Stolen property investigation nets 7 arrests in Brandon

Seven people are facing charges after police in Brandon allegedly recovered a “large amount” of stolen property earlier this week.
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Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Purifoy detained after Regina restaurant ‘disturbance’
Saskatchewan Roughriders player Loucheiz Purifoy says he was with teammates at a Regina restaurant where a disturbance occurred on Nov. 28.
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N.S. long-term care workers rally across the province for better working conditions
'People don't realize these employers don't control the wages, they don't control the staffing ratios – it's all controlled by the government,' said rallying health-care workers.
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CRA encourages flood-impacted Canadians to apply for tax relief
Storms on the west and east coasts of Canada have caused millions in dollars of damage to homes and critical infrastructure.
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ASIRT executive director resigns after 7-year stint
"I can confirm that I am leaving ASIRT. Other than that, I have no comment, sorry," Hughson said in an email to Global News.
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Netflix Canada in December 2021: What’s new this month
Here's Jaime Weinman's list of the new shows and movies worth checking out on Netflix in Canada The post Netflix Canada in December 2021: What’s new this month appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Toys for remote northern communities set to leave CFB Trenton
The RCMP are set to sent thousands of toys to children in remote northern Canadian communities as part of their eleventh anual Toys for the North Christmas program.
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New Brunswick trailing behind Canada in work model for family doctors: report
The report says this reduces their availability and creates more demand for after-hours clinics.
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Two trucking companies serving Vancouver port threaten to strike Friday
Extreme weather has already left several of B.C.'s key transit arteries underwater, causing companies to increasingly turn to the skies and waterways for shipping goods.
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Omicron variant reignites calls for Canada to support waiving of COVID-19 vaccine IP
In light of the emergence of the new Omicron variant of concern, calls are mounting once again for Canada to support a global initiative to temporarily waive intellectual property restrictions on COVID-19 vaccines.
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Suspicious death investigation underway west of Edmonton
The investigation began after a body was discovered in the area of Range Road 271 between Highway 16A and Highway 628 in Spruce Grove, Alta. 
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Quebec announces details of $3.9B plan to address labour shortages
Legault says the money will go toward bursaries and work-study programs, with the goal of attracting students to earn degrees in sectors of the economy targeted by the government.
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Omicron and travel: What new travel restrictions mean for refunds and insurance
If the new Omicron COVID-19 variant scuttles your plans this holiday season, will you get your money back? When the pandemic began some carriers adopted flexible booking options.
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More than 200 Toronto police members placed on unpaid leave as vaccine mandate takes effect
'As we do every day, the service is prioritizing frontline and priority response to ensure public safety is not impacted during this period,' Chief James Ramer said.
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Omicron variant: Canada expands travel ban, seeks booster guidance
Canada is restricting travel from three more African countries and seeking guidance on COVID-19 boosters amid the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
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Quebec to include Indigenous perspectives in education review, add Indigenous content
The Quebec government will invest almost $20 million to better integrate young Indigenous people into the education system and teach young Quebecers after First Nations.
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COVID-19: 2 people under age of 19 hospitalized in N.B., outbreaks at three hospitals
There was also one new death related to COVID-19 on Tuesday, of a person in their 70s in the Fredericton region.
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Transport trucks collide north of Stratford causing road closures
Ontario Provincial Police in Perth County say road closures are in effect and an investigation is underway after two transport trucks collided about 15 km north of Stratford.
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Petr Mrazek nearing a return for Maple Leafs
Maple Leafs goalie Petr Mrazek is inching closer to a return from injury.
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Brownstein: No stopping Montreal filmmaker David Lipper
A Christmas Letter is one of six projects to hit the screen in two years.
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New technology will help fight spam calls, CRTC says
The federal telecommunications regulator says new technology will help reduce the frequency and impact of caller ID spoofing.
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Kingston-area adds 29 new cases, one new death, active case number drops
Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health are reporting 29 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. However, the region is also reporting a new death.
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Wad of U.S. cash found in donated laptop bag: Penticton RCMP
Penticton's Care Closet board member Erin Beck said donations come from up and down the valley, so there's no telling where it's from.
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Private sector closes pay gap with Quebec public administration
The president of the FTQ union says pay disparity will make it harder to attract employees in the public service.
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Quebec judge rules Justin Trudeau didn’t defame woman who heckled him at 2018 rally
Justice Michele Monast ruled in a decision released Monday that Trudeau's actions were not unreasonable and that his statements weren't defamatory.
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Cruise ships returning to Victoria after two-year absence
The first cruise ship in two years is expected to arrive at Ogden Point on April 6.
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‘Extreme’ avalanche risk forecast in some parts of B.C., warns Avalanche Canada
Avalanche Canada is urging B.C. recreationalists to take a close look at the danger zones before packing their bags for an adventure this week.
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Australian man charged in foiled attempt to smuggle drugs from B.C.
More than four kilograms of suspected methamphetamine were found stashed in the frame of a painting destined for Australia.
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Police urge caution, essential travel only on Highway 3 after series of crashes
One person died in a single-vehicle crash on Monday morning, just days after three people dying were killed when two transport trucks collided head-on in the same area.
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COVID-strained health care led to 4K deaths. How do we stop it from happening again?
COVID-19's broader impact on the health-care system led to 4,000 deaths over a few months in 2020, a new report suggests, which has experts calling for enhancements —quickly.
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Vinay Menon: Fauci is a 2021 trending pet name — maybe animals can help humans reconnect after the pandemic
Rover.com’s annual list of “Canada’s Most Popular Pet Names and Trends of 2021” shows pet naming this year was influenced by COVID-19. No matter the name, if I’m walking a dog I would welcome sidewalk chit-chat with other dog owners, even if their beast was garbed in a MAGA sweater, writes Vinay Menon.
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Fire concerns prompt City of Kingston to bar access to Memorial Centre barns
The City of Kingston has posted a trespass notice for the Memorial Centre barns as a safety precaution in response to a fire that broke out over the weekend.
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B.C. health officials set to provide COVID-19 amid Omicron variant concerns
The COVID-19 briefing will be carried live at 1:30 pm on BC1, the Global BC Facebook page and here on the Global BC website.
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Canada's ban on single-use plastic items delayed until 2022
While the government announced in the fall of 2020 that its ban on several single-use plastic items would take effect by the end of this year, Environment and Climate Change Canada now says final regulations will be published some time next year instead.
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Quebec police department suspends 5 officers following violent arrest of Black teens
Premier Legault said he has faith in the internal investigation being done by the Quebec City police service, as well as the one being conducted by the Police Ethics Commissioner.
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Racing Roundup: F1, NASCAR not particularly welcoming
Larson, Herta best stay put, Sir Frank Williams dies and all the week’s news.
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Omicron variant not yet detected in Saskatchewan; 40 people told to test, isolate
Forty individuals in Saskatchewan who recently traveled from southern African regions are to quarantine for 14 days in an effort to curb the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.
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Police probe protester incidents at children’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic in North Bay, Ont.
Police in North Bay, Ont., say they are investigating reports of people being accosted by protesters at a children's COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
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Daniel Lamarre steps down as Cirque du Soleil CEO and president
Longtime Cirque du Soleil CEO and president Daniel Lamarre is passing the baton to Stéphane Lefebvre who had been operating as the company's CFO for the past five years.
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Investigation into thefts from vehicles, property leads to 5 arrests: Cobourg police
Since October, Cobourg police have responded to 53 reports of thefts from vehicles throughout the town. In 10 of the incidents, a window was smashed to gain access to the vehicle.
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