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Calgary mall swamped with shoppers, police called in

Police officers were called in to help disperse a crowd of «unruly customers» at Calgary's Chinook Centre Friday evening, CTV News has learned.
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Calgary mall swamped with shoppers, police called in

Police officers were called in to help disperse a crowd of «unruly customers» at Calgary's Chinook Centre Friday evening, CTV News has learned.

'Won't strap people down': Kenney dismisses idea of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination

Premier Jason Kenney has panned the idea of making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for all Albertans, he announced on social media this week.
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'Won't strap people down': Kenney dismisses idea of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination

Premier Jason Kenney has panned the idea of making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for all Albertans, he announced on social media this week.

Funeral underway for Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Hovingh

Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Hovingh, who was killed in the line of duty last week on Manitoulin Island, will be laid to rest Saturday.
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Funeral underway for Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Hovingh

Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Hovingh, who was killed in the line of duty last week on Manitoulin Island, will be laid to rest Saturday.

Calgary Zoo's giant pandas sent packing after international permits secured

Difficulties securing fresh bamboo amidst the pandemic prompted the zoo to begin arranging the return of Er Shun and Da Mao in the spring, but red tape delayed their departure for months.
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Calgary Zoo's giant pandas sent packing after international permits secured

Difficulties securing fresh bamboo amidst the pandemic prompted the zoo to begin arranging the return of Er Shun and Da Mao in the spring, but red tape delayed their departure for months.

Woman says she felt 'violated' and 'betrayed' after visit to N.S. doctor's office

A woman who says she was sexually assaulted at her doctor's office in Springhill is sharing her story publicly. She has several concerns with what she says happened, including whether the doctor's conditions were being monitored.
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Woman says she felt 'violated' and 'betrayed' after visit to N.S. doctor's office

A woman who says she was sexually assaulted at her doctor's office in Springhill is sharing her story publicly. She has several concerns with what she says happened, including whether the doctor's conditions were being monitored.

'Everybody's coughing': Saskatoon inmates say COVID-19 cases weren't moved out of crowded unit

«It's a joke. There's no self-isolating on an overcrowded unit because there's a shared bathroom and one of the inmate cleaners has COVID,» one inmate said.
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'Everybody's coughing': Saskatoon inmates say COVID-19 cases weren't moved out of crowded unit

«It's a joke. There's no self-isolating on an overcrowded unit because there's a shared bathroom and one of the inmate cleaners has COVID,» one inmate said.

Chantel Moore's mother bemoans justice system after brother dies by suicide

Chantel Moore’s family is in mourning after her brother died by suicide just months after Chantel’s death during a wellness check by police in New Brunswick.
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Chantel Moore's mother bemoans justice system after brother dies by suicide

Chantel Moore’s family is in mourning after her brother died by suicide just months after Chantel’s death during a wellness check by police in New Brunswick.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency warns against consuming meat bottled by P.E.I. man

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning against consuming beef and chicken that was bottled by a Prince Edward Island man and sold through classified ads in provincial newspapers.
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency warns against consuming meat bottled by P.E.I. man

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning against consuming beef and chicken that was bottled by a Prince Edward Island man and sold through classified ads in provincial newspapers.

Quebec reports 1,269 new COVID-19 cases, 38 more deaths

Quebec reported that 138,163 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in the province and 6,984 people have died since the start of the pandemic.
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Quebec reports 1,269 new COVID-19 cases, 38 more deaths

Quebec reported that 138,163 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in the province and 6,984 people have died since the start of the pandemic.

Boy dead, police officer seriously injured after incident near Lindsay, Ont.

The province's police watchdog is investigating an interaction between a 33-year-old man and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) near Lindsay, Ont. on Thursday that left the man and a police officer seriously wounded and the man's one-year-old son, who he all
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Boy dead, police officer seriously injured after incident near Lindsay, Ont.

The province's police watchdog is investigating an interaction between a 33-year-old man and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) near Lindsay, Ont. on Thursday that left the man and a police officer seriously wounded and the man's one-year-old son, who he allegedly abducted, dead.

Unconstitutional searches and faulty warrants: how a child porn case against a Sudbury surgeon collapsed

It's an understatement to say people in Greater Sudbury were shocked in May 2019 when Sudbury nephrologist Dr. Ian MacDonald was charged with using a computer at Health Sciences North to access child pornography. But bigger shocks were to come.
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Unconstitutional searches and faulty warrants: how a child porn case against a Sudbury surgeon collapsed

It's an understatement to say people in Greater Sudbury were shocked in May 2019 when Sudbury nephrologist Dr. Ian MacDonald was charged with using a computer at Health Sciences North to access child pornography. But bigger shocks were to come.

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.

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.

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.

B.C. reports record-shattering 941 cases of COVID-19, 10 deaths

Health officials announced another 941 cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia on Tuesday, shattering the province's previous record for daily infections.
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B.C. reports record-shattering 941 cases of COVID-19, 10 deaths

Health officials announced another 941 cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia on Tuesday, shattering the province's previous record for daily infections.

What are the shipping deadlines this year for holiday parcels?

Canadians are being advised to shop early and ship early to make sure their parcels arrive on time for the holiday season, as Canada Post and FedEx brace for record shipment volumes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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What are the shipping deadlines this year for holiday parcels?

Canadians are being advised to shop early and ship early to make sure their parcels arrive on time for the holiday season, as Canada Post and FedEx brace for record shipment volumes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sask. jails may house some inmates in trailers to limit COVID-19 spread

As part of its pandemic response, Saskatchewan's corrections ministry is setting up modular living units in trailers at its facilities in Saskatoon and Regina in hopes of reducing the spread of COVID-19 among inmates.
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Sask. jails may house some inmates in trailers to limit COVID-19 spread

As part of its pandemic response, Saskatchewan's corrections ministry is setting up modular living units in trailers at its facilities in Saskatoon and Regina in hopes of reducing the spread of COVID-19 among inmates.

Quebec announces plans to strengthen French language laws

'Quebec was born in French, and it will stay French,' French Language Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette said at a news conference on Tuesday. He added that the changes won't impact services available for English-speaking Quebecers.
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Quebec announces plans to strengthen French language laws

'Quebec was born in French, and it will stay French,' French Language Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette said at a news conference on Tuesday. He added that the changes won't impact services available for English-speaking Quebecers.

'Time to take some tough measures': New restrictions announced as N.S. sees 37 new COVID-19 cases

As Nova Scotia reports 37 new cases of COVID-19 – the greatest number of cases the province has seen since April – Premier Stephen McNeil says it’s “time to take some tough measures” to limit the spread.
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'Time to take some tough measures': New restrictions announced as N.S. sees 37 new COVID-19 cases

As Nova Scotia reports 37 new cases of COVID-19 – the greatest number of cases the province has seen since April – Premier Stephen McNeil says it’s “time to take some tough measures” to limit the spread.

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