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1-year-old boy dead, OPP officer injured in confrontation near Lindsay, Ont.

A one-year-old boy is dead and two people, including an Ontario Provincial Police officer, were seriously injured after a confrontation near Lindsay, Ont., on Thursday. 
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1-year-old boy dead, OPP officer injured in confrontation near Lindsay, Ont.

A one-year-old boy is dead and two people, including an Ontario Provincial Police officer, were seriously injured after a confrontation near Lindsay, Ont., on Thursday. 

Residential school survivor graduates high school at 61, says it's never too late for education

A residential school survivor who received his high school diploma last week says he hopes to inspire others to believe in their education goals.
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Residential school survivor graduates high school at 61, says it's never too late for education

A residential school survivor who received his high school diploma last week says he hopes to inspire others to believe in their education goals.

Provinces pressure Ottawa to pause plan to hike CPP premiums next year

Provincial finance ministers have quietly prodded Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to put a pause on planned increases in premiums workers and businesses pay into the Canada Pension Plan.
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Provinces pressure Ottawa to pause plan to hike CPP premiums next year

Provincial finance ministers have quietly prodded Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to put a pause on planned increases in premiums workers and businesses pay into the Canada Pension Plan.

Quebec mosque shooter's sentence reduced as appeal court rules consecutive life sentences are unconstitutional

The man who killed six people in a Quebec City mosque in 2017 received a «cruel and unusual» punishment when he was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 40 years, Quebec's Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday.
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Quebec mosque shooter's sentence reduced as appeal court rules consecutive life sentences are unconstitutional

The man who killed six people in a Quebec City mosque in 2017 received a «cruel and unusual» punishment when he was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 40 years, Quebec's Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday.

Police watchdog investigating after young boy dies, OPP officer injured in shooting near Lindsay, Ont.

A suspect is in custody after a shooting that left a young boy dead and an Ontario Provincial Police officer with serious injuries near Lindsay, Ont.
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Police watchdog investigating after young boy dies, OPP officer injured in shooting near Lindsay, Ont.

A suspect is in custody after a shooting that left a young boy dead and an Ontario Provincial Police officer with serious injuries near Lindsay, Ont.

Quebec mosque shooter's sentence reduced as Appeal Court rules consecutive prison terms are unconstitutional

The man who killed six people in a Quebec City mosque in 2017 received a «cruel and unusual» punishment when he was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 40 years, Quebec's Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday.
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Quebec mosque shooter's sentence reduced as Appeal Court rules consecutive prison terms are unconstitutional

The man who killed six people in a Quebec City mosque in 2017 received a «cruel and unusual» punishment when he was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 40 years, Quebec's Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday.

SIU investigating after young boy dies, OPP officer injured in shooting near Lindsay, Ont.

A suspect is in custody after a shooting that left a young boy dead and an Ontario Provincial Police officer with serious injuries near Lindsay, Ont.
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SIU investigating after young boy dies, OPP officer injured in shooting near Lindsay, Ont.

A suspect is in custody after a shooting that left a young boy dead and an Ontario Provincial Police officer with serious injuries near Lindsay, Ont.

Quebec mosque shooter's sentence cut from 40 to 25 years before possibility of parole

Quebec's Court of Appeal has ruled it was unconstitutional to give a 40-year prison sentence to the man who shot and killed six people and critically injured several others in a Quebec City mosque in 2017. The court reduced the sentence to 25 years without
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Quebec mosque shooter's sentence cut from 40 to 25 years before possibility of parole

Quebec's Court of Appeal has ruled it was unconstitutional to give a 40-year prison sentence to the man who shot and killed six people and critically injured several others in a Quebec City mosque in 2017. The court reduced the sentence to 25 years without the possibility of parole.

Quebec reports highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases, with 1,464

Quebec health authorities reported 1,464 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the province since the start of the pandemic to 136,894.
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Quebec reports highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases, with 1,464

Quebec health authorities reported 1,464 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the province since the start of the pandemic to 136,894.

Ontario reports more than 1,400 new COVID-19 cases, 21 new deaths

Ontario health officials are reporting more than 1,400 new cases of COVID-19 as the province gears up to release new projections for the disease today.
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Ontario reports more than 1,400 new COVID-19 cases, 21 new deaths

Ontario health officials are reporting more than 1,400 new cases of COVID-19 as the province gears up to release new projections for the disease today.

