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Snow expected for Barrie area on Wednesday: Environment Canada
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Residents in the Barrie, Collingwood and Orillia areas could see the first snowfall of the year on Wednesday.

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Kingston Voyageurs prepare for division foes
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Newcomer Brendan D’Agostino ignites the Kingston Voyageurs offence.

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With Quinte Humane Society shelter at double capacity, officials call for adoptions
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With its shelter at almost double its capacity, the Quinte Humane Society is calling on the public to adopt cats.

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Audio released of conversation between cops and man accused in 2016 killing of Japanese student
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An audio recording of a conversation between police and the accused in the murder of Japanese student Natsumi Kogawa has been released.

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Camping for cannabis
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With just one more sleep until recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada, some people just can’t wait.  One excited person has set up camp in front of the Delta 9 store on Dakota Street to make sure to be one of the first in the province to purchase some pot.   While Delta 9 will start…

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Nurse strikes in overtime, McDavid sets new record as Edmonton Oilers win over Jets in OT
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The Oilers stormed back in the third period and beat the Jets in overtime on Tuesday night.

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Red Deer ready to wrangle new visitors with city set to host Canadian Finals Rodeo for 1st time
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The Canadian Finals Rodeo gets underway in exactly two weeks and while the event has 45 years of tradition behind it, the 2018 edition will usher in a new era as Red Deer hosts the rodeo for the first time in its history.

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Canada’s first legal purchase of cannabis made in Newfoundland and Labrador
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One of the first customers to buy legal recreational cannabis in Canada says he has no intention of smoking, vaping or otherwise consuming the gram of weed he bought at a store in St. John’s. Ian Power, who was first in line at one of several stores in the country’s easternmost province that opened just…

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Vancouver police search for missing man with dementia, Golden Retriever
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He has dementia and is unlikely to ask for help

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Winnipeg Jets waste 3-goal lead in overtime loss to Edmonton Oilers
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The Edmonton Oilers scored three times in the third period and again in overtime to beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 on Tuesday at Bell MTS Place.

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Calgarians raise concerns at 1st of 6 Olympic bid open houses
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People looked for more information about benefits, cost sharing and infrastructure upgrades that come with a potential bid.

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Waterloo sees record numbers vote early ahead of municipal election
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A record number of voters cast their ballots in the city of Waterloo ahead of the Oct. 22 election.

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Trump calls Elizabeth Warren ‘total fraud,’ offers to give DNA test himself
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U.S. President Donald Trump is lashing out at Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren after she released the results of her DNA test results.

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Man in custody after altercation at Georgian Mall sends teen to hospital
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Police say one man is in custody and another is in hospital following a stabbing in Barrie.

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Bryan Adams’ ‘smog shadow’ looms large over New Delhi concertgoers
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‘In this photo, if you look carefully you can see my shadow silhouetted in the dust and smoke of the venue over the audience,’ Bryan Adams writes in the caption.

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Doug Ford’s plan to scrap cap and trade will mean $3 billion in lost revenue, FAO report says
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The Financial Accountability Office says in a report released today that the loss of revenue is greater than the savings achieved by cutting spending associated with the program, and will worsen Ontario’s budget position.

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Piers Morgan shames ‘emasculated’ Daniel Craig for carrying daughter in ‘papoose,’ dads fire back
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On Monday, the breakfast talk show host tweeted a photo of the James Bond star carrying his daughter in what Morgan referred to as a “papoose.”

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Scott Thompson: Why do some want to spend legacy LRT money on maintenance issues?
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Why do some want to spend government money that has already been designated for the Hamilton LRT on maintenance issues?

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Halifax rolls out more designated smoking areas ahead of cannabis legalization
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There are several locations on the Halifax peninsula. Downtown has experienced a growth of the areas — with at least four cropping up on Argyle Street. 

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Kelowna house fire
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Kelowna fire fighters dealt with a house fire in Kelowna’s Upper-Mission Monday night.

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‘Certain evidence’ of Jamal Khashoggi’s killing found at Saudi consulate: Turkish official
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Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan also said that some materials in the consulate appeared to be painted over.

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Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump dismissed because of the 1st amendment
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“If this Court were to prevent Mr. Trump from engaging in this type of ‘rhetorical hyperbole’ against a political adversary, it would significantly hamper the office of the President,” the judge wrote.

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What will pot legalization look like in B.C.? Washington state may offer some answers
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One reason for the state’s apparent success appears to be the policy of local control, which allows towns that don’t want pot businesses to enact moratoriums.

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Man in life-threatening condition after southeast Calgary stabbing
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Officers responded to the scene at 1 Street S.E. and 9 Street S.E. shortly after 5 p.m.

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Coalition Avenir Québec wins Ungava riding in recount
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The Coalition Avenir Québec will hang on to the riding of Ungava.

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Robert Durst of ‘The Jinx’ struck fear in his wife before she disappeared in the ’80s: witness
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“She said that there were problems in her marriage and that things had escalated to the point she felt unsafe,” said a witness.

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Facebook removes more accounts linked to military propaganda in Myanmar
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The company said it removed 13 pages and 10 accounts that reached up to 1.35-million people, saying they discovered they were linked to Myanmar’s military.

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Baby in the house: Energy Minister Michelle Mungall brings her baby into B.C. Legislature
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Energy Minister Michelle Mungall brought her nearly three month old baby Zavier on to the chamber floor for the first time.

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Thousands of B.C. children waiting for autism assessment
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An estimated 60,000 British Columbians live with autism, a number that is sure to grow. Global News has accessed shocking new data from the health ministry, which shows a huge increase in the number of children waiting to get assessed for autism. In 2013-14, 1,719 kids were waiting. Last year, there were more than 2,000….

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Australia is considering moving its embassy to Jerusalem
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“Australia should be open-minded to [moving the embassy] and I am open-minded to [it] and our government is open-minded to [it],” Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters.

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Tweed man charged with impaired driving of company vehicle
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OPP say an investigation later revealed its owner was the one involved in the collision – the vehicle was a dump truck filled with gravel.

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A strike has been averted for Loblaw workers
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Loblaws Union announced a ratified five-year collective agreement with their Manitoba employees on Oct 14.

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Bill Kelly: Don’t expect much reform from a new Hamilton city council
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There are some veteran councillors who still make significant contributions to our community, but even for them, radical changes like term limits or electoral reform are non-starters.

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Father, 11-month-old son reported missing in Burlington
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Police said they were last seen around 4:35 a.m. and are believed to travelling in a grey 2007 Acura RDX with the licence plate number CDPF 919.

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Hikers rescued in West Vancouver
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Lions Bay SAR reported the hikers were rescued safely shortly after 11 p.m..

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Former Colorado governor says biggest benefit to recreational marijuana is tax revenue surge
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“There are some things about marijuana that should make us pause for concern. First of all it is far more potent than when my generation was in high school.”

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‘Enough is enough’ when it comes to fatal shootings: Surrey resident
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“It’s just going crazy it’s just stupid if you ask me.”

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Jury selection begins in Oland murder retrial
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It’s expected that more than a thousand prospective jurors will be called to a sports arena in Saint John, N.B., where the process of choosing a jury will begin.

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