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Hundreds of carollers gathered in a park in the southwestern Ontario community of Exeter Monday night to fulfill a local mans dying wish. Its absolutely fabulous, an emotional Harry Towle...
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Soldiers who took a military issued anti malarial drug while deployed overseas are prepared to sue the federal government over concerns that the drug may have caused debilitating mental health side effects. Two law...
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Although the drug crisis is believed to have started in urban centres, such as Vancouvers notorious Downtown Eastside neighbourhood, the number of deaths and opioid addictions in suburban and rural...
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Winnipeggers are pushing back against online commenters who have been mocking a recent episode of the Price is Right that featured a winter getaway to the city as one of...
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WASHINGTON — Critics of a criminal justice bill backed by President Donald Trump are making a final push to amend the legislation in a way that would likely kill its...
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Back in the early 1990s, Rick Rayman phoned home one weeknight to tell his wife he’d be late to dinner. His 10 mile training run was going to take longer than...
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Nearly 100 students will be laid off from their part time jobs at the Toronto Catholic school board because the programs they work for are being axed by the Ford government...
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Deb Ironbow says she was light headed, powerless and strapped to an operating table when a doctor asked her how he should proceed with her tubal ligation. “I said, ‘I don’t...
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NEW YORK Penny Marshall, who starred in Laverne & Shirley before becoming one of the top grossing female directors in Hollywood, has died. She was 75. Marshall s publicist, Michelle...
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OTTAWA — A witness called by lawyers for Vice Admiral Mark Norman alleged Tuesday that the Department of National Defence used a practice that kept records relating to the former second in command...
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With a tiny smile, Francesca Jones parents knew their daughter had been given the ability to hear just in time for her first Christmas. When six month old Francesca was born, it...
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As MPPs debate back to work legislation to keep power workers from zapping Ontario’s electricity system, Premier Doug Ford is not ruling out eventually designating them an essential service. “We haven’t crossed...
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OTTAWA— Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer believes he will be prime minister by this time next year, after defeating Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to lead his party to a...
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Bloomberg — U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed to shut down his embattled personal charity and donate its assets under an agreement with the New York attorney general who alleged...
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Marla Maples is the silent ex wife no longer. Spouse No. 2 of President Donald Trump departed her usual position firmly out of the spotlight and popped up Tuesday on the...
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Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi and International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr were in Edmonton Tuesday morning to announce the funding . Included in the announcement is $1 billion in...
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TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the hiring of a family friend as the province’s top cop will move forward despite allegations of political interference in the process. Ford...
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It appears that some of our scientific scholars have, perhaps unintentionally, joined the thrum of world leaders, activists, and others who have mocked U.S. President Donald Trump. And they’ve done...
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In September, Justice Maureen Forestell found Millard guilty of the first degree murder of Wayne Millard, whose death was initially ruled a suicide. A 75 year parole ineligibility is a record sentence...
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Bloomberg — If Donald Trump thought he could pressure China into changing course, he was sorely mistaken. Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged today to push ahead with his assertive policy agenda...