COVID-19: Peterborough reports 2 new deaths, 830 active cases with 35 in hospital
Peterborough Public Health also reported another 310 resolved cases on Tuesday afternoon.
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Kelowna among top emerging real estate markets in Canada
Kelowna has emerged as real estate market to watch due to its high employment rate and strong construction and healthcare sectors.
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City of Calgary to cover councillor home security systems amid continued threats
Following a briefing from the city's security department, councillors can now access funds to install home security systems.
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Toronto District School Board to reopen schools for in-person learning after snowstorm
The board was forced to shutter its schools after an intense snowstorm rocked the city on Monday. 
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Union calls for policy change after hundreds of TTC buses got stuck in Monday’s snowstorm
A union representing thousands of TTC workers is calling for a change to the way the agency operates in severe weather after hundreds of buses got stuck in Monday's snowstorm.
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COVID-19: Meet a N.B. pharmacist and how he’s taking on vaccine hesitancy
One New Brunswick pharmacist is taking time to help people who are vaccine hesitant to get the shot amid the Omicron wave and government pleas for people to get booster doses.
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COVID-19 virus detected in five Ontario deer: officials
In a Facebook post made Tuesday, the ministry said samples were collected from five white-tailed deer in southwestern Ontario back in November.
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Canada “looking at options” over Ukraine’s requests for weapons, equipment
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly accusing Kremlin of “campaign of disinformation, of misinformation and of propaganda" as NATO warns Russian intelligence is operating inside Ukraine.
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Canadian natural disasters caused insured losses of $2.1 billion in 2021
Floods in B.C., where heavy rains caused mudslides and stranded thousands of people, caused the highest amount of insured damage, at $515 million.
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Alberta educators ‘disappointed’ with new e-tutoring website
Alberta's e-tutoring hub was launched as a resource to help students who may have fallen behind during COVID-19, but it's receiving lacklustre support from educators.
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Winnipeg activist wants kids to share their gifts in debut children’s book
Michael Redhead Champagne's book, We Need Everyone, comes out this fall. He told 680 CJOB it's been something he's wanted to do for a very long time.
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Workers at Teck Resources' B.C. mine to hold ratification vote
The union will schedule a ratification vote to be concluded no later than January, the company said.
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Decisions on Novavax, Medicago COVID-19 vaccines could come within 'weeks': Health Canada
Health Canada is set to complete its reviews of the Novavax and Medicago COVID-19 vaccines 'in the coming weeks,' according to the agency's deputy minister. If authorized by the federal regulator, these vaccines would become the first COVID-19 vaccines to be made in Canada.
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‘This isn’t fair’: Heartbroken residents in Alberta community forced out of flood-prone neighbourhood
Emotions are at an all-time high for homeowners in a small community in Drumheller. The residents living along the Red Deer River have to vacate in just over two years.
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Saskatchewan school divisions pivot as COVID-19 cases continue surge
Schools in Regina and Saskatoon are making adjustments as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the province.
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Cracker Barrel ordered to pay millions to customer who drank bleach
The restaurant's staff had been using drink pitchers to mix cleaning bleach with water.
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Pfizer’s COVID pill is in short supply. Should unvaccinated be prioritized?
"Paxlovid is just yet another piece of the puzzle that helps us manage this illness in people who may be at more risk," said Dr. Gerald Evans of the new COVID-19 treatment.
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Gerry Robertson Community Centre now vaccination-only site
Community Centre in Pierrefonds-Roxboro had also been used as a PCR testing site until Jan. 16.
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Brownstein: Montreal animation studio dancing on Netflix
Cinesite's high-spirited Riverdance: The Animated Adventure, boasts a cast and crew of 400, including Pierce Brosnan, Brendan Gleeson and Lilly Singh.
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More than 10,000 cars reported stolen in Ontario last year, more than one per hour
Insurance companies reported that there 10,900 car theft claims in 2021, which works out to a car going missing every 48 minutes with 48 per cent of those involving SUVS.
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Watch: Leon Draisaitl gets into heated exchange with Oilers reporter
The Oilers have lost six in a row and won just twice in their last 14 games.
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Riverview Park and Zoo’s two-toed sloth Ferrari dies
Ferrari arrived to the Peterborough zoo in 2013 from the Calgary Zoo.
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Calgary man who killed nursing student to serve 15 years before parole eligibility
Keeton Gagnon, who is 43, was found guilty in September of second-degree murder in an unprovoked knife attack on a light-rail transit platform in June 2017.
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Jack Todd: Kent Hughes tasked with returning Canadiens to glory
West Island native charged with the tall order of reversing the fortunes of a team enduring the most calamitous season in its history.
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Teddy bears giving sick children comfort during Saskatchewan hospital visits
Teddy Bears Anonymous says children in Saskatchewan hospitals are comforted by a gift of a teddy tear to cuddle during their surgeries and medical procedures.
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Provincial byelection called in Saskatchewan riding of Athabasca
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has set Feb. 15 as the date for a provincial byelection in the riding of Athabasca.
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After an epic pivot, the Next Stage Festival shifts online
Yes, they’d rather play in person, but creators of three of the nine shows are happy to share their work digitally around the world.
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COVID-19 detected for first time in Ontario wildlife
Samples taken from five free-ranging white-tailed deer in southwestern Ontario have tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first time the virus has been detected in the province’s wildlife.
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Paxlovid pills set to arrive in Saskatchewan this week
The province stressed the availability of the novel treatments will be limited and that they are not a substitute for getting vaccinated.
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Toronto to distribute COVID-19 rapid test kits to child care providers
The City of Toronto said rapid tests will be given to care providers and children 'to be used when they present any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus and its variants.'
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Body of woman found in Kelowna dog park identified
Anyone who may have had contact with Austyn Godfrey prior to 8:30 a.m. on Sunday Jan. 16 is asked to call the RCMP tip line.
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Family hands out free coffee to stuck TTC passengers: Star readers share their tales of snow good deeds
Toronto Star readers sent us their stories about random acts of kindness across the GTA amidst one of the largest snowstorms in recent memory.
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Heather Mallick: Social media dead, new horrible tech pecking at the shell of its egg
All industries decline eventually, including democracy, journalism, film, and carbon.
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Concord Pacific loses appeal in $1.1 billion Vancouver property fight
The dispute between Concord Pacific and Singapore tycoon Oei Hong Leong, which stretches back to 2015, revolves around a 13-acre waterfront tract in the city
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Monday’s snowstorm had major effect on Waterloo Region’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts
Monday’s nasty snowstorm had a drastic impact on the number of COVID-19 vaccinations in Waterloo Region.
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Man shot and killed in Etobicoke Tuesday morning
Toronto police say the shooting happened just before 3 a.m. in the area of Rexdale Boulevard and Islington Avenue.
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Police issue second call for information in search of missing 49-year-old man
Gonzalo Rubi was reported missing on Jan. 13, and was last seen in the area of Allen Avenue and Spruce Street on Dec. 26, London police say.
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Three colleges at Western University allowing first-year students to come back in January
The university angered some students with its plan to have first-years come back to campus a month later than other students.
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