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Man faces 23 charges after string of break-ins at Kitchener businesses

​A 32-year-old man is facing more than 20 charges after a string of break and enters at nail salons, restaurants and other businesses in Kitchener.
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The stunning accomplishments of the Jews raise an obvious question. What's with the Jews?

Jews make up 22% of Nobel Prize winners, 33% of Oscar-winning film directors and 40% of the world's chess champions. How do they do it?

Plane in fatal Fond-du-Lac crash wasn't de-iced at airport before takeoff: TSB

The plane which crashed near Fond-du-Lac and killed one person wasn't de-iced at the airport prior to the ill-fated flight, according to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.

Calgary Flames hire Bill Peters as new head coach

The Calgary Flames hired Bill Peters on Monday to take over as head coach. Peters, a native of Three Hills, Alta., resigned as head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes last week and takes over for the departed Glen Gulutzan.
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Timmins police seek information about 4 people following car fire

Timmins police say they are looking for information on four people, but can't confirm they are the victims found in a badly burned vehicle found in a remote area last Friday.
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Kinder Morgan fumbled public relations on Trans Mountain, poll suggests

Nearly 60 per cent of Canadians feel the company behind the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could have done more to earn public support for the project, a national poll says.
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The stunning accomplishments of the Jews raise an obvious question. What's with the Jews?

Jews make up 22% of Nobel Prize winners, 33% of Oscar-winning film directors and 40% of the world's chess champions. How do they do it?

Power struggle pitting electric car owners against condo boards rages on

Condo residents across the province are locked in power struggles with management boards over charging rights for electric vehicles, even though incoming regulations are supposed to simplify the process.

Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge, resplendent in a bright red dress, and husband Prince William emerged from a London hospital hours after Kate gave birth Monday to their third child, a boy, to give onlookers a glimpse of the new royal bundle.
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Calgary police seek tips after hit and run sends pedestrian to hospital

Calgary Police Service has not been able to find the driver, so officers are hoping for tips from the public.

Rick Astley performs 'Never Gonna Give You Up' with 200 people in a Toronto basement & it's awesome

The '80s pop star sings his biggest hit with Toronto's Choir! Choir! Choir! — then challenges Dave Grohl.
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Young goats playing

Young goats playing at the Sjaarda dairy goat farm in Wyoming, Ont. When these goats are old enough to produce milk, it will end up in the hard cheeses sold by Great Lakes Goat Dairy.

Suspect arrested in deadly Waffle House shooting

After a massive manhunt, police in Nashville have arrested Travis Reinking, suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House in the early hours of Sunday.
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Feds are lowballing the size of looming deficits, says budget watchdog

The federal government will rack up deficits that are $8 billion higher than expected over the next two years, according to a new report by Canada's federal budget watchdog.
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Drivers going too fast on your street? Say it in a lawn sign

The city has launched a lawn sign program aimed at getting drivers in residential neighbourhoods to lighten up on the accelerator.
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Backstage Pass: Get used to being recognized everywhere

In this final installment of our behind-the-scenes series, Dennis Andres and Sarah McVie share some recent life experiences in this post-Workin' Moms era.
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Province's Parlee Beach report could be brake on some development, activist suggests

A report on water quality at Parlee Beach has set a valuable baseline for making decisions about development near Shediac Bay, says the head of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.
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Portion of Carp Hills to get extra protection

The City of Ottawa, the federal government and Ducks Unlimited Canada have teamed up with several private donors to purchase 178 hectares of the Carp Hills in the city's west end.
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Driver in custody after Toronto pedestrians hit by white van that fled scene

Toronto police say they have arrested a driver after a white van struck several pedestrians in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area.
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NDP asking MPs to invite Pope Francis to apologize for residential schools

The NDP is hoping MPs from other parties will join them in issuing a formal invitation to Pope Francis to apologize to residential school survivors.
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Vancouver's empty homes tax pulls in $30M

Vancouver's empty homes tax generated $30 million in its first year, Mayor Gregor Robertson announced today.

Ever After Music Festival spends $30K on new tech to thwart noise complaints

New speaker technology will be key to turning down the volume at the Ever After Music Festival in June, according to organizers.
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Residential school survivor separated from siblings

At residential school, Karen Chaboyer was separated from her siblings and would get in trouble if she tried to talk to them.
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"I can wear a tutu, why not? " Meet The Trocks, an all-male, drag ballet company

Filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart reveals the history of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo — the all-male, drag ballet company founded over 40 years ago on the heels of New York's Stonewall riots.
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