Video evidence clearly shows Linda O’Leary, not Kevin, piloted boat in deadly Muskoka crash, defence says


Linda O’Leary was the designated driver that night, as she often was, Lake Joseph cottage owner Leah Smith testified Wednesday.
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Missing Penticton resident last seen June 30; vehicle located at Manning Park
According to Princeton RCMP, David Robert Greatrix, 62, was last seen leaving his Penticton residence during the early morning hours of June 30.
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Calgary Olympians ‘so proud’ to support kids with classroom visits
Olympians and other top-level athletes connect with students in-person and online through the Classroom Champions program.
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Number of active COVID-19 cases in Alberta rises by 123 on Friday
Alberta Health said two more deaths have been linked to COVID-19 in the province and Alberta's number of active coronavirus cases rose by 123 on Friday. 
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Damien Cox: The Cleveland Guardians have come to their senses. Now it’s time for the last holdouts to drop their Indigenous names and logos
The Indians will soon be no more but let’s not give the Cleveland baseball team too much credit. It took years to do the right thing.
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ICU nurses threaten to leave Southlake hospital over new staffing model
Nurses and respiratory therapists warn that Newmarket’s Southlake Regional Health Centre work to implement a team-based nursing model will leave the health of acutely ill patients in the hands of inadequately trained staff.
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COVID-19: Tourist towns react to Canada-U.S border opening, but some say it might be too late
Canada will begin allowing fully-vaccinated Americans into the country starting Aug. 9, 2021. But the American side of the border will remain closed to Canadians.
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Canada-wide warrant issued for Calgary murder suspect
A Calgary murder suspect is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. Police said 26-year-old Antoine Joel Gros Ventre Boy is wanted in the June stabbing death of Paul March.
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Canucks send No. 9 pick to Coyotes for Ekman-Larsson, Garland in blockbuster trade
The trade also includes Vancouver forwards Jay Beagle, Loui Eriksson and Antoine Roussel, the Canucks' second-round pick in 2022 and its seventh-round pick in 2023.
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University Health Network to implement mandatory COVID-19 home testing for unvaccinated staff
The UHN will be the first major hospital and research organization in Ontario to create requirements around immunization for health-care workers.
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‘It’s 2021, it’s not 1950:’ Women politicians in N.S. show support for Robyn Ingraham
'I was really disappointed to hear that the political landscape is talking about what a person has done with their body rather than the actual ideas that Nova Scotians care about.'
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Have your say: Will your children be vaccinated by September?
Canada's two largest school boards have launched Vax to School campaigns to try to get as many kids as possible vaccinated before schools go back in September.
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Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships no longer in place after court ruling
Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships are no longer in place under a Friday ruling by a federal appeals court, while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seek to fight a Florida lawsuit challenging the regulations.
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New Westminster strata windup and sale finds solution in a bumpy market
Just as strata owners at Kinnaird Place decided to sell their building because they couldn't afford to take on major repairs, the market cooled, developers disappeared, the building's land value slumped and a burst water main flooded units.
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Female homebuilder looking to buck trend in male-dominated industry
In a male-dominated industry this female homebuilder, Vicky Kunjundzic, has found success in the building industry thanks to her drive, attention to detail and unique designs.
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E15 project close to vibrant Main Street, yet situated on quiet tree-lined street
“It’s a fantastic area of Vancouver,” says Norm Shearing, president of OpenForm Properties. “Mount Pleasant is unique. I know the area well.”
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Roads closed due to house fire in Surrey
Surrey RCMP said it received reports of a disturbance and house fire in the 10600-block 132A Street on Friday.
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96% of COVID-19 cases are among those not fully vaccinated, B.C. health officials say
The seven-day rolling average for new cases rose from 42 new cases a day one week ago, to 73 new cases a day on Friday. 
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COVID-19: 51 new cases, 2 deaths reported in Saskatchewan
A total of 74 per cent of residents over the age of 12 have received their first dose and 61 per cent of those residents are fully vaccinated.
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‘Her cheek was hanging off’: 1-year-old B.C. girl has long recovery after dog attack
The family was having their weekly picnic on Nakusp Beach in the West Kootenay when they saw three dogs on leashes walking toward them.
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Hundreds gather in support of coal mining in the Crowsnest Pass
The decision in June included a 680-page report saying the mine was not in the public interest, citing impacts on Indigenous rights as well as environmental concerns.
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Canadians grew appreciation for parks during pandemic, want more funding: report
For city folk in Montreal with little or no green space, parks became a lifeline during the height of the COVID pandemic: a place to exercise and socialize safely.
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COVID-19: Interior Health trending upwards, leading B.C. in new daily cases
Despite having a smaller population than the two Lower Mainland health regions, Interior Health had 59 new cases on Friday, more than Vancouver Coastal and Fraser combined (45).
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Saskatchewan Roughriders update list of prohibited items at games post-COVID-19 shutdown
Blowhorns, sunflower seeds, and peanuts are no longer allowed at Saskatchewan Roughriders home games at Mosaic Stadium.
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Charges laid after police seize $173K worth of fentanyl from Edmonton home
Two Edmonton men have been charged in connection with a drug bust on Thursday that saw police officers seize about $173,400 worth of fentanyl.
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Emergency crews rescue person from crane in Winnipeg’s Exchange District
The city says the person had climbed a construction crane nearly 35 meters off the ground Thursday evening in Winnipeg's Exchange District.
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Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland visits Clinic 554 in Fredericton
Freeland met with clinic staff and discussed the services they provide. They also talked about the struggles the clinic has faced with some of its critical services.
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Vaughn Palmer: Huge housing projects needed, but unlikely with civic elections looming
Opinion: It is hard to imagine politicians in Metro provoking NIMBY sentiments with an election 15 months away
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One man dead, another injured in crash involving semi on Portage la Prairie highway
Portage La Prairie RCMP responded to a fatal collision on the Trans-Canada Highway Thursday that left one man dead sent another to hospital.
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Concealed sword leads to man’s arrest in Swan River
The man was ordered to drop the weapon, which he did, but police say he then took off running.
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Canadiens' Carey Price has knee surgery in New York
Recovery period is expected to be 10-12 weeks and goalie should be ready to start the NHL regular season.
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Complaints levied against Coun. Jeff Davison fundraiser in Calgary mayoral race
Jeff Davison's campaign maintains they have not violated any election fundraising rules, and Davison said he had no knowledge of the fundraiser.
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Volunteers at Canadian Coast Guard staying busy in Quebec this summer
Hundreds of auxiliary members of the Canadian Coast Guard are patrolling the waters of Quebec's lakes and rivers reminding people about the importance of safety while boating.
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