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An indigenous community has given a public warning in southern Alberta after an awful number of pre-doses in two days.

Administration of Tribune Blood published the warning through Friday social media, after 22 ro-donations in 48 hours. One of the many damages was fatal.

The administration believes that carptentile, which is around 100 times stronger than fentanyl, is likely to be a? blame for the spike in cases.

"We are worried about how well our tribal members are and we are expressing this warning again hoping to ban death," write the community in the statement. "We have been told that there have been more trends in the past and that the warning is not badly taken."

Chief of the Blood Tribe Police Service, Kyle Melting Tallow, will work with officers, even their days, in the coming days to help.

"This affects many families who have to deal with those who believed to die, or even to, and # 39; ending in hospital, "said Melting Tallow to the CTV News Channel Saturday. "This also affects our first responders, including our EMS and fire sectors, because they respond to those calls in numbers that are & # 39 ; ever growing. "

There are 25 to 30 opioid motions per month with Tribal Blood Emergency Services, in a community of less than 13,000 people. They have seen 39 over this month too badly.

Melting Tallow says that police efforts against drug traffickers are rising, as well as police efforts to educate the public in terms of opioids risks.

Its community also has a & # 39; consider building a safe throwing site.

– with files from CTV Vancouver


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Nov 24, 2018 / 3:18 pm | Story:

An animal rescue society says that a man who has reported 15 cats and kitchens in plastic storage boxes on the Alberta mainland has brought his story back.

The Animal Life Rescue Team Association says in the Facebook post that the person had contacted us on a Friday night and told them that the felines were a family member who did not know; they can take care of them.

The post says that the person used plastic devices to remove the cats out of the "out of danger" home for the welfare of animals as well as children at home, but then they can not find anywhere they can.

The Grace Wildlife Society said earlier that the felines were found in tight tubes near train routes between Erskine and Stettler.

There were air holes in the boxes, but the kitchens were eaten with them in their own birds.

The Animal Rescue Team Association of Alberta has been taking care of the cats, and says in the post that the person has given authorities himself.

"He made many attempts for a while for those cats, but he was lost. He was lost hopefully and by turning to any place, he took drastic steps in an effort to take care of the situation of cats, "said Facebook's Facebook role.

"We understand that the problem is difficult to understand, but we also appreciate the need for once when animals need help."

Alberta SPCA spokesman Dan Kobe said that the investigation is still on the case.

"If we find that someone should be accountable for causing problematic animals, we will reduce costs," said Kobe in Saturday's interview.

Kobe said he was not aware that if a policeman investigated the false report, he said he would be up to the Alberta Rescue Development Association to report on it.

Nobody from the Alberta Animal Rescue Team Association was immediately available to comment. Alberta's RCMP spokeswoman said he was not aware of whether a policeman analyzed the report.

Many of the answers to a social and social networking role showing sympathy to the struggle of the person, with one respondent who writes that "every pledge".

Kobe said that he is very common for someone who is trying to do it. surrender animals to tell them that the room in which they are just coming in. Every rescue group responds to many cats, he said, and all of their trades are capable of or near.

Hold a call to help someone, Kobe, says that the SPCA can provide information on who to do; identify them.

He said that euthanasia is always an option, but if the cat is healthy, it is usually somewhere to help it become a new home.

"People should not expect to be able to get home for a cat within a couple of days. It may take some work but if they continue to work, such as They can usually get a place in somewhere the cat can, even if it takes weeks or two or two weeks, "said Kobe.

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Nov 24, 2018 / 2:18 pm | Story:

The federal government announced Saturday that it will invest almost half a million dollars in a & # 39; LGBTQ's community safety improvement in Canada after killing eight people with links to Toronto's gay town.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the government will take $ 450,000 to Pride Toronto to drive a campaign aimed at developing the relationship between the LGBTQ community and the criminal justice system.

"To be too long, its LGBTQ2 community has been in disagreement with anti-justice from different societies in ways to prevent people from being able to; bring their lives better and add their strengths to our nation, "said Morneau at the 519, a group based in Toronto's LGBTQ community seekers.

Morneau, who is also a BP for the Toronto Center, said Bruce MacArthur did not specifically mention, including eight bills of murder's first step, but said that the funding as "brutal murder" has been shown in the # 39; town.

