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Saturday , October 24 2020

High-risk sex offender with convictions for child porn, assault, to live in Vancouver

Vancouver police are warning the public about a high-risk sex offender that is being released into the city once again. Trevor Leonard Smith, 46, is a federal offender with a high risk of “relationship and sexual violence — particularly against children,” according to police. READ MORE: Trevor Leonard Smith, high-risk sex …

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Environment Canada has issued a frost advisory for Toronto

Environment Canada has issued a frost advisory for Toronto tonight. As the Thanksgiving long weekend continues, expect temperatures to drop on Monday night. According to the advisory, issued earlier on Monday morning, frost may damage some crops in frost-prone areas. “Temperatures are expected to drop to near the freezing mark overnight …

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Greta Thunberg Is Being Told On Twitter She’s “Not Welcome” In Alberta

Greta Thunberg will visit Alberta, according to a tweet from the teenage climate activist. Thunberg has visited Canada already, having attended the Climate March in Montreal on September 27. By heading to Alberta, Thunberg will be stepping foot into the heart of Canada’s oil industry. “Heading north again. Now follows …

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Toronto is one of the least happy cities in Canada: report

It’s no surprise that Torontonians love to complain about the TTC, the seemingly never-ending construction, and the temperamental weather. But it appears that Torontonians’ frustrations are so significant, the city is actually being recognized as one of the least happy cities in the country, according to a new report. The …

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The cleanup begins: Power slowly being restored, Manitobans begin to dig out after record-breaking snowstorm

It was a record-breaker. A total of 150,000 Manitoba homes and businesses lost power at some point Friday as a Colorado low slammed into the province – the most ever to lose power in Manitoba in one day, said Manitoba Hydro’s Bruce Owen. “This is unprecedented, what we’re dealing with, …

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Plane gets stuck on taxiway at Winnipeg airport

In the midst of a massive Manitoba snowstorm, a plane arriving in Winnipeg didn’t quite make it to its final destination. The airport confirmed a WestJet flight from Toronto went off the edge of the taxiway and got stuck Friday night. “We came from Toronto, it was sunny out there. …

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Manitoba is getting pummeled by an early winter snowstorm (PHOTOS)

Despite it being early October, many parts of Canada are seeing a flurry of winter conditions — the worst of which are in Manitoba. Calgary has already seen its fair share of snowfall and Vancouver managed to break several weather records for its cold temperatures this week, one of which was 103-years-old. Now, …

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Parents, teachers across Toronto take part in ‘walk-in’ rallies to protest education cuts

Walk-in’ demonstrations were held across Ontario this morning to protest the province’s cuts to education. Parents, students, and education workers in Toronto joined rallies at various locations across the city, including one protest outside Broadview Station. Holding signs condemning the Ford government’s cuts, participants trekked from the subway station to …

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Woman drove herself to hospital after being stabbed outside Vaughan Costco: police

A 31-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after a woman was stabbed multiple times outside a Vaughan Costco early on Friday morning. Domestic violence investigators with York Regional Police say that officers were called to the Costco at 55 New Huntington Road, just north of Highways 7 and …

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Prosecutors: Linda O’Leary won’t face jail time if convicted in deadly boat crash

The Public Prosecution Service of Canada has confirmed that $10,000 is the maximum penalty Linda O’Leary could face in connection with a deadly boat crash last summer. Last month, O’Leary, the wife of celebrity businessman Kevin O’Leary, was charged with careless operation of a vessel under the Canada Shipping Act …

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