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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 efforts underway for 39 miners trapped underground in Sudbury, Ont., since Sunday

Thirty-nine Vale employees have been trapped underground in the Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., since Sunday, the company says, telling CBC on Monday «our focus is squarely on the safety of the employees.»
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Rescue efforts underway for 39 miners trapped underground in Sudbury, Ont., since Sunday

Thirty-nine Vale employees have been trapped underground in the Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., since Sunday, the company says, telling CBC on Monday «our focus is squarely on the safety of the employees.»

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.

Long-lost John Lennon interviews from Winnipeg-born journalist go up for auction

Growing up, Leo Zeilig always knew his dad once snagged a series of interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the late 1960s. But it wasn’t until last year that his family finally discovered what had become of those recordings from Winnipeg-born freelanc
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Long-lost John Lennon interviews from Winnipeg-born journalist go up for auction

Growing up, Leo Zeilig always knew his dad once snagged a series of interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the late 1960s. But it wasn’t until last year that his family finally discovered what had become of those recordings from Winnipeg-born freelance journalist Ken Zeilig.

Dalhousie University condemns 'reckless' behaviour of students after weekend street parties

Dalhousie University is condemning the actions of students who took part in large street parties in Halifax over the weekend, and says it is pursuing disciplinary action.
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Dalhousie University condemns 'reckless' behaviour of students after weekend street parties

Dalhousie University is condemning the actions of students who took part in large street parties in Halifax over the weekend, and says it is pursuing disciplinary action.

Alberta premier rejects call for COVID 'firebreak,' says new measures would punish the vaccinated

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney rejected calls for a «hard lockdown» during an appearance on a radio program Sunday, the same day that his province's former top doctor signed a letter calling for immediate «firebreak» measures to deal wit
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Alberta premier rejects call for COVID 'firebreak,' says new measures would punish the vaccinated

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney rejected calls for a «hard lockdown» during an appearance on a radio program Sunday, the same day that his province's former top doctor signed a letter calling for immediate «firebreak» measures to deal with surging cases of COVID-19.

At 7-Eleven, I went from Promod to Peter — and I have mixed feelings about it

Nearly 50 years after he arrived as a new immigrant and was dubbed Peter by his manager who found his name hard to pronounce, Promod Puri reflects on what he gained — and lost — with his new nickname.
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At 7-Eleven, I went from Promod to Peter — and I have mixed feelings about it

Nearly 50 years after he arrived as a new immigrant and was dubbed Peter by his manager who found his name hard to pronounce, Promod Puri reflects on what he gained — and lost — with his new nickname.

Forced to sit out during pandemic, nurse calls for changes to Ontario's registration process

More than 20 months after arriving to Canada, a nurse practitioner trained in the U.S. is still waiting to be allowed to work in a health-care field affected by drastic shortages and burnout.
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Forced to sit out during pandemic, nurse calls for changes to Ontario's registration process

More than 20 months after arriving to Canada, a nurse practitioner trained in the U.S. is still waiting to be allowed to work in a health-care field affected by drastic shortages and burnout.

3D printing could help build homes with unique designs more cheaply, advocates say

Recent demonstration projects show that 3D printing technology could one day be used to build houses with unique designs quickly and more cheaply, using fewer skilled workers who may be in short supply, advocates say.
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3D printing could help build homes with unique designs more cheaply, advocates say

Recent demonstration projects show that 3D printing technology could one day be used to build houses with unique designs quickly and more cheaply, using fewer skilled workers who may be in short supply, advocates say.

Industrial plastic is spilling into Great Lakes, and no one's regulating it, experts warn

About 10,000 tons of plastic waste are getting into the Great Lakes every year, threatening one of the largest reservoirs of freshwater on the planet that supports nearly 50 million people in Canada and the U.S.
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Industrial plastic is spilling into Great Lakes, and no one's regulating it, experts warn

About 10,000 tons of plastic waste are getting into the Great Lakes every year, threatening one of the largest reservoirs of freshwater on the planet that supports nearly 50 million people in Canada and the U.S.

A guide to COVID-19 school outbreak protocols across Canada

In the event of a COVID-19 outbreak in schools, each province and territory has assembled protocols for case management and mitigation measures. CBC News gives a brief breakdown of what you need to know in each region.
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A guide to COVID-19 school outbreak protocols across Canada

In the event of a COVID-19 outbreak in schools, each province and territory has assembled protocols for case management and mitigation measures. CBC News gives a brief breakdown of what you need to know in each region.

Alberta's former chief medical officer of health calls for 'urgent' COVID-19 change

Alberta's former chief medical officer of health (CMOH) has co-written a letter to the new health minister Jason Copping, strongly recommending additional measures in the province as the pandemic's fourth wave continues to strain hospital capacity.
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Alberta's former chief medical officer of health calls for 'urgent' COVID-19 change

Alberta's former chief medical officer of health (CMOH) has co-written a letter to the new health minister Jason Copping, strongly recommending additional measures in the province as the pandemic's fourth wave continues to strain hospital capacity.

