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Woman and dog out for walk in Oakville dead after collision, man charged with impaired driving: police

Halton police said emergency crews were called to the area of Lakeshore Road East and Burgundy Drive Thursday afternoon with reports a pedestrian was hit and "badly injured."

Ex presidents say they’ll take coronavirus vaccine publicly to boost use

Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton all said they would take the vaccine publicly.

Lethbridge doctor recognized with Canadian Medical Association’s May Cohen Award for Women Mentors

Lethbridge's Dr. Vanessa Maclean has been recognized with a prestigious award from the Canadian Medical Association for her work in mentoring other female physicians.

104-year-old WWII vet beats COVID-19 in time for birthday

Madison Hospital shared video of Wooten wearing a face mask and waving while workers sang ``Happy birthday dear Pop Pop.''

B.C. couple in final bid to bring children of their missing daughter back to Canada

The children's father is accused of killing their mother, and remains a fugitive. The children are currently living with the man's mother in Peru.

Banff ramps up testing as COVID-19 cases surge in tourist town

Banff is seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases. Following months of single-digit numbers, the Alberta municipality now has the highest number of cases per capita in the province.

Biden to immediately ask Americans for 100 days of wearing masks after swearing-in

The president-elect has previously floated a nationwide mask mandate to combat the coronavirus, which he later acknowledged would be beyond the ability of the president to enforce.

B.C. shop owner stops customer from losing thousands of dollars to Bitcoin scam

'The government does not demand any payment in Bitcoin. If any Canadian government agency demands you pay your bills, your taxes in Bitcoin, it’s a sure sign it’s a scam.'

Witnesses recall BB gun theory the night Yosif Al-Hasnawi was shot

Day seven in the trial of two paramedics, accused of failing to provide the necessaries of life, featured witnesses who encountered the victim minutes after he was shot.

Speaker Darryl Plecas offers suggestions for B.C. legislature on way out the door

The suggestions stem from a series of roundtables Plecas has been hosting to improve the way the B.C. legislature operates.

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