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Halifax officials urge residents to be aware of ice thickness on lakes, ponds
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Temperatures are expected to climb over the coming days, which will have a direct impact on ice thickness, the municipality says.

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RCMP looking for 4 youths involved in armed assault in Cole Harbour, N.S.
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Police said the victim, a 49-year-old man suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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Saskatchewan microdistilleries focus on homegrown recipes for spirits
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In the last nine years, 15 microdistilleries have opened in Saskatchewan. They produced nearly 501,000 litres of spirits last year, says the SLGA.

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A perfect match: Husband donates kidney to wife of 51 years
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“All these years, all these years living with my match,” Peggy Nipper said of her husband after finding out he was a match for a kidney transplant.

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Power outages in North Okanagan, Shuswap due to severe weather
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The severe weather outages are affecting many residents in the North Okanagan and Shuswap.

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Y2K 20-20: How a New Year’s mass scare became an embarrassing joke
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Y2K was supposed to bring a technology apocalypse caused by a silly bug with digital calendars. It ended up being nothing but a costly punchline.

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GOP Sen. Susan Collins says she’s open to calling witnesses at impeachment trial
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Collins also said it was inappropriate for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican, to pledge “total coordination” between the White House and the Senate during the impeachment trial.

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Who is the best PM of the 20th century? Depends on where you live in Canada, poll finds
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There appears to be a regional divide in how fondly Canadians view prime ministers past.

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3 feared dead as raging Australia wildfires force thousands to flee to beaches
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Australia has been battling huge bushfires, mostly across its east coast, for several weeks.

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OHL Roundup: Monday, December 30, 2019
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SAGINAW, Mich. – Ethan Cardwell scored twice in the third period — including the go-ahead goal at 17:53 — as the Saginaw Spirit extended their win streak with a 3-1 victory against the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Monday in Ontario Hockey League action.

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Calgary-area police hoping to return stolen superhero comics to ‘a child out there’
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A police officer who was the victim of a break-in when he was “a little guy” wants to find the owner of some comics, saying he believes they would “really like to have these back.”

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Malkin scores twice, Guentzel injured as Pens beat Senators
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Evgeni Malkin’s goal in the first minute sparked the Pittsburgh Penguins to a victory that ended with distressing thud.

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Huawei says sales rose 18% in the last year despite U.S. pressure, restrictions
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The estimate came in an annual New Year’s message to employees from chairman Eric Xu. The letter predicted 2020 would be a difficult year, saying the American pressure creates a challenging environment for Huawei to survive and thrive.

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Manitoba cold exposure deaths putting winter safety at the forefront
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On Saturday, Manitoba RCMP responded to two deaths from cold exposure.

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British Columbia’s Jewish community rallies in wake of anti-Semitic New York knife attack
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“We should all understand that symbols matter, you know, especially when they represent the hatred that fuelled the loss of the lives of millions of innocent men, women and children.”

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Kelowna’s Welcome Inn shelter hosts open house
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Kelowna’s newest shelter is expected to open to 20 people in need of a place to sleep on Jan. 1.

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Health Canada issues recall for kids’ outerwear over possible strangulation hazard
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Consumers with the product should immediately remove the drawstring from the hoodie or sweatshirt, according to Health Canada.

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New Brunswick premier hopeful for development of small nuclear reactors
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New Brunswick signed a memorandum Ontario and Saskatchewan to collaborate on the development of small modular reactors.

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Bumble restores Sharon Stone’s dating profile after she was blocked
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The 61-year-old celebrity and sex symbol had her account shut down after Bumble users believed it was fake.

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Divers recover body of missing snowmobiler from Newfoundland pond
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Search efforts began Saturday and resumed on Sunday, when the man’s body was found.

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North Dakota’s ‘wettest’ winter in 100 years has Red River Valley flood watchers on edge
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While a flood in North Dakota or Minnesota doesn’t guarantee a flood in Manitoba, it is a large risk factor for flooding on the Canadian side of the Red River Valley.

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Fire breaks out at Edson Honda dealership west of Edmonton
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For the second time in under a month, an early morning fire has broken out at a vehicle dealership in the town west of Edmonton.

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Sask. premier wants to grow provincial independence after year of western alienation
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Premier Scott Moe and Opposition Leader Ryan Meili reflect on western alienation and how Saskatchewan moves forward with federal frustrations.

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Compulsory microchipping, sterilization deadline looms for Montreal pet owners
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Dog and cat owners in Montreal and Laval must microchip and sterilize their animal companions by Jan. 1, 2020.

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Hamilton transit workers ratify collective agreement with city, union says
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The city and the union avoided potential job action after reaching a deal on Dec. 18. Union members voted to ratify the deal on Friday night.

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Justin Bieber posts rant about Tim Hortons cup lids
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“It shouldn’t be plastic find a way to be recyclable let’s change the world 1 lid at a time,” Justin Bieber said of the coffee chain’s new cup lids.

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Man shot during home invasion: Saskatoon police
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Police say several people were bear sprayed and a man was shot during a home invasion in Saskatoon.

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Defending champ Blues beat Jets 4-1 for 8th straight victory
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Jaden Schwartz scored twice and Jordan Binnington made 25 saves to help the St. Louis Blues beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-1 on Sunday for their season-best eighth straight victory.

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Fort McMurray travel company accused of cancelling flights on customers
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Multiple Fort McMurray residents are saying they are out thousands of dollars after booking vacations through a local travel agency called International Travel Services. 

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Impaired driving critics say ridesharing could have prevented fatal Vancouver crash
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With ridesharing still not in B.C. after Christmas, critics say there are still too few options for people to get a safe ride home.

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Kelowna Art Gallery hosts exhibit showcasing historical Indigenous performers
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Sovereign Acts features eight contemporary Indigenous artists showcasing works relating to T.V. shows and movies.

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North Korea to prepare ‘offensive measures’ to protect country’s security
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is expected to announce major policy changes during his New Year’s address on Wednesday.

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OHL Roundup: Sunday, December 29, 2019
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Marco Rossi had his second hat trick of the season to help the 67’s to their 13th straight victory with a 6-1 rout over the Peterbrough Petes on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action.

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Hamilton Bulldogs battle back from early 3-0 deficit but rally falls short in Guelph
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The Guelph Storm blew an early 3-0 lead but still pulled off a 4-3 win over the visiting Hamilton Bulldogs.

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Rick Zamperin: Miami Dolphins the latest example of why sports is the ultimate reality TV
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The Miami Dolphins’ last minute game-winning touchdown on Sunday against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots proved just how unpredictable sports can be.

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‘Micro-cheating’ and declining monogamy: Dating trends for 2020
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Unfortunately, ghosting won’t go away, in fact, some experts say it will evolve.

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Ukraine, eastern rebels swap prisoners in attempt to end 5-year-long war
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The move was part of an agreement brokered earlier this month at a summit of the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France.

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Multiple vehicles struck by speeding truck on Stoney Trail, police investigating
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Police said officers had to force the suspect truck off the road themselves, and the driver was arrested.

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