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John Mann of Spirit of the West dead at 57
"Surrounded by friends and loving family until the end, all were reminded of John’s rich legacy," the band said in a message posted to its Facebook page
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Transit commission approves 3-month OC Transpo fare freeze in early 2020
The City of Ottawa's transit commission supported delaying a scheduled fare freeze until after March 31 as it deliberated the 2020 draft budget on Wednesday.
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Having to reach out a difficult thing’: Kelowna Salvation Army on Christmas assistance
This week, the Salvation Army is registering people and families in need for its Christmas assistance program, which provides food gift cards and toys for children.
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Why Trudeau’s cabinet is still all blurry on the western front
The PM wisely avoided a stunt move like appointing an unelected Albertan. And he spoke of the energy industry with some overdue respect. The post Why Trudeau’s cabinet is still all blurry on the western front appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Canadian class action proposed over alleged carcinogenic herbicide
Lawyers for a group of Canadians affected by cancer they blame on exposure to a weed killer have filed three proposed class-action lawsuits against the product's manufacturer, alleging Bayer and Monsanto knowingly endangered lives.
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‘I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO’: Trump carries large, bolded notes during impeachment inquiry
Trump's notes, believed to have been written with a Sharpie, became an off-beat moment during an otherwise serious week of public impeachment inquiries.
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Maple Leafs firing Mike Babcock was long overdue
Well, that didn’t take long. After just 23 games, Mike Babcock was fired as the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Truthfully, it should have happened earlier. It was no secret that after losing in Game 7 to the Boston Bruins, Babcock entered this year with his job in jeopardy. Once GM Kyle Dubas […]
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Family calls for more palliative care after Laval hospital sent their dying mother home
The family of a 72-year-old woman who died just hours after being discharged from a Laval hospital is waiting for answers and hasn't ruled out taking legal action.
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Somali-Canadian activist Almaas Elman killed in Mogadishu
The Somali government says a Somali-Canadian human rights activist and diplomat has been killed.
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Faulty air-conditioning units discussed at 2017 TCHC committee meeting
Former Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) board member Catherine Wilkinson says she was “horrified” to hear about tragic death of two-year-old Crystal Mirogho. “The death was entirely avoidable,” she said Wednesday of the Remembrance Day accident which saw an air conditioner topple from an eighth-floor window at 3487 Lawrence Ave. E. right on top of […]
Toronto Sun
4 men heading to prison for roles in northern B.C. drug trafficking ring based in Chilliwack
The leader of the operation, Clayton Archie Eheler of Chilliwack, will serve a nine-year stint behind bars, while his associate Mathew Jordan Thiessen was sentenced to six years.
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Jonathan Wilkinson and a stick of dynamite
Shannon Proudfoot: The new minister of environment and climate change has a very hard job—and an intriguing background well suited to it The post Jonathan Wilkinson and a stick of dynamite appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Nova Scotia RCMP investigating fatal crash on Highway 12
The Mounties say Highway 12 between Butler Road and New Ross, N.S., is closed in both directions as they investigate the crash.
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Closed B.C. beaches serve up worst of paralytic shellfish poisonings
Tests on contaminated seafood found toxin levels up to 250 times the regulatory limit
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Trans flag raised for 1st time at B.C. legislature on Transgender Day of Remembrance
Community members and provincial representatives gathered in Victoria to witness the first-ever raising of the transgender flag at the B.C. legislature. 
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In wake of Bloc surge, Quebec MPs take prominent roles in new Liberal cabinet
Even as Trudeau looks to soothe regional tensions with western Canada, the Liberals are also reaching out to Quebec, with promotions for several Quebec ministers
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New YWCA centre adds 51 child care spaces to Regina
The centre, located near two schools, will offer a before-and-after school program, with evening and weekend care slated to start soon.
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Map reveals most dangerous places in the world
A new map is revealing the world’s most dangerous countries for violence and medical threats. Topping the charts are the war zones of Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria and Sudan. But according to the Manchester Evening News, the Travel Risk Map also throws cold water on trips to Haiti, North Korea, Venezuela, Liberia and Niger. The […]
Toronto Sun
Man stabbed in northwest Calgary
Police said emergency crews found a man holding his stomach saying he had been stabbed in the 4800 block of Dalton Drive N.W. after 4 p.m.
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Ian Mulgrew: Government in denial over medicare crisis
OPINION: 'It is clear that 
the government will never provide the timely 
diagnostic and surgical services.'
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Sask. Health Authority executive member disputes characterization of ‘hush memo’
The Saskatchewan Health Authority's chief medical officer said physicians are allowed to raise concerns, and a controversial memo is about privacy concerns.
