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Carleton criminology school ends student placements with police over racism failures

Carleton University's criminology school says it will no longer place students to work with police forces and prisons as a show of solidarity with the movement to address systemic racism in Canada's criminal justice institutions.
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Carleton criminology school ends student placements with police over racism failures

Carleton University's criminology school says it will no longer place students to work with police forces and prisons as a show of solidarity with the movement to address systemic racism in Canada's criminal justice institutions.

19-month-old boy dies in hospital after being struck by vehicle in Mississauga

Police say that a 19-month-old boy has died in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Mississauga on Wednesday evening.
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19-month-old boy dies in hospital after being struck by vehicle in Mississauga

Police say that a 19-month-old boy has died in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Mississauga on Wednesday evening.

Calgary's Black Lives Matter mural program postponed due to threats: organizers

Shortly after announcing the location of the first Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Calgary was being reconsidered due to overwhelming support for the existing mural, the program has been halted due to «violent vitriol, racism and threats».
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Calgary's Black Lives Matter mural program postponed due to threats: organizers

Shortly after announcing the location of the first Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Calgary was being reconsidered due to overwhelming support for the existing mural, the program has been halted due to «violent vitriol, racism and threats».

3 family members drown at popular waterfall in central Alberta

Three adults were swimming Tuesday evening when one got swept under the falls. Two other adults trying to help also got swept under the falls, Rocky Mountain House RCMP said Wednesday.
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3 family members drown at popular waterfall in central Alberta

Three adults were swimming Tuesday evening when one got swept under the falls. Two other adults trying to help also got swept under the falls, Rocky Mountain House RCMP said Wednesday.

Residents of Red Lake, Ont., urged to leave as fire burns toward town

Residents of Red Lake, Ont., are being urged to leave due to the Red Lake 49 forest fire. Though it has grown less than 100 hectares since Tuesday evening, the fire is now burning just two kilometres outside the town due to a change in wind patterns.
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Residents of Red Lake, Ont., urged to leave as fire burns toward town

Residents of Red Lake, Ont., are being urged to leave due to the Red Lake 49 forest fire. Though it has grown less than 100 hectares since Tuesday evening, the fire is now burning just two kilometres outside the town due to a change in wind patterns.

Ottawa seeking private consultant to design, run firearm buyback program

The federal government is turning to the private sector to design and run a massive buyback of newly prohibited firearms.
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Ottawa seeking private consultant to design, run firearm buyback program

The federal government is turning to the private sector to design and run a massive buyback of newly prohibited firearms.

Toronto man, 24, killed after flying wheel struck his van on Highway 401 identified

A 24-year-old man is dead after a flying wheel struck his vehicle while he was driving on Highway 401 in Toronto.
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Toronto man, 24, killed after flying wheel struck his van on Highway 401 identified

A 24-year-old man is dead after a flying wheel struck his vehicle while he was driving on Highway 401 in Toronto.

Calgary’s Black Lives Matter mural program postponed due to threats: organizers

Shortly after announcing the location of the first Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Calgary was being reconsidered due to overwhelming support for the existing mural, the program has been halted due to «violent vitriol, racism and threats».
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Calgary’s Black Lives Matter mural program postponed due to threats: organizers

Shortly after announcing the location of the first Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Calgary was being reconsidered due to overwhelming support for the existing mural, the program has been halted due to «violent vitriol, racism and threats».

CMHC urges lenders to stop offering so many high-risk mortgages

The head of Canada's national housing agency is asking banks and mortgage companies to stop offering high-risk mortgages to over-leveraged first-time buyers, because they represent a threat to the economy.
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CMHC urges lenders to stop offering so many high-risk mortgages

The head of Canada's national housing agency is asking banks and mortgage companies to stop offering high-risk mortgages to over-leveraged first-time buyers, because they represent a threat to the economy.

Hurdles unique to women likely await prospective N.S. Liberal leadership candidates

If a woman wins the leadership race for the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, they will become Nova Scotia's first female premier. But getting to that point includes a series of hurdles, many that exist only because of their gender.
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Hurdles unique to women likely await prospective N.S. Liberal leadership candidates

If a woman wins the leadership race for the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, they will become Nova Scotia's first female premier. But getting to that point includes a series of hurdles, many that exist only because of their gender.

