1. Manitoba judge dismisses parent's claim for exemption from school mask requirement  CBC.ca
  2. Mother sues school division for $200K for requiring face masks  CTV News Winnipeg
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  1. John Ivison: A good start for Erin O'Toole, the Conservatives' sidelined leader  National Post
  2. Erin O'Toole warns that the Liberals may bankrupt the country to win the next election  National Post
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  1. Lethbridge police at scene of high-risk incident  CTV Toronto
  2. Explosives team called to Lethbridge home as police execute drug search warrant  Global News
  3. Lethbridge police at scene of high-risk incident | CTV News  CTV Toronto
  4. LPS dealing with “high risk incident” on south side  Lethbridge News Now
  5. Only four new COVID cases in South Zone as 158 confirmed provincially  Lethbridge News Now
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COVID-19: A second wave has not hit Alberta yet  Edmonton JournalView Full coverage on Google News
Global National: Sept. 24, 2020 | As COVID-19 cases rise, Ontario faces testing dilemma  Global NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Fire at New Westminster pier finally extinguished  CBC.ca
  2. Fire at New Westminster pier ‘completely extinguished’  News 1130
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  1. Police investigate body discovered in northeast Edmonton  Edmonton Journal
  2. Body found in NE Edmonton, unclear whether or not death is suspicious  CTV Edmonton
  3. Police investigating discovery of body in NE Edmonton, witness says  CTV Edmonton
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  1. $2K fine issued as Saskatchewan adds 5 new coronavirus cases  Global News
  2. COVID-19 in Sask: Person fined $2K after allegedly not self-isolating while symptomatic  CBC.ca
  3. 5 new COVID-19 cases in Sask.; 130 active | CTV News  CTV News
  4. Saskatchewan police conducting coronavirus self-isolation check-ins  Global News
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  1. Drivers given $1,600 in fines for death of 15-year-old girl in marked Burnaby crosswalk  Global News
  2. Fatal Burnaby crash: Drivers sentenced 2 years after Brazilian exchange student's death  CTV News Vancouver
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  1. ‘I’ve just slaughtered my entire family’: Markham man pleads guilty to murdering his mother, father, sister and grandmother over several hours last summer  Toronto Star
  2. Markham man pleads guilty to murdering 4 family members  CityNews Toronto
  3. Markham man pleads guilty to murdering grandmother, parents and sister  Global News
  4. Markham man pleads guilty to killing four family members last summer  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  5. 23-year-old Markham, Ont. man pleads guilty to killing four family members last summer  CTV Toronto
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  1. Albertans told to look out for Calgary couple and their granddaughter  CTV Toronto
  2. Calgary family missing after leaving for camping trip in Crowsnest Pass area  CBC.ca
  3. Calgary police searching for family reported missing after going camping  Global News
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  1. Residents at CHSLD Herron victims of 'organizational negligence' last spring, report finds  CBC.ca
  2. Quebec reveals changes made to long-term care homes ahead of second wave  CTV News Montreal
  3. Government report finds fault with operators of Herron seniors' residence  Montreal Gazette
  4. Coronavirus: Quebec releases scathing reports into long-term care homes where dozens died  Global News
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  1. Police arrest suspect in Lynnwood stabbing, identify victim in Highland Park murder  Calgary Herald
  2. Arrest made in connection with southeast Calgary stabbing  CTV Toronto
  3. Suspect in custody in fatal Lynnwood stabbing: Calgary police  Global News
  4. Highland Park victim stabbed 90 minutes before found by passerby, police say  CBC.ca
  5. Stabbing suspect arrested in wooded area in Calgary  660 News
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  1. Penticton woman sentenced to 1 year in jail for accidentally killing teen boyfriend with morphine injection  CBC.ca
  2. Penticton woman sentenced to one year in jail, ordered to pay funeral costs in manslaughter case  Vancouver Sun
  3. Penticton woman sentenced to year in jail for killing boyfriend with injection of morphine  iNFOnews
