B.C. Children's Hospital reports troubling influx of kids with colds and flu
Health officials say a surge in respiratory syncytial virus is happening earlier than normal this year.
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Penticton council green lights contentious housing development near Okanagan College
Radec Group, on behalf of Ryzak Holdings, proposed to build 148 apartments and 71 townhouse units on the 6.6-acre parcel of industrial land.
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers bring back all-star Winston Rose
The top-ranked defence in the CFL is getting even stronger with the return of defensive back Winston Rose from the NFL.
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Court hearing related to homeless encampments in Hamilton parks resumes Thursday
Wade Poziomka, co-counsel for HamSmart and Keeping Six, says they're seeking a recognition that some homeless people have nowhere else to go.
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Maritime quilters bring comfort to long-term care residents in Riverview
Quilters from across the Maritimes are making comfort quilts for seniors in long-term care.
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‘Workmanship,’ loose bolts blamed for Ottawa LRT derailment
The head of Rideau Transit Maintenance said improperly torqued bolts were the cause of Sept. 19 derailment on Ottawa's Confederation Line LRT.
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Waterloo Region down to 100 active COVID-19 cases
Waterloo Public Health reported just 100 active COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the lowest total it has announced this calender year.
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Pair of COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Montreal’s east end set to close
The vaccination centre at the Martin-Brodeur arena in St-Léonard will close Friday. The clinic at Roussin Centre in Pointe-aux-Trembles will also end their services that day.
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West-end Kingston crash sends 1 to hospital
A motorcycle rider is in hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a car in Kingston’s west end. It happened late Wednesday morning on Front Road, west of Days Road.
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Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 death toll nears 800 as 246 cases added
There are 246 new COVID-19 infections in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, according to health officials.
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Proposed southern Alberta coal mine could become renewable energy complex instead
An Australian company says it wants a southern Alberta site to become Canada's first large-scale green hydrogen production facility,
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Land acknowledgment by Montreal Canadiens may be a mistake: Quebec Indigenous affairs minister
Ian Lafrenière says it's unclear who were the first people in what is now Montreal.
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City of Toronto staff recommend CafeTO become permanent
'There is overwhelming enthusiasm in favour of making the program permanent and to do so in a measured way that considers the many potential uses of public space going forward.'
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Former child sexual abuse victim spreads awareness through music
After years of therapy, Mandolynne Knott transitions into an artist, and shares experiences of child sexual abuse through her lyrics. Knott says she aims to raise awareness.
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Edmonton election: recount requested after tight race in Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi
A council candidate in the south Edmonton ward of Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi has requested a recount in Monday night's election.
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Martine St-Victor: Hannah Bronfman brings equity focus to start-ups
The prolific and successful polymath (and daughter of Edgar Jr.) embodies a business approach anchored in equity and inclusiveness.
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Whyte Avenue shooting ruled homicide: EPS
The medical examiner confirmed Taraj Deogen was the victim of a homicide after a shooting Oct. 3 near Whyte Avenue.
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Former grand chief Phil Fontaine to represent Manitoba First Nations at meeting with Pope
Phil Fontaine has been selected to represent Manitoba at a First Nations delegation to sit down with the pontiff in December.
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Cambridge public school placed under hold and secure by Waterloo police
A Cambridge public school was placed under a hold and secure on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Waterloo Region District School Board.
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Family, friends slam Hillier for falsely linking deaths of loved ones to COVID-19 vaccine
Ontario MPP Randy Hillier is under fire from the friends and family of recently deceased individuals after he falsely claimed they died as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Fire damage to Edmonton’s Second Chance Thrift Shop estimated at $9M
Edmonton fire investigators say $9 million in damage was caused to the Second Chance Thrift Shop on Oct. 8 by an electrical short from a vehicle parked inside the building.
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Brampton man acquitted of murder in nightclub shooting of Jordan Buchner, 23
At trial, Jermaine Smith’s defence lawyers argued the Crown’s two primary witnesses were unreliable and untrustworthy.
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Are Ontario’s new election laws being used to muzzle dissent?
Noor Javed and Kris Rushowy join “This Matters” to talk about how the Tories are may be weaponizing a controversial new election advertising law against smaller grassroots organizations.
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Weak grain crop, supply chain challenges attributed to CP Rail lowering its volume outlook for Q3
Canadian Pacific Railway lowered its volume outlook for the year as a weak grain crop and supply chain challenges weighed on its third-quarter results.
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Two replica pipe bombs found in Vancouver safe injection site: police
After receiving a call about a potential bomb threat Saturday, a bomb technician from the Vancouver Police Department safely destroyed two replica devices.
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BC Children's Hospital reports influx of kids with colds and flu
Health officials say a surge in respiratory syncytial virus is happening earlier than normal this year.
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Grade 12 student killed crossing Scarborough road was a volunteer with ‘lots of big dreams’
Local MPP Doly Begum on Wednesday identified the teen as Nadia Mozumdur, saying she knew the girl as “a friend, a community volunteer” and “a kid with lots of big dreams and hopes.”
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Justin Trudeau urged to send ‘strong signal’ to provinces by delivering on 10 paid sick day promise
As Ontario rolls out its own suite of labour reforms, doctors and nurses say permanent paid sick days are a crucial protection.
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Woman clocked driving double the speed limit, car impounded: Guelph police
Guelph police say a 31-year-old woman has lost her car for two weeks after allegedly being caught going more than twice the speed limit on Tuesday night. 
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Mount Saint Vincent University apologizes for ties to residential school system
The school's founders and previous owners, the Sisters of Charity Halifax, had members who staffed residential schools in Nova Scotia and British Columbia.
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Health Canada reports increase in calls to poison control centres over ivermectin usage
Health Canada is reminding Canadians that ivermectin should not be used to treat or prevent COVID-19, after poison control centres saw an increase in reports about the anti-parasitic drug over the summer months.
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Job action threatened as unionized staff at B.C. LifeLabs outlets issue strike notice
The B.C. General Employees’ Union says notice was issued Tuesday, putting its roughly 1,500 members in a legal strike position by Friday night.
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