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    Man seriously injured after stabbing in TMR

    Police fear for the life of a 48-year-old man who was stabbed in Town of Mount Royal, early Sunday morning.

  • Nunavut creates country food safety guidelines to boost traditional menus across territory
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    Nunavut creates country food safety guidelines to boost traditional menus across territory

    Nunavut now has food safety guidelines on how to handle and serve country food in the territory — especially to people who are already sick, or have weak immune systems. The guidelines, titled "Serving Country Food in Government-Funded Facilities and Community Programs" was created in hopes

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    'He meant so much to everyone': Hockey West Island to retire jersey of teen killed in train collision

    Four months after Dorval teen Tristan Morrissette-Perkins was struck and killed by a train, the local sports community is honouring his memory. In a first for West Island Hockey, Morrissette-Perkins' team jersey is being formally retired at a ceremony Sunday afternoon. Morrissette-Perkins played

  • Agencies call on Ottawa landlords to house more homeless youth
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    Agencies call on Ottawa landlords to house more homeless youth

    Agencies supporting homeless youth say a lack of affordable housing is preventing street kids from finding safe places to live — and they're calling on landlords to do more to get them into homes. A Way Home Ottawa supports a coalition of agencies working to end youth homelessness. According to

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    Holiday shopping kicks off early as Black Friday popularity rises

    It may seem like you just put away your Halloween costume, but more holiday deals have already been advertised across the country. On Friday, shoppers will be setting their alarms and bundling up, hoping to snag Black Friday bargains. If it feels like holiday decorations are making an appearance earlier

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    Back to work legislation in Ontario college strike expected to pass today

    Ontario's legislature is expected to pass a bill today that would force striking faculty at the province's colleges to return to work. The governing Liberals have made slow progress in pushing through their back-to-work bill because the New Democrats have refused to agree to speedy passage.  

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    Canada faces Russia-linked cyberthreats at home and abroad, NATO chief says

    The head of NATO is urging Canada to be vigilant about the threat of Russian cyberwarfare both on the battlefield and at home. NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said Canadian troops in Latvia are being smeared by Russia-backed online propaganda aimed at undermining the alliance, and it may not

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    Birthplace of Dionne quintuplets moves today after yearlong grassroots campaign

    The historic log cabin where the first quintuplets to survive more than a few days were born is on the move today. The birthplace of the Dionne quintuplets is being hauled from its current location near a highway in North Bay, Ont., to a spot in the city's downtown. The move is the culmination

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    No winning ticket for Saturday night's $12.7 million Lotto 649 jackpot

    TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $12.7 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw.

  • Education minister praises Catholic school board trustees on GSA issue at general meeting
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    Education minister praises Catholic school board trustees on GSA issue at general meeting

    "I thank you for all of the work that you've done," Eggen said to thunderous applause at the Alberta Catholic School Trustees' Association's (ACSTA) annual general meeting on Saturday. Bill 24 will support gay-straight alliances in Alberta's schools.

  • 'Not a case of neglect': 48 puppies, dogs rescued from northern Alberta community
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    'Not a case of neglect': 48 puppies, dogs rescued from northern Alberta community

    A team of volunteers from southern Alberta drove 11 hours north this week to rescue dozens puppies and adult dogs from a remote community near High Level, Alta. AARCS executive director Deanna Thompson said her team received a tip on Monday from a woman who worked in the area that there was a large

  • Guns and gangs unit investigating Saturday night shooting
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    Guns and gangs unit investigating Saturday night shooting

    Ottawa police are investigating after a person was shot Saturday evening near the intersection of Bank Street and Walkley Road.

