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'Outnumber the mask-wearers': Mask protest planned at Calgary's Chinook Centre

Police and mall security staff say they are aware of and prepared for a possible anti-mask protest scheduled to take place at Calgary's largest shopping centre.

Lawsuit from B.C. man who thought Canada Dry ginger ale had medicinal properties settled for $200K

A class-action lawsuit launched by a B.C. man who said he was misled into believing Canada Dry ginger ale has medicinal properties has been settled for $200,000.
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Lawsuit from B.C. man who thought Canada Dry ginger ale had medicinal properties settled for $200K

A class-action lawsuit launched by a B.C. man who said he was misled into believing Canada Dry ginger ale has medicinal properties has been settled for $200,000.

Teacher, 36, killed in second flying wheel crash on same stretch of Edmonton road

The driver killed after her vehicle was struck by a flying wheel in west Edmonton Wednesday morning was a 36-year-old teacher, CTV News has learned.
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Teacher, 36, killed in second flying wheel crash on same stretch of Edmonton road

The driver killed after her vehicle was struck by a flying wheel in west Edmonton Wednesday morning was a 36-year-old teacher, CTV News has learned.

Ontario hospital's ICU team helps patient accompany his daughter down the aisle

A Kitchener, Ont. hospital went the extra mile for a terminally ill father-of-the-bride whose daughter wanted him to see her on her wedding day.
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Ontario hospital's ICU team helps patient accompany his daughter down the aisle

A Kitchener, Ont. hospital went the extra mile for a terminally ill father-of-the-bride whose daughter wanted him to see her on her wedding day.

Quebec announces $25M in mental health funding as demand increases

Quebec announced an additional $25 million in funding for mental health services on Wednesday as the demand continues to increase across the province.
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Quebec announces $25M in mental health funding as demand increases

Quebec announced an additional $25 million in funding for mental health services on Wednesday as the demand continues to increase across the province.

After 20-year effort, Indigenous elder can finally officiate weddings without a church

Ojibway Elder Dot Beaucage-Kennedy can now legally perform First Nations weddings after the government of Ontario amended the Marriage Act earlier this month to recognize traditional ceremonies by Indigenous officiants.
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After 20-year effort, Indigenous elder can finally officiate weddings without a church

Ojibway Elder Dot Beaucage-Kennedy can now legally perform First Nations weddings after the government of Ontario amended the Marriage Act earlier this month to recognize traditional ceremonies by Indigenous officiants.

Family members of PS752 victims report receiving threats for speaking out against Iranian regime

Canadians who lost loved ones when Iran shot down Flight PS752 earlier this year have been reporting an increasing number of threats warning them against criticizing Iran's response to the disaster.
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Family members of PS752 victims report receiving threats for speaking out against Iranian regime

Canadians who lost loved ones when Iran shot down Flight PS752 earlier this year have been reporting an increasing number of threats warning them against criticizing Iran's response to the disaster.

Husky pipeline spills 900,000 litres of produced water in northwestern Alberta

Husky Energy says 900,000 litres of produced water spilled from one of its pipelines in the Rainbow Lake area of northwestern Alberta.
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Husky pipeline spills 900,000 litres of produced water in northwestern Alberta

Husky Energy says 900,000 litres of produced water spilled from one of its pipelines in the Rainbow Lake area of northwestern Alberta.

Teacher at Toronto school fined for allegedly not wearing a mask

A teacher at a Toronto Catholic school that was shut down earlier this month following an outbreak of COVID-19 has been fined after the Ministry of Labour says the employee allegedly failed to wear protective equipment required by their employer.
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Teacher at Toronto school fined for allegedly not wearing a mask

A teacher at a Toronto Catholic school that was shut down earlier this month following an outbreak of COVID-19 has been fined after the Ministry of Labour says the employee allegedly failed to wear protective equipment required by their employer.