  4. Kiera Bourque, guilty of manslaughter in the death of 17-year-old Devon Blackmore, will spend one year in jail - Penticton News  Castanet.net
  5. Mother speaks after the sentencing for the death of Blackmore  Castanet News
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  1. The new Liberal climate promises are mostly to get on with the old climate promises  The Globe and Mail
  2. Trudeau addresses nation after speech from the throne  CBC News
  3. Throne speech: Conservatives say they will not support Liberals' plan  Global News
  4. Sean Speer: Trudeau has laid a trap. Here's how Erin O'Toole can avoid it  National Post
  5. Get informed on the top stories of the day in one quick scan  CBC.ca
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  1. Toronto Santa Claus Parade moving online, more COVID-19 cancellations announced  CBC.ca
  2. HERE COMES NOBODY: Pandemic sidelines T.O. Santa parade  Toronto Sun
  3. Toronto to move annual Santa Claus parade online due to COVID-19  National Post
  4. Coronavirus: Toronto cancels major events through Dec. 31, Santa Claus parade to go virtual  Global News
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  1. Surge in demand for COVID-19 testing in Hamilton leads to waiting and frustration  CBC.ca
  2. Coronavirus: Requests for COVID-19 tests have more than doubled in Hamilton  Global News
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Third Edmonton school added to province's COVID-19 outbreak watch list  Edmonton JournalView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Throne speech gets mixed reviews from former speechwriters  CBC News
  2. Throne speech: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh urges paid sick leave, no cuts to COVID-19 support  Global News
  3. With Conservatives out, Liberals need Bloc or NDP support to avoid election  CBC.ca
  4. Coronavirus: Conservative, Bloc and NDP leaders respond to Trudeau's national address  Global News
  5. Conservatives reject throne speech, NDP still evaluating  CBC News
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Two missing hikers found dead at Jasper National Park: RCMP  Edmonton JournalView Full coverage on Google News
  1. With Conservatives out, Liberals need Bloc or NDP support to avoid election  CBC.ca
  2. Throne speech: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh urges paid sick leave, no cuts to COVID-19 support  Global News
  3. Will they or won't they? Opposition leaders react to Liberal throne speech — and the possibility of a pandemic election  Toronto Star
  4. Conservatives reject throne speech, NDP still evaluating  CBC News
  5. Coronavirus: Conservative, Bloc and NDP leaders respond to Trudeau's national address  Global News
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  1. Public Health Ontario labs unable to issue test results due to 'unexpected outage'  CBC.ca
  2. System outage at Public Health Ontario may result in delayed COVID-19 test results  CTV Toronto
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  1. 'Incomprehensible behaviour': John Tory reacts after Scarborough party leads to 14 people fined $880 each  Toronto Star
  2. 'The education phase is over': Police issue $880 fines to 14 people after breaking up large party in Scarborough  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  3. 14 people fined for large parties in Scarborough, police say  680 News
  4. 'The education phase is over': 14 people slapped with $880 fines after police bust large gathering in Toronto  CTV Toronto
  5. WARMINGTON: TPS corona cops will be more "aggressive"  Toronto Sun
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  1. One person dead in west-end crash  Ottawa Citizen
  2. 1 dead in 2-vehicle crash in west Ottawa  CBC.ca
  3. Two people extricated from two-vehicle crash in west end; one person air lifted to hospital  OttawaMatters.com
  4. One person dead following west-end crash: Ottawa Police  CTV Edmonton
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  1. 56 coronavirus-related calls, 9 claims from workers in B.C.'s education sector, WorkSafeBC says  CTV News Vancouver
  2. B.C. teacher wasn’t told of COVID-19 case in cohort, later tests positive  Global News
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  1. Anti-racism group angered by Premier Kenney’s response to Red Deer violence  Global News
  2. Missing: Mattie Pollock, 14, of Red Deer  rdnewsnow.com
  3. Street racers choose wrong Red Deer road to put pedal to metal  CTV Toronto