McArthur first appeared in Ontario and the Superior Court of Justice earlier this month, and a judge said he could be a test as early as September; maybe.

"The organizations on this trip have been driving the way in trying to make a coherent change," said Morneau on Saturday.

"We know that there has been a long and turbulent history between the criminal justice system and the Canadian LGBTQ2. Certainly, the Toronto Center residents know this case here."

Members of the LGBTQ community have made a complaint to the Toronto police without having a great deal of failure to do; Investigating the people who connect to their neighborhoods are related to the & # 39; town in the years that goes up to the McArthur hold in January.

Pride has a strong relationship with the police for the past two years; disappeared, because officers were banned from the 2017 Pride march regarding concerns about race recordings and their / criticize how they responded to McArthur's research.

In the last month, Pride Toronto said that both sides had made progress on "police and institutional power" discussions and the force is welcome to apply for being part of the next summer festival.

Olivia Nuamah, leader of the Toronto Pride action, said the federal funding will be going to consultations across the country with LGBTQ groups and leaders to find out how to improve community safety.

Nuamah said the talks will be "deeply impressive" to LGBTQ's community safety and security experiences throughout Canada. She said that the second phase will be a research and research process to find solutions.

"This money will help us to begin the process in which to understand how we begin to talk about those things, how we will begin to communicate to the wider people of Canada, and certainly and most importantly, how we can get solutions to deal with some of these concerns, "she said.


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Nov 24, 2018 / 12:33 f | Story:

Vancouver residents have claimed that they themselves "Team Cream" or "Koi Team" are a dumb idiot that awaits expensive carp in a relaxed yard pool. continue by avoiding capture.

The otter made the way to Dr Sun Yat-Sen a classic Chinese Garden last year and launched seven decorative koi, and many have been for decades.

Parker director Howard Normann said an expert began to re-establish pastry of wildlife and set up three new characters with bowl-trout and oil mix, but typically a & # 39 ; morning today the clamter is still here.

He says that garden workers talk about options to take the koi out of the pond to keep them safe, but he says that it's not as easy as he is. 39; Feeling because they are aware of fish and it's very difficult to do.

In the meantime, the story has inspired people in Vancouver and beyond, with social media users to join #TeamOtter no #TeamKoi – although one person #TeamKoi saying, "This is bad for her insect, and so he's been taken away by everyone."

Chinatown local group Even today has made a group of a cartoon cartoon and koi otter, which sells for $ 2 each with money to go to the classic garden.

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Nov 24, 2018 / 3:05 m | Story:

No winning ticket was sold for the $ 600 million in drawing Lotto Max on Friday night.

However, 20 Maxmillions won $ 1 million awards and two of the tickets were made in Quebec and in the Atlantic Canada.

The prize for the re-draw of Lotto Max on November 30 will be around $ 60 million, but the number of Maxmillions awards will increase to 35.

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November 23, 2018 / 8:21 f | Story:

Members of the Parliament were sitting well to Friday night when the Liberal government was prioritizing legislation. order job makers back to work.

The beat was like Ottawa, as well as towns in Ontario and British Columbia, and Sherbrooke, Que., Came the latest targets for strikes that were scrapped by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.

MPs delivered much of the day and the south to debate a move that allows the House of Commons to deal quickly with a bill, scheduled for Thursday, which would prevent mail bankruptcy throughout the country.

A swift movement of motion was issued by a 173-13 vote, which began to debat the immediate resumption of its back-to-work bill. It was expected that this debate continued for a number of hours before deciding to vote on the legislation at times sometimes on Saturday morning.

Then the Assembly will sit on Saturday and, if necessary, Sunday, to deal with the bill, which would came to fruition at midnight on the day after royal assent.

Despite being & # 39; Providing the legislation, Labor Minister, Patty Hajdu, Canada Post and CUPW urged to stay at his / her; bargaining board.

"They can still pull off a contract," she said.

That said, Hajdu said: "Indeed, we would like the parties to agree with them, but the time has come that we need to be ready to take action if they can not . "

Hajdu commented on postal delivery as an "essential service" and said that small businesses that were responsible for the postal service could be delivered over the busy Christmas season in a credit unless The situation is healed quickly.

