Drumheller man arrested in child pornography investigation
A Drumheller, Alta. man is facing four charges after American police contacted Canadian authorities saying a man had been having "sexually explicit" conversations with a teenager.
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COVID-19: Canadians' mental health deteriorating as pandemic drags on: Poll
In B.C., 67 per cent of respondents said they felt "good" or "great," while 33 per cent said they are in a "not good" or "terrible" mental state.
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London Farm Show cancelled for second consecutive year
There are no plans for a virtual show in 2022 but organizers will be launching a #Plant22 Snack Box that will be available for purchase in early March.
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4th COVID shot made people over 60 twice as resistant to infection: Israel
Israel began offering a fourth dose of the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine to people over 60 earlier this month as Omicron swept the country.
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Arrest made in downtown Peterborough armed bank robbery
Police say on Jan. 10, a man pointed a firearm at employees at a bank located in the area of George and Hunter streets.
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More migrants seek asylum through reopened Canadian border
There's a renewed stream of migrants seeking refuge in Canada after a 20-month ban on asylum requests designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Families are once again lugging suitcases and carrying children across a remote, snow-covered ditch to the border.
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Quebec economy minister calls for patience with vaccine passport restrictions
Fitzgibbon says he shared the merchants' frustrations: "I can't wait for this to be over. I can't wait to go to a restaurant."
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COVID-19: City of Guelph facilities begin reopening on Jan. 31
With the Ontario government easing COVID-19 restrictions, the City of Guelph has announced that some of its facilities will begin to reopen on Jan. 31. 
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Stabbing in Peterborough sends 1 to Toronto hospital: police
Police responded the area of Wolfe and Aylmer streets where they found a man with several stab wounds.
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1 man dead after fire at Kitchener apartment building Sunday: police
Waterloo Regional Police say emergency services were called to an apartment building on Weber Street near Madison Avenue for reports of a fire just before 3 p.m.
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COVID-19: Hospitalizations back up again in Quebec, 52 new deaths reported
Hospitalizations in Quebec increased by 16 over the previous day with 254 new patients admitted and 238 discharged, putting an end to four consecutive days of decreases.
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Winnipeg police to provide details on two homicide investigations
Winnipeg police to provide public update of two recent homicides.
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Suspect charged with 2nd-degree murder after taxi driver shot in Oshawa
A suspect has been charged with second-degree murder after a taxi driver was shot in Oshawa on Friday, police say.
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Winnipeg middle-schoolers dig in to help neighbours in need
Whenever the neighbourhood gets a fresh dump of snow, one or two gym periods are dedicated to snow removal.
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1 arrested for attempted murder after shots fired at 2 people northeast of Bancroft: OPP
On Jan. 19, Bancroft OPP responded to reports of a firearm being discharged at two individuals on New Carlow Road in Carlow-Mayo Township. An arrest has been made.
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Premier Moe, Health Minister Merriman to provide Saskatchewan COVID-19 update
The Saskatchewan government is planning a provincial COVID-19 update with Premier Scott Moe and Health Minister Paul Merriman starting at 11 a.m. Monday.
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Part of Montreal's Chinatown has been classified a Quebec heritage site
This is Quebec's highest level of heritage protection, barring owners from demolishing or altering buildings without provincial authorization.
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COVID live updates: Quebec reports 52 deaths as hospitalizations rise
Unlike most Quebec parents, those with kids at LBPSB schools will get daily updates about COVID absences.
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Trial begins Monday for former B.C. legislature clerk Craig James
The B.C. Supreme Court trial for Craig James, the former clerk of the B.C. legislature, begins Monday in Vancouver. James faces three counts of breach of trust by a public officer and two charges of fraud.
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Nunavut latest to sign $10-a-day child care deal with feds, only Ontario left
The deal is part of the Liberal government's promise to spend $30 billion over five years to realize a national child-care program and cut fees to $10-a-day over five years.
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Freshii to start selling food at hundreds of 7-Eleven locations across Canada
Freshii says its Energii Bites snacks will be available in roughly 600 locations across Canada.
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On energy and climate, politics is the problem
Nik Nanos and Brendan Frank: Climate disasters are piling up, and the public discourse around climate is getting more ambitious The post On energy and climate, politics is the problem appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Ontario casinos set to return amid province lifting COVID-19 measures
In-person gaming-related OLG outlets were shuttered in early January due to the latest COVID-19 wave fueled by the Omicron variant.
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COVID-19 contributed to largest single-year decline of life expectancy in Canada: StatCan
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, life expectancy in Canada dropped 0.6 years in 2020, the largest single-year decline ever recorded.
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Short-term exposure to Fort McMurray wildfire smoke affected lungs of RCMP officers: study
The study analyzed data from 218 RCMP members who were deployed to Fort McMurray during the devastating 2016 wildfire.
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Man found with life-threatening injuries near Avenue Road and Eglinton Avenue
Toronto police investigators remain on scene after a man was discovered laying on the ground suffering from apparent gunshot injuries.
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Hundreds gather in Waterloo Square for PPC rally to support truck protest
Several hundred people gathered at a “freedom” rally in Waterloo on Sunday which featured appearances from PPC leader Maxime Bernier and Kingston MPP Randy Hillier.
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Global Affairs hit with significant, multi-day disruption to IT networks: sources
Global Affairs has led Ottawa's response to tensions between Ukraine and Russia, and sources are concerned that the network outages may be connected with the crisis.
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SIU investigating OPP involvement in snowmobile crash near Guelph
The SIU says a 21-year-old man suffered serious injuries after a snowmobile fled from Wellington County OPP officers in Belwood, Ont.
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Lindsay police seek 2 men after knifepoint robbery at store
Around 11:35 p.m. Saturday, two men entered a Lindsay Street South store and began grabbing merchandise and one then brandished a knife.
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