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 2021-02-23 23:43 

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Estee Lauder to buy Deciem, Canadian skincare company behind brand The Ordinary...

The Estee Lauder Cos Inc. has struck a deal to buy Canadian skincare company Deciem Beauty Group Inc. at a valuation of US $2.2 billion....

 2021-02-23 23:38 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Nearly 400 police officers in Saskatoon and Regina forced to quarantine since pandemic started...

Nearly 400 Regina and Saskatoon police officers have been forced into isolation since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and 38 officers have tested positive for the virus....

 2021-02-23 23:37 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. senior anxious to get 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine, wants appointment process made clearer...

Mary Lou Onyskevitch is like many other seniors in Saskatchewan: she is waiting for her first dose of vaccine. She wants to government to make its Phase 1 vaccine delivery plan for eligible seniors clearer....

 2021-02-23 23:35 

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Ontario hikers stranded on ice floe rescued by OPP after drifting 3 km off shore...

Ontario Provincial Police are celebrating after they were able to safely rescue a pair of hikers who were stranded on a piece of ice drifting into Georgian Bay Sunday afternoon....

 2021-02-23 23:29 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Prince District RCMP ask for public's help in finding missing man...

Prince District RCMP are asking for the public's help in finding 69-year-old Terry Mole of Waterford, P.E.I....

 2021-02-23 23:28 

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[ North News ]

Bear spray-wielding man steals truck in Yukon, flees 2,000 km to B.C....

An Alberta man faces a number of charges after allegedly intruding on a Yukon mine site in the wee hours, blasting someone there with bear spray, stealing a pickup truck, and driving it to B.C. where he was arrested by RCMP....

 2021-02-23 23:23 

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[ Toronto ]

Ontario judge says he severed ties with Black federation on fear of suspension from bench...

A judge accused of lying to a disciplinary committee said on Tuesday that he did indeed give up all involvement with a Black federation he helped found out of fear he would be suspended from the bench....

 2021-02-23 23:22 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. premier says current public health measures are effective after more COVID-19 variant cases found...

The province now has seven cases of COVID-19 variants....

 2021-02-23 23:19 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

Opposition wants P.E.I.-based staff for mental health phone line...

The Opposition health critic says the province's planned phone line that will act as a single point of contact for mental health and addictions services needs to be staffed with people on P.E.I....

 2021-02-23 23:11 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Province allows restaurants, bars to buy alcohol at wholesale prices...

In a written statement on Tuesday, B.C. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth says the measure to buy liquor at wholesale prices would give businesses certainty....

 2021-02-23 22:50 

CBC

[ Thunder Bay ]

Musselwhite Mine being locked down after 3rd worker tests positive...

Company not allowing anyone to enter or exit the mine site after a previously presumptive case, unrelated to two other COVID-19 cases, has been confirmed to be positive....

 2021-02-23 22:41 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

Series of hate-motivated vandalism leaves Windsor's LGBTQ community on edge...

In just one week, WE Trans Support has filed three reports to Windsor police regarding homophobic and racist vandalism, along with property damage. This has left members of the LGBTQ community feeling uneasy....

 2021-02-23 22:41 

CBC

[ North News ]

3 Hay River food producers share $400K funding boost...

Riverside Growers, Greenwood Gardens and Choice North Farms will each receive between $100,000 and $200,000 under the federal Canadian Agriculture Partnership Fund....

 2021-02-23 22:38 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

More walk-in clinics, mobile crisis units coming this year, vows health minister...

New Brunswick health minister Dorothy Shephard says she's working to get people the help they need when they're ready to ask for it and before they go into a deeper crisis....

 2021-02-23 22:35 

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George Springer begins Blue Jays tenure with high expectations after record contract...

George Springer says it still feels a little strange to put on a Toronto Blue Jays uniform. It's understandable, as he is just a few days into spring training with the Blue Jays — his second Major League Baseball team after seven seasons with th...

 2021-02-23 22:35 

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Rochester police officers involved in death of Daniel Prude will not face criminal charges...

Rochester, N.Y., police officers seen on body camera video last March holding down a naked and handcuffed Black man named Daniel Prude until he stopped breathing will not face criminal charges, according to a grand jury decision announced Tuesday....