"And when I say small, I mean very little. I mean people who, you know, sell marmalade or manufactured goods , this is the most profitable time of their year and if they are unable to do the job this year, and they may be very good at their business. "

Labor and Labor Democrats have demolished the government to stop the # 39; a competition process. The government has given every encouragement to Canada Post to negotiate negotiations now which the organization knows that staff are scheduled to work too early next week .

"The right to strike is an integral part of the co-operation process," said Canadian Labor Party leader Hassan Yussuff. "Unless, a employer does not motivate your bargain in good faith, and staff do not need a fair process."

Canadian Post Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears to prove that Christmas would not return to work, he sent CUPW president Mike Palecek.

"The post was moving, and people know it," he said. "People have been getting their emails and online orders delivered. That's a point on our mobile strike, without fighting built by the public. "

The NDP Director Jagmeet Singh against the Liberals was overdated, working to believe in the & # 39; right to co-unite co-ordination and incorporate the document; He named the "worst worst work" legislation after work.

"They have shown the true face … this government is not a friend of people working," said Singh.

The new Liberals voted against their move to keep the debate faster on the back-to-work legislation, with many make a detailed presentation of out-of-Commons walking after voting, & # 39; picking up some of it in welcoming job makers who watch from a gallery; public. Those who walked out were not counted.

Six new Democrats stayed in the room – representing the small number the party will receive. have the opportunity to speak at the debate that was very quick afterwards.

CUPW maintains that the bill is not identical and that is; threatened to challenge the court.

The courage challenge union won a back-to-work legislation that was placed on post-2011 staff by the former Conservative government. Courtship Rule in 2016, by & # 39; removing the right of strike staff, the bill sent the right to express freedom of participation and expression.

Hajdu argued that his bill was "quite different" from the "handy" procedure made by the Harper government and taking into account the concerns of the union and Canada Post.

But two independent genres, Frances Lankin and Diane Griffin, Hajdu wrote to express their concerns that the bill could not be constitutional. The two said that Hajdu had promised to give a government analysis to explain how the bill does not; the Charter of Copyright and Freedom was broken but it was not yet made until Friday night.

CUPW members have held cycling trips for a month, bringing back unsuccessful unsuccessful mail and post office packs, although Canada Post and its union Express how much the pileup is.

Canada Post says he could take weeks – even a & # 39; stretching up to 2019 – to clarify the built-up reserve, especially at major classification centers in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

There are 50,000 CUPW members, in two groups, wanting better pay for rural transporters and suburbs, more vacancies and minimum times.

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November 23, 2018 / 4:43 f | Story:

The Canadian Food Supervisory Agency has tested over 2,000 samples of leitis yards and a new pack but has not found outputs in which the bacteria are in search of E.coli bridges.

Aline Dimitri, the vice president of the organization's food safety officer, said the results do not mean that E. coli is away from the Canadian food supply. They suggest if it is currently at very low levels, she said.

Three other E. coli cases were detected in Ontario and Quebec on Friday, bringing the total number from October to 22: one in New Brunswick, four in Ontario and 17 in Quebec.

There were eight patients in hospital, and a type of hawthorn problem spread mostly in a patient with E. coli increased. The youngest patient is five and 93 years old.

Many people who are sick in most people ever seek medical attention and so the number of cases has not been identified, Howard Njoo, vice president of public health officer, said.

He said that experts found a patient's diet history that they had a " Most of the patients who became ill have been eating romantic lettuce in the days of their illness; going up to illness.

Finding the human food history is interviews about what they eat and where Njoo said.

He also said that he includes items such as brochure loyalty charts to help with & # 39; confirm what was purchased specifically and when.

The company has a & # 39; praising people in those areas that do not eat rustic lethal and her / her; throw out what they are still in their frost. It is a stop without a & # 39; remember rumors or tell sellers to pull them from their shelves.

Njoo said that there is currently no evidence to connect to; Breaking any particular product but if this changes, Canada warnings are so good. A number of retailers have volunteered to have been discharged from their shelves in the interim.

The Centers for Disease Control and Disease Change gave many more warnings on Tuesday, saying that Americans should not eat rumors anywhere in the United States and should stop restaurants for it.

