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Body found in Northern Bruce Peninsula identified as Toronto woman; Shelburne man charged

Body found in Northern Bruce Peninsula identified as Toronto woman; Shelburne man charged
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Grey Bruce OPP says Christina Yadram s body was discovered on Sunday afternoon near Scugog Lane, prompting a police investigation.

The following day, a 32-year-old Shelburne, Ont., man was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

Investigators have not said if the victim and suspect knew each other but did say they believe this to be an "isolated incident."

The accused remains in police custody with a court appearance scheduled for Oct. 22.

Police ask anyone with information to contact them or Crime Stoppers.

A man armed with a bow and arrow killed several people and wounded a number of others in attacks in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg on Wednesday, local police said.

The Department of National Defence says the incoming commander of Canada s army is under investigation by the military police.

Saskatchewan is a few intensive care patients away from having to activate its triage protocol, which means doctors in the province could soon have to decide who can and cannot get care in intensive care units.

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Hollywood s Captain Kirk, 90-year-old William Shatner, blasted into space Wednesday in a convergence of science fiction and science reality, reaching the final frontier aboard a ship built by Jeff Bezos Blue Origin company.

A Winnipeg woman is calling on people to continue to be mindful of COVID-19 after her husband died from the virus, despite being fully vaccinated.

New visualizations show how popular sites across the world, including Canada s H.R. MacMillan Space Centre and B.C. s Fisherman s Wharf Park, could be lost to rising sea levels if carbon emissions continue at their current rate.

A new report estimates that 1,437 Canadians lost vision due to delayed eye examinations and treatments caused by lockdowns in 2020.

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Two Albertans in their 30s were among those reported to have died.

The White House confirmed Tuesday night that the U.S. land and sea border will reopen to fully vaccinated visitors from Canada and Mexico in November; however, officials would not specify what vaccines would be accepted or if mixed doses will meet eligibility tests.
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