 2021-02-23 22:34 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

Police watchdog concerned by man's release from hospital after suicide attempt...

The director of Nova Scotia's police watchdog said it is 'of concern' that a patient was released from hospital less than 24 hours after being brought in following a serious mental health call....

 2021-02-23 22:32 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

N.S. artists create epic design on frozen lake...

It takes a lot of creativity, precision, and patience to create snow art on this scale. Colleen Jones takes us to Debert, N.S., to meet the artists behind the design....

 2021-02-23 22:30 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Volunteers, RCMP helicopter continue search for missing snowmobiler in Whiteshell Provincial Park...

Searchers are combing through the southeast Manitoba provincial park, looking for Dan LeMay, who has been missing since Sunday night....

 2021-02-23 22:30 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Premier King further details mental health campus, other highlights mentioned in state of the province address...

'The centre will be actually bringing all of the resources together so that we can advocate properly for, and execute as a government, the services that are needed to deliver a quality mental health and addictions service across Prince Edward Island,&...

 2021-02-23 22:28 

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Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos taking medical leave...

One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's senior cabinet ministers will step aside from his duties temporarily as he deals with a medical issue....

 2021-02-23 22:26 

CBC

Kenyan farmers are turning crop-eating locusts into sustainable animal feed...

The Bug Picture is working with communities in Kenya to harvest the insects and mill them, turning them into protein-rich animal feed and organic fertilizer for farms....

 2021-02-23 22:19 

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B.C. expanding vaccine workforce as province records 559 new COVID-19 cases...

British Columbia is expanding its vaccine workforce, health officials said Tuesday, as the province marked 559 new cases of COVID-19 and one more death....

 2021-02-23 22:19 

CBC

Melting butter hard? Palm oil may be the culprit, says food researcher...

Many Canadians have struggled melting butter to room temperature. Food scientists say the reason for firm butter may be palm oil in cow feed....

 2021-02-23 22:13 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

As variants threat grows, schools tighten up requirements around COVID-19 screening...

There are new stricter school screening requirements in Ontario — and it means a lot more students will be staying home from school....

 2021-02-23 22:10 

CBC

[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

2 patients contracted COVID-19 at St. Clare's hospital, Eastern Health mum on details...

CBC News has learned two patients fell ill with the coronavirus while at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, in addition to a staff member who worked on the same ward....

 2021-02-23 22:07 

CBC

[ Hamilton ]

Feds 'broken' quarantine hotel booking system means Burlington family could face hefty fine...

A Burlington, Ont. father has been calling the designated government phone line to secure a hotel booking for his daughter, who is returning to Canada. But he can't get through, and worries she'll end up paying a hefty fine....

 2021-02-23 22:00 

CBC

Canada Soccer names 50-man provisional roster for Olympic qualifier in Mexico...

Canada has named its 50-man provisional roster for CONCACAF Olympic qualifying next month, with 21 of the players coming from the three Canadian MLS clubs....

 2021-02-23 22:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

CBC Nova Scotia News February 23, 2021...

The only daily TV news package to focus on Nova Scotians and their stories...

 2021-02-23 21:57 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

Giant tree 'twins' flourish for centuries in remote northern valley...

Two retired foresters from the Bathurst area have identified the largest known specimens in the province of two different kinds of trees, in an area they've nominated for provincial protection....

 2021-02-23 21:57 

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[ North News ]

Nunavut emerges from pandemic year in good financial shape, finance minister says...

After projecting the territory's largest-ever deficit just four months ago, Finance Minister George Hickes says Nunavut is now emerging from the year-long pandemic in 'reasonably good shape' financially, thanks to federal relief funding for CO...

 2021-02-23 21:41 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

Double hit and run injures woman, nearly causes head-on crash along South Shore...

RCMP in Nova Scotia are asking for help finding someone who is suspected of two hit and runs on Sunday night. A pedestrian was hurt and a car sustained significant damage....

 2021-02-23 21:35 

CBC

Kitchener bylaw will now ticket drivers $75 after 3 minutes of idling...

