Nearly 60% of Canadians polled say they have been targeted by cybercrime
The Pollara survey results of 2,000 people were released Thursday as part of an effort to stimulate a national debate about cybersecurity and privacy.
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Liberals to expand citizenship eligibility to non-biological offspring
The government announced Thursday that it will allow non-biological Canadian parents who are a child's legal parent at birth to pass down their citizenship.
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Ontario government, NDP give conflicting accounts on handling of pandemic at long-term care homes
The NDP says the province is not prioritizing the needs of seniors, while the government is calling that assertion inaccurate. 
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'Glee' Star Naya Rivera Missing, Feared Drowned After Boat Ride With 4-Year-Old Son
“Glee” star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned following a boat ride with her young son on a reservoir in California.The actor’s 4-year-old son was discovered alone in the boat they had rented on Lake Piru, in the Los Padres National Forest, on Wednesday afternoon, CBS Los Angeles reported.Hapening now: Search for possible drowning victim at Lake Piru. @VCAirUnit@fillmoresheriff on scene. SAR Dive Team and PIO on the way.— Ventura Co. Sheriff (@VENTURASHERIFF) July 9, 2020The mother and son had been swimming, and Rivera never returned to the vessel, the boy reportedly told investigators.Drones, dive teams and helicopters scoured the reservoir for the 33-year-old actor on Wednesday. On Thursday, law enforcement said that they believe Rivera drowned and that the search is now a recovery operation, CNN reports.“We’re presuming that an accident happened and we’re presuming she drowned in the lake,” Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Dyer said at a news conference, per CNN.Rivera had posted a photo of herself and her son on social media shortly before her disappearance. Her son, who was asleep and wearing a life vest when he was found, is “in good health,” according to the sheriff’s department.just the two of us pic.twitter.com/wCunAlGJ1B— Naya Rivera (@NayaRivera) July 7, 2020Multiple teams continued to search for Rivera’s location on Thursday afternoon, the sheriff’s department said on Twitter.Multiple teams of professional search & rescue personnel are actively searching Lake Piru for clues to the location of Naya Rivera. With over 80 people involved in the search right now, we are using helicopters, boats, ATV vehicles, and ground personnel to try and locate her. pic.twitter.com/o2bN5sQFms— Ventura Co. Sheriff (@VENTURASHERIFF) July 9, 2020RELATED Naya Rivera's Sweetest Moments With Her Son Lea Michele Apologizes After Several Black Co-Stars Blast Her On-Set Behaviour Why Everyone Is Obsessed With 'I May Destroy You'
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Saanich Junior Braves hockey team will change name to respect First Nations
The Saanich Junior Braves name and logo have been in use since 1967 when the team first joined the Vancouver Island Junior League.
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Man dead after police-involved shooting in Eastern Passage
Few details have been released, but the neighbour tells Global News the man was on his doorstop with a pistol in his hand. 
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2 facing 40 criminal charges following drug-trafficking investigation in Barrie, Ont.
On Wednesday afternoon, Barrie police officers stopped a vehicle with two occupants in it as it exited Highway 400 at Dunlop Street, a Barrie police spokesperson said.
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RCMP appeal for video in Prince George hotel fire that killed 3
Mounties are looking for images captured within a two-block radius of the Econo Lodge hotel on Victoria Street, taken between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. on July 8. 
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Predators, not people, killed cats in Kelowna area, says B.C. SPCA
The B.C. SPCA says injuries caused by predators can be so precise that they’re sometimes mistaken for those made by human tools.
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Money is still the number one thing keeping Canadians up at night. The pandemic only makes it worse
Four in 10 said the COVID-19 pandemic has added to their financial stress levels, a new survey shows, and one expert points out that financial stress isn’t felt equally.
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Two dead in Vaughan after SUV hits pedestrian, drives off second-storey parking deck
Police, firefighters, paramedics, coroner at scene.
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‘It’s like developing feelings for a video of someone instead of the real person’: Dating during the coronavirus
Shawn Rozen: The pandemic is almost like a perpetual third wheel, hindering dates in moving from platonic to romantic The post ‘It’s like developing feelings for a video of someone instead of the real person’: Dating during the coronavirus appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Wellington County OPP sees spike in charges during Canada Day traffic blitz
The detachment is reporting 244 charges laid on the road between June 27 and July 5.
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‘Vowed myself to silence’: Woman says she couldn’t cope after Edmonton attack
The woman, in her victim impact statement in court on Thursday, said she decided to go to police when she realized there were other victims.
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Coronavirus: 19th day without new case in Peterborough; 2 cases resolved in City of Kawartha Lakes
Peterborough Public Health last declared a new case of the coronavirus on June 20.
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Alberta RCMP investigating two Bitcoin scams
Victims were contacted over the phone by people claiming to be police officers and demanding they deposit money into a Bitcoin machine.