Exploitation of migrant workers has increased during pandemic, report says

The Migrant Rights Network is calling for full and permanent immigration status for all migrants as it releases a report detailing the alleged abuses suffered by hundreds of racialized migrant domestic workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Exploitation of migrant workers has increased during pandemic, report says

The Migrant Rights Network is calling for full and permanent immigration status for all migrants as it releases a report detailing the alleged abuses suffered by hundreds of racialized migrant domestic workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Opioid deaths skyrocket, mental health suffers due to pandemic restrictions, new federal report says

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on Canadians suffering from mental illness, opioid addiction and other substance abuse problems, says a new study released today by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) which confirms anecdotal reports warnin
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Opioid deaths skyrocket, mental health suffers due to pandemic restrictions, new federal report says

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on Canadians suffering from mental illness, opioid addiction and other substance abuse problems, says a new study released today by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) which confirms anecdotal reports warning that the pandemic's health consequences extend well beyond COVID-19 itself.

Investigation launched into violent arrest caught on camera in B.C. Interior

The RCMP has launched an internal investigation after video surfaced showing an officer repeatedly striking a suspect during an arrest in the B.C. Interior.
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Investigation launched into violent arrest caught on camera in B.C. Interior

The RCMP has launched an internal investigation after video surfaced showing an officer repeatedly striking a suspect during an arrest in the B.C. Interior.

About 150 people told to get tested after COVID-19 case at Chatham-Kent blood donor clinic

Chatham-Kent Public Health says about 150 people have been told to get a COVID-19 test after a confirmed case of the disease at a blood donor clinic in the region.
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About 150 people told to get tested after COVID-19 case at Chatham-Kent blood donor clinic

Chatham-Kent Public Health says about 150 people have been told to get a COVID-19 test after a confirmed case of the disease at a blood donor clinic in the region.

Video released of violent 2017 arrest as part of Calgary police officer's assault trial

Video of a violent 2017 arrest in Calgary released this week as part of a court proceeding is receiving backlash online.
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Video released of violent 2017 arrest as part of Calgary police officer's assault trial

Video of a violent 2017 arrest in Calgary released this week as part of a court proceeding is receiving backlash online.

Teacher at Toronto school fined for failing to wear proper PPE

A teacher at a Toronto school that was shut down earlier this month following an outbreak of COVID-19 has been fined after the Ministry of Labour said the employee failed to wear protective equipment required by their employer.
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Teacher at Toronto school fined for failing to wear proper PPE

A teacher at a Toronto school that was shut down earlier this month following an outbreak of COVID-19 has been fined after the Ministry of Labour said the employee failed to wear protective equipment required by their employer.

Toronto family demands answers after learning son was buried naked in numbered grave

A Toronto family who was searching for their missing loved one is calling for justice after they were informed that he had died and was buried weeks earlier in a numbered grave.
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Toronto family demands answers after learning son was buried naked in numbered grave

A Toronto family who was searching for their missing loved one is calling for justice after they were informed that he had died and was buried weeks earlier in a numbered grave.

Bank of Canada plans to keep interest rate near zero until 2023

The Bank of Canada says it has no plans to change its benchmark interest rate until inflation gets back to two per cent and stays there, something the central bank says isn't likely to happen until 2023.
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Bank of Canada plans to keep interest rate near zero until 2023

The Bank of Canada says it has no plans to change its benchmark interest rate until inflation gets back to two per cent and stays there, something the central bank says isn't likely to happen until 2023.

DND calls sexual misconduct in military a 'wicked problem,' seeks long-term solutions

Sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is “a wicked problem” with no easy solution, and the plan to address it is being given a retooling for the long haul, says the Department of National Defence.
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DND calls sexual misconduct in military a 'wicked problem,' seeks long-term solutions

Sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is “a wicked problem” with no easy solution, and the plan to address it is being given a retooling for the long haul, says the Department of National Defence.

Bloc Québécois seeks official apology for October Crisis detentions

Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet is demanding that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize on behalf of the federal government for the implementation of the War Measures Act and the arrest of hundreds of people in Quebec during the October Cris
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Bloc Québécois seeks official apology for October Crisis detentions

Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet is demanding that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize on behalf of the federal government for the implementation of the War Measures Act and the arrest of hundreds of people in Quebec during the October Crisis in 1970.