Police change locks at Toronto BBQ restaurant after charges laid for defying lockdown

Police have returned to an Etobicoke BBQ restaurant for a third day in a row after the establishment was charged for opening its doors for indoor dining, failing to comply with provincial COVID-19 lockdown rules.
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Police change locks at Toronto BBQ restaurant after charges laid for defying lockdown

Police have returned to an Etobicoke BBQ restaurant for a third day in a row after the establishment was charged for opening its doors for indoor dining, failing to comply with provincial COVID-19 lockdown rules.

Ontario moves to cap delivery app fees in regions where indoor dining banned

Ontario is moving to cap the fees third-party delivery apps impose on restaurants in regions where indoor dining is prohibited.
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Ontario moves to cap delivery app fees in regions where indoor dining banned

Ontario is moving to cap the fees third-party delivery apps impose on restaurants in regions where indoor dining is prohibited.

Edmundston officer who laughed talking about Chantel Moore's death must take Indigenous course

The lawyer representing Chantel Moore’s estate says the disciplinary actions ordered by the Edmundston police chief against Insp. Steve Robinson are “a good start,” but he'll also be asking to have him suspended without pay.
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Edmundston officer who laughed talking about Chantel Moore's death must take Indigenous course

The lawyer representing Chantel Moore’s estate says the disciplinary actions ordered by the Edmundston police chief against Insp. Steve Robinson are “a good start,” but he'll also be asking to have him suspended without pay.

How the health system is addressing vaccine hesitancy, a looming hurdle in race to end pandemic

Top public health officials are working on a campaign to inform Canadians about the safety of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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How the health system is addressing vaccine hesitancy, a looming hurdle in race to end pandemic

Top public health officials are working on a campaign to inform Canadians about the safety of a COVID-19 vaccine.

City of Toronto threatens to remove tiny shelters built to help the homeless, citing safety concerns

In October, the story of a Toronto carpenter who was building tiny portable shelters for people living on the streets to have a warmer, safer place to stay than in a tent, warmed the hearts across Canada -- but last week, he received a warning from the city,
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City of Toronto threatens to remove tiny shelters built to help the homeless, citing safety concerns

In October, the story of a Toronto carpenter who was building tiny portable shelters for people living on the streets to have a warmer, safer place to stay than in a tent, warmed the hearts across Canada -- but last week, he received a warning from the city, telling him his shelters were not permitted on city property due to safety concerns.

Sask. suspends team sports, activities along with other tweaks to existing COVID-19 restrictions

The province is also discouraging gatherings of any size, outside of your immediate household.
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Sask. suspends team sports, activities along with other tweaks to existing COVID-19 restrictions

The province is also discouraging gatherings of any size, outside of your immediate household.

Don't have people over for the holidays, Ontario government warns amid high COVID-19 case counts

The Ontario government is urging residents to refrain from hosting large holiday parties this year as the province continues to grapple with high COVID-19 case counts.
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Don't have people over for the holidays, Ontario government warns amid high COVID-19 case counts

The Ontario government is urging residents to refrain from hosting large holiday parties this year as the province continues to grapple with high COVID-19 case counts.

B.C. hotel worker suffered heart attack after being spit on by man refusing to wear mask, manager says

A hotel worker in Nelson, B.C., suffered a heart attack shortly after a confrontation with a patron who refused to wear a mask and wouldn't leave the hotel's coffee shop.
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B.C. hotel worker suffered heart attack after being spit on by man refusing to wear mask, manager says

A hotel worker in Nelson, B.C., suffered a heart attack shortly after a confrontation with a patron who refused to wear a mask and wouldn't leave the hotel's coffee shop.

Person of interest identified in murders of Barry and Honey Sherman, Toronto police confirm

A person of interest has been identified in the murders of billionaire couple Barry and Honey Sherman, the Toronto Police Service confirmed to CTV News Toronto on Wednesday.
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Person of interest identified in murders of Barry and Honey Sherman, Toronto police confirm

A person of interest has been identified in the murders of billionaire couple Barry and Honey Sherman, the Toronto Police Service confirmed to CTV News Toronto on Wednesday.

Baby comes home as B.C. mother remains in ICU due to COVID-19 complications

Dave McIntosh was able to take his newborn son home from the hospital in Abbotsford, B.C., Wednesday, but his wife, Gillian, the mother of their baby, remained in ICU, fighting for her life due to complications from COVID-19.
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Baby comes home as B.C. mother remains in ICU due to COVID-19 complications

Dave McIntosh was able to take his newborn son home from the hospital in Abbotsford, B.C., Wednesday, but his wife, Gillian, the mother of their baby, remained in ICU, fighting for her life due to complications from COVID-19.

