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Saskatoon’s Blazers and Contacts both ready for Mac’s Hockey Tournament in Calgary
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Both the Saskatoon Blazers and Contacts have been invited to the prestigious Mac’s Tournament in Calgary over the holidays.

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B.C. woman dragged for blocks by van now out of hospital, begins rehab in time for Christmas
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Even more remarkably, friends say Desiree Evancio has started walking, after the family had been told there was a chance she might never walk again.

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Volunteers serve turkey dinners to 1,000 vulnerable Calgarians ahead of Christmas
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Volunteers served over 100 turkeys to more than 1,000 Calgarians who are less fortunate on Sunday.

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2 dead after suspected impaired driver struck three pedestrians: Toronto police
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Police allege the driver of the vehicle was travelling eastbound on Progress Avenue at a high rate of speed.

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Flames score 3 power-play goals in 5-1 win over Stars
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Matthew Tkachuk, Sean Monahan and Mikael Backlund scored power-play goals and the Calgary Flames beat the Dallas Stars 5-1 on Sunday night.

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Hong Kong prepares for protests at malls, harbour front during Christmas holidays
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Protests planned throughout the week include evening demonstrations in five malls on Christmas eve.

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16 inmates dead after outbreak of violence in Honduras prison
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Fights in the Central American country’s overcrowded jails are common as street gangs known as maras compete for control of them.

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Australia’s prime minister defends his government’s climate policy as fires rage
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Morrison made the rounds on several Australian television networks Monday morning in the aftermath of his much criticized family vacation to Hawaii during the wildfires crisis.

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AP source: Ryu, Blue Jays agree to $80 million, 4-year deal
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Free agent pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu and the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to an $80 million, four-year contract, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.

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Police incident prompts closure of Mary Hill Bypass in Port Coquitlam
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Witnesses told Global News there was a heavy police presence on scene, along with other emergency crews.

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The West Block – Episode 16, Season 9
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Watch the full broadcast of The West Block from Sunday, December 22, 2019 with Mercedes Stephenson.

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Kim Jong Un holds meeting to bolster military amid U.S.-North Korea tensions
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The meeting came amid speculation that North Korea could abandon diplomacy with the U.S.

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2 struck in shooting at Osborne restaurant
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Winnipeg police are investigating a shooting early Sunday morning at the Subway restaurant at River Avenue and Osborne Street.

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Man taken to hospital after being struck by vehicle in Parkdale
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Police said officers responded to a call for a pedestrian struck in the area of Queen Street West and Dunn Avenue at 11 a.m.

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Christmas spirit on the rise in Saskatoon with houses, streets lit up
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Christmas spirit is on the rise in Saskatoon as there are roughly 40 listed must-see residential displays set up around the city.

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Superheroes, Muppets and Disney characters get mixed reviews outside Rockefeller Center
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Complaints about aggressive behaviour of the performers prompted the city to passed a law relegating the Times Square characters “activity zones” in 2016.

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Fatal shooting at Red Deer Walmart was random; 2 people facing charges
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According to Red Deer RCMP, the shooting was not targeted, but was the result of an altercation between the victim and one of the suspects.

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Montreal police called to 3 violent crimes, including 23rd homicide of the year
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Montreal police were dispatched to three violent crimes Saturday evening and overnight: a homicide, a stabbing and a shooting.

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69 Canadians to give up holidays at home, head to Australia to battle wildfires
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The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) says a contingent of 21 highly trained staff from a variety of agencies left Canada on Dec. 3, for a 38 day deployment in New South Wales after the centre received an official request for assistance.

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2 women charged after fatal fire in Amherst
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The Amherst Police Department says a 26-year-old man from Moncton died in the fire on East Pleasant Street.

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Calgary police, Alberta RCMP searching for man wanted on domestic offences
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Dallas Donald Curtis, 31, of Claresholm, Alta., is wanted on warrants for three counts of uttering threats and one count of failing to comply with a court order, police said.

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U.S.-North Korea tension looms as leaders from China, Japan, South Korea meet
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Pyongyang has grown increasingly frustrated that its halt of nuclear and long-range missile tests has not ended the crippling economic sanctions against it.

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Edmonton Oilers hold off Habs for 4-3 win
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Riley Sheahan scored the game-winner against Montreal.

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Hutchinson, Maple Leafs beat Red Wings
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The Toronto Maple Leafs finally earned a victory without the services of Frederik Andersen.

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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens fall to the Edmonton Oilers
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For their third road game, against the Edmonton Oilers Saturday night, the Canadiens had one goal: Stop Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. They didn’t.

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Van Riemsdyk, Flyers down Senators 5-4 in shootout victory
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Sean Couturier scored the shootout winner as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Ottawa Senators 5-4 Saturday night.

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Best Boxing Day deals for 2019
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Instead of scrambling to search for the best deals around for Boxing Day deals, Global News has put together an all-encompassing list for you. 

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Reflecting on a decade: Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman
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Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman reflects on the city’s past and discusses its future.

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Plans for Trump’s Senate impeachment trial unclear ahead of holiday break
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Trump is still expected to be acquitted of both charges in the Senate, where Republicans have the majority, in what will be only the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history. Proceedings are expected to begin in January.

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Death toll rises to 17 as India citizenship bill protests continue
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The ongoing backlash against the law marks the strongest show of dissent against the Hindu nationalist government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he was first elected in 2014.

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Trudeau says he won’t let provincial resistance scuttle municipal handgun bans
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In an interview with The Canadian Press, Trudeau also defended his government’s intention to allow handgun prohibition on a city-by-city basis rather than enacting a sweeping federal ban.

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Calgary senior has furnace donated after hers was stolen
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Following a story earlier this week, dozens of individuals and businesses from across Calgary and beyond reached out to Global News, offering to either donate a new furnace or to offer money to help buy a new one. 

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Missing woman last seen in downtown Winnipeg
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Winnipeg police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing woman.

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Police officer justified in shooting man during vehicle takedown in Kelowna: IIO report
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The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. said the subject was hit by two bullets and was arrested after stealing a car while trying to flee from police.

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Edmonton police ID suspect who allegedly posed as maintenance worker to steal from seniors
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Warrants have been issued for the arrest of Raed Ahmad El Harati, 38, of Edmonton.

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Director of Toronto neurology clinic facing sexual assault charges, police say
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Police allege the incidents involved patients at the Wasser Pain Management Clinic between 2002 and 2016.

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‘Friendly at best’: Phillip Levac testifies, describes professional relationship with teen
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Levac said the girl originally approached him to help her move a weight bench. After a few conversations, he said the teen asked him to help her train.

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Airlines want new rules about compensating passengers suspended, pending court appeal
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The Air Passenger Protection Regulations set out minimum standards for all carriers to follow and requirements to help the public understand their rights.

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