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2 Toronto-area men nabbed on drug charges in downtown Guelph: police

Global News - 19 min 20 sec ago
Two men from the Toronto area will appear in a Guelph courtroom in relation to drug trafficking charges. Cocaine and fentanyl among other items were seized on Thursday.
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Cavendish extension left out of master plan for Hippodrome-Namur

Montreal Gazette - 32 min 22 sec ago
The extension of Cavendish Blvd. is not seen as a priority for the redevelopment of the Namur-Hippodrome sector. Read More
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Woolwich man charged in historical sex assault case is local music director

Global News - 33 min 38 sec ago
A man who is involved in the Waterloo Region music scene has been charged in connection with a historic sexual assault, according to Waterloo regional police.
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Olympics 2024: Track and field criticized for move to pay Paris gold medalists

Global News - 36 min 21 sec ago
Last week's move by the track body and its president Sebastian Coe broke with tradition because the International Olympic Committee does not pay prize money.
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Brian Wilde on Canadiens missing the playoffs, team’s rebuild and attracting stars

Global News - 38 min 55 sec ago
Hockey analyst Brian Wilde joined 'Global News Morning' host Laura Casella on Friday morning for one last Call of the Wilde segment for the Montreal Canadiens season.
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Effluent spill at Quesnel, B.C. factory poses no ‘acute risk’: Environment Ministry

Global News - 42 min ago
British Columbia's Environment Ministry says a 2.5-million-litre effluent spill from a fibreboard factory in Quesnel doesn't pose any immediate risk to public safety.
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Peterborough man arrested twice in same week for thefts from vehicles

Global News - 53 min 48 sec ago
Police say a man arrested on Thursday night for vehicle break-ins was the same individual who was arrested a day earlier for multiple vehicle break-ins and thefts from vehicles.
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Stanley Cup playoffs: Who to watch and what to expect

Global News - 1 hour 4 min ago
The chase for the Stanley Cup is back underway, with the NHL's top 16 teams left to duke it out through four gruelling rounds.
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Fishing vessel with crane, net arrives in Zeballos for orca calf rescue

Global News - 1 hour 6 min ago
A large seine fishing vessel capable of casting a net strong enough to hold a nearly 700-kilogram killer whale calf has arrived in Zeballos, B.C.
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Since Roe fell, U.S. emergency care refusals for pregnant women have spiked

Global News - 1 hour 9 min ago
Complaints that pregnant women were turned away from U.S. emergency rooms spiked in 2022 after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, federal documents show.
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Joly says Canada is monitoring escalating Iran-Israel tensions ‘closely’

Global News - 1 hour 17 min ago
The G7 foreign ministers say they are supporting Israel's right to defend itself following reports of a suspected Israeli drone attack at an Iranian military base.
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Judge orders shared custody of pet dog under new B.C. law

CBC Canadian News - 2 hours 33 min ago

A golden retriever named Stella is now part of legal history in B.C. after an upper court decision based on new laws recognizing pets as family members, not just property.

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Shuswap residents brace for wildfire season amid investigation

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 33 min ago

Concerns linger over B.C. Wildfire Service's planned ignition before wildfire spread and burned 170 homes during the 2023 wildfire season. A Forest Practices Board investigation into the planned ignition is ongoing, as residents prepare for another wildfire season.

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McGill University teaching assistants end month-long strike

Montreal Gazette - 3 hours 35 min ago
McGill University's 1,600 teaching assistants voted Thursday night to accept an agreement in principle with management, ending a month-long strike. Read More
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Manufacturers upset that Quebec to follow Ottawa on capital gains inclusion hike

Montreal Gazette - 3 hours 48 min ago
A decision by Quebec to follow Ottawa's lead and increase its capital gains inclusion rate is drawing fire from the province's manufacturing sector. Read More
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Bitcoin’s next 'halving' will happen soon. Here's what you need to know

Montreal Gazette - 4 hours 1 min ago
NEW YORK — Sometime in the next few days or even hours, the "miners" who chisel bitcoins out of complex mathematics are going to take a 50% pay cut — effectively slicing new production of the world's largest cryptocurrency in half. Read More
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Montreal weather: It's a short drive to the weekend

Montreal Gazette - 4 hours 4 min ago
A drizzly Friday will give way to sunshine through the weekend. For the first time in a while, temperatures will be a little below the historical average, which is around 12 C for April 19-22. Read More
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If Congress passes funding, this is how the U.S. could rush weapons to Ukraine for its war with Russia

Montreal Gazette - 4 hours 9 min ago
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon could get weapons moving to Ukraine within days if Congress passes a long-delayed aid bill. That's because it has a network of storage sites in the U.S. and Europe that already hold the ammunition and air defense components that Kyiv desperately needs. Read More
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Indians vote in the first phase of the world's largest election as Modi seeks a third term

Montreal Gazette - 4 hours 22 min ago
NEW DELHI — Millions of Indians began voting Friday in a six-week election that's a referendum on Narendra Modi, the populist prime minister who has championed an assertive brand of Hindu nationalist politics and is seeking a rare third term as the country's leader. Read More
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