Homework assignment to list 'positive' stories about residential schools under investigation

A B.C. school district is investigating after students were asked to find positive stories about Canada’s residential school system for Indigenous children.
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Homework assignment to list 'positive' stories about residential schools under investigation

A B.C. school district is investigating after students were asked to find positive stories about Canada’s residential school system for Indigenous children.

Saudi activist's trial moved to specialized terrorism court following rare court appearance

The trial of Saudi activist Loujain Alhathloul, detained in Saudi Arabia since May 2018, has been transferred from Saudi Arabia's criminal court to a court specializing in terrorism charges, according to her family.
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Saudi activist's trial moved to specialized terrorism court following rare court appearance

The trial of Saudi activist Loujain Alhathloul, detained in Saudi Arabia since May 2018, has been transferred from Saudi Arabia's criminal court to a court specializing in terrorism charges, according to her family.

Terry Fox favoured to appear on new $5 bill, survey suggests

The top pick out of eight Canadians on a short list to appear on the next $5 bill is Marathon of Hope icon Terry Fox, according to a survey released on Wednesday.
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Terry Fox favoured to appear on new $5 bill, survey suggests

The top pick out of eight Canadians on a short list to appear on the next $5 bill is Marathon of Hope icon Terry Fox, according to a survey released on Wednesday.

RCMP sergeant claims officer told her Meng Wanzhou's electronic device info sent to FBI

The RCMP sergeant who oversaw Meng Wanzhou’s arrest says the officer responsible for securing the Huawei executive’s phones told her the serial numbers attached to Meng’s electronic devices were sent to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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RCMP sergeant claims officer told her Meng Wanzhou's electronic device info sent to FBI

The RCMP sergeant who oversaw Meng Wanzhou’s arrest says the officer responsible for securing the Huawei executive’s phones told her the serial numbers attached to Meng’s electronic devices were sent to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Wednesday

Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Wednesday said he has «serious, serious problems» with a new report released by Ontario's auditor general that criticized the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Wednesday

Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Wednesday said he has «serious, serious problems» with a new report released by Ontario's auditor general that criticized the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

5 British Columbians dying every day from overdose, coroner reports

The BC Coroners Service says 162 people died in October due to overdoses from toxic illicit drugs, making it the fifth month in 2020 where the death toll has exceeded 160, and the eighth straight month with over 100 dead.
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5 British Columbians dying every day from overdose, coroner reports

The BC Coroners Service says 162 people died in October due to overdoses from toxic illicit drugs, making it the fifth month in 2020 where the death toll has exceeded 160, and the eighth straight month with over 100 dead.

N.S. Indigenous fishery to shut down for two weeks due to endangered right whales in area

Nova Scotia's Sipekne'katik fishery has announced a two-week shutdown due to the presence of endangered North Atlantic right whales in the area.
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N.S. Indigenous fishery to shut down for two weeks due to endangered right whales in area

Nova Scotia's Sipekne'katik fishery has announced a two-week shutdown due to the presence of endangered North Atlantic right whales in the area.

B.C. child bride case: No more charges related to investigation in Bountiful

A special prosecutor in British Columbia has declined to approve any further charges against people associated with the community of Bountiful where a fundamentalist Christian sect practises polygamy.
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B.C. child bride case: No more charges related to investigation in Bountiful

A special prosecutor in British Columbia has declined to approve any further charges against people associated with the community of Bountiful where a fundamentalist Christian sect practises polygamy.

'These spaces are lifelines:' Nunavut lockdown leaves some with nowhere to go

With Nunavut in a territorywide shutdown, many community lifelines are closed, leaving some with nowhere to go.
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'These spaces are lifelines:' Nunavut lockdown leaves some with nowhere to go

With Nunavut in a territorywide shutdown, many community lifelines are closed, leaving some with nowhere to go.

Top public servant says few redactions of cabinet confidences made to WE documents

The top federal public servant says only a small fraction of the 5,000-plus pages of documents the government has released on the WE Charity affair were blacked out.
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Top public servant says few redactions of cabinet confidences made to WE documents

The top federal public servant says only a small fraction of the 5,000-plus pages of documents the government has released on the WE Charity affair were blacked out.

What Canada's hardest-hit provinces can learn from those that handled COVID-19 best

Alberta and the Atlantic provinces are both scrambling to reduce a rising number of COVID-19 cases, but due to different responses early in the pandemic their circumstances are very different.
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What Canada's hardest-hit provinces can learn from those that handled COVID-19 best

Alberta and the Atlantic provinces are both scrambling to reduce a rising number of COVID-19 cases, but due to different responses early in the pandemic their circumstances are very different.

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