Ottawa, health experts, splash cold water on extending Atlantic bubble to Cuba

As seats begin to fill up on chartered flights scheduled to fly from Halifax to Cuba this winter, questions are beginning to emerge.
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Ottawa, health experts, splash cold water on extending Atlantic bubble to Cuba

As seats begin to fill up on chartered flights scheduled to fly from Halifax to Cuba this winter, questions are beginning to emerge.

Vancouver woman who escaped NXIVM sex cult relieved with leader's 120-year prison sentence

A Vancouver woman who sued NXIVM leader Keith Raniere for abuse she suffered in the cult says she can finally move on with her life after he was sentenced to 120 years in prison on Tuesday.
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Vancouver woman who escaped NXIVM sex cult relieved with leader's 120-year prison sentence

A Vancouver woman who sued NXIVM leader Keith Raniere for abuse she suffered in the cult says she can finally move on with her life after he was sentenced to 120 years in prison on Tuesday.

Canada quietly prepares for the possible challenges of a Biden presidency

While Joe Biden's ties to Canada are deep and wide, his campaign platform has more than a touch of protectionism to it. The Trump presidency put new strains on the Canada-U.S. relationship. Would a Biden presidency be better for it?
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Canada quietly prepares for the possible challenges of a Biden presidency

While Joe Biden's ties to Canada are deep and wide, his campaign platform has more than a touch of protectionism to it. The Trump presidency put new strains on the Canada-U.S. relationship. Would a Biden presidency be better for it?

RCMP used covert search and surveillance powers before arresting high-level intelligence official

The RCMP obtained more than two dozen court-ordered warrants and authorizations over a 15-month period prior to and after the arrest of Cameron Ortis, then the director general of its National Intelligence Co-ordination Centre.
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RCMP used covert search and surveillance powers before arresting high-level intelligence official

The RCMP obtained more than two dozen court-ordered warrants and authorizations over a 15-month period prior to and after the arrest of Cameron Ortis, then the director general of its National Intelligence Co-ordination Centre.

Is more testing behind the record numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada? Your testing questions answered

Are the record case counts in many provinces caused by increased testing? How long are test samples good for? Why can’t you provide a stool sample instead of getting a nose swab? Are pharmacy tests accurate? Here are the answers to some of your COVID-19 tes
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Is more testing behind the record numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada? Your testing questions answered

Are the record case counts in many provinces caused by increased testing? How long are test samples good for? Why can’t you provide a stool sample instead of getting a nose swab? Are pharmacy tests accurate? Here are the answers to some of your COVID-19 testing questions.

Midway through fall, educators feel overwhelmed, stressed with 'no time to breathe,' 'no time to prep'

Classrooms look like they never have before this fall and teachers are feeling the weight of returning to school amid the pandemic, regardless of whether they're in a region deemed a COVID-19 hot spot or an area with little or no community transmission.
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Midway through fall, educators feel overwhelmed, stressed with 'no time to breathe,' 'no time to prep'

Classrooms look like they never have before this fall and teachers are feeling the weight of returning to school amid the pandemic, regardless of whether they're in a region deemed a COVID-19 hot spot or an area with little or no community transmission.

Convicted B.C. killer did not understand consequences of his guilty plea, appeal court hears

A psychologist and psychiatrist who evaluated Phillip Tallio before the guilty plea that landed him in prison for most of his life both testified this week that they believed he did not have the intellect to understand the seriousness of his situation.
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Convicted B.C. killer did not understand consequences of his guilty plea, appeal court hears

A psychologist and psychiatrist who evaluated Phillip Tallio before the guilty plea that landed him in prison for most of his life both testified this week that they believed he did not have the intellect to understand the seriousness of his situation.

Police break up massive party at Chelsea, Que. Airbnb; 83 students fined $1,000 each

Police in the Outaouais region of Quebec say 83 students are each facing a $1,000 fine after officers broke up a party at an Airbnb in Chelsea over the weekend.
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Police break up massive party at Chelsea, Que. Airbnb; 83 students fined $1,000 each

Police in the Outaouais region of Quebec say 83 students are each facing a $1,000 fine after officers broke up a party at an Airbnb in Chelsea over the weekend.

