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 2021-04-23 01:43 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. RCMP ticket drivers of Lamborghini, Ferrari and Aston Martin for driving over 180 km/h...

All three vehicles were impounded and the drivers were fined a total of $3,600, police say....

 2021-04-23 01:26 

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Brooke Henderson lingers in top 5 as Jessica Korda breaks record for LA Open lead...

Jessica Korda shot a 6-under 65 on Thursday in the HUGEL Air Premia LA Open to break the tournament 36-hole scoring record and increase her lead to three strokes....

 2021-04-23 01:06 

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[ British Columbia ]

B.C. Parks contractor appeals for travel ban clarity after needlessly cancelling campers...

The manager of Kilby Provincial Park in the Fraser Health region cancelled dozens of campsite bookings made by people living in the Vancouver coastal region....

 2021-04-23 01:00 

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American, Norwegian pairings claim early share of lead at Zurich Classic...

Brice Garnett and Scott Stallings birdied eight of their last 11 holes, Viktor Hovland and Kris Ventura birdied nine of their final 12, and both teams shot 10-under 62 in Zurich Classic to share the first-round lead Thursday....

 2021-04-23 00:43 

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[ Calgary ]

Albertans surprised by federal government's move to increase greenhouse gas emission targets...

A new target for lowering greenhouse gas emissions in Canada has caught some Albertans off guard....

 2021-04-23 00:32 

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[ British Columbia ]

B.C. paramedics respond to record number of calls for drug poisonings in a single day...

Paramedics in B.C. responded to a record number of calls on Wednesday to help patients who had experienced a drug overdose....

 2021-04-23 00:24 

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[ Manitoba ]

No charges for Winnipeg police officer who hit man with cruiser during chase: investigative unit...

Zane Tessler, the civilian director of the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba, said in a final investigation report released Thursday he was not satisfied there were reasonable grounds to believe the officer had exceeded justifiable force during t...

 2021-04-23 00:16 

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[ North News ]

Yukon confirms 2 new cases of COVID-19, exposure notice issued in Whitehorse...

Yukon health officials have confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 in the territory, and said the source of the infection is still under investigation....

 2021-04-23 00:16 

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[ Windsor ]

Windsor worker says paid sick leave would be a 'huge deal' after Ford government hints at possible program...

For line cook Joey Wright, the ability to have paid sick days would mean taking the time he needs to recover from an injury or a sickness — something he's currently not able to do without his paycheque taking the hit....

 2021-04-23 00:14 

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House of Commons passes bill legalizing single-game betting...

Lawmakers passed a bill to legalize single-event sports betting Thursday, sending the legislation to the Senate. The would-be law aims to amend Criminal Code provisions around gambling on single games of football, hockey and other sports, which is current...

 2021-04-23 00:14 

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House of Commons passes bill that would legalize single-game betting...

Lawmakers passed a bill to legalize single-event sports betting Thursday, sending the legislation to the Senate. The would-be law aims to amend Criminal Code provisions around gambling on single games of football, hockey and other sports, which is current...

 2021-04-23 00:14 

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[ Toronto ]

Amazon, Maple Leaf Foods, Maple Lodge Farms to hold vaccine clinics in Peel Region...

Peel Region says Amazon, Maple Leaf Foods and Maple Lodge Farms will hold on-site vaccine clinics for workers in the coming weeks....

 2021-04-23 00:10 

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[ Edmonton ]

Several Edmonton parks to get facelifts this year, city says...

The City of Edmonton has released some numbers showing trail usage was up last summer....

 2021-04-23 00:10 

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[ Calgary ]

A singer turned werewolf, and Alien on Stage. Two directors dig into their movie inspiration...

The Homestretch's Doug Dirks spoke with two directors who have films showing in the festival this year....

 2021-04-23 00:07 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

P.E.I. releases telehealth contract as Opposition raises new concerns about private health care...

The P.E.I. government provided media with copies of its contract with a private telehealth service provider Thursday, as the Official Opposition opened a new front in an ongoing battle over the private delivery of health care....

 2021-04-23 00:05 

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[ Manitoba ]

Manitoba's premier pooh-poohs PM's pledge to slash greenhouse gas emissions...

"I think people are tired of the target talk, I think they want to see action," Premier Brian Pallister said after being asked about Ottawa's ambitious new goal of slashing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030....

 2021-04-23 00:00 

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[ Calgary ]

CBC Calgary News at 6, April 22, 2021...

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta...

