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Racialized former WE employees accused charity of oppressive incidents

Former employees of WE Charity are speaking up against what they see as oppressive incidents against racialized people within the organization.
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Racialized former WE employees accused charity of oppressive incidents

Former employees of WE Charity are speaking up against what they see as oppressive incidents against racialized people within the organization.

Toronto residents deal with flooding and power outages after wild storm

Flooding and power outages were reported across Toronto after a severe storm lashed the city on Wednesday afternoon.
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Toronto residents deal with flooding and power outages after wild storm

Flooding and power outages were reported across Toronto after a severe storm lashed the city on Wednesday afternoon.

Federal website advertising hundreds of non-existent student-volunteer positions

The federal website advertising volunteer positions for students hoping to earn money for their educations through a $900-million government aid program contains hundreds of positions that do not actually exist.
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Federal website advertising hundreds of non-existent student-volunteer positions

The federal website advertising volunteer positions for students hoping to earn money for their educations through a $900-million government aid program contains hundreds of positions that do not actually exist.

Court documents reveal Toronto cop misled police in connection with London, Ont. homicide

There are new details in the case of a Toronto police officer charged - and the connection to London’s latest homicide.
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Court documents reveal Toronto cop misled police in connection with London, Ont. homicide

There are new details in the case of a Toronto police officer charged - and the connection to London’s latest homicide.

'Enormous impact': After teenage parties near Montreal, businesses shut to stem outbreak

A town south of Montreal has partially shut down—again—after two reckless teenage parties led to 50 new COVID-19 infections.
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'Enormous impact': After teenage parties near Montreal, businesses shut to stem outbreak

A town south of Montreal has partially shut down—again—after two reckless teenage parties led to 50 new COVID-19 infections.

Eliminating COVID-19 cases in Canada will exact too heavy a toll on society, health experts say

Some public health and infectious disease experts are pressing for governments in Canada to shift to minimizing, not eradicating, COVID-19 while allowing society to resume functioning.
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Eliminating COVID-19 cases in Canada will exact too heavy a toll on society, health experts say

Some public health and infectious disease experts are pressing for governments in Canada to shift to minimizing, not eradicating, COVID-19 while allowing society to resume functioning.

Why the Conservatives are going after the Liberals' pre-pandemic spending now

Nobody seems to be arguing that the Trudeau government spent too much, or too quickly, on its pandemic response. But the government's critics can be expected to make an issue of its pre-pandemic deficit spending — a point on which it is particularly vulnera
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Why the Conservatives are going after the Liberals' pre-pandemic spending now

Nobody seems to be arguing that the Trudeau government spent too much, or too quickly, on its pandemic response. But the government's critics can be expected to make an issue of its pre-pandemic deficit spending — a point on which it is particularly vulnerable.

How one video game community is trying to 'police itself' amid sexual assault allegations

The esports world is grappling with how to protect competitors — many of whom are barely in their teens — and respond to serious allegations against members. One game community has come up with its own «conduct panel» to adjudicate complaint
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How one video game community is trying to 'police itself' amid sexual assault allegations

The esports world is grappling with how to protect competitors — many of whom are barely in their teens — and respond to serious allegations against members. One game community has come up with its own «conduct panel» to adjudicate complaints.

Female Mountie keeps her job after groping a fellow B.C. officer twice

A B.C. Mountie who fondled the genitals of one of her fellow constables, groped his thigh and made inappropriate sexual comments to him has lost 20 days of pay and 10 vacation days.
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Female Mountie keeps her job after groping a fellow B.C. officer twice

A B.C. Mountie who fondled the genitals of one of her fellow constables, groped his thigh and made inappropriate sexual comments to him has lost 20 days of pay and 10 vacation days.

Victim waits for Jamie Bacon to plead guilty to role in Surrey Six slayings

The mother of one of six people killed in B.C.’s most notorious gangland slaying says she may be in court to watch but she’ll get no satisfaction from seeing the gangster plead guilty to one count of conspiring to commit murder in relation to the 2007 Sur
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Victim waits for Jamie Bacon to plead guilty to role in Surrey Six slayings

The mother of one of six people killed in B.C.’s most notorious gangland slaying says she may be in court to watch but she’ll get no satisfaction from seeing the gangster plead guilty to one count of conspiring to commit murder in relation to the 2007 Surrey Six killings Thursday.

Groups 'shocked' by minister's approach to inquiry into Nova Scotia mass murder

A coalition of groups devoted to eliminating gender-based violence across Canada is urging Ottawa and Nova Scotia to refrain from using a restorative justice approach for a promised inquiry into the mass killing that claimed 22 lives in the Maritime province.
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Groups 'shocked' by minister's approach to inquiry into Nova Scotia mass murder

A coalition of groups devoted to eliminating gender-based violence across Canada is urging Ottawa and Nova Scotia to refrain from using a restorative justice approach for a promised inquiry into the mass killing that claimed 22 lives in the Maritime province.