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  1. Motorcyclist killed in Kitchener crash; police say another failed to remain at scene  CTV Toronto
  2. Section of Fairway Road closed after fatal crash (update)  KitchenerToday.com
  3. Man arrested in downtown Kitchener after people threatened with pellet rifle  Global News
  4. Police respond to crash between motorcycle and car  CTV Toronto
  5. Six injured after crash in Kitchener (update)  KitchenerToday.com
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  1. Alberta couple who vanished while hiking found dead in Jasper National Park  Global News
  2. Missing Alberta couple found dead in Jasper National Park after falling from steep bank, RCMP say  CBC.ca
  3. Two missing hikers found dead at Jasper National Park: RCMP  Edmonton Journal
  4. Alta. couple missing in Jasper National Park found dead after falling from steep bank: RCMP  CTV Edmonton
  5. Searchers find bodies in Jasper National Park, remains believed to...  Todayville.com
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B.C. teacher wasn’t told of COVID-19 case in cohort, later tests positive  Global NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Police urging women to call 911 after 2 women report being followed on Vancouver streets  CBC.ca
  2. Suspicious incidents reported by two women in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood  Global News
  3. Young assault victim lay unattended for up to 12 hours in Strathcona Park  Vancouver Sun
  4. Critically injured man may have lain for hours before help called - BC News  Castanet.net
  5. Victim lay in Strathcona Park for hours before assault was reported: police  CTV News Vancouver
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  1. Ontario considers shortening list of possible COVID-19 symptoms that require kids to stay home from school  CBC.ca
  2. Coronavirus: Education minister says Ontario to review COVID-19 symptoms list for schools  Global News
  3. Ontario to review COVID-19 symptoms list for schools, minister says  National Post
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  1. Ontario hospital lays off 97 registered nurses amid pandemic citing 'financial challenge'  CTV Toronto
  2. Southlake Regional Health Centre to lay off almost 100 registered nurses  Global News
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  1. Man deliberately set on fire, suffers severe burns: Campbell River RCMP  CBC.ca
  2. 20-year-old man set on fire while sleeping under bridge in Campbell River  News 1130
  3. Police believe man was set on fire while he slept under Campbell River bridge  Times Colonist
  4. Police investigate after man was set on fire while sleeping in Campbell River, B.C. - BC News  Castanet.net
  5. 'An egregious offence': Mounties investigating after man set on fire in Campbell River  CTV Edmonton
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  1. Post-tropical storm Teddy headed for Newfoundland after passing P.E.I.  CBC.ca
  2. Winds from post-tropical storm Teddy picking up this afternoon, diminishing tonight on P.E.I.  The Guardian
  3. Public safety minister, EMO praise preparedness of Islanders for Teddy  CBC.ca
  4. P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Wednesday, Sept. 23  The Guardian
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  1. 101 B.C. First Nations demand removal of open-net salmon farms near Campbell River, B.C.  CBC.ca
  2. 101 First Nations in B.C. demand removal of open-net salmon farms near Campbell River  CBC.ca
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  1. Coronavirus live updates: Quebec reports 471 cases and four deaths as hospitalizations continue to rise  Montreal Gazette
  2. Mapping out Canada's COVID-19 hotspots: new modelling shows where cases are rising  CTV News
  3. Canada at a 'crossroads' as COVID-19 cases rise, says top doctor  CBC News
  4. Laval police file complaint after restaurant's reported flouting of COVID-19 rules  Montreal Gazette
  5. Coronavirus: Quebec reports 471 new cases, 10 more hospitalizations  CTV News Montreal
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  1. Curbside memorial marks death of Winnipeg Transit driver hit on Main Street near garage  CBC.ca
  2. Winnipeg Transit driver dies after crash on Main Street  Global News
  3. Winnipeg bus driver killed after being struck by a car  Winnipeg Sun
  4. Transit driver killed in crash on Winnipeg's Main Street  CTV News Winnipeg
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  1. Kitchener drive-thru COVID-19 testing clinic hit capacity before it opened on Wednesday  CBC.ca
