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Hamilton home prices have skyrocketed 70% in the past 5 years: report

The price increase in the Hamilton-Burlington market — where homes have an average price tag of $581,900 — is the fourth highest in Canada, the report says, but the jump was even greater in Niagara Region.
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How to keep calm and jingle on

Crystal McKellar, a mental health worker at CMHA London, shares tips on keeping the stress at bay over the holidays.
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Noah Manning - World Record

Teenage power-lifter Noah Manning recently dead-lifted more than three times his body weight at a competition in Souris. Turns out it was a world record.
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Former Winnipeg pediatrician found not guilty of incest, indecent assault

Victor Chernick has been found not guilty of charges of incest, indecent assault, buggery and two counts of gross indecency.
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Spreading The Holiday Spirit

We hear how Sue Pitre is sharing her joy and love of the holidays with customers at the Walmart store in Charlottetown.
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Who's naughty and who's nice?

We asked the stars of Kim's Convenience, Workin' Moms, Schitt's Creek, Little Dog & Cavendish who they think is getting coal this Christmas.
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Ontario Morning - Tuesday December 18, 2018 - Part 3

Former provincial Finance Minister Janet Ecker talks about the decision-making process on budget cuts; Barrie school one of the finalists in the CBC's Canadian Music Class Challenge.
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B.C.'s housing market entering a 'mild recession,' new forecast report finds

British Columbia's housing market is in the middle of a mild recession and that's not expected to change any time soon, according to a new housing forecast report.
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P.E.I. powerlifter sets world record

It took a few weeks to confirm it, but P.E.I. powerlifter Noah Manning is now a world record holder.
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Cole Harbour man facing 24 charges in human trafficking case

A 21-year-old man from Cole Harbour, N.S., is facing a number of charges related to human trafficking after a 17-year-old girl went to police.

Scandal, psychopathy & silence: Out in the Open's 5 most popular stories of 2018

We've compiled a list of the Out in the Open stories you've engaged with most throughout the year.
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Ontario Morning - Tuesday December 18, 2018 - Part 2

Emergency session at the legislature to deal with impending strike at O.P.G. and the continuing controversy over the O.P.P.; A brief history of the Pembroke Lumber Kings hockey team; Provincially ordered policy on free speech at Ontario colleges and universities; How facing disappointment can help kids to grow emotionally.
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From designer controversies to the return of bike shorts: 2018's biggest fashion stories

Our fashion columnist Mosha Lundström Halbert recaps the fashion stories, controversies and trends that made headlines in 2018.
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Ontario Morning - Tuesday December 18, 2018 - Part 1

Reaction to province ending funding to college of midwives; Controversy over choclate milk: valuable nutrition for kids or just more junk food; Business digest with Megan Read; Update on Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U-S election.
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Man charged with uttering threats during Santa Claus parade

A Neguac man is facing several charges after allegedly causing a scene at a local Santa Claus parade.
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PlayME NOW: Iceland by Nicolas Billon

In the midst of a severe stock market correction, PlayME revisits Iceland by Nicolas Billon. Set against the backdrop of the 2008 banking crisis, Iceland unearths greed, selfishness, and other ugly human impulses that help fuel the fires of raging capitalism.
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General Dynamics warns Canada: Cancelling Saudi deal would cost billions

General Dynamics Corp on Monday put pressure on Ottawa over the sale of armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia, warning that the federal government would incur "billions of dollars of liability" by unilaterally scrapping the deal.

Why Ottawa can't spend its way out of the homelessness crisis

Overcrowded shelters. Families living in budget motels. People sleeping in the cold. This is Ottawa's growing reality, and it seems there's no spending our way out it.
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New air passenger bill flawed, but at least it's a step, CAA Atlantic says

The federal government has proposed regulations to protect air travellers, but they are still lacking — particularly when it comes to using mechanical issues as an excuse for a plane not leaving on time, CAA Atlantic says.
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Sudbury students going 'all out' to bring Christmas cheer to 117 seniors

An idea to bring Christmas cheer to five Sudbury seniors has expanded to a class helping 117 seniors.

Shooting sends 1 to hospital in northwest Calgary

A man is in hospital after a shooting Monday night in northwest Calgary. Police were called to Panamount View N.W., in the Panorama Hills neighbourhood, around 10:45 p.m. The victim was found suffering gunshot wounds and was taken to hospital.
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Saskatoon protesters storm Liberal fundraiser over Canada Post back-to-work legislation

Protesters crashed a federal Liberal Party fundraiser in Saskatoon Monday night, singing carols and reading speeches in support of Canada Post workers.

New rules mean every driver must provide breath sample at Calgary checkstops

Starting today, every person who drives through a checkstop in Calgary will be required to give a breath sample. It's part of tough new drinking and driving rules that come into effect across the country on Dec. 18 called mandatory alcohol screening.
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