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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5 things to know for Wednesday, January 26, 2022
The Bank of Canada is set to make an announcement on interest rates, the Transport Minister says there’s no need to fear a food shortage from the trucker vaccine mandate, and a prosecutor in Mexico says the killing of two Canadians was motivated by a gang debt. Here's what you need to know today.
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Cosmos owner buys land on metaverse for N.D.G. diner
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Canadian government report accuses China of widespread campaign of espionage, manipulation
The report alleges Beijing has been using its Overseas Chinese Affairs Office to target communist party opponents.
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Dad’s grief won’t go away as he feels responsible for mom’s death from cancer: Ask Ellie
Find a grief therapist for your father, writes advice columnist Ellie, which is someone trained to deal with the deeper issues of a grief that doesn’t ease
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When a father of triplets lost his wife last year, his Regent Park community rallied around him
Regent Park widower Curtis McCleary is raising his triplet daughters — with help from members of the local community and a Toronto police officer.
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Bell Let's Talk: Raising funds and destigmatizing mental health
As the global pandemic enters its third year, initiatives like Bell Let's Talk Day aims to help people of all backgrounds and age groups struggling with the mental health, especially amid the impact of COVID-19.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Transport minister says vaccine mandate for truckers not causing food shortage, empty shelves; Beijing sees uptick in COVID cases ahead of Olympics
Meanwhile, Austria will lift its lockdown for unvaccinated residents.
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Ngola lawsuit: Could Facebook be held responsible for hateful comments about a former N.B. doctor?
Dr. Jean-Robert Ngola is suing Facebook, alleging it failed to curb the racism and hate directed toward him after he was accused of starting a COVID-19 outbreak.
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4 new historical fiction novels that reimagine real-life figures you’ll get to know better
Richard the III and the Plantagenet line, King Lear’s unseen wife, a spy named Olga Gray, and Sylvia Beach of Paris’ Shakespeare and Company bookstore
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Pfizer’s Paxlovid pill is here. Can it get to the people who need it?
“The drug works and the data is very good.” But the limited supply and the need for quick diagnoses will complicate prescriptions.
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Detectives have probed Barry and Honey Sherman’s estate plans for murder clues — why, they won’t say
Toronto police have referenced the billionaire couple’s estate plans in “a number of” judicial requests for search warrants, but refuse to say why this is part of their case.
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Sparkling Water: Nordic Bridges dazzle Harbourfront with the chillest artists in outdoor light exhibition
The Nordic Bridges cultural exchange with countries including Iceland, Finland and Sweden will see new art all year and kicks off by switching on Nordic Lights
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Pizza Hut faces $150 million class action over alleged misclassification of delivery drivers
In response, restaurant chain says its franchisees “engage delivery drivers in accordance with all applicable laws.”
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COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers not causing food shortage, empty shelves: Alghabra
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra is assuring Canadians there's no reason to fear food shortages will result from a small minority of truck drivers refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate in order to cross the Canada-U.S. border.
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COVID-19 infection rates peaking in some provinces, surging in others
As the Omicron-fuelled fifth wave of the pandemic appears to be peaking in some provinces, prompting plans to ease some COVID-19 restrictions, others are still dealing with surging cases pushing hospitals to the brink.
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Bank of Canada set to make rate call with some expecting first hike
Economic eyes will be on the Bank of Canada this morning as the central bank is scheduled to make an announcement about its trendsetting interest rate.
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'Fight Club' has a new ending in China where the authorities win
More than two decades after its release, 'Fight Club' has been given a very different ending in China -- and this time, the authorities win.
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U.K. not ruling out sanctions against Russia's Putin
Britain is not ruling out sanctions targetted at Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin in person if Russia invades Ukraine, U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Wednesday.
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Integrated Homicide Investigations Team called after “serious incident” in Richmond
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DineSafe Toronto: Food safety inspectors find serious health violations at 10 local eateries (Jan. 26)
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