Kitchener city councillors have approved a new anti-idling bylaw that will see drivers ticketed $75 if they keep their motor running for more than three minutes, although there are several exceptions to the new rule....

 2021-02-23 21:30 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

Auditor General says province hasn't made enough progress on increasing nursing home beds...

New Brunswick Auditor General Kim Adair-MacPherson said the province is failing to address the demand for nursing homes — and falling more behind all the time....

 2021-02-23 21:27 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Teacher at B.C. private school charged with child pornography offence...

A teacher at a private school in West Vancouver, B.C., has been arrested and charged for allegedly possessing child pornography....

 2021-02-23 21:27 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Essential workers before seniors, says epidemiologist suggesting B.C. rethink its vaccine rollout plan...

With the B.C. government's vaccine rollout plan now underway, an expert in virus modelling says there may be a better way to protect more people faster....

 2021-02-23 21:25 

CBC

[ Ottawa ]

Prioritize vaccines for school staff: OCDSB chair...

The chair of Ottawa's largest school board wants the province to get COVID-19 vaccines to education workers "sooner rather than later" to help keep schools open....

 2021-02-23 21:25 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Former spouse of accused dog killer testifies he was jealous of attention she gave animals...

The man accused of fatally beating his girlfriend's two dogs was jealous of the attention she gave the animals, according to the woman's testimony Tuesday....

 2021-02-23 21:17 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

How human traffickers use 'corridors' to isolate victims, evade police...

A new report is giving advocates a clearer picture of how human traffickers use transportation routes across Canada to evade police and isolate their victims....

 2021-02-23 21:07 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

NB Power management at fault for missed debt targets, says auditor general...

New Brunswick Auditor General Kim Adair-MacPherson, in a report, said NB Power's higher debt level was the result of management's failure to better forecast its costs....

 2021-02-23 21:05 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

Sussex Tim Hortons manager who spied on employee in bathroom gets probation...

A former Tim Hortons manager in Sussex has been put on probation for 18 months after he admitted to filming a teenage employee change....

 2021-02-23 21:00 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. government pledges $15M to VIDO-Intervac if feds also commit money for research facility...

VIDO-Intervac is working to secure funds for a new Level 4 containment laboratory....

 2021-02-23 20:59 

CBC

Foreign diplomats among those exempt from the mandatory hotel quarantine...

The list of people exempt from a mandatory travel quarantine rule is small, but it includes diplomats, minors and people in so-called 'exigent' circumstances....

 2021-02-23 20:53 

CBC

Zoom bombers interrupt virtual court hearing with porn, swastikas...

Peel Regional Police are investigating after a virtual court hearing involving Waterloo regional police was repeatedly interrupted Tuesday by "Zoom bombers" who hijacked the meeting and posted pornographic images and swastikas....

 2021-02-23 20:49 

CBC

[ Hamilton ]

Six Nations to vaccinate community members aged 60 and up plus health-care workers...

Six Nations of the Grand River has approved its priority matrix for distributing COVID-19 vaccines to community members....

 2021-02-23 20:45 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

COVID-19 in Sask.: 4 more deaths, 122 new cases, variant cases now total 7...

The four new deaths in Saskatchewan involve three people in their 80s and one in their 70s....

 2021-02-23 20:44 

CBC

Check out these ice sculptures in downtown Kitchener...

Richard Reinelt has been creating ice sculptures for over 30 years. He recently worked with the Downtown Kitchener BIA and created six ice sculptures that can be found at Vogelsang Green Park in downtown Kitchener....

 2021-02-23 20:37 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

CBE launches high school engagement, scenarios include ending some Spanish, French and Arts programs...

The Calgary Board of Education is considering cutting some programs of choice and consolidating programs as it looks to balance student populations in public high schools across the city....

 2021-02-23 20:30 

CBC

[ Edmonton ]

Dr. Deena Hinshaw to update Alberta with latest on COVID-19 pandemic...

Alberta's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, will update Albertans efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 amid a recent surge in cases....

 2021-02-23 20:27 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

No charges against RCMP officer after driver injured in rollover crash following police pursuit...

A B.C. RCMP officer will not be charged in connection with a rollover crash after an attempted traffic stop in Surrey, B.C., last month....

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