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Man charged with threatening store employee: Regina police
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Regina police say a man entered the business on Pasqua Street and threatened an employee with a knife.

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25 people displaced by early morning blaze at Agnes Street apartment
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Twenty-five people were forced out of their homes after an early morning blaze at an apartment building on Agnes Street on Boxing Day. 

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RCMP investigating after body found in RM of Rosedale
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Police are investigating after a body was found in the Rural Municipality of Rosedale on Christmas Eve.

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Alcohol suspected in serious collision between car, motorcycle in Burnaby
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Police say the driver of the motorcycle was taken to hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

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Burning Man organizers sue U.S. government, demand millions in overcharged permit fees
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Black Rock City LLC, the non-profit that produces the annual Burning Man event, filed the lawsuit Dec. 13 in U.S. District Court in Washington.

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Mexico calls increased Bolivian security presence around its diplomats a ‘siege’
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Relations between Bolivia and Mexico have been strained since Mexico granted asylum to former Bolivian President Evo Morales after he resigned Nov. 10.

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‘It doesn’t matter if it’s Christmas’: Hong Kong protesters continue marching
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Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing leaders have made no concessions to the protesters, despite acknowledging their defeat in November’s council elections.

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Pope Francis’ Christmas Day message focuses on calls for peace, defends migrants
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Francis, who has been scorned by populist politicians because of his defense of refugees and migrants, dedicated a section of his address to their plight.

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How new Canadians embrace holiday traditions: ‘Christmas back home was very different’
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From baking Christmas cookies to wanting to give back, new immigrants to Canada are figuring out which holiday traditions to take part in.

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Queen Elizabeth II celebrates Christmas with close members of the royal family
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The royals were greeted by several hundred well-wishers who had gathered outside the church grounds.

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Notre Dame Cathedral still fragile, might not be completely saved: rector
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The 12th-century cathedral was under renovation at the time of the accidental April fire, which destroyed its roof and collapsed its spire.

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Better year ahead for cannabis products, revenue: B.C. solicitor general
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The premier said he’s tasked Solicitor General Mike Farnworth with finding ways to allow B.C.’s skilled producers to shine.

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Beny Masella on strengthening Montreal West, demerged towns and small, consistent wins
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Beny Masella is the mayor of Montreal West and the head of the Association of Suburban Municipalities.

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More than two dozen peace activists kidnapped by the Taliban: Afghan police
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The Taliban today hold sway or control practically half of Afghanistan and are at their strongest since the 2001 U.S.-invasion.

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In a Cold War era letter now on display, JFK promised an 8-year-old girl Santa was safe
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Kennedy’s brief, but reassuring response to Rochon is part of a trove of holiday-themed archival materials being featured this month at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.

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Calgary couple killed in pedestrian crash on Christmas Eve 2018 remembered at intersection 1 year later
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Friends and family of a couple killed on Christmas Eve last year held an emotional memorial at the site of the tragedy in northwest Calgary on Tuesday.

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U.S. attorney general suspends Michigan State investigation into Larry Nassar
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The probe, which began under Nessel’s predecessor, has resulted in charges against three former school officials.

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West Kelowna RCMP investigating alleged incident of stranger offering ride to teen
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Police say the man pulled up to the bus stop where the teen was waiting and asked twice if he needed a ride, with the teen declining both offers.

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Vernon police seeking help in identifying ‘callous, despicable’ purse snatcher
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RCMP say the 72-year-old woman was pushed to the ground from behind and that her purse was stolen by a man who fled eastbound on foot.

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The empty nester’s guide to surviving the holidays
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Author and mother-of-two Susan Gross has tips for parents celebrating their first Christmas with an empty nest.

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Friends of Centennial College students killed by alleged impaired driver reflect
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For international students who live in the Progress Campus residence at Centennial College and are spending the holidays in Toronto, there is no escaping the reminder that two of their residence mates were killed on Sunday.

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Calgary woman calls organ donation her ‘Christmas miracle’
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A Calgary woman who was told she might have to wait up to nine years for a kidney transplant is calling her organ donation a “Christmas miracle.”

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Father of Alberta boy who was subject of Amber Alert faces charges
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The father of an Alberta boy for whom an Amber Alert was issued last week is now formally accused of attacking his son’s mother.

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‘Lethal overwatch’: Public safety minister asks RCMP about Indigenous blockade language
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A spokesman for Bill Blair says they are concerned by a report by British media outlet The Guardian allegedly outlining the RCMP’s strategy to remove the blockade.

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Bruins ride 4-goal 1st period to 7-3 rout of Capitals
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Brad Marchand and Anders Bjork scored 27 seconds apart in a four-goal first period that chased Braden Holtby, and Charlie Coyle added a short-handed goal to help the Boston Bruins beat the Washington Capitals 7-3 on Monday night.

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Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro hospitalized after fall
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Bolsonaro was taken to the armed forces’ hospital in the capital of Brasilia and underwent examinations of his skull that showed no problems, said a statement from the presidency’s communications office.

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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens hit new season heights, dominating Winnipeg Jets 6-2
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For the Canadiens, facing off against the Winnipeg Jets yielded one of the best games of this season, Brian Wilde writes.

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Saint-Henri tenants pushed out to make room for short-term rentals
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A group of Saint-Henri residents is facing eviction, as their homes are being turned into short-term rentals.

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China meets with Japan, South Korea against backdrop of increased North Korean threats
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The trilateral meeting in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu comes amid demands by Pyongyang for sanctions relief by the end of the year and threats that it may take unspecified actions if that relief is not forthcoming.

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Canucks rally in third to topple Edmonton Oilers
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Rookie Quinn Hughes had the game winner.

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Daytime break-and-enter victim urges vigilance
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The victim of a daytime break-and-enter is warning Calgarians to be alert after thieves ransacked her home.

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Fire breaks out at west Edmonton hotel
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About 20 firefighters responded to the Jasper Hotel in west Edmonton on Monday night after someone reported smoke coming from the second floor of the building, according to a spokesperson for Edmonton Fire Rescue Services.

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Winnipeg police lay gun, drug charges against man found hiding on Central Park roof
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A man who tried to hide from police on a roof is back on the ground and facing charges after a drug raid in the Central Park neighbourhood Sunday night.

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22-year Sparta, Ont. business owner loses building to massive blaze, fire chief says
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An early morning fire resulted in roughly $400,000 in damages on Monday, according to Fire Chief Chris McDonough.

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Boil water advisory issued for residents in Fredericton-area battling tire fire
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Residents have been told to not consume their drinking water until assessments have been made to ensure that water is safe to drink.

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Cattle farmers optimistic going into 2020
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Hundreds came out to Saskatoon Livestock Sales final market sale of the year after having a successful cattle season.

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Survive the holidays by maintaining connections with family, friends: mental health advocate
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“The perfect gift for most people is really just connection with other people,” Adam Milne said.

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Man, 26, charged in connection with mother’s death completes mental health assessment
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Ryan Richard Lamontagne is due back in court on Jan. 17, 2020.

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