Trump files lawsuit to block release of Jan. 6 documents

Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday sought to block the release of documents related to the Jan. 6 insurrection to the congressional committee investigating the attack, challenging the decision of President Joe Biden.
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Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks Jr. says he feels ‘demonized’
Darrell Brooks Jr. been charged with six counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
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Germany announces COVID-19 lockdown measures for unvaccinated
Germany's parliament will also consider a general vaccine mandate as part of efforts to curb rapidly rising COVID-19 infections.
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Supreme Court of Canada agrees to hear appeal in notorious 'Surrey Six' case
The Supreme Court of Canada gave no reasons today for agreeing to hear an appeal application from the Crown, while dismissing a cross-appeal from the two men.
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Two snowmobilers located dead in northern Saskatchewan
Two men from Wollaston Lake, Sask., were found dead after the snowmobile they were driving entered open water.
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Family believes man was victim of Quebec's decision to close ER at night
"We knew it would happen, we said so from the beginning," says the mayor of a small town in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region.
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Saskatoon city council approves 2022-23 property tax hike
Ward 5 Coun. Randy Donauer had sought to reduce the overall property tax increase by half a cent point.
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Peterborough robbery suspect pepper sprays victims: police
Police say a suspect pepper-sprayed two people and stole an item after meeting them at a parking lot to complete a sale.
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Ontario reports 959 new COVID-19 cases, 7 more deaths
Of the 959 new cases recorded, 446 were unvaccinated people, 23 were partially vaccinated, 429 were fully vaccinated and for 61 people the vaccination status was unknown.
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The Montreal Canadiens said both players are being monitored by team doctors.
The Montreal Canadiens said both players are being monitored by team doctors.
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Two face $2,422 fines after police say they violated COVID-19 health measures in N.S.
Two people on separate occasions have been fined for violating COVID-19 enforcement measures in Halifax.
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Ontario reports 959 new COVID-19 cases, seven more deaths
Ontario health officials are reporting 959 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths due to the disease.
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Belleville Police looking for pellet gun shooting suspect
Belleville Police are looking for the person responsible for shooting a pellet or BB gun outside a Bridge St. East apartment building Tuesday night.
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Rideau Hall internal cyber network hit by ‘breach’ — effects unclear
In a statement issued Thursday morning, the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General said there had been 'an unauthorized access to its internal network.'
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COVID-19 update for Dec. 2: 375 new cases, seven deaths | Some B.C. places of worship prepare to check vaccine status at the door
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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Douglas Todd: Ontario should follow B.C. in quest for housing affordability
Analysis: B.C.’s government in the past four years has had a better record than Ontario’s in tempering housing prices.
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Global food prices climb in November to stay at 10-year high
World food prices rose for a fourth straight month in November.
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Man found seriously injured in Winnipeg’s West End
The Winnipeg Police Service said they found a man who was seriously injured in the city's west end early Thursday morning.
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J.T. Miller’s 3-point night leads Canucks past Senators 6-2
The Vancouver Canucks took down a struggling Ottawa Senators squad on Wednesday night, led by a three-point effort from J.T. Miller.
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Gov. Gen. Mary Simon’s office says its internal network was hacked
The Office of the Secretary to the Governor General says it is working with the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security to investigate the matter.
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Driver fatigue might have been behind fatal crash, Sûreté du Québec says
Firefighters needed hydraulic pliers to free the truck driver from the wreckage of the vehicle.
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COVID-19: 95 per cent of Guelph police members are fully vaccinated
As of Wednesday, more than 95 per cent of Guelph police's active service members are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Power outages affect parts of Hamilton Mountain and Stoney Creek
Alecta Utilities says power should be fully restored by noon on Thursday.
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Canadian airports warn of 'chaos' amid new COVID-19 testing rules
Canada's plan to require novel coronavirus tests for all but U.S. arrivals on international flights risks causing 'chaos' and long lines if all passengers are expected to get tested at airports, industry groups said.
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Business Cares Food Drive launches 22nd annual campaign in London, Ont.
The three-week Business Cares Food Drive campaign begins in earnest this weekend with a drive at grocery stores from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 3 and 4.
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Toronto police search for man wanted for allegedly pushing another man on subway tracks
The 36-year-old man was pushed and fell onto the tracks as a train approached, which struck and dragged him, Toronto police said.
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Temperature records toppled in the Okanagan, cooler days to return
In Kelowna, the mercury reached 13 C by 7 a.m., breaking the previous record from Dec. 1, 2012, and then surpassed it by almost four degrees.
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New Brunswick raises minimum wage by $2 per hour
The New Brunswick government has raised minimum wage by $2, but $13.75 standard won't be fully in place until at least October 2022.
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The AFNQL-organized Grand Circle of Indigenous People and Quebec summit brings community leaders, corporations together
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Vancouver Weather: Mainly cloudy, then sunny
There's a slight chance of showers in the forecast for this morning but otherwise Metro Vancouver residents should have a reprieve from the rainy weather today.
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Germany excludes unvaccinated from parts of public life
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that people who aren't vaccinated will be excluded from nonessential stores, cultural and recreational venues, and parliament will consider a general vaccine mandate, as part of an effort to curb coronavirus infections that again topped 70,000 newly confirmed cases in a 24-hour period.
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Canadians will need COVID-19 test day before flying to United States: officials
Starting early next week, Canadians flying into the United States will now need to get a COVID-19 test a day before heading into the country, U.S. officials say.
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