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Freedom convoy leader Tamara Lich arrested in Alberta, accused of breaching bail conditions (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
ottawa protest occupation convoy tamara lich feb 14 Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich has been re-arrested for breaching her bail conditions, one of her lawyers has confirmed.
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CBC Marketplace investigated these movers. Now police have arrested them (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Toronto police at moving company warehouse Following an undercover investigation by CBC's Marketplace into a group of national moving companies accused of deceptive pricing, Toronto police have arrested two key figures and charged them with a slew of criminal offences.
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Ottawa police say they're ready to shut down Canada Day occupation attempts (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
canada day 2022 ottawa parliament hill event Ottawa city officials laid out their plans for a "unique" Canada Day Monday morning, including shows at LeBreton Flats and efforts to keep anti-government protests from turning into another occupation.
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B.C. flood victims fear losing their homes — again — after Red Cross unexpectedly ends support (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Mary Dyck Flood-impacted renters in the Fraser Valley say they are worried about losing their new rental homes after financial support from the Red Cross stopped earlier than expected.
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Quebec family forms a special bond with physician after death of their youngest son (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Brayden Odell The connection between Brayden Odell's family and the neurosurgeon who treated him for a brain bleed in January 2021 has led to the creation of a fund aimed at improving outcomes for others with the congenital brain malformation Brayden had.
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Nova Scotians 50+ can book second COVID-19 booster starting July 8 (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Vaccine Walk-ins Nova Scotians aged 50 to 69 will be able to book a second COVID-19 booster late next week, but Public Health says a fall booking could better ward off the disease. 
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Her husband died awaiting surgery delayed by the pandemic. She says N.S. health care is broken (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Gay Clarke Mark Clarke died in February, the day before he was supposed to have cardiac surgery that had already been delayed due to a lack of available ICU beds. His widow, Gay Clarke, believes the province's health-care system is broken.
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Husband of Ontario animal activist killed during protest files $5M lawsuit (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Ont Activist Death 20211101 Two years after Regan Russell was killed after a transport truck driver drove over her, Mark Powell is turning to civil court to try to get answers about his wife's death.
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'Shame on those responsible': Float in Sundre, Alta., rodeo parade called out as racist (Sun, 26 Jun 2022)
Sundre Pro Rodeo Politicians and community members have criticized a parade float that appeared in a southern Alberta rodeo over the weekend in which a man with a fake beard and turban is seen riding in a manure spreader with the words "The Liberal" pasted on its side.
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This Hamilton hotel plays the newest 'moody' character in Season 3 of Umbrella Academy (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
The Residences of Royal Connaught - Umbrella Academy While the Hamilton backdrop is important to cultivating the mood for Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy, production of the show during Season 2 had a significant economic impact in Ontario, according to the MPA.
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Libraries in Canada hit by wave of hate, threats, as right-wing groups protest all-age drag events (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
drag story time Family-friendly drag events across Canada, many hosted by municipal libraries, have been targeted by a deluge of hateful comments and threats this Pride month, prompting multiple police investigations and renewed concerns about the safety of the LGBTQ community.
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The pandemic upset how we assess students. Experts worry that's also hampered recovery efforts (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Learning Curve - Assessment How student learning is measured is one element of the education system that's been upset by the pandemic. Students, parents and teachers alike worry about lost learning since March 2020, while education researchers decry Canada's lack of data showing where student learning is at — crucial information for targeting the supports needed to bridge pandemic gaps.
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Canada can now seize, sell off Russian assets. What's next? (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Janet Yellen+Freeland welcome to Canada Redistributing Russian-owned assets to fund Ukraine's reconstruction may sound like a logical approach to restitution, but as the Canadian government gains new powers to begin this process, questions remain about how it will work, and whether some issues are headed to court.
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Parents, caregivers face new juggling act as employers evaluate work-from-home policies (Mon, 27 Jun 2022)
Amy McQuaid-England working at home with her children in the same room The ability to keep a close eye on loved ones has been important to many people who have been juggling their family and employment responsibilities in the same space over the course of the pandemic.
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Protests are coming back for Canada Day — and officials don't want a repeat of winter chaos (Sun, 26 Jun 2022)
Convoy Protest 20220430 The federal public safety minister said he wants people to celebrate Canada Day, but with protests planned for the upcoming holiday weekend in Ottawa, Marco Mendicino says he's hoping the mistakes of last winter won't be repeated.
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