Long wait for tests as Brandon residents troubled by COVID-19 resurgence

​A southwestern Manitoba city that seemed peculiarly immune to COVID-19 for weeks rushed Tuesday to test a rash of people who have shown symptoms of the illness.
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Long wait for tests as Brandon residents troubled by COVID-19 resurgence

​A southwestern Manitoba city that seemed peculiarly immune to COVID-19 for weeks rushed Tuesday to test a rash of people who have shown symptoms of the illness.

What's behind the changes in Quebec's new back-to-school plan?

While Quebec's new back-to-school plan addresses many of the major concerns of health experts, there are some holes that they hope will be addressed in subsequent revisions. 
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What's behind the changes in Quebec's new back-to-school plan?

While Quebec's new back-to-school plan addresses many of the major concerns of health experts, there are some holes that they hope will be addressed in subsequent revisions. 

Man charged in murder of Red Deer doctor to appear in court today

A 54-year-old man charged with first-degree murder in the death of Dr. Walter Reynolds is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Red Deer, Alta., Wednesday morning. 
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Man charged in murder of Red Deer doctor to appear in court today

A 54-year-old man charged with first-degree murder in the death of Dr. Walter Reynolds is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Red Deer, Alta., Wednesday morning. 

Forest Fires in northwestern Ont., lead to evacuations in two communities

A planeload of vulnerable community members from Eabametoong First Nation, about 360 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ont., is scheduled to arrive in Thunder Bay on Wednesday afternoon, as a forest fire approximately 53 kilometres southwest of the community c
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Forest Fires in northwestern Ont., lead to evacuations in two communities

A planeload of vulnerable community members from Eabametoong First Nation, about 360 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ont., is scheduled to arrive in Thunder Bay on Wednesday afternoon, as a forest fire approximately 53 kilometres southwest of the community continues to blow smoke and ash into the air.

Ontario records increase in COVID-19 cases after hitting nearly five-month low

Ontario is reporting an increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases after recording a nearly five-month low yesterday.
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Ontario records increase in COVID-19 cases after hitting nearly five-month low

Ontario is reporting an increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases after recording a nearly five-month low yesterday.

'It's a no-win situation': These parents won't be sending their kids back to school

From concerns about class sizes to contracting COVID-19, some parents across Canada will not be sending their children back to school this fall.
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'It's a no-win situation': These parents won't be sending their kids back to school

From concerns about class sizes to contracting COVID-19, some parents across Canada will not be sending their children back to school this fall.

'There is nothing left to sell': Canada faces bike shortage amid COVID-19 pandemic

When a Toronto woman decided to buy a new bicycle in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic she had no idea how hard it would be to find one.
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'There is nothing left to sell': Canada faces bike shortage amid COVID-19 pandemic

When a Toronto woman decided to buy a new bicycle in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic she had no idea how hard it would be to find one.

American man not allowed into Canada to visit dying mother because he isn't considered immediate family

A group of about 5,000 strangers are calling for changes that would allow loved ones to enter Canada while still adhering to safety measures put in place at the height of the pandemic.
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American man not allowed into Canada to visit dying mother because he isn't considered immediate family

A group of about 5,000 strangers are calling for changes that would allow loved ones to enter Canada while still adhering to safety measures put in place at the height of the pandemic.

Toronto man finishes 355-km kayak journey through Lake Ontario

Toronto-native Mario Rigby recently completed a 355-kilometre kayak journey from Hamilton, Ont., to the Thousand Islands -- all while raising money for MyStand, a mentorship program for vulnerable youth in Toronto.
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Toronto man finishes 355-km kayak journey through Lake Ontario

Toronto-native Mario Rigby recently completed a 355-kilometre kayak journey from Hamilton, Ont., to the Thousand Islands -- all while raising money for MyStand, a mentorship program for vulnerable youth in Toronto.

