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Charges laid against two suspects in Nipigon, Ont., kidnapping and assault case

NIPIGON, Ont. — Police say they have arrested two of four suspects after a man was abducted and assaulted with a gun in the town of Nipigon, Ont., last week.
Survey finds most Canadian Olympic athletes against medal podium protests

Survey finds most Canadian Olympic athletes against medal podium protests

TORONTO — After a wave of demonstrations against racial injustice around the world, the International Olympic Committee is in talks with athlete groups about potentially easing protest bans at the Olympic Games.
Quirky Canadian comedy 'Schitt's Creek' takes Emmys by storm with comedy sweep

Quirky Canadian comedy 'Schitt's Creek' takes Emmys by storm with comedy sweep

TORONTO — The fish-out-of-water Canadian sitcom "Schitt's Creek" made history for its swan song season at the Emmy Awards Sunday night, nabbing all seven categories in which it was nominated, including best comedy series.
Worker dies after hit and run at construction site northeast of Montreal

Worker dies after hit and run at construction site northeast of Montreal

STE-EULALIE, Que. — A construction worker is dead after he was hit by a driver early Monday morning who allegedly fled the scene at a work site northeast of Montreal.
Gord Downie's final solo album 'Away is Mine' set for October release

Gord Downie's final solo album 'Away is Mine' set for October release

TORONTO — Nearly three years after Gord Downie's untimely death, a new double album of solo material will be released next month.

Ontario reports 365 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours, one new death

The steady rise in Ontario's COVID-19 caseload continued on Sunday, though at a slightly slower pace than the previous two days, when diagnoses reached levels not seen for months.
Montreal and Quebec City move to orange 'moderate alert' COVID-19 level

Montreal and Quebec City move to orange 'moderate alert' COVID-19 level

MONTREAL — Quebec is imposing tighter restrictions on public and private indoor gatherings in Montreal and Quebec City, among other parts of the province, Health Minister Christian Dube said Sunday evening, after a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.

Police intervene after hundreds pack Ancaster, Ont., parking lot for event

Officers who broke up a massive gathering in a Hamilton parking lot hours after the provincial government tried to clamp down on such events won't hesitate to lay charges in the case, police warned Sunday as they announced an investigation was underw
Michelle Latimer wins twice at TIFF awards, 'Nomadland' grabs people's choice

Michelle Latimer wins twice at TIFF awards, 'Nomadland' grabs people's choice

TORONTO — Chloe Zhao's poetic drama "Nomadland" is riding high after being voted the People's Choice Award winner at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, while Canadian filmmaker Michelle Latimer picked up two prizes for her documentary

Peel police still investigating Brampton incident after false alarm

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say they have identified three women, rather than a woman and two men, allegedly involved in an incident that was initially investigated as an abduction.
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