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Fire that forced evacuation of Labrador City was nearly out — but then it exploded

The fire that forced thousands out of their homes in Labrador City Friday night was gently smoldering and under control this week, but a sudden change in conditions caused it to explode into 'an extremely aggressive inferno.'
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Fire that forced evacuation of Labrador City was nearly out — but then it exploded

The fire that forced thousands out of their homes in Labrador City Friday night was gently smoldering and under control this week, but a sudden change in conditions caused it to explode into 'an extremely aggressive inferno.'

Girl, 12, kicked out of Quebec karate class for wearing hijab: human rights commission

The Quebec Human Rights Commission is seeking $13,000 for the family of a 12-year-old girl who was kicked out of her karate class for wearing a hijab.
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Girl, 12, kicked out of Quebec karate class for wearing hijab: human rights commission

The Quebec Human Rights Commission is seeking $13,000 for the family of a 12-year-old girl who was kicked out of her karate class for wearing a hijab.

Family members devastated by death of Toronto man allegedly swarmed by teens

Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.
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Family members devastated by death of Toronto man allegedly swarmed by teens

Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.

Labrador City evacuated, Wabush on notice as crews continue to battle wildfires

Residents of Labrador City, ordered to evacuate as a nearby out-of-control fire draws closer to the town, are being told to head east to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, more than 500 kilometres away.
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Labrador City evacuated, Wabush on notice as crews continue to battle wildfires

Residents of Labrador City, ordered to evacuate as a nearby out-of-control fire draws closer to the town, are being told to head east to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, more than 500 kilometres away.

Labrador City told to head to Happy Valley-Goose Bay as wildfire draws nearer to town

Residents of Labrador City, ordered to evacuate as a nearby out-of-control fire draws closer to the town, are being told to head east to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, more than 500 kilometres away.
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Labrador City told to head to Happy Valley-Goose Bay as wildfire draws nearer to town

Residents of Labrador City, ordered to evacuate as a nearby out-of-control fire draws closer to the town, are being told to head east to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, more than 500 kilometres away.

'He was loved': Family members devastated by death of Toronto man allegedly swarmed by teens

Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.
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'He was loved': Family members devastated by death of Toronto man allegedly swarmed by teens

Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.

B.C. university gives pro-Palestinian protesters trespass notice, deadline to vacate

Vancouver Island University says it has issued a trespass notice to pro-Palestinian protesters, telling them to vacate their encampment on the campus in Nanaimo, B.C., by Monday.
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B.C. university gives pro-Palestinian protesters trespass notice, deadline to vacate

Vancouver Island University says it has issued a trespass notice to pro-Palestinian protesters, telling them to vacate their encampment on the campus in Nanaimo, B.C., by Monday.

A B.C. man owes $27,000 in COVID benefit repayments. He's fighting back and is not the only one

A Vancouver man is fighting back against the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) claims that he wasn't eligible to receive COVID benefits during the pandemic and owes the government more than $27,000.
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A B.C. man owes $27,000 in COVID benefit repayments. He's fighting back and is not the only one

A Vancouver man is fighting back against the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) claims that he wasn't eligible to receive COVID benefits during the pandemic and owes the government more than $27,000.

2 bodies of people believed to be from B.C. wash ashore Sable Island, N.S.

Nova Scotia RCMP say a boat containing the bodies of two people believed to be from British Columbia washed ashore the Sable Island National Park Reserve earlier this week.
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2 bodies of people believed to be from B.C. wash ashore Sable Island, N.S.

Nova Scotia RCMP say a boat containing the bodies of two people believed to be from British Columbia washed ashore the Sable Island National Park Reserve earlier this week.

Video released of wild police car chase involving white Lamborghini north of Toronto

Police north of Toronto have released dramatic video of a car chase that led officers across York Region in pursuit of a Lamborghini SUV that was clocked at speeds in excess of 200 km/h.
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Video released of wild police car chase involving white Lamborghini north of Toronto

Police north of Toronto have released dramatic video of a car chase that led officers across York Region in pursuit of a Lamborghini SUV that was clocked at speeds in excess of 200 km/h.

Victoria Gold warns it might not reopen Yukon gold mine or have the money to remediate it

The failure at the mine site last month saw a landslide rip off part of the mine's heap leach pad, used to process ore and extract gold.
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Victoria Gold warns it might not reopen Yukon gold mine or have the money to remediate it

The failure at the mine site last month saw a landslide rip off part of the mine's heap leach pad, used to process ore and extract gold.

'These are really hard things to process,' N.S. premier says about youth's death in flash flood

Nova Scotia RCMP say a Wolfville, N.S., youth died in Thursday night's flash flood. RCMP spokesperson Staff Sgt. Ed Nugent said the youth was playing with friends at a park on Highland Avenue.
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'These are really hard things to process,' N.S. premier says about youth's death in flash flood

Nova Scotia RCMP say a Wolfville, N.S., youth died in Thursday night's flash flood. RCMP spokesperson Staff Sgt. Ed Nugent said the youth was playing with friends at a park on Highland Avenue.

RCMP, Premier Tim Houston give update on fatal N.S. floods

Nova Scotia RCMP say a Wolfville, N.S., youth died in Thursday night's flash flood. RCMP spokesperson Staff Sgt. Ed Nugent said the youth was playing with friends at a park on Highland Avenue.
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RCMP, Premier Tim Houston give update on fatal N.S. floods

Nova Scotia RCMP say a Wolfville, N.S., youth died in Thursday night's flash flood. RCMP spokesperson Staff Sgt. Ed Nugent said the youth was playing with friends at a park on Highland Avenue.

