Vatican says Pope Francis willing to visit Canada as Indigenous leaders seek apology

The Vatican says Pope Francis is willing to visit Canada, as Indigenous leaders call on him apologize for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools.
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University of Manitoba strike ends, students to return to class Tuesday
The University of Manitoba website said the agreement will see the union and school administration enter into binding arbitration.
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Driver charged with impaired driving after fleeing collision in Bridgenorth: OPP
Peterborough County OPP around 4 p.m. responded to a reported minor collision involving two vehicles at the intersection of Ward Street and Bridge Road
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Six O’Clock Solution: Pasta dish the height of convenience
You should need no more than 30 minutes to prepare the recipes in Conveniently Delicious, author Devin Connell writes.
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Canada’s response to fall of Afghanistan needs special committee review: O’Toole
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says the committee will help Canadians understand why Canada failed to act and prepare for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
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Highway 6 bypass in Caledonia, Ont. set to reopen: OPP
A demonstration blockade closed the roadway between Argyle Street South and Greens Road in mid-November.
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Gorilla at Calgary Zoo expecting 1st baby
Dossi's due date is anticipated for late April or early May, according to the zoo. The official baby watch will begin in late March.
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Researchers to begin human trials on made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine you inhale, not inject
Researchers at McMaster University in Ontario have been approved to begin human trials on two Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccines that are delivered by inhaled aerosol to target the lungs and upper airways.
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Guelph police say $20,000 in fentanyl, pills found on man being treated by paramedics
Guelph police say officers found nearly 70 grams of suspected fentanyl and 55 pills on the man while he was being treated by paramedics.
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Hawaii braces for more bad weather, threatened by ‘catastrophic’ flooding
Weather officials said Hawaii's storms bring the threat of extreme flooding in the coming days, leaving many eloping couples without weddings and tourists stuck indoors.
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COVID live updates: Opposition seizes on revelations about lack of PPE in CHSLDs during 1st wave
Most Canadians support strong border measures amid concern over Omicron variant: poll.
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COVID-19 patients shouldn’t be given blood plasma treatment, WHO says
The hypothesis for using plasma is that the antibodies it contains could neutralize COVID-19, stopping it from replicating and halting tissue damage.
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Ontario reports 928 new COVID-19 cases, 9 more deaths
Of the 928 new cases recorded, 424 were unvaccinated people, 26 were partially vaccinated, 401 were fully vaccinated and for 77 people the vaccination status was unknown.
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Peterborough man charged with careless driving in north end collision: police
Emergency crews around 5 p.m. responded to a report of a two-vehicle crash on Lily Lake Road near Towerhill Road and Fairbairn Avenue.
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Norris’ shootout goal puts Ottawa Senators over Devils, 3-2
The Ottawa Senators extended their winning streak to three games with a shootout victory over the New Jersey Devils on Monday night.
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Ministry of Labour investigates after several workers injured at Waterloo Brewing
The Ministry of Labour says an investigation is underway after several employees were left injured by a workplace incident which occurred at Waterloo Brewing in Kitchener.
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School bus driver dead after crashing into trees in Norfolk County: OPP
OPP say the crash occurred at 4 p.m. Monday on Norfolk County Road 23, South Walsingham, northwest of Long Point, Ont. The school bus driver was pronounced dead in hospital.
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COVID-19 closes another Kitchener elementary school
Southridge Public School in Kitchener will remain closed until next year due to a COVID-19 outbreak connected to at least 15 cases.
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COVID-19 update for Dec. 7: Omicron spread sheds confidence in travel | No vaccine requirement for VPD | 946 new cases, 11 deaths over weekend | Health minister says Delta variant more concerning than Omicron
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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13 Musings: Somehow Auston Matthews can't draw a penalty
The referees have not seen anyone hook, trip, interfere, crosscheck or otherwise illegally impede the reigning Rocket Richard trophy holder when teams are at full strength
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McMaster University researchers to begin human trials of inhaled COVID-19 vaccine
Scientists say the brand new inhaled COVID-19 vaccines target respiratory infections where they begin, in the lungs and upper airways.
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Longueuil police believe there may be more victims in child sexual offences investigation
The Longueuil police department is seeking the public's help in identifying young sexual assault victims following the arrest of a 25-year-old man.
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Autumn Peltier on youth activism, challenging Trudeau, and a future in politics
The 17-year-old climate activist spoke with Marie-Danielle Smith about working towards change, confronting Trudeau at 12 years old and what she's focused on now The post Autumn Peltier on youth activism, challenging Trudeau, and a future in politics appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Omicron variant more transmissible than Delta, early indications suggest: U.K. PM
"The prime minister said it was too early to draw conclusions on the characteristics of Omicron but that early indications were that it was more transmissible," a spokesman said.
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Autumn Peltier talks with Marie-Danielle Smith about the environmental challenges ahead, facing intimidation and what motivates her to ‘keep on loving the water’
In 2016, at age 12, Autumn Peltier came face-to-face with Justin Trudeau and, in front of hundreds of people in a conference hall in Gatineau, Que., she challenged his environmental … The post Autumn Peltier talks with Marie-Danielle Smith about the environmental challenges ahead, facing intimidation and what motivates her to ‘keep on loving the water’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Vancouver Weather: Chance of drizzle then showers
While Tuesday looks mainly overcast in Metro Vancouver, the sun is expected to make an appearance on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Pierrefonds homeless shelter receives donation of 44 mattresses
Matelas Bonheur donates mattresses for use at Halte-Transition, a shelter for people experiencing homelessness in West Island.
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Could surge in COVID-19 cases in Ontario, Quebec mean new restrictions? Expert weighs in
As Canada's two most populous provinces grapple with a surge in COVID-19 cases, concerns are swirling over whether new restrictions could be imposed before the holidays.
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SAQ warehouse union execs meet after members reject tentative agreement
SAQ management and union executives want talks to resume quickly so they can determine what issues led to the rejection of the offer.
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