 2021-04-22 23:40 

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[ Windsor ]

What's changed?: Emergency response lessons learned during the pandemic...

For more than a year now, emergency responders have had to reshape how they operate because of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic which has placed a tremendous amount of weight on their shoulders....

 2021-04-22 23:23 

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[ Calgary ]

Why do Canadian country performers sing in a southern twang?...

The way we talk and sing is often below our conscious awareness — and it can change because our identities will shift depending on why we are engaging with someone, a linguistics professor says....

 2021-04-22 23:21 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Psychiatric referral for veteran who killed family, himself, delayed over lack of family doctor, inquiry hears...

At the time Lionel Desmond was referred to the Occupational Stress Injury Clinic in Halifax, the new program was turning away clients if they didn't have a family doctor, a Nova Scotia fatality inquiry into the suicide of the Afghanistan veteran and h...

 2021-04-22 23:15 

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[ Edmonton ]

As MRI and CT wait lists spike in Alberta, auditor general calls for better guidelines, scheduling...

The audit tackled intake and scheduling for MRI and CT exams in Alberta as doctors warn growing wait lists are putting patients at risk....

 2021-04-22 22:57 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Halifax council votes for lower tax increase, reduced blue bag collection...

The average tax bill in the Halifax region will not be going up as much as originally proposed in January....

 2021-04-22 22:48 

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[ North News ]

8 days or 14? Here's what changes to N.W.T.'s self-isolation rules mean for territorial residents...

If you're fully vaccinated against COVD-19, and have travelled outside of the N.W.T. but have not left Canada, you can now potentially shorten your isolation period from 14 to 8 days. Here's how....

 2021-04-22 22:44 

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[ North News ]

N.W.T. judge overturns rental office decision on YWCA housing...

Transitional housing programs run by the Northwest Territories YWCA are not subject to the law that sets out the rules for all landlords and tenants. In coming to that conclusion, an N.W.T. Supreme Court justice overturned a decision by a rental officer w...

 2021-04-22 22:42 

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[ Toronto ]

51% spike in hate crimes spurred partly by pandemic, Toronto police report finds...

Hate crime complaints and arrests in Toronto jumped sharply last year, with Jewish and Black people the most common targets, according to an annual police report released on Thursday....

 2021-04-22 22:36 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Welding failure to blame for Halifax crane collapse during Dorian...

A welding failure is likely to blame for the collapse of a crane in downtown Halifax during post-tropical storm Dorian two years ago, according to a new report from Nova Scotia's Labour Department....

 2021-04-22 22:26 

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Judo project hopes 'gentle' sport can help reform police training...

The judo project is, by any account, an outside-the-box idea. Because the sport, known by insiders as "the gentle way" of martial arts, has little emphasis on striking and is considered less violent than some of its brethren, some leaders in judo,...

 2021-04-22 22:23 

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[ Toronto ]

Teen says he held down friend's arm during sex assault at Toronto school out of fear...

A teen on trial for sexual assault told a court Thursday that he held down a friend's arm during a locker-room attack at St. Michaels out of fear he'd be targeted if he didn't join in....

 2021-04-22 22:12 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Cargill announces $350M canola processing facility in Regina...

The company said the facility will have about 50 jobs when it is operational....

 2021-04-22 22:10 

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[ Montreal ]

Despite pandemic restrictions, cases of sexually transmitted infections are soaring...

Dr. Rjean Thomas of the l'Actuel Medical Clinic is reporting a big increase in cases of sexually transmitted infections....

 2021-04-22 22:06 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Liberal MLA calls for more money for home renovations programs...

A Liberal MLA is calling on the government to put more money into provincial home renovation programs because of the rising cost of building supplies....

 2021-04-22 22:01 

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[ Calgary ]

How the Calgary Garden Show is going virtual for the first time in 113 years...

The Calgary Horticultural Society's annual garden show is a go this year, complete with an exhibition hall. But it's all virtual. Find out how they hope to connect to gardeners without any geographical barriers....

 2021-04-22 21:53 

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Health Canada proposes new restrictions on talc in some personal care products, citing cancer risk...

Health Canada is proposing expanded restrictions on the use of talc in some cosmetic and personal cleansing products due to the possibility of lung damage and cancer risk....

 2021-04-22 21:52 

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[ British Columbia ]

Cleveland Dam and Capilano River to get alarm system following deaths of 2 men...

An interim alarm system is being installed on the Cleveland Dam and along the Capilano River while a long-term public warning system is being developed, after two men died following a sudden release of water....

