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Outgoing Surrey mayor Doug McCallum to spend Halloween defending himself against public mischief charge

On a day dedicated to widespread tomfoolery, Surrey’s mayor will be in a provincial court this Halloween trying to distance himself from one specific act of alleged public mischief. As he defends himself against an accusation of lying about being struck by a car driven by a political opponent, Doug …

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Administrator put in charge of Thunder Bay police oversight body details divisions, governance failings

The administrator tapped to oversee the Thunder Bay Police Services Board says in a report released Thursday that he has found a divided group and “a very concerning failure” to act on past recommendations. The Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) released Malcolm Mercer’s report on Thursday, about five months after he …

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TIFF 2022 is supported by young talent. Here are some of the stars leading the charge

At this year’s Toronto Film International Festival, organizers are boasting an increased number of movies over the prior two years’ reduced, hybrid editions. But along with more movies is more emerging talent, as many of the biggest and most impressive productions at TIFF 2022 star brand-new faces. CBC News has compiled a …

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Ontario homebuyers stunned by extra $175K charge from developer, call for government action

Some buyers who years ago purchased builds in a housing development in Stayner, Ont., are fuming and calling for government intervention after they were told they would need to fork over $175,000 above what was agreed upon in contracts with the developer before their homes will finally be built. CBC …

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MP Kevin Vuong faces military summary trial for failing to disclose charge

Toronto MP Kevin Vuong, a naval reservist, is set to face a military summary trial Wednesday on a charge of failing to disclose that he was criminally charged with sexual assault in 2019. If he’s found guilty, Vuong could be slapped with what the navy describes as a “severe reprimand.” The military …

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Mountie in charge of early N.S. mass shooting response hopes testimony offers families some peace

The RCMP officer who was in charge of the police response during the first hours after 911 calls came in from Portapique, N.S., hopes his testimony provides some answers for families even as some people who lost loved ones took to the streets again in protest.  Staff Sgt. Brian Rehill offered …

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Fitbit Charge 5 review: lightweight design, bright color screen, and long battery life, but no physical buttons, screen feels too small, and UI can be confusing (Jay Peters/The Verge)

Fitbit Charge 5 review: lightweight design, bright color screen, and long battery life, but no physical buttons, screen feels too small, and UI can be confusing (Jay Peters/The Verge)

Jay Peters / The Verge: Fitbit Charge 5 review: lightweight design, bright color screen, and long battery life, but no physical buttons, screen feels too small, and UI can be confusing  —  The hardware is nice, but no physical button is a big step back  —  Fitbit’s newest fitness tracker, …

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