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SCHEER STEPPING DOWN: ‘his heart never seemed in the fight’ : Lilley
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24-year-old man dies in hospital after being hit by cement truck in November: Toronto police
Toronto police say a 24-year-old man who was hit by a Mack cement truck on Nov. 13 in the city's northwest end has died in hospital.
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François Legault defends telling California governor all French-Canadians are Catholic
The premier’s statement was especially contentious a time when his government is pushing secularism as a core Quebec value.
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Report recommends creation of independent police watchdog in New Brunswick
New Brunswick currently has no investigative body that looks into incidents of death or serious injury involving police officers.
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Immigration driving housing market in Regina, home prices stay stagnant
The average price of a home in Regina is expected to remain flat at $315,000 in 2020.
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Key decision on fate of Nova Scotia’s Northern Pulp mill could come any day
The province’s environment minister has until Tuesday to decide whether to approve Northern Pulp’s proposal for a new wastewater facility.
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Salmonella outbreak in six provinces linked to pet snakes and rodents
A notice issued this week by the Public Health Agency of Canada counts 92 cases of illness reported between April 2017 and October 2019.
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10/3 podcast: Why Jason Kenney thinks conservatives need to move beyond free markets
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney believes the future of conservatism lies in parties like Canada’s Tories moving away from promoting laissez-faire capitalism and instead embracing the growing “reform conservatism” movement in the U.S., which sees a role for government in addressing the challenges of people who have failed to get ahead even as the economy grows. […]
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Family sues Royal Caribbean after toddler falls onto pier from open window on Puerto Rico cruise ship
Chloe's grandfather, Salvatore Anello, was holding her up to what he thought was solid glass when she fell. He has been charged with negligent homicide
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N.B. youth mental health centre moving to Moncton from Campbellton 
A new facility was under construction in Campbellton but Ted Flemming halted that work earlier this year after provincial ombud Charles Murray called on the government to reconsider its plans.
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Doug Ford thanks Andrew Scheer for service
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he wishes Andrew Scheer all the best after the federal Conservative leader announced he is resigning. Ford is thanking Scheer for his service as head of the official Opposition and federal party leader. Scheer announced today he is stepping down as Conservative leader as soon as a successor […]
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71-year-old woman dies in Rexdale crash
The woman died at the scene. Both drivers were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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Scheer is out. What happens next will change Canada forever.
Scott Gilmore: The next leader will either be someone who resonates with voters across the country or steers the party into the ditch The post Scheer is out. What happens next will change Canada forever. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Hamilton warns of possible privacy breach involving water services
Officials say the city has an agreement with the utility company Alectra, and some of Alectra’s third-party vendors may have had access to information without appropriate approval.
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Bald eagle vs. octopus: ‘Once in a lifetime’ fight caught on video in B.C.
Fish farmers spotted a bald eagle struggling to escape from the clutches of a bright red octopus near Quatsino, B.C.
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Peer support group for Winnipeggers with meth addiction embraces $5,000 in funding
Dane Bourget, founder of Jib Stop, told 680 CJOB the organization will be using the cash to boost its community outreach and promotional materials.
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Andrew Scheer’s resignation speech in the House of Commons
"I’ve made this decision because it’s the best thing for our party. Our party needs someone who can give everything they’ve got." The post Andrew Scheer’s resignation speech in the House of Commons appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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WATCH: Manitoba premier to deliver State of the Province address
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister will deliver his State of the Province speech on Thursday.
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Murdered billionaire couple posed like 'creepy' life-sized figurines found in home: report
The bodies of Barry and Honey Sherman were in a similar pose to a pair of life-sized statues displayed in the billionaire couple’s basement, according to an investigation by the Toronto Star newspaper.
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2 people face animal cruelty charges in St. Catharines
Police say a dog tied up to a railing died of asphyxiation.
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Jersey City attack being investigated as act of domestic terrorism: official
Authorities believe the shooting was "fueled both by anti-Semitism and anti-law enforcement beliefs.''