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    Mothers send pictures of fentanyl victims to Justin Trudeau

    When Irene Patterson's son Roger Wong didn't show up for a baseball game the two had planned to attend in June, she became worried. "That was the moment my life ended," the Toronto mom recalled. Now, his 61-year-old mother is joining a campaign called Moms Stop The Harm to raise awareness

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    Brian Pallister and wife explain how he got lost and broke arm on New Mexico hike

    Manitoba's premier is giving some more details about a wilderness hike in New Mexico where he broke his arm and became lost. Brian Pallister has refused to do media interviews about the ordeal, which happened on Monday but was only revealed to the public on Friday. Instead, he and his wife, Esther

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    Conservatives announce candidate for late Liberal MP's Scarbrough seat

    Dasong Zou, a banking professional, is running for the seat in the Scarborough-Agincourt riding. Chan's widow, Jean Yip, announced in October that she was seeking the Liberal nomination for her husband's seat, just over a month after Chan died of cancer. Zou moved to Canada in 1999 and graduated

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    Tap young talent on looming security issues, Google executive urges

    One of the world's top technology executives is urging democratic countries to turn to youth in a bid to find innovative solutions to looming security problems. Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet Inc., was in Nova Scotia on Saturday, speaking to the Halifax

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    'There are no fireworks': The hunt for news in a ho-hum NAFTA round

    The latest round of NAFTA talks has begun without any substantive negotiating on key sticking points in a low-key meeting contrasting markedly with the previous round filled with bombshell demands and public scoldings. Sources said it was unlikely any major counter-demands would be tabled as negotiating

  • Family of 4 displaced after fire breaks out at Stittsville home
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    Family of 4 displaced after fire breaks out at Stittsville home

    Fire crews were called to a bungalow at 27 Woodwind Cres. shortly after 2:30 p.m. following a 911 call, Ottawa Fire Services said in a media release. Flames were coming from the back of the house, the fire department said. While firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the exterior fire, they required

  • Ont legislature in session this weekend to try to end the colleges strike
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    Ont legislature in session this weekend to try to end the colleges strike

    A back-to-work bill that would end a strike by college faculty in Ontario appears on track to be pushed through the legislature on Sunday. The bill cleared another hurdle on Saturday while the Liberals and New Democrats pointed fingers at each other over how the legislation has been handled. The New

  • Having a field day: Brookvale ski patrol prepares for emergencies
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    Having a field day: Brookvale ski patrol prepares for emergencies

    It may be a little early in the season for skiing but that didn't stop the Brookvale Provincial Park ski patrol from preparing for potential emergencies at their annual field day Saturday. "In the middle of winter, and if there's a wind blowing and you have young children in the chair,

  • Thousands expected at memorial for fallen police officer in Abbotsford, B.C.
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    Thousands expected at memorial for fallen police officer in Abbotsford, B.C.

    The streets of Abbotsford, B.C., will be lined with blue on Sunday as thousands of police officers from across the country and around the world march in remembrance of their slain colleague. Police estimate about 12,000 people — including 8,000 first responders — will attend a memorial for Const. &

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    Freezing rain warning issued for Ottawa-Gatineau

    Prepare for icy roads and treacherous sidewalks tonight, as Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for Ottawa-Gatineau.

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    STM halts repair work on Blue line escalators

    The STM has been forced to indefinitely suspend repair work on its Metro station escalators because of defective replacement parts — potentially stranding passengers with limited mobility. Four stations on the network's Blue line currently have escalators out of operation — Édouard-Montpetit, Jean-Talon

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    'It's a lot of new tonight': Island Storm battle St. John's Edge

    A new rivalry could be born on Saturday night as the Island Storm host the St. John's Edge to tip off the 2017-2018 season. The Island Storm hit the reset button after back-to-back losing seasons, adding a new head coach and many new players in what they hope will be a exciting fresh start for the

  • Small Ontario town to offer second round of generous incentives to move there
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    Small Ontario town to offer second round of generous incentives to move there

    A northern Ontario town that offered generous incentives to potential newcomers in a bid to revitalize the community says its efforts were successful enough to merit a second round. Officials in Smooth Rock Falls, Ont., recently launched a campaign to woo newcomers to the area and help rebuild a town