Montreal police unveil policy on street checks, ban stops based on discriminatory criteria

The Service de police de la ville de Montreal (SPVM) announced a new policy on street checks on Wednesday, which aims to put an end to stops based on discriminatory criteria.
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Montreal police unveil policy on street checks, ban stops based on discriminatory criteria

The Service de police de la ville de Montreal (SPVM) announced a new policy on street checks on Wednesday, which aims to put an end to stops based on discriminatory criteria.

Travel to Canada continues to be down from year before: CBSA

As more countries reopen their borders to international travel following months of restrictions, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says there continues to be a significant drop in travellers arriving in Canada, compared with the same time last year.
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Travel to Canada continues to be down from year before: CBSA

As more countries reopen their borders to international travel following months of restrictions, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says there continues to be a significant drop in travellers arriving in Canada, compared with the same time last year.

Toronto cop charged in wake of alleged Liberian warlord's murder in London, Ont.

London police have arrested and charged a Toronto police officer, who happens to be the father of a suspect wanted in relation to the death of a former alleged war criminal and National Patriotic Front of Liberia member.
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Toronto cop charged in wake of alleged Liberian warlord's murder in London, Ont.

London police have arrested and charged a Toronto police officer, who happens to be the father of a suspect wanted in relation to the death of a former alleged war criminal and National Patriotic Front of Liberia member.

2 B.C. teachers fired for having sex with recent high school graduates

In the last eight days, B.C.'s regulator for educators has announced the firing of two teachers who admitted to having sex with former students just weeks after their graduation from high school.
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2 B.C. teachers fired for having sex with recent high school graduates

In the last eight days, B.C.'s regulator for educators has announced the firing of two teachers who admitted to having sex with former students just weeks after their graduation from high school.

CFL sponsor threatens to cut ties unless Edmonton changes team name

One of the sponsors of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos says it will sever ties with the team unless it changes its name.
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CFL sponsor threatens to cut ties unless Edmonton changes team name

One of the sponsors of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos says it will sever ties with the team unless it changes its name.

Does the Trudeau government have a plan to end the pandemic economy?

When the Trudeau government releases its fiscal 'snapshot' today, all the attention will be on the eye-watering deficit and debt projections. But will we see any indication that Finance Minister Bill Morneau has a plan to rebuild a crippled economy?
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Does the Trudeau government have a plan to end the pandemic economy?

When the Trudeau government releases its fiscal 'snapshot' today, all the attention will be on the eye-watering deficit and debt projections. But will we see any indication that Finance Minister Bill Morneau has a plan to rebuild a crippled economy?

Canadians' COVID-19 fears are rising again — and the U.S. might be to blame

The daily case numbers are dropping in Canada. So why are Canadians reporting increased fears of getting the disease and greater pessimism about the future?
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Canadians' COVID-19 fears are rising again — and the U.S. might be to blame

The daily case numbers are dropping in Canada. So why are Canadians reporting increased fears of getting the disease and greater pessimism about the future?

Why the WHO won't say the coronavirus is airborne and driving the pandemic

The World Health Organization has refused to cave to pressure from more than 200 experts calling for it to update its messaging on the threat of the spread of the coronavirus through the air, citing a lack of “definitive” evidence.
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Why the WHO won't say the coronavirus is airborne and driving the pandemic

The World Health Organization has refused to cave to pressure from more than 200 experts calling for it to update its messaging on the threat of the spread of the coronavirus through the air, citing a lack of “definitive” evidence.

Family members haunted by lack of care for seniors during outbreak at Lynn Valley Care Centre

A group of women with family members at Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver are speaking out about what they saw during the beginning of the facility's deadly COVID-19 outbreak.
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Family members haunted by lack of care for seniors during outbreak at Lynn Valley Care Centre

A group of women with family members at Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver are speaking out about what they saw during the beginning of the facility's deadly COVID-19 outbreak.

Survivors of the '60s Scoop share stories of displacement in new interactive map

Indigenous survivors of the '60s Scoop are reuniting and sharing their stories thanks to a new online interactive map.
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Survivors of the '60s Scoop share stories of displacement in new interactive map

Indigenous survivors of the '60s Scoop are reuniting and sharing their stories thanks to a new online interactive map.