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HASSAN: What face masks tell us about the niqab
One annoying narrative emerging from the COVID-19 seclusion is the way some religious people gloat about the niqab being somehow equivalent to the now mandated masks. “See?” they say. “The government wanted to ban the niqab, but Allah has decreed otherwise. Now everyone must wear a niqab.” Let it be clear: a face covering during […]
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Fiscal snapshot supports calls for a gendered approach to economic relief
Among the many findings of the federal government’s fiscal snapshot released Wednesday, is the glaring conclusion that women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
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Peterborough painter wins $250,000 on lottery scratch ticket
Ilias Koutoulakis, 54, of Peterborough, earned the top prize on an Instant Crossword Deluxe ticket.
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10/3 podcast: How Trudeau's ties to WE charity brought on a third ethics probe
What seemed like a noble program in the middle of a pandemic — a grant that would pay students for volunteer hours — has turned into a political nightmare for the prime minister. The Justin Trudeau government’s $900-million Canada Student Service Grant  program was awarded to WE Charity, an organization with ties to the PM and his family members. Amid controversy, WE has pulled out of the project, but it has continued to dog Justin Trudeau. Dave is joined by National Post political reporter Christopher Nardi. Subscribe to 10/3 on your favourite podcast app.
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Probe into doctors’ blood-alcohol ‘game’ flooded with Indigenous stories of health-care racism in B.C.
‘As an Indigenous person, I’m not completely shocked. The stories that I’ve heard are very difficult stories. . . . In some instances, they’re stories where a person’s life has been lost.’
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Winnipeg Jets’ players back in the city and set to return to ice
The Winnipeg Jets announced Thursday they have started the NHL's Phase 2 Return to Play Plan allowing players to skate in small groups at the Bell MTS Iceplex.
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Safia Nolin accuses TV star Maripier Morin of sexual harassment
Singer-songwriter, who is openly gay, says she was assaulted in Montreal bar in 2018 by Morin, who has apologized and is now taking a break.
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Quebec provincial police arrest man in connection with fiery 2019 Highway 440 crash
The crash killed four people and injured 15 others.
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Lasting programs needed to cure our social wounds
Short-term bandages are not enough to improve health and welfare of our most marginalized members of society, Dr. Gary Bloch writes.
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CUSMA won’t limit Canadian retaliation against U.S. tariffs: negotiator
Steve Verheul say that under the terms of the May 2019 agreement on tariffs, Canada would be able to impose retaliatory levies against American aluminum.
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Students, groups looking for answers on status of $900M coronavirus grant program
The government says it is working on what to do with the Canada Student Services Grant program after its agreement with the WE organization was cancelled last week.
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Over $26K of household items found in vehicle speeding on Hwy. 401: OPP
Lennox and Addington OPP say they recovered over $26,000 worth of stolen items after stopping a vehicle going 170 km/h down Highway 401.
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City of Kingston considers supportive housing options for Belle Park campers
The city is considering using the current Kingston Youth Shelter to house those camping out at Belle Park after their eviction.
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Hunger strike ends at Milton jail ends after three days
A hunger strike by a group of inmates at a Milton jail ended on Thursday, after three days of refusing meals in protest of frequent lockdowns and poor conditions.
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‘Wonder Years’ reboot, focusing on Black family in 1960’s Alabama, gets green light
Alongside original 'Wonder Years' star Fred Savage, Empire director Lee Daniels will serve as one of four executive producers for the revival.
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Jean Charest asks Ottawa for aid for the aerospace industry
Charest said the Canadian aerospace industry could "help Canada overcome the huge deficits to come" and that the sector should therefore be given priority for government aid.
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Evan Penner’s mother says her son did not deserve punches from Saskatoon police
A widely-circulated video shows Evan Penner being struck by a Saskatoon police officer, which some say was an example of excessive force.
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Air-conditioning, renting and your rights: An expert explains the rules
The Star asked Caryma Sa’d, a Toronto-based lawyer whose practice focuses on tenants’ and landlords’ rights, what tenants can do if they find themselves feuding with their landlord over air-conditioning, or the lack thereof.
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Durham police chief, under investigation for alleged corruption and abuse of power, is retiring
Chief Paul Martin, who denies any wrongdoing, says retirement was long planned.
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The Chicks are done caring what people think
Early on, the group formerly known as the Dixie Chicks felt marginalized in music because they were a country act, and marginalized within country because they were women. Now, they just don’t care what others think anymore.
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Pregnant Canadians worry they won’t get parental leave benefits because work hours affected by COVID-19
With COVID-19 causing layoffs and cutbacks to work hours, some pregnant Canadians worry they won't meet the 600 hours needed to qualify for EI maternity and parental benefits.
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