CUPE N.B. strike would bring early end to seasonal ferry service
New Brunswick's Transportation and Infrastructure minister says a seasonal ferry service to Kennebecasis Island would end early if CUPE goes on strike on Oct. 22.
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Hockey Hall of Famer Mike Bossy battling lung cancer
Hockey Icon Mike Bossy is stepping away from his role as an analyst with TVA Sports as he undergoes treatment for lung cancer.
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85 Manitoba health-care workers on unpaid leave for refusing COVID-19 testing, government says
Shared Health estimates the vaccine mandate impact about 42,00 workers and, as of Friday, 1,800 were identified as requiring testing.
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Heather Scoffield: CRB? Wage subsidy? Which of your pandemic benefits will Ottawa get rid of?
The Liberals feel the economy is on a more stable path to recovery, and it’s time to start reining in supports, Heather Scoffield writes.
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Plante criticizes Coderre for standing by controversial candidates
Coderre has given second chances to multiple candidates since the mayoral race began, and Plante worries his moves will create cynicism.
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Edmonton election 2021 brings out 37.6% of eligible voters
The municipal election campaign has come to an end, and the unofficial results are in.
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McGill's plans for Royal Vic site prompt call to check for unmarked graves
The Mohawk Mothers are demanding "the immediate suspension" of McGill's expansion plan pending an investigation of the site.
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Vaccine mandate coming to House of Commons, MPs rule
Anyone entering House of Commons precinct—including MPs—will need to be fully vaccinated as of Nov. 22, the Board of Internal Economy has ordered. According to Speaker Anthony Rota, as of the day the 44th Parliament kicks off, anyone looking to enter the House of Commons precinct will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Cyclist seriously injured in collision with off-leash dog on Toronto trail
"The dog was actually running fast and obviously not on a leash and the next thing you knew, this man was on the ground."
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Stu Cowan: Kotkaniemi looks back on 'good memories' with Canadiens
"I'm really grateful that they drafted me and gave me a chance," Hurricanes winger says of time in Montreal.
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Lawyers say they should be excluded from money laundering policies in B.C.
Kevin Westell said the recommendations that come out of the money laundering inquiry could significantly affect how lawyers do their jobs.
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Batshaw pledges to improve services to Indigenous youth
The rule book at group homes and shelters will be translated into Inuktitut.
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Say goodbye to dirt-cheap plane tickets — the holiday price boost is back and it’s bigger than ever
Experts say a perfect storm of pent-up demand, high fuel prices and the upcoming holiday season is fuelling upcoming higher ticket prices.
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Police investigate after shots fired at house in New Westminster, B.C. suburb
No one was injured in the late-night shoot on Monday, which took place at a residence near Salter Street and Hendry Place in New Westminster, B.C.
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All the times Drake proved he was the ultimate Raptors fan
Can we really talk about the Raptors fan base without talking about highly vocal and energetic Toronto-born rapper Drake?
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Kingston Humane Society overwhelmed with animals after pandemic pet craze
The humane society says it's caring for a record number of animals following the pandemic pet craze. Now, they're asking for help through adoptions, fostering or donations.
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Hit and run at Bracebridge, Ont. restaurant under investigation
Officers are looking to identify a vehicle following a hit and run at a restaurant patio in Bracebridge, Ont.
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Over half of Canadian students see racial bullying in their schools, survey finds
More shocking than the findings on bullying and harassment, says a UBC professor, are the findings on how little some children have learned about racism in Canada.
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2022 Honda Civic Si gets Type R bits, keeps manual transmission
Power drops by five horses, but a flatter torque band and lower torque peak means you might not notice.
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Enough already: It’s time for an inquiry into the Indian Residential Schools settlement agreement
As more unfathomable details are exposed into the “unsettled” matters of one of the biggest class action settlement agreements of the century, grassroots residential school survivors need to know the truth. Canadians need to know the truth about the serious shortcomings, failures and the mishandling of the agreement.
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World Cup qualifying games being played in Edmonton: ‘Come be a part of history’
Herdman's visit to Edmonton to drum up interest in the November matches was timed to coincide with tickets going on sale Friday.
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Police seek information in targeted shooting at South Edmonton Common restaurant
Edmonton police are seeking information in a targeted shooting at a south-side restaurant earlier this month. 
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Winnipeg teacher placed on leave after racial slur used in classroom
The school division says it has sent support to the school to help students.
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Doug Ford knows Ontario needs skilled immigrants — so it’s time he apologizes and thinks before he speaks
The premier knows or certainly should know, the great majority of newcomers to Canada and Ontario come as economic-class immigrants, bringing exactly the skills the country needs because they’re selected for that very reason.
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Attack ads say more than Doug Ford and Andrea Horwath may want people to hear
It’s clear why Horwath and Ford have prioritized partisan attack ads against Del Duca. Both are rightfully worried about their own political futures next year, facing a resurgent Liberal party that has already nominated a slate of over 50 candidates who reflect the demographic diversity of Ontario.
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N.B. nursing homes facing deadly fourth wave of COVID-19: association
Public Health is reporting that the PROMPT team is providing assistance to 19 locations in the province, including 12that have officially been declared outbreaks.
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As businesses begin slow rebound, retailers in Toronto’s PATH system continue to struggle
“The PATH needs a particular solution that is different from any other retail space in the country."
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Kingston Police charge two men for vandalizing transit bus
During October 16th's Homecoming street gathering in Kingston, a city transit bus was vandalized. Kingston Police say they've charged two men in relation to the crime.
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Kelowna’s old police site to be discussed in November public hearing
City staff said the proposal by Rise Commercial Developments includes 6,000 square feet of public amenity space, retail space and 10 storeys of rental housing.
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Veteran CFL quarterback Trevor Harris wasn’t surprised to be traded by Edmonton Elks
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Ontario science table supports mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for hospital workers
The Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table shared their written response Tuesday to Premier Doug Ford's recent call for input on the issue.
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Putting criminal sentences in context promises a more equitable justice system
We shouldn’t wait for egregious cases to shake Canadians out of complicity. Instead, we should pay heed to efforts to reform justice systems that for far too long have permitted the over-policing of communities, ignored the social context of offenders, or have at times failed to comply with human rights standards outright.
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RCMP collaborating with Haitian, U.S. authorities after Canadian missionary kidnapped
A Canadian was among 17 Christian Aid Ministries missionaries who were abducted by the notoriously violent 400 Mawozo gang as they were leaving an orphanage on Sunday.
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Manitoba doctors increasingly prescribing antibiotics inappropriately, study finds
The over-prescription of antibiotics was more common among older doctors and doctors who saw more patients on a daily basis, the study found.
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COVID-19: 8 new deaths, 271 new infections in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says one ICU patient has been successfully transferred to Ontario and two more are in the process of being transferred on Tuesday.
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You can say woman and we can say person
What is so wrong with wanting to acknowledge the fact that trans men and non-binary people exist?
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