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Week kicks off with freezing drizzle, winter weather travel advisory
Toronto Star
The weather agency says roads could be slippery this morning for commuters in Toronto and Halton, Peel, York and Durham regions. Environment Canada has issued a winter weather travel advisory for the City of Toronto and the surroundings areas. (Randy ...
Winter weather travel advisory issued for the Greater Toronto AreaGlobalnews.ca
Winter weather travel advisory in effect for TorontoCTV News
Snow Showers, Freezing Drizzle on WayNECN
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Police asked to investigate after photo shows cow outside during blizzard in Torbay
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The investigation into the photo of a cow left out in this weekend's blizzard is now in the hands of police, according to Torbay Mayor Craig Scott. The image of the cow huddled close to the side of a house during Saturday's snow storm has generated ...
Social media swirls after after cow left outdoors in Torbay during snowstormThe Telegram
Torbay Looks Into Exposed CowVOCM

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Toronto Star
Canada's electronic spies will be able to launch cyber attacks with little oversight, report warns
Toronto Star
The Liberals security bill, Bill C-59, will give Canada's electronic spies the power to conduct cyber attacks and sabotage against foreign states and people. The bill is still before the House of Commons' national security committee. (Sean Kilpatrick ...
'Case not made' for Liberal bill's problematic cyberspy powers, researchers sayNational Post

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CBC.ca
Regional police investigate possible drug lab in Kitchener
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Waterloo Regional Police are investigating a possible drug lab inside a residence at an apartment building in Kitchener. Inspector Shaena Morris said officers discovered a potential clandestine lab inside a residence along Strange Street early Saturday ...
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Regional police investigating potential drug lab in KitchenerCTV News
Police investigate possible drug lab on Strange StreetTheRecord.com

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One question remains after Babcock murder trial: Who got killer's letters out?
CTV News
TORONTO -- Dozens of jailhouse letters convicted killer Dellen Millard wrote to a girlfriend who was on his court-ordered no-contact list became crucial evidence at his first-degree murder trial, which ended Saturday with a guilty verdict. One question ...
Scott Thompson: Millard and Smich convicted of murder, againGlobalnews.ca
The situations of Dellen Millard and Mark SmichCHCH News
Jury finds Millard and Smich guilty of 1st-degree murder in death of Laura BabcockCBC.ca
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CBC.ca
Gina Barber remembered as a "trailblazer for women in politics"
CBC.ca
Tributes are pouring in for former London city councillor and social activist Gina Barber, who died Sunday following a battle with cancer. Politicians of all stripes took to social media Sunday night to express their condolences. Former London mayor ...
London remembers a trailblazer for women in politicsCTV News
Gina Barber: London teacher, activist, politician had 'heart of a lioness'London Free Press
Former Controller Gina Barber Passes AwayBlackburnNews.com

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CTV News
Officials to apologize to former firefighter over alleged discrimination
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HALIFAX -- Municipal officials in Halifax will offer an apology today to a former firefighter who waged a 12-year battle against what she says was "systemic" gender discrimination. Liane Tessier said last week that a settlement was reached with the ...
Halifax to apologize to female firefighter today in discrimination caseCBC.ca
Former Halifax firefighter to receive apology Monday after years of battleHalifaxToday.ca

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Good morning, Elliot Lake!
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Fog patches dissipate and there is a risk of freezing drizzle in the morning. Skies will be cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of flurries today. Wind is southwest at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 near noon and temperatures rise to a high of zero. Overnight we ...

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Emotions flare at vigil for missing Edmonton woman
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"We are here for Nadia!" shouted Salwa Atwi, as the vigil for her missing daughter Nadia Atwi slipped into screams and accusations. The crowd of more than 100 people gathered in Churchill Square scattered when a brawl erupted on Sunday evening. Candles ...
Police called after altercation at vigil for missing Edmonton womanGlobalnews.ca
Punch thrown, people shoved at candlelight vigil for missing womanEdmonton Journal

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