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She has not awakened since she was … For nearly a year and a half, a Labrador retriever named Archie helped Debbie Carleton get out of bed every day.Archie was matched with Carleton, a Halifax Regional Police detective who logged more than two decades on the job, by Canadian Intervention and Assistance Dogs, or CIAD.But Carleton, who now lives in New Brunswick, will spend Christmas without Archie, after the service dog organization took him back.It's left her grieving the loss of the bond she had with Archie and without a service dog to navigate daily life. She served as co-creator and director of the show.Latimer posted a Facebook message on Monday saying, "I have listened to my community and feel that stepping away from the production is the appropriate course of action. "It's been actually an adventure, both wonderful, but also terrifying," she said. The seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 10. Savikataaq says his government is still working on its plan to roll out the vaccine once it arrives in the territory. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced in a video released on Dec. 14 and recorded next to a cargo plane at Calgary International Airport that the province's first 3,900 vaccine doses had arrived. Bourdon's family has set up a GoFundMe fundraising page called "A Home Destroyed by Abuse and Arson." "As time passed, I saw the dog's behaviour improve, with much of [the] training done by Ms. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said an initial shipment of 4,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine would be available at two clinics in the regions covered by the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser health authorities, before immunization is eventually expanded to 30 sites. Relationships and trustOne of those agencies is the East Preston Family Resource Centre and Daycare, which usually serves about 300 families. Over the past seven days there have been a total of 779 new reported deaths. It has since reopened, but during the lockdown the staff made care packages to drop at doorsteps with milk and diapers for families with babies. Mayor Drew Dilkens led the walk down the Ganatchio Trail in support of Sara Anne Widholm who was attacked on October 8. The event is being held in honour of Anne Widholm who walked the trail daily picking up trash along her way to keep it clean. BIA Board Chair Ivano Labricciosa says it’s unfortunate there was  such a low voter turnout, however, he says the board respect’s council’s  decision. The groups next in line are people living in private seniors residences, followed by residents of isolated communities and then anyone aged 80 and over. The first freezer able to store the Pfizer vaccine at low temperatures has been delivered and installed, with another four on the way. Accused in 2017 Ganatchio Trail attack found guilty of second-degree murder. © Dalson ChenA close-up of the plaque at the memorial area on the Ganatchio Trail dedicated to Sara Anne Widholm, who died at the age of 76 in 2018 following a brutal beating on Oct. 8, 2017. Russia said on Tuesday it had expanded its list of European Union officials barred from the country in response to what it described as "unacceptable" sanctions against Moscow over the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. As a detective, she investigated difficult cases, from sex crimes to human trafficking. There have been 70,421 tests completed._ Prince Edward Island: 91 confirmed cases (seven active, 84 resolved, zero deaths).There were zero new cases Monday from 905 completed tests, for a positivity rate of 0.0 per cent. 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Chris Salhany, general manager of the club, said nevertheless the ski hill will treat this as a "pause" in operations and that it expects to reopen on Jan. Officials called the attack "random" and vicious. "We really thought the closures were behind us. "Ottawa police have seen a small but steady number of cases, without any COVID-related spike. "We know the community, our staff and our board are so knowledgeable of this community. XRP, the third-biggest cryptocurrency by market value, was created and sold initially by San Francisco-based Ripple. *The total case count includes 13 confirmed cases among repatriated travellers.There were 6,381 new cases Monday from 73,365 completed tests, for a positivity rate of 8.7 per cent. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.33 per 100,000 people. Labricciosa says he’s “proud” of what the BIA has accomplished over  the years, noting several initiatives were brought to the downtown core  because of the advocacy of the BIA, such as regular garbage pickup, the  expansion of the BIA boundary area, and a new sidewalk snow clearing  pilot project which is set to begin next year. "Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said city staff haven't seen an unusual spike in inter-provincial travel and he finds police checkpoints at bridges ineffective. The overall death rate is 19.67 per 100,000 people. The seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 18. Over the past seven days there have been a total of 118 new reported deaths. "That didn't happen. "It was challenging, but it was really rewarding to see that they knew we were still there for them," said Claudette Colley, the centre's office manager. "Having known Ms. Carleton for a long time and having had an opportunity to observe the dog, from the very beginning Archie, unfortunately, did not behave like that of other service dogs who I had an opportunity to observe," Sokolenko said in an email Sept. Less than 48 hours after a judge sided with an abused wife in court — allowing her to live in the Calgary home she once shared with her husband, who is serving a prison sentence for brutally beating her — Molotov cocktails were thrown through the windows of the house, causing it to burn to the ground. Council voted to disband the BIA at a special meeting earlier this  month following a secret ballot vote by BIA members. Then the government expanded the list of eligible family members able to join or visit relatives in Canada, and has since expanded that list further. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 22 ...What we are watching in Canada ...Ontario Premier Doug Ford wants the federal government to move faster on COVID-19 testing for incoming international travellers as a new variant prompted more border closures. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection has seen a similar jump in youths being exploited online. There have been 2,416,126 tests completed._ Ontario: 158,053 confirmed cases (19,019 active, 134,867 resolved, 4,167 deaths).There were 2,123 new cases Monday from 52,723 completed tests, for a positivity rate of 4.0 per cent. The BIA fulfills its mandate in many ways such as holding events like  Kars on King, Summer Fest and Bikes on Bond, beautification efforts,  economic development and marketing. "Scammers based overseasPolice believe the majority of the blackmailers targeting people in Gatineau are based outside of Canada. On Sunday, October 8, 2017, Anne Widholm took a morning stroll on the Ganatchio Trail in Windsor, Ontario. '"Suokonautio and all the YWCA staff worked from home instead of the office because of public health restrictions.She made a list of the codes on the back of the gift cards so she could track them and deliver a full accounting to the contributor, proving none had been used fraudulently or gone missing. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 9,473 new cases. So just to continue what we were doing — we've been doing it for over 46 years," she said. "Working pregnant during the pandemic, not knowing anything about this virus ... not knowing what kind of impact it has on a pregnant woman and on a baby. "During the time Carleton has been off work, CIAD was founded in Nova Scotia as part of a group of service dog training schools that were chosen and funded by the mental-health services provider Wounded Warriors Canada.CIAD is a non-profit run primarily by volunteers and focused specifically on matching service dogs with first responders. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of six new cases. She said he was dropped off at her house on June 30, 2019.Problems with obedience"It just seemed like the perfect thing for me to have a service dog, to be able to help me in my recovery and to get some kind of quality of life back," Carleton said. Bourdon's husband, Trevor Deitz, 42, was sent to prison in May for a vicious attack on his wife six months earlier, during which he threatened to kill her, choked her unconscious and broke her wrist. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.19 per 100,000 people. But now I think we have some information and we're trying to take a positive approach to it and help people the best we can," Stuive said.WATCH | Two Toronto paramedics speak about how their job has changed since the pandemic began: 2020 has been a time of fear, stress and uncertainty for many people, as businesses laid off workers and public health officials warned people to stay at home. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.39 per 100,000 people. A “very, very important piece of evidence,” she said, was video purporting to show Ahmadi leaving the scene more than an hour after the attack, emerging out of the bushes, and “wet from head to toe,” walking in the opposite direction from police and emergency workers with a bag containing clothing stained with his own blood and that of Widholm. We love these gadgets and think you will too! "Government knows they don't have the resources to get into the community level," he said. And unfortunately that didn't happen.". Her grandparents even called him "the gentle giant." The rate of active cases is 6.31 per 100,000 people. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 15,932 new cases. Ahmadi's sentencing hearing is scheduled for Jan. 11-12, 2021. Hillier has said the province also expects to receive between 30,000 and 85,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine by the new year, pending its approval by Health Canada. Police can help individuals in abusive situations create safety plans by ensuring they have a safe place to go in an emergency, an escape plan, supplies and support.To find assistance in your area, visit or "The letter serves as a reminder of the consequences the offender may face should the infraction be committed again in the future. WATCH | Calgary house fire on Dec. 3: With Deitz behind bars, her sister said Bourdon, 41, felt safe to begin divorce proceedings. "It's definitely stressful because it's a new disease that we didn't know much about. Named after the Indian word for Lake St.Clair, t he Ganatchio Trail features three distinct sections: urban, suburban and naturalized parkland. Many Black families live in East Preston and the surrounding area. From the start, there was nothing “alleged” about it, and the report offered no insight on the attacker. So they already had the trust before COVID happened. "It's a big increase for that type of crime," said Gatineau police spokesperson Andrée East. However, some families have limited or no access to the internet, so Suokonautio said the YWCA asked to receive some money in actual gift cards for distribution. It has since expanded to also include veterans.After an application process, Carleton was matched with Archie. The report comes as the Pentagon struggles with a broader effort to expand diversity within the ranks. "This was a huge exercise of trust, and trusting social service partners, and trusting our interest in community," she said.She calls it a "humbling" experience to be asked to show that agencies such as hers have the ability and knowledge to help people through this time.Brownlow said he also hopes the centre's staff have shown to government they are able to make a difference at the grassroots level. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is 589.There were five new reported deaths Monday. Police are charging that Habibullah Ahmad, 21, attacked Widholm and left her unconscious, bleeding and near death on the trail. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is zero.There have been no deaths reported over the past week. — After savagely beating an elderly Windsor woman into a coma, Habibullah “Danny” Ahmadi explained to police that the senior he met by chance on the Ganatchio Trail three years ago “scared” him. The province plans to vaccinate more than 100,000 people by March -- that's roughly seven per cent of Manitoba's population. Calgary police helping with victim's 'safety plan' In the early morning hours of Dec. 3, less than two days after the judge's ruling, the couple's home was set on fire. The rate of active cases is 339.73 per 100,000 people. "It's been a rough time to say the least, because the stigma of being a police officer, especially a female police officer, you're always having to prove yourself over and over and over again. "Of course, they've dealt with patients who've tested positive for COVID-19. Health Canada said in a statement that it's aware vials may contain more than the five doses of 0.3 millilitres indicated on the label. "Let's get the testing at the airport and stop the leak," he said. And that's just something that we both have to sort of accept. There have been 5,855 tests completed._ Northwest Territories: 24 confirmed cases (three active, 21 resolved, zero deaths).There were zero new cases Monday from 26 completed tests, for a positivity rate of 0.0 per cent. Alberta's chief medical officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw said extra vaccine in vials would be given when possible. "We have stressed that TBS has provided insufficient analysis to demonstrate that each measure mandated by the standard is necessary, effective, and the least privacy-intrusive measure available," the memo says. Moe says vaccinations for the general population is expected to begin in April. ski resort grows to 96 cases, Lady A Open Up About Controversial Name Change In Wake of BLM Movement, You Can Buy Face Masks That Let You Match Your Pet, Looking For a Home COVID-19 Test? "It doesn't matter if there's 10 people getting through, that's 10 too many that are going to be out in the community spreading COVID." But as the case count continued to rise and as more people began to let down their guard, Moonen says he became frustrated. There have been 293,909 tests completed._ Alberta: 91,459 confirmed cases (19,165 active, 71,434 resolved, 860 deaths).There were 1,240 new cases Monday. "In her mind, there was always this struggle and this back and forth between who he was when he was good and loving her ... versus the monster he could be," Danusia said. More court and crime stories from CBC Calgary: In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Realtors were completely shocked when they walked into the house... talk about the surprise of a lifetime! Date of experience: December 2017. Those working in long-term care facilities and intensive care units were the first people to take part in the province's immunization program. The Ganatchio Trail. The hospital has an ultralow-temperature freezer to store the vaccine. Details of Deitz's attack on Bourdon come from an agreed statement of facts filed with the court as part of his guilty plea in May. The general functions of a BIA are to oversee the improvement,  beautification and maintenance of city-owned land, buildings and  structures in the downtown core. Betteridge emphasized that the incident is a statistical anomaly, and the Ganatchio Trail system is safe for public use. The overall death rate is 6.69 per 100,000 people. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.3 per 100,000 people. The case invites comparisons to an attack across the border in Windsor, Ontario. We noticed we were getting more frequent calls for people with mental health complaints, people who were feeling anxious, just like we were, and that's okay. Family's warning Bourdon's family want women in dangerous relationships to pay attention to warning signs, such as controlling behaviour, being isolated from friends and family and any form of physical abuse. “As we have promised, this vaccine will be available for all EU countries at the same time, on the same conditions," said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. "It's a lot of guesswork and we hope that we get it right, you know, sometimes we do have missed opportunities," she said.The decision to collect the first COVID-19 vaccine vial, however, was an easy one, she said.Bennett said the vial bottled up a feeling many people are craving. “Now we must all move forward with meaningful, lasting, and sustainable change.”\---This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 22, 2020The Canadian Press, The largest mass immunization effort in Canadian history began Dec. 14 in Ontario and Quebec after the country received its first COVID-19 vaccine shipment. The rate of active cases is 3.91 per 100,000 people. "Then we also had — FedExed to my home — $46,000 in grocery gift cards. She became a nervous person and lost weight and her confidence. Now, several months later and in a new wave, we thought we'd check in with a few of those featured to find out what's changed for them.Despite all of the unknowns, Cleiman spent the spring working with the University Health Network. "The sentiment had kind of changed where, 'Oh, this isn't a real thing,'" he said. Deitz wanted to select the realtor who would sell their home and set the sale price. Windsor police extend the dark side of Habibullah Ahmad's vicious attack, Ganatchio Trail, Windsor, Anne Widholm. Another 121 passengers received yellow warning cards.Air Canada spokesperson Peter Fitzpatrick said the airline has complied with reporting obligations and worked with Transport Canada during its investigations.Air Canada was one of the first airlines to require face coverings and recently strengthened its policy to improve the safety of passengers and crew members, he said. The Santa Clara River Trail is a rail trail that is used as a paved bicycle and walking path located in the city of Santa Clarita, California.. Over the past seven days there have been a total of 127 new reported deaths. jail, Feds sue Walmart over role in opioid crisis, Apple in 2021: The iPhone is taking over everything, COVID-19 cluster at B.C. The overall death rate is 2.45 per 100,000 people. The rate of active cases is 418.85 per 100,000 people. Testimony showed Ahmadi had consumed magic mushrooms and smoked marijuana at the time of the attack. "I would like to send a special thanks to our staff that have done so much to create a safe environment for us to work and play. “Council has also not indicated how they would fund  any of the BIA initiatives if they were to continue them.” However, Labricciosa says he is focused on a smooth transition. Ahmadi was arrested a short time later near his Little River Acres subdivision home located about a kilometre away. 1 2 The rate of active cases is 213.89 per 100,000 people. The Canadian military is assisting a massive effort to distribute 249,000 doses developed by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and German partner BioNTech. Deitz was to go on trial on 12 charges in May, but before Bourdon, who was terrified, had to testify against him, lawyers were able to work out a plea deal. The blackmailers sometimes broadcast a pre-recorded video that has been edited to make the victim believe they are engaging in a live chat with a real person. “We’re ecstatic that most businesses are still open and around,” he says. 24. Strang said because the vaccine has specific handling requirements, Pfizer has stipulated that the initial round of immunizations take place near where the doses are stored. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 27 new cases. Contents. 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The chair of the Downtown Oshawa Business Improvement Area (BIA) says  he’s “disappointed” by city council’s decision to disband the  organization. — Prince Edward Island In Charlottetown, a physician, a resident-care worker and a registered nurse were among the first people vaccinated on Prince Edward Island on Dec. 16. "Carleton said she even found a trainer to work with her in New Brunswick, so that trainers wouldn't have to travel from Nova Scotia. Landry said small business owners in Ottawa shouldn't be looped in with other regions. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is 252.There were three new reported deaths Monday. The filmmaker from Thunder Bay, Ont.,  says she's leaving the production after seeking advice over concerns raised about the accuracy of her claimed Indigenous ancestry. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.76 per 100,000 people. If they violate quarantine, they can face heavy financial fines or jail time.But Ford compared the way the border is being managed to a leaky roof on Monday.He said close to 64,000 people arrived at Toronto's Pearson airport last week alone and suggested they were basically unchecked. Retired gen. Rick Hiller, who is leading Ontario's vaccine task force, said half the shots would be administered last week, and the other half would be intentionally held back to give the same workers a required second dose 21 days later. — Manitoba A doctor who works in an intensive care unit became the first person in Manitoba to get the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec 16.Premier Brian Pallister said some 900 health-care workers in critical care units would be the first to receive the vaccine. "CBC Toronto spoke with Cleiman back in May as part of our Front-line Heroes series, which featured dozens of people making a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic. "She said the decision to remove Archie "was not made easily. The ninth fine was to a passenger who flew from Vancouver to Whitehorse on Air North in August.Transport Canada has issued 12 warning letters to passengers on Air Canada flights, two to Jazz passengers and two to people on Air Transat flights, while Air North, Calm Air, Flair, KLM and Swoop each had one passenger who received a warning letter.While Transport Canada provided information in September on the amounts of the first two fines levied — one in June for $1,000 and another in July for the same amount — it would only provide ranges for the amounts of most of the fines.Overall, two people were fined between $100 and $500, five received fines ranging from $501 to $1,000, one passenger was handed a fine that ranged from $1,001 to $1,500 and another was hit with a fine of between $1,501 and $2,000.Another 63 passengers have received warning letters. That's because a growing number of countries, including Germany, have barred travellers from South Africa while they assess how much danger the new variant poses. “There has been no indication as to whether or not City Council would  cease to hold all events, maintain the beautification efforts,  marketing, and shut down the website and social media presence,” the  statement continues. "It's a health and safety concern to all, but it's their work environment, and they need to be safe when they're in their work environment. Dr. Robert Strang said the first shots in Nova Scotia were destined for 350 front-line health workers in Halifax and would be administered at a clinic close to the Dalhousie University campus, where the province's first shipment of the vaccine is being stored. "We don't deserve this at all. He installed rigid plastic barriers and reduced his staff hours to follow capacity guidelines, all in an effort to flatten the curve in Ottawa.Ottawa came out of a modified Stage 2 lockdown in early November that prohibited indoor dining, gyms, casinos and movie theatres.The city has had relatively low COVID-19 case numbers and deaths in recent weeks, compared to other regions in Ontario. "I kind of felt like me and Deb and a couple of the other handlers were guinea pigs, and it didn't work out so now they're backpedalling," he said. Most incoming travellers are required to quarantine for 14 days and are screened for symptoms of COVID-19. “It’s difficult to accept,” he says. Authorities said that as of Dec. 20 a total of 4,716 inoculations had been administered.— Ontario Ontario received 6,000 doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine last weekend and began giving them out on Dec. 14. "Bell said WestJet has issued 34 red cards to passengers who refused to wear masks on board — barring them from flights on WestJet, WestJet Encore and Swoop for a year. One day, a man from a car rental company showed up and dropped off a cheque for $1,000.Another day, a couple brought a $5,000 cheque after learning more about the Black Lives Matter movement. Still, the Calgary Police Service's domestic violence unit is working with Bourdon "to ensure they have an appropriate safety plan in place." Ottawa business owners say they're being swept up in the latest provincewide lockdown that punishes them for following the rules. The province is also looking at securing freezers from the private sector. The 76-year-old woman died in the hospital on December 16, 2018, after being brutally beaten on the Ganatchio Trail … The seven-day rolling average of new cases is four.There have been no deaths reported over the past week. __ Northwest Territories The premier of the Northwest Territories says N.W.T. There have been 5,227 tests completed.This report was automatically generated by The Canadian Press Digital Data Desk and was first published Dec. 22, 2020.The Canadian Press. Thank you for your feedback. "We do not feel that this provides an actual link between poor credit and financial gain. Calls to are up 88 per cent since April 1, according to director Stephen Sauer. Photo by Laurie Harrison. Deitz would hurt her and then apologize; he would hit her and then promise to get help, she said. 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