Bathurst approves Halloween bylaw restricting older teens, sets new curfew

City councillors in Bathurst, N.B. have amended a controversial bylaw that now bans older teenagers from trick-or-treating on Halloween. The bylaw also sets a

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Missing cat’s leg amputated after bullet shatters bones, owner awaits reunion

A Calgary family will soon be reunited with their pet after a nearly two year separation but the celebration was short lived after the

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LPRCA issues Lake Erie flood outlook for Sunday

The Long Point Region Conservation Authority (LPRCA) has issued a flood outlook for the Lake Erie shoreline area of the watershed. Strong lake winds

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Poll reflects on Toronto police Chief Saunders popularity

Rachael D’Amore , CTV News Toronto Published Thursday, October 12, 2017 11:30AM EDT A new poll looking at Toronto’s views on police and public

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Bloom resigns as lawyer for embattled movie mogul Weinstein

LOS ANGELES — Attorney Lisa Bloom says she is no longer representing movie mogul Harvey Weinstein as he confronts sexual harassment allegations. Bloom posted

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MADD urges Alberta pursue public model on cannabis to ensure safety first

EDMONTON — The advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving wants Alberta to sell marijuana through government-run stores — at least in the short term

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City clamps down on credit cards for councillors

The city is strengthening the rules around the use of credit cards by Winnipeg city councillors. The changes come after Coun. Jason Schreyer (Elmwood-East

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Chatham-Kent police searching for owner of military medals

Chatham-Kent police are asking for the public’s help in locating the owner of military medals that were turned over by a concerned citizen. Police

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