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Two men killed, one woman injured in Scarborough shooting
Toronto Star
Two men are dead and a woman was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after a shooting shortly after 1 a.m. It was one of three shootings to happen overnight. (Victor Biro). By Emily FearonStaff Reporter. Sun., July 23, 2017. A shooting early ...
2 dead following Scarborough
Two dead, one injured in Toronto backyard barbecue shootingCTV News
Two men pronounced dead after triple shooting at backyard BBQ in ScarboroughCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Thousands free to return home as some BC wildfire evacuation orders downgraded
Thousands of evacuees from Princeton, 100 Mile House and surrounding areas in British Columbia are free to go home after evacuation orders were downgraded to alerts on Sunday. For some, it's been more than two weeks since they were ordered to leave.
Feds providing $900 per household for BC wildfire evacueesCTV News
Federal officials to give an update on BC wildfires ahead of concerning weatherNews1130
Lake Country fire chief: There wasn't much more we could doKelowna Capital News
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Five people shot inside bar on Victoria Park Avenue
CTV News
A shooting inside a Scarborough bar has sent five people to hospital. Gunfire first erupted inside McGradies Tap & Grill on Victoria Park Avenue near Ellesmere Road at around 2:30 a.m.. Police say that the victims all sustained non-life threatening ...
5 injured in Scarborough bar
Five people in hospital after shooting inside Scarborough barCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
5 people shot at east end bar and grill680 News
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No winning ticket for Saturday night's $5 million Lotto 649 jackpot
570 News
TORONTO – No winning ticket was sold for the $5 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, a ticket sold in Quebec claimed the guaranteed $1 million dollar prize. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on July 26 will be ...
No winning ticket for Friday night's $10 million Lotto Max jackpotBayToday

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Student group criticizes Justin Trudeau for marching in Halifax Pride parade
A local student association is taking issue with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marching in Halifax's 30th annual Pride parade, which drew a huge crowd of revellers to the city's downtown on Saturday afternoon. At issue is a restriction on blood ...
Trudeau becomes first sitting PM to march in Halifax PrideCTV News
Trudeau masters the Trump two-stepGulf Times
Liberals quash NDP push to question Justin Trudeau on NAFTAToronto Star
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Man drowns in rough surf and strong currents off St. Margarets
The Guardian
ST. MARGARETS, P.E.I. - A 52-year-old New Brunswick man drowned in strong currents and rough waves in the waters off St. Margarets Saturday afternoon. Advertisement. A release from the Kings District RCMP said police, assisted by Island EMS, the ...
NB man drowns in St. Margarets, PEI after being caught in high surf

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Stabbing in East York leaves one man in serious condition
A man in his 20's has been stabbed in East York and is now in serious condition. The incident took place near Woodbine and Danforth Avenues around midnight Sunday. Andrew Collins. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial ...
Man has serious injuries after East York stabbingCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Man stabbed near East York gas stationCityNews

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Riding bike on sidewalk leads to fraud, drug charges
A Steinbach man faces a long list of charges after being stopped by police for riding a bike on the sidewalk. Officers were patrolling in the area of St. Anne's Road and Bishop Grandin Boulevard around 4:30 a.m. on Friday when they spotted a ...
Early-morning bike ride leads to arrestCTV News
Steinbach man faces charges in WinnipegThe Carillon
Drugs, break-in tools found on man riding stolen bikeWinnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Sun -MyToba
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Summerland Review
Bikers on the road again for good
Summerland Review
More than 50 motorcycle riders and their passengers left the Penticton branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Saturday morning on the first leg of their second annual Toy Run and Poker Derby. The event is a fundraiser for the South Okanagan Women in Need ...

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