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Head of anti-monarchy group arrested during King Charles’ coronation – National

British police arrested multiple people amid the coronation of King Charles III on Saturday, with anti-monarchy group Republic saying their head Graham Smith was among those detained. Republic tweeted that Graham Smith was arrested along with five other members of their team and hundreds of placards were seized. It comes as …

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Blue Jays place reliever Pop on injured list

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 5, 2023 6:11 pm Descrease article font size Increase article font size PITTSBURGH – The Toronto Blue Jays have placed right-handed reliever Zach Pop on the 15-day injured list with a right hamstring strain. Pop sustained the injury in the eighth inning of …

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Toronto road closures for King Charles III coronation celebrations – Toronto

Descrease article font size Increase article font size A handful of roads around the Ontario legislature in the heart of Toronto will be closed Saturday for celebrations of the coronation of King Charles III. Parts of Queen’s Park Crescent — both its eastern and western portions — will be closed …

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RCMP briefs: Attempted murder in Flin Flon, missing woman found dead in Thompson – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size RCMP in several Northern Manitoba communities have responded to incidents in the last few days:   Thompson woman found dead Officers found the body of 42-year-old Catherine Dumas Thursday, who had been reported missing a day before. The cause of death has …

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Pickering airport proposal is 50 years old. Opponents hope it will finally be scrapped

After decades of protests against a long-standing proposal to build an airport in Pickering, Ont., opponents of the project are optimistic it will soon be abandoned for good. Those hopes hinge on two recent developments: a Pickering council vote declaring a lack of support for an airport and a suggestion …

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A care revolution: Inside Canada’s first dementia village

8:21 Inside Canada’s first dementia village In Langley, British Columbia, there’s a village that may remind you of your own: you can go for a stroll, pick up a couple of items from the grocery store or even pop by the salon. But, this particular community was purposefully built to …

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Crash in Caledon, Ont. leaves 1 dead, another in hospital: police – Toronto

One person has died after a collision involving two vehicles was reported in Caledon, Ont., on Saturday morning. In a tweet, Ontario Provincial Police said emergency crews were called to Queen Street in the Bolton area of Caledon for reports of a collision. Police said two vehicles were involved and …

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Manitoba Moose going to deciding Game 5 after loss in Milwaukee – Winnipeg

A valiant comeback attempt fell just short and the Manitoba Moose and Milwaukee Admirals will play a deciding Game 5 for the second straight year. The Admirals handed the Moose a 5-3 Game 4 loss on Friday in Milwaukee to tie the best-of-five division semifinal series at two games apiece. …

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IN PHOTOS: The scene-stealing jewels, yawns and opulence of the coronation – National

King Charles is now officially crowned. London’s coronation, the first in 70 years, saw Charles and his wife, Camilla, take hold of the royal sceptres and crown. The Royal Family was out in spades, excluding Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, who did not take part. King Charles and Camilla both …

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How tech is helping Canadians living with dementia

10:27 How tech is helping Canadians living with dementia Whether it’s a 360 immersive virtual experience to unlock memories, or social robots to assist with daily tasks, each evolution of immersive, virtual, and robotic technology being designed by researchers across the country is to help with an upcoming challenge Canada …

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