Alberta Health Service has added five new ambulances and 20 more paramedics in Calgary and Edmonton respectively. The additions are meant to help relieve pressure on Emergency Health Services. cbc.ca/1.6598273
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Some scientists warn the impacts on marine ecosystems could be severe and long-lasting as tropical storms become more common. cbc.ca/1.6598025
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The province of Ontario made more than a half a billion dollars from the cannabis industry in the last fiscal year, according to public accounts released by the government. cbc.ca/1.6596720
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Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini is facing newly public allegations that he physically and psychologically abused his four children when they were young. cbc.ca/1.6598208
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According to the United Nations, the declaration is the most comprehensive international instrument for ensuring the rights of Indigenous peoples. cbc.ca/1.6597853
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The chair of the Indo-Caribbean Canadian Association said the conflict with Diwali on Oct. 24 could lead to lower voter turnout among those who celebrate the South Asian holiday, affecting their political representation in communities across Ontario....
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First Nations leaders and supporters rallied at the B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, ahead of closing arguments in an Indigenous title case between the Nuchatlaht First Nation and the province. cbc.ca/1.6597899
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One in four Black, Indigenous and realtors of colour say a client has refused to work with them because of their identity. cbc.ca/1.6597697
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With hundreds of thousands of Quebecers still waiting for a family doctor, and hospitals often overwhelmed and operating over capacity, health care has featured prominently in the province's election campaign. cbc.ca/1.6593465
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A 35-year-old man from Winnipeg has been charged in connection with 69 break-in-related offences that took place between January and September of this year, totalling over $130,000 worth of stolen property, Winnipeg police say. cbc.ca/1.6597497
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Up to 23 people were sent to hospital after a "hazardous incident" at a St. Catharines, Ont., auto plant. The local fire chief said a contractor hit a valve that leaked five litres of hydrochloric acid. cbc.ca/1.6597398
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Pro-Moscow officials said that residents in three of the four occupied areas of Ukraine voted to join Russia in a Kremlin-orchestrated vote, widely seen by the west as illegitimate. cbc.ca/1.6597755
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New York Yankees star Aaron Judge is one home run shy of Roger Maris' American League record of 61. With baseball history on the line Tuesday night, memorabilia collector William Chong says sitting in the Toronto outfield is like holding a lottery ticket....
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Fida Kablawi has spent two years rescuing Egyptian street dogs and bringing them to Ontario. She hopes Ottawa will have a change of heart over its ban on street dogs from more than 100 countries starting Sept.28. cbc.ca/1.6595936
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Iranian riot police and security forces clashed with demonstrators in dozens of cities on Tuesday, state media and social media said, amid continuing protests over the death of a young Iranian woman in police custody. cbc.ca/1.6597576
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The chaos in Russia is intensifying as hundreds of thousands of men try to get out of the country. Some reports from border crossings indicate Russian authorities moved to stop — and then enlist — some of those trying to escape. cbc.ca/1.6597416
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Uruguay blanked Canada 2-0 in the Canadians' second-last friendly match before the FIFA World Cup kicks off in November. cbc.ca/1.6596774
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“It's one of those games where it's like the worse you do, the funnier it is.” – Dan Vecchitto, creator of Trombone Champ. cbc.ca/1.6596580
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Nepalese rescuers in a helicopter are searching for a famed U.S. ski climber a day after she fell off near the peak of the world's eighth-highest mountain. cbc.ca/1.6597147
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: When Giselle General and her brother immigrated to Canada from the Philippines as teens, it meant making decisions on what mementoes they wanted to bring with them. cbc.ca/1.6521234
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