U.K. police lay murder, terrorism charges in death of MP David Amess

The death of Sir David Amess, who had served in Parliament for about 40 years and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, escalated concerns about security among Britain's politicians.
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17 cases of COVID-19 found on Norwegian Cruise ship returning to New Orleans
Some passengers said they weren't told about the outbreak while on board the ship, and only found out from reporters upon disembarking.
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B.C. to provide update on flood cleanup as two recovery milestones reached
The province is set to provide an update on the flood recovery efforts on Monday at 11:30 a.m. PT, which will be broadcast live here, on BC1 and on the Global BC Facebook page.
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Michigan high school officials could face charges for fatal shooting, prosecutor says
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said the investigation’s findings will determine whether school officials will be charged in last Tuesday’s attack at Oxford High School.
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SIU clears Peterborough police officer after County Road 28 collision kills 1, injures 2
The SIU say a Peterborough Police Service officer initially tried to stop a vehicle for speeding on County Road 28. A short time later, the vehicle collided with a pickup.
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Federal government will soon hand over more residential school records: Miller
OTTAWA — Canada’s Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister says the federal government will soon release a volume of the residential school records it’s been criticized for withholding to a national archives centre. Marc Miller also says there’s no evidence the Liberal cabinet, including former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, was told of a 2015 decision to drop a […]
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Workers at Montreal's Pinel Institute stage protest for increased security
The union is also calling for better salaries for workers assigned to ensure security.
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Vancouver police recovers $75,000 in month-long shoplifting blitz
The clampdown has resulted in 195 arrests and 330 criminal charges, said police. Many are repeat offenders.
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Ottawa home prices rose 19% year-over-year in November: real estate board
A lack of supply in Ottawa's housing market means home prices will continue to climb heading into the new year, according to the local real estate board.
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Leafs’ Simmonds fined, Spezza faces suspension
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Wayne Simmonds has been slapped with a fine for a cross-check he applied to Winnipeg Jets forward Jansen Harkins on Sunday night.
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Saskatoon’s version of Whoville returns to Ronald McDonald House
Ronald McDonald House Charities Saskatchewan CEO Tammy Forrester said the animated space allows families from the house or the community to spread some holiday season joy.
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Halifax man claiming to be contractor charged for allegedly taking money, but not doing work
Police allege the contractor asked for money upfront, but then stopped communicating with the customers and did not complete the work.
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8 new Omicron cases detected in Alberta, schools may have been exposed
Alberta's chief medical officer of health said 8 new COVID-19 Omicron variant cases had been detected in the province, with potential exposures in north zone schools.
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Dozens of staff at Spanish hospital infected with COVID-19 after Christmas party
Spain's prime minister on Monday urged people to "remain prudent" about COVID-19 over the holidays, as Christmas festivities at one Spanish hospital are suspected of infecting dozens of staff.
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Haiti kidnapping: 3 more missionaries released, unclear if Canadian included
Christian Aid Ministries says three more of its members were released by 400 Mawozo on Sunday, a gang in Haiti that kidnapped missionaries this fall, including a Canadian.
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Ottawa awards COVID-19 border testing contracts worth $631M
Switch Health, LifeLabs and Dynacare will be carrying out testing of international travellers entering Canada at airports and land border crossings.
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Brandon man hits $5-million jackpot on lotto ticket
The winner said he had to check the ticket — which he bought from a Canadian Tire gas bar in Brandon — a few more times online before the reality sank in.
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Manitoba recognizes day of action on violence against women
Canadian flags will be flown at half-mast at all federal and provincial provincial buildings Monday.
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Nearly 5,000 Hydro-Québec clients without power in the west end of Montreal
Separate Hydro-Québec outages were reported in parts of N.D.G. and Snowdon. 
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Quebec records 1,189 new cases of COVID-19, 6th day in a row above 1,000
Provincial data shows those who are not vaccinated are 3.3 times more at risk of becoming infected with the virus and 15.2 times more at risk of being hospitalized.
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Slick, snowy roads stymie commuters throughout the Central Okanagan
Kelowna, Penticton and West Kelowna are expected to see about five to 10 centimetres Monday, with a high temperature of -2 C.
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Conservatives forcing a vote to create an Afghanistan response special committee
The Conservatives want to create a special all-party House of Commons committee to study the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban and the government's response, and will be forcing a vote on a motion calling for the prime minister to testify and turn over relevant documents.
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Former education director for Guelph public schools Martha Rogers dies shortly after retiring
The Upper Grand District School Board announced on Monday that former director of education Martha Rogers passed away peacefully at her home over the weekend. 
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Take steps to fend off ransomware attacks, federal ministers urge Canadians
Citing a dramatic increase in ransomware attacks, several federal ministers are urging Canadians to bolster their cybersecurity practices.
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RCMP working to curb ‘dangerous’ driving following reckless pass shown in video from Highway 5A
Motorists, including truckers, can expect to see enforcement on all highways, including Hwy 3 & 5A, into and out of the Lower Mainland.
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Guelph’s Dolime Quarry project receives MZO approval from Ontario government
Ontario's Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark has issued a minister's zoning order to speed up development on the former Dolime Quarry lands.
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Kelowna documentary highlights importance of support groups, wins awards
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Concert announcement: Olivia Rodrigo takes Sour tour to North America, UK and Europe
From Disney shows to music stardom, Olivia Rodrigo goes on tour.
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Warning: Liquid manure may be in the well water in parts of B.C.
B.C. has issued a warning about the risk of contamination in private drinking-water wells in flooded areas of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.
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Weekend impaired driving arrests in Peterborough city and county
In an incident in the city, officers located a vehicle parked in the wrong lane and determined the driver was impaired.
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Councillor calls for special meeting to consider moving county administration centre out of Guelph
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