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The Weather Network – Fiona makes landfall in Nova Scotia, historic storm far from over

Fiona made landfall over eastern Guysborough County, NS, early Saturday morning, with maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h and a minimum pressure of 932 millibars, Possibly becoming the deepest low-pressure system ever recorded on Canadian soil. While the center of the storm is over land now, the worst is far from over. IMPACTS: Hundreds of …

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Group linked to ‘Freedom Convoy’ ordered evicted from Ottawa heritage building – Canada News

Group ordered effected The Canadian Press – Sep 23, 2022 / 5:51 pm | Story: 386859 Photo: The Canadian Press Protesters from The United People of Canada (TUPOC) organization, left, argues with a local resident, left, at the St. Brigid’s church in the Lowertown neighborhood of Ottawa, Friday, Sept. 23, 2022. A Superior Court Justice …

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Vancouver police say 88,000 calls to non-emergency line abandoned in 2021 – BC News

Photo: Vancouver is Awesome File photo Dan Toulgoet Vancouver police say more than 88,000 calls from citizens to the non-emergency line in 2021 were abandoned — often after lengthy delays — before they could be answered by the dispatch service contracted to take the calls. A police staff report that went before the Vancouver Police …

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Alberta government unveils how it plans to divest social housing properties

The provincial government plans to transfer or sell most of the affordable housing properties owned and managed by the Alberta Social Housing Corporation over the next decade. On Friday, the seniors and housing ministry unveiled the Affordable Housing Management Framework, the strategy that will be used to determine whether the Alberta government keeps a property, …

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RCMP arrest 32 shoplifters at Pine Center Mall in Prince George – BC News

RCMP nab 32 shoplifters Arthur Williams / Prince George Citizen – Sep 23, 2022 / 9:15 pm | Story: 386893 Photo: Contributed The Prince George RCMP Downtown Safety Unit partnered with Pine Center Mall security for a “Boost and Bust” operation to catch prolific shoplifters. Prince George RCMP Downtown Safety Unit partnered with Pine Center …

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Woman arrested at BC hospital was being denied access to her newborn

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Advocate says that from the woman’s perspective, the hospital was holding her child hostage John Roberts with VPD’s tactical training center holds a beanbag round (left) and the shotgun round from which it is fired (right). Photo by Francis Georgian /PNG Article content A woman who held an “edged weapon” …

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Nova Scotia Power expects lengthy outputs from Hurricane Fiona

Thousands of Nova Scotians lost power on Friday night amid high winds and rain as Hurricane Fiona approached and officials warned that the lights, for some, might stay out for a long time. Fiona could be “a Dorian-level event,” Nova Scotia Power storm lead Matt Drover told reporters earlier in the day, referring to the …

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Homicide unit investigating after female found dead in Vaughan house fire

York Regional Police have launched a homicide investigation after one person was found dead in a house fire in Vaughan on Friday evening. Police were called to the area of ​​Parktree Drive and Lucena Crescent at around 7:45 pm to assist Vaughan Fire crews as they battled the fire. Crews located an unresponsive female inside …

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Indian international students warn of hate crimes in Canada, but Sikh group says it’s political

Students walking in a hallway between two buildings at Sheridan College’s Davis Campus in Brampton, Ont., on Sept. 29, 2021.Fred Lum/the Globe and Mail Indian students in Canada are being warned to be vigilant in the face of what the Indian government calls a rising threat of hate crimes, sectarian violence and “anti-India activities.” But …

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