Youth-led climate change lawsuit dismissed by Federal Court

A Federal Court judge ruled Tuesday that the Canadian government won't be going on trial for contributions to climate change — striking down a lawsuit brought by 15 young Canadians who argued the government was violating their charter rights.
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Youth-led climate change lawsuit dismissed by Federal Court

A Federal Court judge ruled Tuesday that the Canadian government won't be going on trial for contributions to climate change — striking down a lawsuit brought by 15 young Canadians who argued the government was violating their charter rights.

Toronto family wants justice after son is buried naked in virtually unmarked grave without them being notified

A Toronto family who was searching for their missing loved one is calling for justice after they were informed that he had died and was buried naked weeks earlier without their knowledge in a virtually unmarked grave.
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Toronto family wants justice after son is buried naked in virtually unmarked grave without them being notified

A Toronto family who was searching for their missing loved one is calling for justice after they were informed that he had died and was buried naked weeks earlier without their knowledge in a virtually unmarked grave.

Nunavut legislation would create civilian police oversight with cultural adviser

Nunavut is not closing the door on having its own police oversight body and new legislation would allow it to start hiring civilian investigative groups, says the territory's deputy justice minister.
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Nunavut legislation would create civilian police oversight with cultural adviser

Nunavut is not closing the door on having its own police oversight body and new legislation would allow it to start hiring civilian investigative groups, says the territory's deputy justice minister.

Manitoba sees single-day record of COVID-19 cases, three more deaths announced

Manitoba saw another spike in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as health officials announced a single-day record with 183 total cases, along with three deaths linked to outbreaks in Winnipeg.
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Manitoba sees single-day record of COVID-19 cases, three more deaths announced

Manitoba saw another spike in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as health officials announced a single-day record with 183 total cases, along with three deaths linked to outbreaks in Winnipeg.

Poll suggests Canadians skittish on future immigration increases as pandemic persists

New data suggests that Canadians are feeling skittish about any future increases in immigration levels for the next 12 months.
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Poll suggests Canadians skittish on future immigration increases as pandemic persists

New data suggests that Canadians are feeling skittish about any future increases in immigration levels for the next 12 months.

Despite convictions for assault, drunk driving only 7 Toronto cops fired at discipline tribunal over 10 years

A quarter of the disciplinary hearings held for Toronto police officers in the last decade involved an officer who was guilty of a crime like impaired driving, assault or possession of prohibited firearms, a CBC News investigation found.
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Despite convictions for assault, drunk driving only 7 Toronto cops fired at discipline tribunal over 10 years

A quarter of the disciplinary hearings held for Toronto police officers in the last decade involved an officer who was guilty of a crime like impaired driving, assault or possession of prohibited firearms, a CBC News investigation found.

Cenovus to cut up to 25% of combined workforce with Husky Energy after merger

The $3.8-billion merger between Cenovus Energy and Husky Energy will result in a trimming of the workforce by as much as 25 per cent, CBC News has confirmed.
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Cenovus to cut up to 25% of combined workforce with Husky Energy after merger

The $3.8-billion merger between Cenovus Energy and Husky Energy will result in a trimming of the workforce by as much as 25 per cent, CBC News has confirmed.

Mother on trial: Crown says death of 7-year-old girl in Langley, B.C., was 'planned and deliberate'

A trial is now underway for a Langley, B.C., woman accused of killing her seven-year-old daughter in 2018.
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Mother on trial: Crown says death of 7-year-old girl in Langley, B.C., was 'planned and deliberate'

A trial is now underway for a Langley, B.C., woman accused of killing her seven-year-old daughter in 2018.

Mi'kmaq band finds buyer for portion of lobster catch after alleged blacklisting

A First Nation in Nova Scotia that was struggling to sell its lobster amid tensions over its self-regulated fishery says it has managed to find a buyer for a portion of its catch.
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Mi'kmaq band finds buyer for portion of lobster catch after alleged blacklisting

A First Nation in Nova Scotia that was struggling to sell its lobster amid tensions over its self-regulated fishery says it has managed to find a buyer for a portion of its catch.

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