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Huge homecoming parties result in arrests, fines across Canadian college towns

Three big homecoming weekend parties that took place across Canada on Saturday resulted in the arrests and ticketing of several university students.
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Huge homecoming parties result in arrests, fines across Canadian college towns

Three big homecoming weekend parties that took place across Canada on Saturday resulted in the arrests and ticketing of several university students.

Tree of Hope project aims to bring closure to families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

In the coming weeks, four huge trees in Thunder Bay, Ont. will be lit up, glowing with strings of thousands of red lights as part of an ongoing project to raise awareness and funds for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls [MMIWG].
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Tree of Hope project aims to bring closure to families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

In the coming weeks, four huge trees in Thunder Bay, Ont. will be lit up, glowing with strings of thousands of red lights as part of an ongoing project to raise awareness and funds for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls [MMIWG].

COVID-19 in Alberta: ICU patient count hits record high again, 5.2K new weekend cases

It's the 11th time in September alone that a new record high has been set for ICU patient count, which now stands at 265.
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COVID-19 in Alberta: ICU patient count hits record high again, 5.2K new weekend cases

It's the 11th time in September alone that a new record high has been set for ICU patient count, which now stands at 265.

Catholic bishops pledge $30 million toward Indigenous reconciliation projects

Canada's bishops on Monday pledged $30 million to support Indigenous reconciliation projects for residential school survivors, their families and their communities across the country.
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Catholic bishops pledge $30 million toward Indigenous reconciliation projects

Canada's bishops on Monday pledged $30 million to support Indigenous reconciliation projects for residential school survivors, their families and their communities across the country.

4 of 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont., retrieved in rescue operation

A rescue operation underway for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., has successfully retrieved four miners, CTV News has confirmed.
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4 of 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont., retrieved in rescue operation

A rescue operation underway for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., has successfully retrieved four miners, CTV News has confirmed.

Rescue operation underway for 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont.

A rescue operation is underway Monday for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., CTV News has confirmed.
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Rescue operation underway for 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont.

A rescue operation is underway Monday for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., CTV News has confirmed.

Unsanctioned car rally in Wasaga Beach, Ont. frustrates residents, business owners

Ontario Provincial Police say they responded to more than 400 calls over the weekend from frustrated residents and business owners over an unsanctioned car rally in Wasaga Beach.
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Unsanctioned car rally in Wasaga Beach, Ont. frustrates residents, business owners

Ontario Provincial Police say they responded to more than 400 calls over the weekend from frustrated residents and business owners over an unsanctioned car rally in Wasaga Beach.

Ontario reports fewer than 700 new COVID-19 cases for third straight day, 7-day average continues to drop

For the third day in a row Ontario has reported fewer than 700 new COVID-19 infections as the seven-day average of daily cases continues to drop.
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Ontario reports fewer than 700 new COVID-19 cases for third straight day, 7-day average continues to drop

For the third day in a row Ontario has reported fewer than 700 new COVID-19 infections as the seven-day average of daily cases continues to drop.

'Take time': Former detainee offers advice on moving forward to Spavor, Kovrig

A B.C. man who was detained in China in 2014, says it took him more than a year to feel normal again after he was released, but it may take Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor even longer to readjust to life in Canada.
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'Take time': Former detainee offers advice on moving forward to Spavor, Kovrig

A B.C. man who was detained in China in 2014, says it took him more than a year to feel normal again after he was released, but it may take Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor even longer to readjust to life in Canada.

Tensions high between vaccinated and unvaccinated in Canada, poll suggests

A new poll suggests tensions over COVID-19 vaccines in Canada are high as frictions grow between those who are vaccinated against the virus and those who are not.
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Tensions high between vaccinated and unvaccinated in Canada, poll suggests

A new poll suggests tensions over COVID-19 vaccines in Canada are high as frictions grow between those who are vaccinated against the virus and those who are not.

Ontario's COVID-19 rates lower than expected due to public health measures: experts

Ontario's daily COVID-19 case counts are lower than what many experts had expected by now, and while they point to a number of factors for the relative relief, they say now is not the time to ease up on those measures.
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Ontario's COVID-19 rates lower than expected due to public health measures: experts

Ontario's daily COVID-19 case counts are lower than what many experts had expected by now, and while they point to a number of factors for the relative relief, they say now is not the time to ease up on those measures.