He also said that retailers should be drawn from their shelves.

There are 32 real cases of E. coli in 11 states and on Friday, the Scottish Food and Drug Administration commissioner said that it would come from California to be a result of a & 39; grow and go; cut.

Canadian companies can make their own assessment in terms of continuing to & # 39; sold a bomb, Dimitri said Friday.

Njoo also said that the latest illness began on November 1 but there was a delay in the statement that meant that there was no " group has found out about this week.

It is the life of the jubilee four or five weeks, he said, and this explains why his / her company still has a & # 39; warns people to throw away the lethal.

This is the third collapse of E. coli that is tied to leafy herbs in the United States and Canada in the last two years.

The same DNA symptoms are currently present as the E. coli appearance in November and December 2017 is linked to leaflets in the United States and ritual lenses in in Canada.

In that breakdown, 42 E. coli cases were reported in Canada in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. There were seventeen in hospital and one person died.

Recognition has never been identified when many patients have been consumed with a long time before they have died; got sick.

Earlier this year, about 200 people in the US 35-state-of-the-art E.-coli-sickened US states fell around Arizona colonized sediments but E. coli's illness is different than those seen when this crash started.

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November 23, 2018/4: 40f | Story:

Alberta Premier Raid Notley says she has been disappointed with the remarkable Ottawa response to the provincial plan to cope with oil tiles with her; buy more rail cars.

She says that it is simpler to get rid of your car cars by saying that they would not reach until a pipeline was already built.

Alberta is currently selling oil at a discount of around $ 45 barrels due to oil stream due to lack of pipe capacity.

Notley has been proposed to Ottawa to invest in the transfer of oil to the market on interim rail cars and as a challenge against future shipping problems.

Notley says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who spent the day in Calgary on Thursday, has given Alberta a better idea of ​​the importance of his / her. the case than when he came.

She also thanked people she says she helped her a point when they closed part of Downtown Calgary's street for a rally during Trudeau trip.

Alberta could proceed with the purchase of the railway car by the federal government or without, said Friday after an Edmonton news.

"The government of Alberta does what we need to do, whether we do it with ourselves or with the help of Ottawa," she said. "It may be reasonable for them to come to their table."

Notley plans a trip to Ottawa and Toronto next week for meetings and speeches to try to keep the oil back on the face of government face.

She has said that the price gap between Canada and U.S. costing the nation's economy $ 80 million a day.

Trudeau in Calgary said that the federal government can do what is possible to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline, which could make the line's ability to bring oil to tankers on its own. the west coast.

Trans Mountain's federal government and its expansion project for $ 4.5 billion last year bought only for the Force Appeal Court to strike its permit. The court said that there was enough homosexual consultation and not; Considering effects on the marine environment.

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November 23, 2018 / 4:13 f | Story:

Three storytellers said swords to fight out of four who were thieves when they tried to rob in Mississauga, Ont., Police said.

Const. Danny Marttini said the event was held at 12:15 p.m. on Wednesday at Ashok Jewelers when four suspicions were dropped out of a truck and one started to split windows; shop.

There is a video released by the police trying to identify the suspect people; Showing one person inside inside a & # 39; A shop before three workers bring it by dragged swords.

Another person who is suspected of dragging the person back out of his / her; shop through the broken window when staff fell swords – one of the staff fell when he fell to his sword.

"This could go wrong in so many ways," said Marttini.

One of the people who were then suspected a gun into the shop. Those who were suspicious then fled, they got into the truck and removed through red light, and losing their two transport bridges.

"I do not know how to kill themselves or anyone else for that matter," said Marttini about the suspects, leaving his hand empty.

Police believe that there are three people who suspect men and are not sure about the fourth place. The getaway car is Dodge Durango in darkness, she said.

Despite the successful efforts made by the staff, Marttini said that the best thing was to be done. fight to leave police

"We do not express violence to fight against violence," she said. "It's best to save yourself in your building. Your life is more important than jewelry."

At the end of July, three princesses sent a ban into another jewelry store in Mississauga and sold a value of $ 100,000.

The owner of his shop, Baldev Manjania, said he thought his wife was going to kill the robber and so he caught a sword and ran after the people who were suspicious when they took it out.

