospitalization or death.
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Wolastoqey chiefs seeking compensation in new N.B. land title claim
The companies named in the claim operate on about 20 per cent of the more than 50,000 square kilometres identified in the claim as traditional lands of the Wolastoqey.
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Halifax police investigating shots fired, bullet found inside residence
Halifax Regional Police say shots were fired into a home about a week ago and they are reaching out for the public's help.
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Quebec labour tribunal finds anti-scab regulations apply to telecommuters
Remote work has become so common that the notion of what constitutes an employer's establishment had to be updated, the tribunal found.
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What exactly is an atmospheric river? Extreme weather terms defined
Communities in southwestern B.C. are bracing for more heavy rain forecast to hit the region on Tuesday, as a third atmospheric river moves in.
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Atmospheric rivers, heat domes and other extreme weather terms defined
Communities in southwestern B.C. are bracing for more heavy rain forecast to hit the region on Tuesday, as a third atmospheric river moves in.
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Driver facing charges after serious crash in Port Colborne
OPP say the two-vehicle crash on Highway 3 Monday, happened at the intersection of Brookfield Road in Niagara Region. All three people involved were hospitalized.
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