  2. Drive-thru COVID-19 testing centre in Kitchener temporarily closes over safety concerns  CityNews Toronto
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  1. Former coffee shop owner recalls accused shooter having 'Islamophobic' views  CBC.ca
  2. Raymond muttered in ambulance that killings not his fault, he was provoked: witness  CTV News Atlantic
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  1. Hospital in Newmarket, Ont. to cut 95 registered nurse positions due to financial challenges  CBC.ca
  2. 'Completely irresponsible': Union slams Southlake for laying off 97 nurses during pandemic  OrilliaMatters
  3. Layoffs coming at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket  Newstalk 1010 (iHeartRadio)
  4. Southlake Regional Health Centre plans to cut nearly 100 Registered Nurse positions  CTV Toronto
  5. Almost 100 registered nurse positions to be cut at Southlake hospital  yorkregion.com
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  1. Ethics watchdog dismisses conflict of interest charges against PM's chief of staff  CTV News
  2. Investigation into Trudeau’s chief of staff dismissed by ethics commissioner  Global News
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  1. Storm Watch: Closures and cancellations for Wednesday, Sept. 23  CTV News Atlantic
  2. Teddy-related closures and cancellations for Wednesday, Sept. 23  HalifaxToday.ca
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  1. Livelihood or profit? Why an old fight over Indigenous fishing rights is heating up again in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca
  2. Why were Indigenous crews in Canada shot at with flares for fishing?  The Guardian
  3. Mi'kmaw community says rights-based fishery regulations rival those of DFO  CBC.ca
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  1. Airdrie RCMP look to thank a group of Good Samaritan teenagers  CTV Toronto
  2. A group of teens surprise Airdrie RCMP officers with gift cards  660 News
  3. Edmonton woman arrested for drug possession in Airdrie, Alta.  CTV Toronto
  4. Officers find surprise waiting for them in RCMP parking lot  DiscoverAirdrie.com
  5. Drug charges laid against Edmonton woman after Airdrie traffic stop  DiscoverAirdrie.com
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  1. Alberta child care operators to receive federal grants to help with costs related to COVID-19 pandemic  Edmonton Journal
  2. Feds to give Alta. child care centres another $72M  CTV News Edmonton
  3. Alberta child care programs to receive funding boost as part of federal government’s Safe Restart Agreement  Global News
  4. Child care funding announcement  Edmonton Journal
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  1. Child testifies doctor sexually assaulted her on family vacation  CBC.ca
  2. Crown wraps up evidence in trial of Alberta pediatrician charged with sex assault  Global News
  3. Teenage girl testifies at sexual assault trial in Lethbridge  Lethbridge News Now
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  1. Police, coroner investigating death at Victoria construction site  CTV News VI
  2. 1 man dead in work-related incident at Victoria construction site  CBC.ca
  3. UPDATED: Man dies from injuries at Custom House construction site in Victoria  Victoria News
  4. Coroner investigating death at construction site in downtown Victoria  Times Colonist
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  1. Alberta to liquidate emissions reductions fund to pay deficit, new programs  The Globe and Mail
  2. Alberta empties TIER fund to invest in emission-reducing innovation  CBC.ca
  3. Alberta empties TIER fund in an attempt to create jobs, energy efficiency  Edmonton Journal
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  1. 'Who steals a slide?' Burnaby RCMP asks after playground theft  CBC.ca
  2. Someone stole a whole slide from a Burnaby playground | News  Daily Hive
  3. “Who steals a slide?” Burnaby RCMP investigate strange theft  NEWS 1130
  4. 10-foot, $6000 slide stolen from Burnaby elementary school - BC News  Castanet.net
  5. Ten-foot plastic slide worth about $6,000 stolen from Burnaby playground  News 1130
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  1. Roughly 1 in 10 public school students in Hamilton aren't wearing masks in class  CBC.ca
  2. Hamilton's public board facing virtual school delays due to growth in student demand  CBC.ca
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