CFIA cancels imports of some puppies from Ukraine after dead dogs found on plane

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it will not allow commercial puppies under the age of eight months to be imported from Ukraine after dozens of dead or sick dogs were found on a flight at Toronto's airport.
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CFIA cancels imports of some puppies from Ukraine after dead dogs found on plane

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it will not allow commercial puppies under the age of eight months to be imported from Ukraine after dozens of dead or sick dogs were found on a flight at Toronto's airport.

RCMP say no charges will be laid after probe into Moncton induced-labour case

New Brunswick RCMP say no charges will be laid after women at the Moncton Hospital were allegedly given a labour-inducing drug without their consent last year.
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RCMP say no charges will be laid after probe into Moncton induced-labour case

New Brunswick RCMP say no charges will be laid after women at the Moncton Hospital were allegedly given a labour-inducing drug without their consent last year.

Ontario set to extend some emergency orders until next year

Ontario introduced new legislation Tuesday to enable the extension of some pandemic emergency orders over the next year, a move an opposition critic said could curb checks on the powers granted to the government.
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Ontario set to extend some emergency orders until next year

Ontario introduced new legislation Tuesday to enable the extension of some pandemic emergency orders over the next year, a move an opposition critic said could curb checks on the powers granted to the government.

Ontario introduces legislation to extend emergency orders into next year, as province reports 112 new cases

Ontario introduced new legislation Tuesday to enable the extension of some pandemic emergency orders over the next year, as the province reports 112 new cases. Only Toronto, Peel and York reported 10 or more new cases, with 30, 39 and 10, respectively. 
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Ontario introduces legislation to extend emergency orders into next year, as province reports 112 new cases

Ontario introduced new legislation Tuesday to enable the extension of some pandemic emergency orders over the next year, as the province reports 112 new cases. Only Toronto, Peel and York reported 10 or more new cases, with 30, 39 and 10, respectively. 

2 protesters attacked with hockey stick following Black and Indigenous Lives Matter rally in Winnipeg

Police in Winnipeg are investigating after two protesters were attacked with a hockey stick following a Black and Indigenous Lives Matter rally.
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2 protesters attacked with hockey stick following Black and Indigenous Lives Matter rally in Winnipeg

Police in Winnipeg are investigating after two protesters were attacked with a hockey stick following a Black and Indigenous Lives Matter rally.

Vancouver school teacher investigated for alleged sexual assault of student

Crown prosecutors are reviewing allegations that a teacher at a high school on Vancouver’s west side sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student, CTV News has learned.
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Vancouver school teacher investigated for alleged sexual assault of student

Crown prosecutors are reviewing allegations that a teacher at a high school on Vancouver’s west side sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student, CTV News has learned.

From proper cleaning to storing: Everything to know about face masks

From how to wear them to how to store them, experts answer some commonly asked questions regarding the proper use of face masks during the pandemic.
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From proper cleaning to storing: Everything to know about face masks

From how to wear them to how to store them, experts answer some commonly asked questions regarding the proper use of face masks during the pandemic.

Canadians less likely than most to wear masks when out in public, poll finds

Recent polling data shows that Canadians are more likely than Americans to praise their government's handling of COVID-19 and keep their hands to themselves in public, but less likely to wear masks when out of the house.
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Canadians less likely than most to wear masks when out in public, poll finds

Recent polling data shows that Canadians are more likely than Americans to praise their government's handling of COVID-19 and keep their hands to themselves in public, but less likely to wear masks when out of the house.

Ontario records dip in new COVID-19 cases, two new deaths

Officials confirmed an additional 112 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, which is a significant decrease from the 154 new infections reported on Monday.
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Ontario records dip in new COVID-19 cases, two new deaths

Officials confirmed an additional 112 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, which is a significant decrease from the 154 new infections reported on Monday.

B.C. couple escapes from 'debris flood' that filled home with mud, logs, rocks

At about 1:30 a.m., Garry and Mabel Moore were startled awake by a noise that sounded like a freight train barrelling through the house. Then a debris flow smashed through the bedroom wall.
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B.C. couple escapes from 'debris flood' that filled home with mud, logs, rocks

At about 1:30 a.m., Garry and Mabel Moore were startled awake by a noise that sounded like a freight train barrelling through the house. Then a debris flow smashed through the bedroom wall.

Walmart pulls 'All Lives Matter' shirts following protests, but Amazon is still selling them

Walmart has pulled merchandise bearing the slogan All Lives Matter sold by independent dealers on its website. Amazon still sells the items despite customer complaints.
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Walmart pulls 'All Lives Matter' shirts following protests, but Amazon is still selling them

Walmart has pulled merchandise bearing the slogan All Lives Matter sold by independent dealers on its website. Amazon still sells the items despite customer complaints.

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