Joaquin Phoenix from ‘Joker’ makes stop at Toronto’s subway to advocate animal rights advertising

Joaquin Phoenix from ‘Joker’ makes stop at Toronto’s subway to advocate animal rights advertising

"Joker" star Joaquin Phoenix stunned Toronto subway passengers with a surprise visit that momentarily clogged a downtown station's platform and stairwells. The movie star made the afternoon appearance just before rush hour traffic to view an under...
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Koe looks to repeat at Tim Hortons Brier

Koe looks to repeat at Tim Hortons Brier

Canada skip Kevin Koe returns as the defending champion at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston, Ont. Other headliners at the national men's curling championship include Northern Ontario's Brad Jacobs, Alberta's Brendan Bottcher and Ontario's John Ep...
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Conservatives decry financial impacts of rail blockades

Conservatives decry financial impacts of rail blockades

Conservative MPs raised concerns Friday about the economic impacts that the protest barricades have had in blocking deliveries of goods shipped by rail over the last three weeks. During question period, Conservative Finance Critic Pierre Poilievre...
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Ontario to restrict flavoured vapes

Ontario to restrict flavoured vapes

Ontario will restrict the sale of vape flavours and high nicotine e-cigarettes in a bid to address youth vaping, Health Minister Christine Elliott announced Friday. The government also plans to expand prevention efforts and bolster services to hel...
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Talks continue for a second day between the federal and provincial governments and the Wet'suwet'en

Talks continue for a second day between the federal and provincial governments and the Wet'suwet'en

The talks between the government and the hereditary chiefs continue for a second day. The ministers have left the door open for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and B.C. Premier John Horgan to talk to the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs.
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David Ayres donates goalie stick to Hockey Hall of Fame

David Ayres donates goalie stick to Hockey Hall of Fame

David Ayres, the emergency backup goalie who shot to stardom last weekend when he was pressed into service after the Carolina Hurricanes lost both of their netminders to injury in Toronto against the Maple Leafs, has donated his game-used stick to...
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Democratic challenger Pete Buttigieg rallies troops in South Carolina ahead of critical primary vote

Democratic challenger Pete Buttigieg rallies troops in South Carolina ahead of critical primary vote

Former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg made a last-ditch push for votes Friday, one day before a key primary in South Carolina with a reputation for picking presidents. Buttigieg has been struggling for traction in the state, where black vo...
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Wet'suwet'en People protest outside the Office of the Wet'suwet'en in Smithers, BC

Wet'suwet'en People protest outside the Office of the Wet'suwet'en in Smithers, BC

Wet’suwet’en people in Smithers, where Wet'suwet'en chiefs are meeting with provincial and federal Indigenous relations ministers, say their community has been silenced and they are asking for a place at the table. They say their "business belongs...
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Alberta government files red-ink budget but says hope is on horizon with oil, high-tech

Alberta government files red-ink budget but says hope is on horizon with oil, high-tech

Alberta has tabled its latest red-ink budget, but remains optimistic about oil and pipelines while committed to building up high-tech sectors. Total revenue is expected to be $50 billion, the same as last year.
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Ontario novel coronavirus case is province's first instance of human-to-human spread

Ontario novel coronavirus case is province's first instance of human-to-human spread

Ontario now has a sixth confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, and health officials say it is the first instance in the province of human-to-human transmission. The man in his 60s is the husband of the province's fifth case — a woman who had rec...
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Planned meeting with Wet'suwet'en 'victory' for dialogue, peaceful resolution: Indigenous Services M

Planned meeting with Wet'suwet'en 'victory' for dialogue, peaceful resolution: Indigenous Services M

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says a meeting planned for Thursday between the federal and B.C. governments and Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs is a "victory" for dialogue and peaceful resolution. Miller says it wasn't clear whether the m...
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Liberals: government prepared should novel coronavirus threat escalate