In that case, the suspects jumped into their car and went away.

"I got my sword because I had to do something to save my family," said Manjania at the time.

Marttini said they have no information that suggests that the two events are connected.

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November 23, 2018 / 4:05 f | Story:

An old man has launched another challenge to deprive citizenship and to do so; It could be taken out to lie to Canadian authorities about its membership in the Nazi deaths of the Second World War.

The appeal from Helmut Oberlander comes despite the fact that a Federal Court judge recently ruled that Ottawa was reasonably done in the case; case and limit its appeal capability.

Solicitors from Oberlander, 94, of Waterloo, Ont refused. Friday to talk about the application service that was submitted this week, so the legal basis for its operation was not immediately visible.

However, in a letter sent to the court, the federal government made it clear that it aimed at the form. The letter also asks that the application of the application of the application to the court of the Union Bar Court will be reviewed.

The Ukrainian-born Oberlander, who came to Canada in 1954 and became a citizen of six years after that, has been firmly maintained that he was only 17 when the pain of behaviors was forced to go inside the dead team Nadsaidh Einsatzkommando X, called Ek 10a. The team was responsible for killing nearly 100,000 people, most of the Jews.

In June 2017, the government caused citizenship citizenship to do so; disappeared for a fourth time since the mid-1990s, and Encourage his attempt at the moment to stop removal.

Earlier this month, Judas Michael Phelan Federal Court welcomed his previous decision that the government was reasonable to struggling citizenship from Oberlander. Phelan found that Oberlander had disaggregated his military functions although there was no evidence that he took part in any disturbance.

"It is no evidence that Oberlander has given Canada citizenship with a false representation or by hearing substantive situations by failing to publish & # 39 ; participating in the SS during immigration screening, "wrote Pelan. "There is no doubt that it would have been the result of a citizenship claim denied."

Pelan also refused to "prove a big question of general importance" that would allow Oberlander to apply for his / her benefit; own decision under immigration law.

It may still be possible for Oberlander to impose a Federal Appeal Court to hear his case for reasons outside the Immigration Act but he does not. higher court hearing only a fraction of cases decided by a Federal Court.

In September, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said Canada should never have been a "safe place for offenders of war and those who have been opposed to crimes, who have committed crime against humanity."

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Nov 23, 2018/12: 19f | Story:

A probationer says that he could have happened close to Santa's species after having found Santa's reindeer on Newfoundland's way.

Jason White says that a herdman about a dozen caribou on Trans-Canada Highway, a light snow around her, near Loch Fèidh was suspended on Thursday morning.

"We usually see a lot of sheep, but that's my first friend, especially in a herdsman," he said on Friday morning.

Geal, a driver of Ice Block for Conception Bay South, killed a video of the herd and sent him to her Facebook page to show her children – especially her young son, who is near two years ago. Age 39

By Friday's day, a video was seen around 3,800 times on social media.

White said in the post, he thought that reindeer was lost on the west coast of Newfoundland.

"Not the first thing I thought. I have three children and I'm younger than two years old, so Christmas is kindly again. As soon as I saw them, I said, Oh my gosh, I got to get a video of this, "he said.

White said there was no other traffic at the time, so he was able to come close.

He said that his little boy was very happy to watch his & her; video.

"I have to play for about 10 hours last night when I got home from work."

Geal said he has been saddened by the revival of his video and says that some local parents have a " make sure they show their children.

"Many people show their children and tell them that you are not good because Santa is near … his reindeer is here."

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Nov 23, 2018 / 9:19 m | Story:

Army Salvation says that Canada-based distribution strikes have made a huge contribution to charity donations in the middle of the essential holiday season.

John McAlister, charitable speaker, says that he is usually a " receive most of the grant tests in November and December, but this year the collection of cracks that are available. come in and look much smaller.

McAlister was sending her & # 39; blames the slowing of job strikes for a 40 per cent decline in the number of grants received by the job program just up to now.

Breach of the mail service has been held since October 22, when members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers started to. Hold rotational tours for trying to & # 39; charter.

Work is caused by deduction of taxes and sizes of letters or emails and passports at a post office.

McAlister says that the decline in donations emphasizes the 1.7 million people who the charity is going to have. help each year.

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