 2021-04-22 21:50 

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[ Montreal ]

Nearing COVID-19 capacity, some regional hospitals forced to send patients elsewhere...

Hospitals in the Quebec City and Chaudire-Appalaches regions are nearing their capacity to treat COVID-19 patients, especially in intensive care, forcing them to send people more than three hours away for care....

 2021-04-22 21:50 

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Twice delayed, outfielder George Springer getting closer to Blue Jays debut...

Blue Jays outfielder George Springer will play in an intrasquad game Friday, the next step on his return from two strained muscles that have delayed his Toronto debut....

 2021-04-22 21:48 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Regina city council sets timeline leading to ban on single-use plastic bags by 2022...

The ban was supposed to start in August, 2020 but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2021-04-22 21:48 

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Musician records natural sounds from 7 continents for Earth Day...

Ted White, a musician from Liverpool, England, has captured sounds of nature on all seven continents. In celebration of Earth Day, he recorded music inspired by his travels and incorporated the sounds to create seven albums, each dedicated to a different ...

 2021-04-22 21:46 

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[ British Columbia ]

Former gaming minister says she wasn't told directly about dirty cash flowing to casinos...

The interim leader of the B.C. Liberal party told a provincial inquiry on Thursday that the issue of money laundering in casinos was an "important priority" for the province while she was in charge of gaming, but not the only priority....

 2021-04-22 21:41 

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[ Hamilton ]

Hamilton man arrested, police say, after he robbed a Tim Hortons and pointed knife at cashier...

A Hamilton man, 38, has been arrested after police say he robbed a Tim Hortons in the east end and pointed a knife at the cashier....

 2021-04-22 21:38 

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For prospective Canadian Olympian EJ Floreal, sprinting runs in the family...

EJ Floreal is making his national team debut at Canada's relays camp this week at Baton Rouge, La. A rookie on the team despite being 26, he is more than holding his own. His 200 time — 20.29 seconds — is the fastest by a Canadian this sea...

 2021-04-22 21:34 

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Stunned Canadian players head home after cancellation of women's hockey worlds...

Shock and disbelief gave way to a swirl of emotions as players on the Canadian women's hockey team packed their bags in Halifax and headed home Thursday following the cancellation of the world championship....

 2021-04-22 21:30 

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[ Edmonton ]

Sylvan Lake family doctor allowed to resume practice with conditions...

Child sex-related charges against Sylvan Lake family physician Dr. Fred Janke have been stayed by the Crown. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta will allow him to resume practising medicine with a chaperone present for patients under age 18....

 2021-04-22 21:25 

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Family, friends, spectators gather to mourn Daunte Wright, the 'Prince of Brooklyn Center'...

A funeral service for Daunte Wright saw him remembered as a beloved father, brother and son, as hundreds gathered to honour the life of the 20-year-old man who died at the hands of police following a traffic stop in Minnesota....

 2021-04-22 21:22 

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[ Edmonton ]

Alberta legislation would shield continuing-care operators from COVID-19 lawsuits...

The Alberta government has introduced legislation that would shield long-term care and supportive-living operators from COVID-19 related lawsuits, provided they acted "in good faith" in following public-health measures....

 2021-04-22 21:19 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Newcomers to be featured on new banners in O'Leary...

The Town of O'Leary will be putting up banners this summer on 12 light poles on Main Street, each featuring a different photo of a newcomer to the area in a town setting....

 2021-04-22 21:18 

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B.C. Supreme Court judge rejects bid to send Coastal GasLink pipeline back for assessment...

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has rejected a bid by the Office of the Wet'suwet'en to kill an extension of the environmental assessment certificate that gave the green light to a northern B.C. pipeline at the centre of countrywide protests....

 2021-04-22 21:17 

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[ Ottawa ]

Short-term rental rules get unanimous committee support...

Ottawa city councillors hoping to bring an end to the noise, garbage and even violence that short-term vacation rentals sometimes attract unanimously approved strict new rules Thursday....

 2021-04-22 21:16 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Renauds Mills man charged with attempted murder of woman, fleeing police...

A 29-year old man from Renauds Mills is facing eight charges, including attempted murder, after he allegedly assaulted a woman and fled from police, say RCMP....

 2021-04-22 21:12 

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Einarson among 2 previously perfect rinks to fall at Players' Championship...

No women's teams are unbeaten at the Grand Slam of Curling Players' Championship after the last two squads with unblemished records suffered losses on Thursday....

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