2 bodies believed to be from B.C. wash ashore Sable Island, N.S.

Nova Scotia RCMP say a boat containing the bodies of two people believed to be from British Columbia washed ashore the Sable Island National Park Reserve earlier this week.
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2 bodies believed to be from B.C. wash ashore Sable Island, N.S.

Nova Scotia RCMP say a boat containing the bodies of two people believed to be from British Columbia washed ashore the Sable Island National Park Reserve earlier this week.

How climate change affects your health could depend on where you live, study finds

A research team at the University of Alberta has mapped out which neighbourhoods in Edmonton have adapted best to the changing climate. 
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How climate change affects your health could depend on where you live, study finds

A research team at the University of Alberta has mapped out which neighbourhoods in Edmonton have adapted best to the changing climate. 

New Ontario rule barring tow truck drivers with criminal records is 'devastating,' says driver

Tow truck drivers who cannot get certified under new provincial legislation in Ontario due to having a criminal record say that the impact it has on their livelihoods is significant.
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New Ontario rule barring tow truck drivers with criminal records is 'devastating,' says driver

Tow truck drivers who cannot get certified under new provincial legislation in Ontario due to having a criminal record say that the impact it has on their livelihoods is significant.

Canada's housing market up compared to last month but down compared to last year

The Canadian Real Estate Association says while sales were up in June 2024 compared to the month before, they are lower than the same time last year, with a slower market leading to a scaled back forecast for the rest of the year.
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Canada's housing market up compared to last month but down compared to last year

The Canadian Real Estate Association says while sales were up in June 2024 compared to the month before, they are lower than the same time last year, with a slower market leading to a scaled back forecast for the rest of the year.

Campfire ban comes into effect in B.C. amid heightened fire risk

A campfire ban spanning almost all of British Columbia comes into effect Friday, as officials warn the province is heading into a potentially severe wildfire season.
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Campfire ban comes into effect in B.C. amid heightened fire risk

A campfire ban spanning almost all of British Columbia comes into effect Friday, as officials warn the province is heading into a potentially severe wildfire season.

Parts of Nova Scotia ravaged by heavy rains and flash flooding — again

Emergency alerts were issued for four counties Thursday evening, as the remnants of post-tropical storm Beryl pummeled parts of the province with torrential rain.
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Parts of Nova Scotia ravaged by heavy rains and flash flooding — again

Emergency alerts were issued for four counties Thursday evening, as the remnants of post-tropical storm Beryl pummeled parts of the province with torrential rain.

'It's scary': 3 Ontario men lose $373,000 to crypto investment fraud

Three men across Ontario are speaking out after losing hundreds of thousands of dollars to a cryptocurrency investment scam, including one man in Brampton who lost $226,000.
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'It's scary': 3 Ontario men lose $373,000 to crypto investment fraud

Three men across Ontario are speaking out after losing hundreds of thousands of dollars to a cryptocurrency investment scam, including one man in Brampton who lost $226,000.

No drinking water at McGill University Hospital Centre after major aqueduct failure

The MUHC says it has no potable water at its facilities at the Glen site after a major aqueduct failure.
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No drinking water at McGill University Hospital Centre after major aqueduct failure

The MUHC says it has no potable water at its facilities at the Glen site after a major aqueduct failure.

Heavy rain, flash flooding closes several roads and highways across Nova Scotia

Less than two weeks before the anniversary of last year’s deadly flash flooding in parts of Nova Scotia, residents in some of those same counties have once again experienced heavy rainfall and flash flooding.
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Heavy rain, flash flooding closes several roads and highways across Nova Scotia

Less than two weeks before the anniversary of last year’s deadly flash flooding in parts of Nova Scotia, residents in some of those same counties have once again experienced heavy rainfall and flash flooding.

Bike sharing sees huge growth in Canada's cities

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at why bike sharing is growing so fast in many cities, answer a reader question about bringing your own cup to Tim Hortons, get a look at Canada's largest passive house, and see plans to 're-wild' a
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Bike sharing sees huge growth in Canada's cities

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at why bike sharing is growing so fast in many cities, answer a reader question about bringing your own cup to Tim Hortons, get a look at Canada's largest passive house, and see plans to 're-wild' a parking lot.

More than half of recent Senate appointments have ties to Liberal Party

Despite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's promise to rid the Senate of partisanship and patronage, most of the senators appointed to the upper house over the past year have ties to the federal Liberal Party.
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More than half of recent Senate appointments have ties to Liberal Party

Despite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's promise to rid the Senate of partisanship and patronage, most of the senators appointed to the upper house over the past year have ties to the federal Liberal Party.

Saskatchewan under province-wide fire ban in wake of heat wave

The province’s firefighting agency is issuing a province-wide fire ban in the wake of a week-long heat wave, as the hot and dry conditions have contributed to a high fire risk.
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Saskatchewan under province-wide fire ban in wake of heat wave

The province’s firefighting agency is issuing a province-wide fire ban in the wake of a week-long heat wave, as the hot and dry conditions have contributed to a high fire risk.

'The tale the market tells': An update on Canada's real estate markets

Despite expectations of lower interest rates prompting homebuyers to leave the sidelines, a new report says the Bank of Canada's quarter-point cut to its key interest rate last month did not lead to a rush in demand.
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'The tale the market tells': An update on Canada's real estate markets

Despite expectations of lower interest rates prompting homebuyers to leave the sidelines, a new report says the Bank of Canada's quarter-point cut to its key interest rate last month did not lead to a rush in demand.

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