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Red Cross to open 2nd shelter in Winnipeg during storm state of emergency

Hundreds of people are seeking shelter in Winnipeg after being evacuated from First Nations communities as Manitoba reels from a snowstorm that has left tens of thousands without power at a time, and forced the province and city to declare states of emergency.

'Definite uptick': Global wave of ransomware attacks hitting Canadian organizations

A Toronto dental clinic has become one of the latest targets in a series of ransomware attacks hitting Canadian networks, particularly in the health-care field. One hacker told CBC that unlocking those files would cost about $165,000.

Trudeau deflects minority scenario questions as NDP enjoys bump in polls

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau today deflected questions about the prospects for future alliances in a minority Parliament, arguing a “progressive opposition” won’t be enough to stop the Conservatives from making cuts.

Cheating B.C. husband sues paramour for ring after wife learns of affair

A generous, but unfaithful, B.C. man has lost his bid to reclaim the cost of a diamond ring he bought his paramour for Christmas.

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