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  • Howe Island to host town hall on ferry service
    Howe Island residents are set to meet to discuss the ongoing issues facing ferry service.
    Canada
    Nov 23
  • Boris Johnson agrees to resign, will remain PM for now
    Johnson said it is 'clearly the will' of his Conservative Party that there should be a new leader, but will remain as the prime minister while a successor is chosen.
    World
    Jul 7
  • Man accused of attacking Chinatown security guard now wanted on B.C.-wide warrant
    Kevin Aaron Hibbard, 44, is wanted B.C.-wide for assault after he failed to attend court Thursday in Vancouver, police said in a news release.
    Crime
    Sep 9
  • B.C. First Nations man, granddaughter reach settlement with Bank of Montreal for wrongful arrest
    Following the incident, Maxwell Johnson filed a complaint with the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner and the BC Human Rights Tribunal.
    Canada
    May 5
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  • Winnipeg cops identify Johnson Avenue murder victim
    The man's death marks Winnipeg's 44th homicide of 2022 — and matches a grim record set in 2019.
    Crime
    Nov 1
  • Calgary Stampeders sign offensive linemen Johnson and Murphy to practice roster
    Prior to coming to the CFL, Johnson signed with the NFL's Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent in 2018 and attended Broncos training camp.
    Sports
    Oct 10
  • Gary Busey faces sex offence charges after horror convention appearance
    Gary Busey was charged with two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual contact, one count of attempted criminal sexual contact and one count of harassment.
    Entertainment
    Aug 22
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  • ‘I downplayed it all’: Métis man shares journey to self-love after residential school
    "I couldn't own that I'm a survivor because I don't look native at first glance," said Gary Têtu, who travelled to Alberta to see Pope Francis during the pontiff's visit to Canada.
    Canada
    Jul 28
  • Surveillance video shows incident at centre of Mayor Doug McCallum’s public mischief trial
    McCallum was charged with public mischief last year after he claimed a Keep the RCMP in Surrey campaigner ran over his foot in a supermarket parking lot.
    Crime
    Oct 31
  • U.K. recession will wipe out 8 years of living standard growth, budget watchdog says
    "We're in for a long, hard, unpleasant journey," one expert said, with "high borrowing, high debt, high tax and public spending under strain."
    Economy
    Nov 18
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  • ‘Highway to climate hell’: UN chief urges world leaders to cooperate at COP27
    This year's annual U.N. climate conference comes as leaders and experts have raised increasing alarm that time is running out to avert catastrophic rises in temperature.
    World
    Nov 7
  • Winnipeg matches grim record with 44th homicide of 2022
    Police say the city's latest homicide victim died after he was found unresponsive on Johnson Avenue West early Monday.
    Crime
    Oct 31
  • Kingston, Ont. crossing guard retiring after 32 years
    After a dedicated 32 years as a crossing guard, helping kids cross the road safely in Kingston, Ont., Arthur Szola is calling it quits and heading for retirement.
    Canada
    Nov 3
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  • $138K of illegal tobacco seized in Brant County, New Brunswick resident charged
    On Monday, at approximately 1:21 p.m., police conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle on Pauline Johnson Road, Brant County.
    Crime
    Sep 29
  • Complaint filed against Toronto Mayor John Tory with integrity commissioner over robocalls
    An integrity complaint was filed on Monday by Parthi Kandavel -- an eight-year Toronto District School Board Trustee for Scarborough Southwest.
    Politics
    Nov 22
  • N.B. premier ‘burning bridges’ by having former People’s Alliance leader on committee: SANB
    Former People's Alliance leader Kris Austin has questioned the implementation of official N.B. bilingualism, advocating for the merging of the province's two health authorities.
    Politics
    Nov 4
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  • Amazon workers vote against union bid in upstate New York
    Warehouse workers near Albany cast 406 votes out of the 612 ballots counted— or about 66 per cent — against the Amazon Labor Union.
    World
    Oct 18
  • Status of women committee to discuss maltreatment reports in Canadian sport next week
    The standing committee on the status of women will meet Monday in Ottawa to discuss maltreatment in sport, and the potential for a judicial investigation.
    Canada
    Oct 29
  • Trent joins long list of injured Raptors
    Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr. has been ruled out for Toronto's game at Detroit with a sore right hip.
    Sports
    Nov 14
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  • Toronto city council appointments see newcomers on committee
    In an email to city councillors, Mayor John Tory outlined his focus on placing people in city government positions where he felt they could best contribute to his agenda.
    Canada
    Nov 24
  • Amazon founder Jeff Bezos sued by ex-housekeeper for alleged discrimination
    The lawsuit against the Amazon founder, who is one of the world's wealthiest people, seeks damages in an amount to be determined at trial.
    World
    Nov 3