University taking disciplinary action in aftermath of rowdy party in Halifax Saturday night

Dalhousie University says it's taking disciplinary action against students who took part in a rowdy party Saturday night that drew thousands to the city's south end.
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University taking disciplinary action in aftermath of rowdy party in Halifax Saturday night

Dalhousie University says it's taking disciplinary action against students who took part in a rowdy party Saturday night that drew thousands to the city's south end.

Survivor offers advice on how to honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

As Canada prepares to recognize the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Thursday, the desire to hear from residential school survivors has soared across the country.
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Survivor offers advice on how to honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

As Canada prepares to recognize the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Thursday, the desire to hear from residential school survivors has soared across the country.

China releases detained Canadians Kovrig, Spavor after extradition against Meng Wanzhou dropped

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says China has released detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and U.S. Justice Department officials reached a deal to resolve the criminal charges against her and a B.C. judge di
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China releases detained Canadians Kovrig, Spavor after extradition against Meng Wanzhou dropped

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says China has released detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and U.S. Justice Department officials reached a deal to resolve the criminal charges against her and a B.C. judge discharged the extradition matter.

Authorities warned sex offender was a risk years before he allegedly killed Alta. mother and son

Four years before a mother and her 16-month-old son were killed in western Alberta, police had warned the public that a registered sex offender would be released and there was a chance he could harm 'a female, including children.'
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Authorities warned sex offender was a risk years before he allegedly killed Alta. mother and son

Four years before a mother and her 16-month-old son were killed in western Alberta, police had warned the public that a registered sex offender would be released and there was a chance he could harm 'a female, including children.'

'I'm just so thrilled for him': Friends of Kovrig, Spavor react to release

Those who knew Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor say they are elated now that both Canadians are finally home after being detained in China for more than 1,000 days.
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'I'm just so thrilled for him': Friends of Kovrig, Spavor react to release

Those who knew Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor say they are elated now that both Canadians are finally home after being detained in China for more than 1,000 days.

'I'm just so thrilled for him': Colleague of Michael Kovrig reacts to release

A colleague of Michael Kovrig says that he's ‘thrilled’ to hear that the Canadian is finally home after being detained in China for more than 1,000 days.
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'I'm just so thrilled for him': Colleague of Michael Kovrig reacts to release

A colleague of Michael Kovrig says that he's ‘thrilled’ to hear that the Canadian is finally home after being detained in China for more than 1,000 days.

COVID-19 hospitalizations hit another record high in Sask.; 528 new cases reported

Saskatchewan reported its sixth day in a row of record high COVID-19 hospitalizations, while adding 528 new cases on Friday.
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COVID-19 hospitalizations hit another record high in Sask.; 528 new cases reported

Saskatchewan reported its sixth day in a row of record high COVID-19 hospitalizations, while adding 528 new cases on Friday.

New Brunswick to reinstate state of emergency as province reports record COVID-19 cases, three more deaths

New Brunswick will be returning to a state of emergency as the province continues to battle the growing fourth wave of COVID-19, officials announced Friday.
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New Brunswick to reinstate state of emergency as province reports record COVID-19 cases, three more deaths

New Brunswick will be returning to a state of emergency as the province continues to battle the growing fourth wave of COVID-19, officials announced Friday.

'People will suffer and will die': Emergency doctor says some health triage has begun in Alberta

The head of emergency medicine for the Alberta Medical Association says major components of triage have already begun in Alberta.
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'People will suffer and will die': Emergency doctor says some health triage has begun in Alberta

The head of emergency medicine for the Alberta Medical Association says major components of triage have already begun in Alberta.

Canada drops extradition matter after Meng Wanzhou strikes deal with U.S. justice officials

A B.C. judge has discharged the extradition matter against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou after U.S. Justice Department officials reached a deal to resolve the criminal charges against her, allowing Meng, who has been at the centre of a years-long major geopol
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Canada drops extradition matter after Meng Wanzhou strikes deal with U.S. justice officials

A B.C. judge has discharged the extradition matter against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou after U.S. Justice Department officials reached a deal to resolve the criminal charges against her, allowing Meng, who has been at the centre of a years-long major geopolitical case, to enter into a deferred prosecution agreement and leave Canada, under certain terms.

Catholic bishops apologize for abuses at residential schools

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has apologized for the first time for the horrors that occurred in residential schools it ran for the federal government for more than a century.
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Catholic bishops apologize for abuses at residential schools

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has apologized for the first time for the horrors that occurred in residential schools it ran for the federal government for more than a century.