Canadian bishop hopes residential school apology marks 'step of healing'

A Calgary bishop says he hopes the apology the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops made earlier this week for its church’s involvement in residential schools marks “a step of healing” toward reconciliation with survivors and their families.
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Canadian bishop hopes residential school apology marks 'step of healing'

A Calgary bishop says he hopes the apology the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops made earlier this week for its church’s involvement in residential schools marks “a step of healing” toward reconciliation with survivors and their families.

Ontario's COVID-19 rates lower than expected due to public health measures, say 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, say 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.

Hudson's Bay's sale of orange shirts to support residential school survivors raises questions

In an Instagram post earlier this week, the Hudson's Bay Company said it is selling orange shirts with the slogan «Every Child Matters» — leading many Indigenous people to wonder whether the company is profiting off the painful legacy of reside
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Hudson's Bay's sale of orange shirts to support residential school survivors raises questions

In an Instagram post earlier this week, the Hudson's Bay Company said it is selling orange shirts with the slogan «Every Child Matters» — leading many Indigenous people to wonder whether the company is profiting off the painful legacy of residential schools. 

Alberta's former chief medical officer pf health calls for 'urgent' COVID-19 change

Alberta's former chief medical officer of health (CMOH) has co-written a letter to the new health minister Jason Copping, strongly recommending additional measures in the province as the pandemic's fourth wave continues to strain hospital capacity.
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Alberta's former chief medical officer pf health calls for 'urgent' COVID-19 change

Alberta's former chief medical officer of health (CMOH) has co-written a letter to the new health minister Jason Copping, strongly recommending additional measures in the province as the pandemic's fourth wave continues to strain hospital capacity.

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.

Nunavut mothers sick of travelling to give birth say birthing services sorely lacking

Iqaluit is currently the only place in Nunavut to give birth, and some who are expecting have to travel all the way to Winnipeg after birthing services were suspended in Rankin Inlet more than a year ago. Three Nunavut mothers shared their birthing experience
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Nunavut mothers sick of travelling to give birth say birthing services sorely lacking

Iqaluit is currently the only place in Nunavut to give birth, and some who are expecting have to travel all the way to Winnipeg after birthing services were suspended in Rankin Inlet more than a year ago. Three Nunavut mothers shared their birthing experiences.

Ontario patients fear vision loss as no end in sight to optometrists' dispute with province

After enduring four painful eye surgeries this year alone, Lisa Adams needs to get a new prescription. The problem is she can't get an appointment as optometrists continue to turn away OHIP patients as part of a job action against the provincial government.
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Ontario patients fear vision loss as no end in sight to optometrists' dispute with province

After enduring four painful eye surgeries this year alone, Lisa Adams needs to get a new prescription. The problem is she can't get an appointment as optometrists continue to turn away OHIP patients as part of a job action against the provincial government.

Consent courses, training about campus sexual violence exist, but students and experts say more is needed

Sexual assault complaints filed after Western University's orientation week have revived talk about the ongoing problem of sexual violence on post-secondary campuses, along with questions about what institutions are doing to educate campus communities about t
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Consent courses, training about campus sexual violence exist, but students and experts say more is needed

Sexual assault complaints filed after Western University's orientation week have revived talk about the ongoing problem of sexual violence on post-secondary campuses, along with questions about what institutions are doing to educate campus communities about the issue.

Snowbirds eye return to Florida even as sunshine state battles COVID-19

The allure of escaping Canada's winter weather may be strong enough to drive more snowbirds to head to Florida during the coming second winter of the pandemic.
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Snowbirds eye return to Florida even as sunshine state battles COVID-19

The allure of escaping Canada's winter weather may be strong enough to drive more snowbirds to head to Florida during the coming second winter of the pandemic.

Black, Indigenous mothers say they were sterilized without full consent at Quebec hospitals

A Radio-Canada investigation has revealed that some women in Quebec were pressured or forced into getting their tubes tied during or shortly after childbirth.
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Black, Indigenous mothers say they were sterilized without full consent at Quebec hospitals

A Radio-Canada investigation has revealed that some women in Quebec were pressured or forced into getting their tubes tied during or shortly after childbirth.

'It's 2021': Nunavut mothers say it's high time the territory gets more birthing services

Iqaluit is currently the only place in Nunavut to give birth, and some who are expecting have to travel all the way to Winnipeg after birthing services were suspended in Rankin Inlet more than a year ago. Three Nunavut mothers shared their birthing experience
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'It's 2021': Nunavut mothers say it's high time the territory gets more birthing services

Iqaluit is currently the only place in Nunavut to give birth, and some who are expecting have to travel all the way to Winnipeg after birthing services were suspended in Rankin Inlet more than a year ago. Three Nunavut mothers shared their birthing experiences.

Justice rules unvaccinated jurors won't be able to serve in upcoming Calgary trial

A Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta justice has excused all unvaccinated potential jurors in an upcoming Calgary jury trial. 
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Justice rules unvaccinated jurors won't be able to serve in upcoming Calgary trial

A Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta justice has excused all unvaccinated potential jurors in an upcoming Calgary jury trial. 

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