Liberals: government prepared should novel coronavirus threat escalate

The federal Liberals say the overall risk to Canadians from the novel coronavirus remains low, but the public should be aware the situation is rapidly evolving. The government says emergency-response plans are in place in case the threat becomes m...
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Foreign Affairs Minister Champagne to talk compensation with head of Ukraine International Airlines

Foreign Affairs Minister Champagne to talk compensation with head of Ukraine International Airlines

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says he is scheduled to meet with the head of Ukraine International Airlines during a trip to Europe next week, where the topic of compensation for the families of downed Flight 752 is expected ...
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Public Safety Minister Bill Blair asked about terrorism

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair asked about terrorism

Conservative MP Doug Shipley posed a pointed question of Public Safety Minister Bill Blair on Thursday morning during testimony at the House of Commons public safety and national security committee: do rail blockades in Quebec and Ontario constitu...
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Money Monitor: Openness in relationships extends to finances

Money Monitor: Openness in relationships extends to finances

Financial experts say amid soaring real estate prices and persistently high household debt levels, financial transparency plays a bigger role than ever in solidifying romantic partnerships.
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After surviving bruising debate, Bernie Sanders charges towards South Carolina primary and Super Tue

After surviving bruising debate, Bernie Sanders charges towards South Carolina primary and Super Tue

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, after surviving the hot seat in Tuesday's televised debate, travelled to Myrtle Beach to close out his campaign in South Carolina before moving on to the Super Tuesday states. Supporters, who turned out in droves, say ...
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Indigenous youth rally at B.C. legislature

Indigenous youth rally at B.C. legislature

Indigenous youth leaders say protests at government buildings, ports, highways and rail lines will continue until the RCMP and pipeline company Coastal GasLink leave traditional territories in northwest British Columbia. Indigenous youth and their...
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Federal leaders debate rail blockades during question period

Federal leaders debate rail blockades during question period

Opposition leaders went after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the ongoing rail blockades today in the House of Commons, with the NDP pressing Trudeau to meet with the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs in British Columbia and the Conservatives accu...
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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh calls for swift action on funding out-of-hospital abortions in New Brunswic

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh calls for swift action on funding out-of-hospital abortions in New Brunswic

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says the federal government should move faster to claw back transfer payments to New Brunswick for failing to fund out-of-hospital abortions in the province. Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu tabled a report in the House...
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Public safety minister says all Canadians are entitled to police services

Public safety minister says all Canadians are entitled to police services

As blockades continue to spring up across Canada in support of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs of British Columbia, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says it is important to allow law-enforcement agencies in each jurisdiction to do their work a...
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Activists robbing Indigenous communities of opportunity, Premier Jason Kenney says

Activists robbing Indigenous communities of opportunity, Premier Jason Kenney says

Premier Jason Kenney told delegates at the Indigenous Participation in Major Projects conference in Calgary on Wednesday their opportunities to create jobs are being taken away by activists. He said the province is committed to back Indigenous par...
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Ontario confirms new case of coronavirus, patient had travelled to Iran

Ontario confirms new case of coronavirus, patient had travelled to Iran

Medical officials in Ontario are reporting a fifth case of the novel coronavirus in the province. The Ministry of Health says the latest case of the virus known as COVID-19 is a woman in her 60s who had recently travelled to Iran. They say the wom...
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Foreign affairs minister on spring break and coronavirus

Foreign affairs minister on spring break and coronavirus

Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne says people should think carefully about possible travel plans for spring break in light of the spread of the new coronavirus overseas. Large numbers of confirmed cases of the virus have recentl...
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What to stream for the month of March

What to stream for the month of March

Here's a look at several film and TV series worth adding to your must-see lists in March
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Conservatives slam Liberals over blockades, Teck Frontier mine cancellation

Conservatives slam Liberals over blockades, Teck Frontier mine cancellation

Armed with public ire over ongoing rail and road blockades and concern over a decision by Tech Frontier to cancel its proposed mine project in Alberta, Conservatives pressed government on its plan to support Canada's oil and gas sector during ques...
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