Hooting and whistling still allowed after Ontario town votes down ban

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. town council has unanimously voted down a widespread ban on excessive noise that would’ve prohibited an array of everyday sounds.
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Hooting and whistling still allowed after Ontario town votes down ban

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. town council has unanimously voted down a widespread ban on excessive noise that would’ve prohibited an array of everyday sounds.

Trudeau says Morneau has his 'full support' as rumours swirl over finance minister's future

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tried Tuesday to shut down speculation that he's about to fire his finance minister, saying he has full confidence in Bill Morneau and that any reports to the contrary are false.
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Trudeau says Morneau has his 'full support' as rumours swirl over finance minister's future

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tried Tuesday to shut down speculation that he's about to fire his finance minister, saying he has full confidence in Bill Morneau and that any reports to the contrary are false.

Residents of Red Lake, Ont., ordered to evacuate as forest fire rages nearby

A forest fire raging just south of Red Lake, Ont., Tuesday had municipal officials urging residents to evacuate as soon as possible and warning that Highway 105, a main passage in the community, is expected to be compromised by the fire by noon.
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Residents of Red Lake, Ont., ordered to evacuate as forest fire rages nearby

A forest fire raging just south of Red Lake, Ont., Tuesday had municipal officials urging residents to evacuate as soon as possible and warning that Highway 105, a main passage in the community, is expected to be compromised by the fire by noon.

Doctor killed in Red Deer attack was targeted by assailant, RCMP say

A 54-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of family physician Dr. Walter Reynolds, who died Monday after a violent attack at the Red Deer, Alta., walk-in clinic where he practised.
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Doctor killed in Red Deer attack was targeted by assailant, RCMP say

A 54-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of family physician Dr. Walter Reynolds, who died Monday after a violent attack at the Red Deer, Alta., walk-in clinic where he practised.

Petition bashing Ontario's 'reckless' back-to-school plan exceeds 200,000 signatures

An online petition slamming Ontario's «disturbing» back-to-school plan has gained nearly 200,000 signatures but the government still won’t budge on reducing elementary class sizes this September.
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Petition bashing Ontario's 'reckless' back-to-school plan exceeds 200,000 signatures

An online petition slamming Ontario's «disturbing» back-to-school plan has gained nearly 200,000 signatures but the government still won’t budge on reducing elementary class sizes this September.

Trudeau seeks advice from Mark Carney on economic recovery plan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking to former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney to help navigate the country out of the COVID-19 recession, CTV News has confirmed.
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Trudeau seeks advice from Mark Carney on economic recovery plan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking to former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney to help navigate the country out of the COVID-19 recession, CTV News has confirmed.

Transport Canada says if you can't wear a mask for medical reasons, prove it — or don't fly

Passengers who are unable to wear a face mask due to a medical condition must now present an official doctor's note stating that they are exempt from the rule, or they will be denied boarding. 
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Transport Canada says if you can't wear a mask for medical reasons, prove it — or don't fly

Passengers who are unable to wear a face mask due to a medical condition must now present an official doctor's note stating that they are exempt from the rule, or they will be denied boarding. 

Testing, tracing and distancing key to prevent COVID-19 resurgence, new models show

Keeping the novel coronavirus at bay will require many more months of physical distancing, ramped-up testing and contact tracing, quarantining and workplace and community closures to handle outbreaks, says a new report published in the Canadian Medical Associ
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Testing, tracing and distancing key to prevent COVID-19 resurgence, new models show

Keeping the novel coronavirus at bay will require many more months of physical distancing, ramped-up testing and contact tracing, quarantining and workplace and community closures to handle outbreaks, says a new report published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

B.C. reports 131 new COVID-19 cases, surpassing 4,000 since pandemic began

Health officials in British Columbia have found 131 more cases of COVID-19 since Friday, bringing the provincial total to 4,065 cases since the pandemic began.
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B.C. reports 131 new COVID-19 cases, surpassing 4,000 since pandemic began

Health officials in British Columbia have found 131 more cases of COVID-19 since Friday, bringing the provincial total to 4,065 cases since the pandemic began.

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