Questions surround future of Glace Bay arena

Patience is starting wear thin for some people in Glace Bay, N.S. The community’s only hockey rink has been closed for nearly a year

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More accusations expected to fly today in Ontario election campaign

A day after Doug Ford faced accusations of selling bogus party memberships, his Ontario Progressive Conservatives say they will announce revelations of anti-Semitism within

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Thousands remain in the dark as snow, ice and rain hits southern Ontario

The Canadian Press Published Monday, April 16, 2018 4:10AM EDT Last Updated Monday, April 16, 2018 4:11AM EDT TORONTO – Tens of thousands of

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“We’re not good enough today” Flames GM accepts responsibility following disappointing season

As members of the Calgary Flames returned to the Scotiabank Saddledome at the end of a season that failed to live up to the

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Robberies of delivery drivers may be linked

The same people may be responsible for two recent robberies of food delivery drivers, police say. The robberies occurred about a block apart in

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Handwritten ‘Frankenstein’ manuscript getting limited-edition release

To mark the bicentennial of the publication of Mary Shelley’s classic novel “Frankenstein,” an independent publishing house is releasing a manuscript that comes from

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Crystal meth and pellet guns seized from Langlois Avenue home

Windsor police have arrested a 34-year-old Windsor man and seized crystal methamphetamine and pellet guns after an investigation. Members of the Drugs and Guns

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‘We protected the farmland but forgot about the farmer’ – British Columbia

Should prime farmland be used to grow cannabis in concrete greenhouses, or as a dump site for fill — drywall and all — from construction

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Sentencing arguments in Amanda Lindhout kidnapping case set for March

OTTAWA — Sentencing arguments are slated for March 22 in the case of a Somalian man found guilty in the kidnapping of Amanda Lindhout.

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Former Shaw Communications CEO Jim Shaw dies at 60

CALGARY – Jim Shaw, the former chief executive of Shaw Communications Inc., died today following a brief illness. The Canadian telecommunications company says in

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