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Police share photos of man wanted in 7 voyeurism incidents in Ottawa
A man in a black hoodie was witnessed "peering into" women's windows in Sandy Hill between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. from early October to December, Ottawa police said.
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BONOKOSKI: Trudeau Liberals rack up first loss as Scheer suddenly resigns
The bashers of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer have won. Scheer, bruised and banged up from within and without, used Thursday for his own hypothetical walk in the snow and has resigned. The Tories’ challenge now is to find a leader with strategic political brain power, and hopefully charisma, because the timing could not be better […]
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‘Come From Away’ extends Toronto run by 3 months next spring
The new block of tickets will go on sale Monday, Dec. 16.
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Migrant hailed after saving wheelchair-bound man from burning building in Spain
The man scaled the balcony, entering the burning apartment as smoke filled the street. Once inside he hoisted the resident over his shoulders and carried him down a ladder
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Collisions with power poles on the rise; BC Hydro offers tips to avoid harm
The utility says it responded to more than 2,100 accidents involving its equipment last year, which is 13 per cent higher than the five-year average.
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REAL SCOOP: Leach loses appeal on fentanyl trafficking sentence
Major B.C. fentanyl trafficker loses appeal of 16-year sentence KIM BOLAN Updated: December 11, 2019 A major Lower Mainland fentanyl trafficker, who sold more than 50,000 of the deadly pills in a year, has lost his bid to get his 16-year sentence reduced. The B.C. Court of Appeal rejected Andrew Leach’s arguments that he was […]
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The 12 cookies of Christmas: Montreal's best, from s'mores to killer chocolate
We hunted for the finest scratch-made cookies in the city. Here are the results, including one that's beloved by Oprah.
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Government workers sought grant for workshop about blunders
Privy Council Office staff had applied for a federal grant of more than $500 for an after-hours alcohol-infused workshop about dealing with failure this past January, Blacklock’s Reporter reports. The four-hour networking event, called “Blunders & Brews,” was reportedly scheduled for Jan. 30 and was to include PowerPoint presentations with titles, such as “Can You […]
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Lethbridge man charged with child luring, child pornography offences
The suspect is accusing of participating in sexually explicit conversations with children online and coercing them into sending him nude photos.
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Locals face legal costs after losing land dispute to McCain heiress
A group of residents of Hackett's Cove, southwest of Halifax, went public in 2015 with their complaint that Eleanor McCain had asked them to stop using a wooded pathway on land she owned.
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Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion opponents demand updated project cost
Latest figure pegs the estimated cost of twinning the pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby at $9.3 billion
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Winnipeg activist visits North Dakota school in plea to change offensive team name, logo
Samantha Rayburn-Trubyk, president of Little People of Manitoba, made the trek earlier this week to share her thoughts on the team, known as the Dickinson Midgets.
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Simcoe County to make changes to curbside waste collection
Beginning Feb. 3, 2020, garbage and recycling collection will occur on alternating weeks, while green bin collection will continue every week.
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Collisions with power poles on the rise; B.C. Hydro offers tips to avoid harm
The utility says it responded to more than 2,100 accidents involving its equipment last year, which is 13 per cent higher than the five-year average.
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Video shows Wyoming deputies rescuing deer from ice-covered pond
Body camera footage shows the deputies executing the incredible rescue with the help of lassos, which they typically use on cattle.
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‘Survivor’ removes contestant Dan Spilo following misconduct allegations
"Dan will not be returning to the game. He won’t be coming back to camp. He won’t be on the jury. He’s gone," host Jeff Probst told the castaways.
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Some of your coffee is picked by slaves: investigation
Slavery is common in Brazil's coffee industry, a months-long investigation has found.
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Montreal police search for potential victims of man charged with online luring
Anyone with information is asked to contact 911 or report to their local police station.
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Medical neglect of pets on the rise in economically ailing Calgary: Humane Society
Peace officer Brad Nichols says more animals are being seized because their owners did not get them treatment for fractured limbs, infections, dental diseases and other ailments.
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