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Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in fourth quarter

Twitter suspended at least 58 million user accounts in the final three months of 2017, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.
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Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners demand Quebec legalize their sport

Even though no punching and kicking is allowed, Brazilian jiu-jitsu competitions are illegal in Quebec, following a 2013 amendment to the Criminal Code. Athletes say that makes no sense.
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Do you get as excited about breakfast as this fox does?

A fox was captured on this video excitedly gearing up for a big meal near St. Clair Avenue and Bathurst Street.
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Doug Ford says PCs planning largest-ever consultation on sex-ed

Doug Ford says his government's consultations on a new sex-ed curriculum will hear from ever electoral riding in the province, making it the largest in Ontario's history.
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Windsor company lends wheelchair to boy who lost his to thief

A company in Windsor is lending Jacob Chase a wheelchair to use after he lost his to a thief while he was eating lunch at home.

NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens looks to CFL to resume career

Hall of Famer and former NFL receiver Terrell Owens has activated a 10-day window to receive a contract offer from the Edmonton Eskimos by July 24 or force the CFL team to relinquish his rights.
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350,000 crashes in 2017 mark an all-time high: ICBC

ICBC is launching an online tool to refresh drivers' knowledge in the wake of stats that reveal crashes in B.C. are at an all-time high.
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Ombudsman report coming tomorrow on Niagara Region seizing a reporter's laptop

The Ontario Ombudsman will release his report Wednesday morning on an incident where Niagara Region officials seized a reporter's laptop and notebook.
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Here's a look at how work is progressing on the Zibi development

Zibi President Jeff Westeinde took local officials on a tour of the changing Zibi site on Tuesday, July 17.
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Olympic paddler makes the most of his time crafting handmade watches

Mark de Jonge, an Olympic bronze medallist and two-time world champion in sprint kayak, is making and selling analog watches in Nova Scotia when he is isn't training.
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Alberta RCMP searching for new commanding officer

The search is on for a new commanding officer for the RCMP in Alberta with the pending retirement of Deputy Commissioner Todd Shean, who was named to the job in March 2017.
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A team of Toronto researchers examined nearly 300 suicide notes. Here's what they found

Powerlessness, battling with mental illness and self-blame are common themes found in suicide notes, according to a study from Canadian researchers that recommends health-care professionals target those issues in treatment and prevention programs.

After Putin summit outrage, Trump says he accepts that Russia meddled

After outrage over his failure to hold Russia accountable for interfering in the 2016 U.S. election during a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he accepts the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia did in fact meddle in the election.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wears Canadian designer to London event

A fondness for Canadian fashion apparently hasn't waned for Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. The former Toronto resident was photographed Tuesday wearing a sleeveless trench dress by the Calgary brand Nonie.
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New WorkSafeNB report aims to curb skyrocketing premiums

A new report by the task force that examined WorkSafeNB charts a course toward improved governance through measures that aim to curb premiums and scale back powers of an appeals tribunal.
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Portage and Main changes a 'vanity project' for Brian Bowman, says rival

A candidate running for mayor of Winnipeg says Brian Bowman is being "sneaky" by using the city's road renewal budget to pay for consultants to redesign the Portage and Main intersection.
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A chronology of events 1 year after Marrisa Shen's homicide

July 18, 2018 marks one year since 13-year-old Marrisa Shen was killed. Police have not yet found a suspect or arrested anyone.
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CFL expansion to Halifax reaches crucial crossroad

The optimism surrounding yet another attempt at CFL expansion to Atlantic Canada has been extremely cautious. But the next four to six weeks could determine if a 10th CFL team becomes reality.
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Funerals planned in Texas for 3 members of Calgary family killed in highway crash

A funeral will be held in Texas this weekend for three members of a Calgary family killed in a head-on crash there last Saturday, while another service will take place at a Sikh temple back in Calgary in the coming weeks.
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CBRM to use sewage 'sludge' to generate heat, power at Sydney plant

The Cape Breton Regional Municipality has received a $750,000 grant to turn 1,800 tonnes of 'sludge' from its sewage and waste-water treatment plant into energy.
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Got a room? Yukon gov't scrambles to house staff for new Whistle Bend care facility

The Whistle Bend continuing care facility, set to open in October, requires about 250 new staff. 'It's a little late in the game to be thinking of where people are going to live,' says union president.

Jonny Sun, Lin-Manuel Miranda collaborating on Twitter-inspired book of personal affirmations

Gmorning, Gnight! will be published by Penguin Random House and is coming out on Oct. 23, 2018.
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Ghislaine Landry overcomes adversity with coach's assistance

Landry is the career points leader in the Women's Rugby Sevens World Series.

Ghislaine Landry overcomes adversity with coach's assistance

Landry is the career points leader in the Women's Rugby Sevens World Series.