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A new survey has found many Canadians are driving more with the return to offices and workplaces, but most don’t know they should be reporting this change to their insurance companies, which experts say could cause issues down the line.
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Everything you need to know about the Blue Jays-Mariners series

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The switch from regular-season baseball to post-season is quick enough to give you whiplash.
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A North Carolina man pleaded guilty Thursday to plotting with other members of the far-right Proud Boys to violently stop the transfer of presidential power after the 2020 election, making him the first member of the extremist group to plead guilty to a seditious conspiracy charge.
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Biden pardons thousands of Americans convicted of 'simple possession' of pot

U.S. President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of "simple possession" of marijuana under federal U.S. law, as his administration takes a dramatic step toward decriminalizing the drug and addressing charging practices that disproportionately impact people of colour.
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Military personnel shortage will get worse before it gets better, top soldier says

The country's top military commander said Thursday that the Canadian Armed Forces' (CAF) problems with recruiting and retaining soldiers, sailors and air crew are going are get worse before they get better.
Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre issued a sweeping directive Thursday morning for what he described as the "reconstitution" of the CAF.
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2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaskan island

Two Russians who said they fled the country to avoid compulsory military service have requested asylum in the U.S. after landing on a remote Alaskan island in the Bering Sea, Alaska U.S.
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National board to investigate details of Myles Sanderson's release from custody

A national board created jointly by the Parole Board of Canada and Correctional Service of Canada will investigate the circumstances around Myles Sanderson's release from federal custody.
The two federal agencies said in a news release Thursday that they would investigate the mass killing suspect's statutory release, community supervision and the related Parole Board of Canada decisions.
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U.S. raid in Syria kills Islamic State insurgent, captures 2

U.S. special operations forces conducted a raid in northeast Syria overnight, killing an Islamic State insurgent who was involved in smuggling weapons and fighters, U.S. officials said Thursday.
A U.S. official said a small number of U.S.
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RCMP to provide update on Sask. mass stabbing investigation

Saskatchewan RCMP is scheduled to provide an update on its investigation into the stabbings on James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, Sask. on Thursday afternoon.
In an advisory, RCMP said Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore, the commanding officer of the Saskatchewan RCMP, will speak at a press conference at 2 p.m.
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Myles Sanderson responsible for all 11 Sask. stabbing deaths: RCMP

Myles Sanderson was responsible for all 11 deaths during the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last month, according to RCMP.
RCMP said Thursday that evidence suggests Damien Sanderson, another suspect originally believed to have been involved in the James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, Sask.
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Ottawa announces $11M in funding for suicide prevention among Inuit

The federal government is pouring $11 million into a national strategy aimed at preventing suicide among Inuit.
The National Inuit Suicide Prevention Strategy, created by Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) in 2016, focuses on numerous issues, including providing more support for Inuit children and youth.
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Poilievre faces calls to apologize, explain misogynist YouTube tags

YouTube videos uploaded to Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre's YouTube channel included a tag associated with a misogynist men's rights movement — and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling on him to apologize.
"MGTOW," which stands for "Men going their own way," was a tag on YouTube videos on Poilievre's channel going back to 2018.
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