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Adding police officers to downtown Galt didn't decrease calls, police say

Waterloo Regional Police Service Chief Bryan Larkin says a pilot program that saw increased police presence in Galt won't continue.

Police, NLC raid cannabis shop in downtown St. John's

Police officers and inspectors with the Newfoundland Liquor Corp. raided an alleged unlicensed cannabis store in St. John's Thursday, just one day after legal recreational marijuana sales came into effect.

Edmonton Girl Guide sells out of cookies in cannabis store lineup

Munchies for the masses: Girl Guide sells out of cookies in cannabis store lineup in less than 45 minutes. She made $120.

Brazen vandals chainsaw 3 Port Coquitlam hydro poles

4,500 Hydro customers lose power for four hours after poles cut in Gates Park

Hockey Night in Canada podcast: Don Koharski & the 'infamous' donut incident

Referees take centre ice this week on the HNIC Podcast.

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Meet the key cabinet ministers in the new Coalition Avenir Québec government

Who's in charge of Quebec's schools? Who is tasked with cutting down on emergency room wait times? We've got the breakdown on the key cabinet posts here.
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Queen's Marque project to use water from Halifax harbour for heating, cooling

The $200-million complex will use a heat pump system with pipes that extend into the harbour.
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New Lowe's bringing 75 full-time jobs to Windsor, 80 seasonal hires

A Lowe's is replacing what used to be a Rona in the city's east end and will bring 75 permanent full-time jobs.

An economical breakdown of Canada's cannabis legalization

Jennifer Lee from Deloitte analyzes the economical impact of cannabis legalization in Canada.

It would've been 'horrifying': Scientists reveal the fierce T.rex hunted in packs

We used to think that T. rex was a solo hunter that came together only to mate
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Scheer on Jihadi Jack and his dad

Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer responds to John Letts

Canadian Sports Hall of Fame welcomes 8 of country's best

Olympic gold medallist Chandra Crawford was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Thursday, joined by Alexandre Despatie, Damon Allen, Dave Keon, Jeff Adams, the late Mary Baker, Dr. Sandra Kirby and Wilton Littlechild.
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Mathieu Lacombe named minister responsible for Outaouais

Coalition Avenir Québec​ MNA Mathieu Lacombe has been named minister for families and minister responsible for the Outaouais.
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Customer traffic still heavy at Nova Scotia marijuana outlets

Business continued to boom at cannabis outlets throughout Nova Scotia on Thursday, the second day of nationwide legalization.
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Secure unit would have saved dementia patient killed in traffic: fatality report

A dementia patient who was run over in the street after he wandered away from the Royal Alexandra Hospital in 2015 should have been protected on a secure unit, a fatality inquiry has found.

'Heroes and villians': Bestselling author speaks on impact of science Thursday in Thunder Bay

New York Times bestselling author Sam Kean will be in Thunder Bay, Ont., Thursday to share stories of the scientific heroes and villains who have changed the course of human history.

U.S. opens investigation into child sexual abuse in Pennsylvania

The U.S. Justice Department has opened an investigation of child sexual abuse inside the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, using subpoenas to demand confidential files and testimony from church leaders, according to two people familiar with the probe.
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Speaker clears Horwath of Tory MPP's pushing allegation

House Speaker Ted Arnott has ruled there's not enough evidence to support Donna Skelly's claim Andrea Howath pushed her in the legislature.
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François Legault promises to govern for 'all Quebecers'

"Today, we're not just forming a CAQ government. We are forming a government for all Quebecers," said Premier François Legault.
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Young activist stands against violence with Moose Hide Campaign

CBC News asked Ottawa high school student Daxton Rhead for this thoughts on the Moose Hide Campaign and what it means to be a non-Indigenous advocate for the cause.
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Nunavut's chief medical officer 'no longer employed with the government'

The government of Nunavut is giving few details on why Dr. Kim Barker, former chief medical officer of health, is no longer in that position.
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Missing man, 56, last seen in West End: Winnipeg police

Peter Wasyliw was last seen in the first week of October.
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P.E.I. Potato Board uses seed farm to bring new varieties to fields

The P.E.I. Potato Board is using its seed farm in Fox Island, P.E.I., to get new varieties into Island fields quickly and safely.
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Where the (he)art is: For this PEI artist, it took coming home to find her true calling

Megan Stewart had to get some distance to find out that she could create the art scene she was looking for — at home.