5 things to know on CTVNews.ca for Wednesday December 18, 2019: LifeLabs cyberattack, Trump impeachment, carbon points

TORONTO — Hackers may have obtained the personal data of 15 million LifeLabs customers after a systems breach including addresses, passwords, birthdays, health card

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‘We don’t really have Santa in town’; Santa Flies North spreads holiday cheer to northern Sask.

PRINCE ALBERT — Cristen Toutsaint, a secretary with the Father Porte Memorial Dene School in Black Lake, helped decorate the foyer with fellow faculty

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Toronto’s medical officer of health wants to change rules on vaping

TORONTO — Toronto’s medical officer of health wants both the city and the federal government to change their regulations on vaping. At next Tuesday’s

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‘Misleading, insincere and concerning’: Akim Aliu dismisses Flames coach Bill Peters’ apology

CALGARY — Even though it wasn’t directed toward him, former NHLer Akim Aliu says he doesn’t accept the apology penned by Calgary Flames head

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Restaurant at Kildonan Park to reopen after storm damage forced park’s closure

WINNIPEG — The restaurant at Kildonan Park will reopen next week after the city closed down the park due to safety concerns brought on

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Historic Crescentwood home gets lifeline after committee vote

The home located at 514 Wellington Cres. will have a shot at historical status after a city committee was split on an appeal vote.

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Backpacks, vending machines stocked with clean needles to reduce HIV rates in North Battleford

A health clinic in North Battleford has installed a vending machine stocked with clean drug supplies to reduce HIV rates. Drug users can get

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Saanich police investigate lawnmower joyride

Saanich police say a riding lawnmower was stolen and taken for a slow joyride during which the assailants caused damage to a soccer field.

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Sask. seeks intervener status in Alberta fight against carbon tax

Saskatchewan is pleased to see Alberta file a reference case with the Alberta Court of Appeal over the “harmful and ineffective” federal carbon tax,

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Rally for PC leader Doug Ford held in Kitchener

Hundreds gathered in Kitchener to greet the Ontario Progressive Conservative party leader on Thursday evening. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.3935260.1526640039!/httpImage/image.png_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.png #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories

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