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Ford tells residents of Ontario to celebrate Canada Day responsibly, respect others in a 'Canadian way'

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has asked residents of the province to celebrate July 1 in a responsible manner and to continue to adhere to public health advice.

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Vehicle with Alberta license plates crashes into Vancouver supermarket on Canada day

According to police, a SUV ran into the Fresh Street Market located at Howe Street and Pacific Street. The incident took place at about 3:30 a.m.

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Winnipeg man shot, hit by car on Canada Day

A man was shot and then hit by a car early Wednesday morning, on Canada Day in Winnipeg, police are now investigating what happened.

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Toronto nightclub charged for having indoor party of 150 people

A nightclub in Toronto located on King West has been charged for throwing an indoor party that had as many as 150 people which violates the emergency orders.

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Richmond mayor invokes emergency powers to remove statue of Stonewall Jackson

Work crews removed a statue of Stonewall Jackson on Wednesday following orders by Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney.

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'I don't want to get killed by these Antifa people': Seattle resident speaks out about life in occupied zone

"I own property here," the man said by way of identifying himself, and added he "would rather not get into it. I don't want to get killed by these Antifa people."

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Canadian activists seek to change names of 'racist' and 'sexist' mountains

The names of several hiking trails in Alberta are being looked into as some members of Alberta's climbing community want them to be changed.

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Ontario Sir John A. Macdonald statue defaced for a SECOND TIME in one week

The statue of Macdonald had its hands painted in red paint, which is presumably an allusion to the fact that some Canadians argue that the country's first prime minister had blood on his hands.

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Australia to acquire long-range missile capability

Morrison said that Australia intends to acquire long-range missiles and other military capabilities that would "deter" potential conflicts in the future.

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New York City to push back indoor restaurant reopenings due to COVID-19 fears

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed Wednesday that the city will not reopen indoor dining on July 6 as originally planned.

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WATCH: CNN anchor tells viewers to reject God

"If you believe in one another and if you do the right thing for yourself and your community, things will get better in this country," Cuomo said. "You don't need help from above; it's within us."

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City of Regina puts TRIGGER WARNING on statue of Sir John A. Macdonald—just in time for Canada Day

A statue of Sir John A. MacDonald in Regina's Victoria Park has become the subject of debate, prompting the City of Regina to place a plaque with a "trigger warning" on it.

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Eastern Ontario region to require face masks for all indoor spaces

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit's medical officer said that face masks will be mandatory in all indoor public spaces in the coming week.

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Brampton carjacking investigation results in police shooting

A 24-year-old man was shot by police on Tuesday evening in Brampton, causing the Special Investigation Unit to launch an investigation into what happened.

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Brian Mulroney tells Trudeau to rethink Canada's relationship with China

Brian Mulroney has called for Canada to reconsider its relationship with China and gave credit to Justin Trudeau for not releasing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in exchange for the two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig.

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