Canadian Armed Forces called to assist Alberta in its fight against COVID-19's fourth wave

The federal government has heard Alberta's call for help in its struggle against the fourth wave of COVID-19 and it will respond, says a statement from Public Safety Minister Bill Blair.
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Canadian Armed Forces called to assist Alberta in its fight against COVID-19's fourth wave

The federal government has heard Alberta's call for help in its struggle against the fourth wave of COVID-19 and it will respond, says a statement from Public Safety Minister Bill Blair.

Minimal increase in international travel to Canada since fully vaxxed welcomed

Canada saw only a slight increase in the volume of foreign nationals entering the country in the first week after the border opened to those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Minimal increase in international travel to Canada since fully vaxxed welcomed

Canada saw only a slight increase in the volume of foreign nationals entering the country in the first week after the border opened to those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

'We've had patients die waiting for a bed': Vancouver Island doctors frustrated with the unvaccinated

An emergency room doctor in Victoria says patients who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are causing unnecessary delays and even deaths in the health-care system.
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'We've had patients die waiting for a bed': Vancouver Island doctors frustrated with the unvaccinated

An emergency room doctor in Victoria says patients who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are causing unnecessary delays and even deaths in the health-care system.

Delta cases rise as Quebec reports seven new deaths due to COVID-19; infections increase by 754

Quebec reported an increase of 754 coronavirus infections Thursday, bringing the province's total to 405,728 cases since the pandemic began.
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Delta cases rise as Quebec reports seven new deaths due to COVID-19; infections increase by 754

Quebec reported an increase of 754 coronavirus infections Thursday, bringing the province's total to 405,728 cases since the pandemic began.

B.C. wildfires: Upgrades to communications systems necessary to save lives, report says

Upgrades to communications systems in British Columbia's wildfire zones are needed to save lives and properties, says a report released Wednesday.
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B.C. wildfires: Upgrades to communications systems necessary to save lives, report says

Upgrades to communications systems in British Columbia's wildfire zones are needed to save lives and properties, says a report released Wednesday.

SNC-Lavalin corporations and 2 former top execs charged with fraud, forgery by RCMP

The corporate entities of SNC-Lavalin Inc. and SNC-Lavalin International Inc., as well as two former senior executives of the Quebec-based firms have been charged with a series of fraud and forgery offences by the RCMP.
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SNC-Lavalin corporations and 2 former top execs charged with fraud, forgery by RCMP

The corporate entities of SNC-Lavalin Inc. and SNC-Lavalin International Inc., as well as two former senior executives of the Quebec-based firms have been charged with a series of fraud and forgery offences by the RCMP.

Anti-vaxxers in Quebec could be fined $10,000 for protesting near schools, hospitals

Anti-vax protesters who picket outside hospitals, schools, daycares or COVID-19 test and vaccine sites could face a heavy fine, according to a bill tabled Thursday by the Quebec government.
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Anti-vaxxers in Quebec could be fined $10,000 for protesting near schools, hospitals

Anti-vax protesters who picket outside hospitals, schools, daycares or COVID-19 test and vaccine sites could face a heavy fine, according to a bill tabled Thursday by the Quebec government.

UCP leadership review coming this spring following five-hour-long caucus meeting

The United Conservative Party says it will be moving up its annual general meeting in 2022 from the fall to the spring, and it's Jason Kenney's idea to do so.
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UCP leadership review coming this spring following five-hour-long caucus meeting

The United Conservative Party says it will be moving up its annual general meeting in 2022 from the fall to the spring, and it's Jason Kenney's idea to do so.

2 people arrested for allegedly feeding Stanley Park coyotes on day of reopening

On the day restrictions were lifted at Vancouver's Stanley Park, two people were allegedly caught feeding the coyotes that prompted the park's overnight closure.
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2 people arrested for allegedly feeding Stanley Park coyotes on day of reopening

On the day restrictions were lifted at Vancouver's Stanley Park, two people were allegedly caught feeding the coyotes that prompted the park's overnight closure.

North Vancouver stabbing: New charges announced by homicide investigators

New charges in connection to a stabbing spree in North Vancouver that killed one woman and injured six others were announced Wednesday.
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North Vancouver stabbing: New charges announced by homicide investigators

New charges in connection to a stabbing spree in North Vancouver that killed one woman and injured six others were announced Wednesday.

Sask. man faces child pornography, sexual assault charges in connection to daycare

A man is facing child pornography and sexual assault charges in connection to a home-based daycare in Marshall, Sask.
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Sask. man faces child pornography, sexual assault charges in connection to daycare

A man is facing child pornography and sexual assault charges in connection to a home-based daycare in Marshall, Sask.