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Regional District of North Okanagan issues water quality notice for Greater Vernon
The regional district said once repairs are made to the UV facility, the water quality notice will be rescinded.
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TRAIKOS: Leafs GM Kyle Dubas has no more excuses after firing Mike Babcock
If you didn’t know what Kyle Dubas looks like, you do now. He’s the baby-faced general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The data-driven millennial with the hipster glasses and the boyish smile. He’s also the guy in the crosshairs. And he’s all out of bullets. In firing Mike Babcock on Wednesday — a decision […]
Toronto Sun
As repairs pile up, STM buses on Montreal roads are at a 10-year low
With breakdowns at a new high, Valérie Plante will be announcing the addition of 300 buses to the fleet by the end of the year.
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'A punch to the gut': Man furious after getting health card renewal form for his dead mother
A Hamilton, Ont. man is furious after he received a health card renewal form from the Province of Ontario for his dead mother.
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Legault open to idea of ‘Amazon Quebec’ to promote local retailers
The premier told reporters he is concerned about the lack of Quebec-made products available on Amazon and wants to make sure the company isn't just selling American products to Quebecers.
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Former China booster urges Ottawa to take tough measures against Beijing in ‘reset’ of relations
Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, a former Canada-China friendship society VP, suggests banning foreign real estate purchases from China in order for Canada to take a hard line with Beijing over arrest of Canadians.
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ASIRT probes circumstances surrounding hospitalization of woman after arrest by Blood Tribe police
"In this case, it is not yet known whether the woman's deteriorating condition was the result of a medical event or injury," ASIRT said.
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Somali-Canadian Almaas Elman killed in Mogadishu: reports
A spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada confirmed that a Canadian citizen died in a shooting in Somalia but could not disclose further information due to the Privacy Act.
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FAREWELL PRINCE: Epstein-embroiled Andrew steps back from duties
Prince Andrew stepped down from his public duties Wednesday in a swirling tornado of scandal, disgrace and utter contempt. And not a minute too soon for the British Royal Family as Andrew’s PR trainwreck unfolded over the past four days. At the crux of Andrew’s implosion is his relationship with billionaire pervert Jeffrey Epstein who […]
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2 Sask. cities ranked in Canada’s most dangerous places
Two Saskatchewan cities are in the top five of this year’s list of Maclean’s magazine for most dangerous places in the country.
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Emma Teitel: Want the Leafs to win? Here’s an idea
News is breaking that Leafs head coach Mike Babcock has been fired, in no small part because the Leafs have lost all but two of the last 16 games writes Emma Teitel. She has a winning theory to turn the team around.
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The lesson behind Canada’s most dangerous cities
How can we talk about crime—and where it’s happening—without talking about the conditions that create and sustain it? The post The lesson behind Canada’s most dangerous cities appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Most University of B.C. students out or leaving Hong Kong amid turmoil
The university says 31 of its students were attending four universities in Hong Kong, where protests have grown increasingly violent, and now 20 of them have been able to leave the area.
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Cross off the distracted driver on your Xmas list with hands-free tech this year
Global News spoke to SGI about what constitutes distracted driving, and ways to legally and safely use devices in a vehicle.
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Alberta premier urges federal ministers to take province’s concerns seriously
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, equalization payments and federal laws that Kenney says hurt Alberta's energy industry have all been brought up as concerns.
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EDITORIAL: New cabinet needs to put Canadians first
The swearing in of a slightly revised federal cabinet is only slightly more interesting to regular Canadians than a cabinet shuffle, which is to say hardly at all. These are the sorts of events that those who inhabit the political bubble treat it like Christmas Day and the rest of us yawn and wonder what […]
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Insurance premiums jump for some Alta. condo buildings
Insurance premiums at some Alberta condominiums have gone up dramatically in the last year, prompting concern from condo owners who have to pick up the tab on the bills.
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Rick Zamperin: Toronto Maple Leafs press panic button, fire Mike Babcock
Stuck in the depths of a six-game losing streak, the Toronto Maple Leafs fired head coach Mike Babcock Wednesday.
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John Ivison: For the most part, bloated Trudeau cabinet is window dressing and little else
It seems to have finally dawned that it is time to put away childish things – the costumes, the photo ops, the posturing – and become a grown-up government
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Net zero by 2050: London city staff unveil climate change recommendations
London city staff are unveiling a proposal to develop a comprehensive action plan to get the city to net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
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Gregor Chisholm: Blue Jays add pitcher Hatch, infielder Espinal to 40-man roster
Mayza outrighted to Buffalo, Shafer designated for assignment as Jays protect prospects from Rule 5 draft.
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