Spring breaker puts holiday on hold to clean up Miami Beach

While visitors to Miami Beach were out in force to soak up the sun during spring break, one decided to put his holiday on

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U of R faculty issue strike notice for next Thursday

Published Friday, March 22, 2019 9:12PM CST Last Updated Friday, March 22, 2019 9:13PM CST The University of Regina Faculty Association has officially notified

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Accomplice in murder suspect’s escape to Vietnam receives two year sentence

Sean Airey received a two year prison sentence Friday after the 27-year-old admitted to helping murder suspect Nathan Gervais flee the country in 2016.

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Driver arrested after rolling vehicle near Milton RIDE check

Joshua Freeman, CTV Toronto Published Sunday, March 3, 2019 2:17PM EST Last Updated Sunday, March 3, 2019 2:20PM EST A driver who tried to

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Retail pot shop planned at Wonderland and Oxford

A retail cannabis store is expected to open in London in April near the intersection of Wonderland Road and Oxford Street West. Christopher Comrie

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Police say N.J. mom killed toddler because he wouldn’t eat or listen

BRIDGETON, N.J. — A criminal complaint says a New Jersey woman accused of killing her toddler son told police she struck the boy because

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Christine Sinclair scores goal No. 178 in Canada’s 1-0 win over Norway

MURCIA, Spain — Captain Christine Sinclair, chasing history, scored the 178th goal of her international career Tuesday to give the Canadian women’s soccer team

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Canadian tree farmers gift hundreds of Christmas trees to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

As Puerto Rico continues to grapple with the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Nova Scotian Christmas tree farmers are hoping an old tradition will

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Teen in remission uses Make-A-Wish to help cancer patients

An Edmonton teen is using her Make-A-Wish opportunity to grant 300 other wishes this holiday season. When she was 12, Sophia Ferris was diagnosed

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Drones, wood chips and beet brine now part of cities’ arsenal in war on winter

Morgan Lowrie, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, December 13, 2018 2:19PM EST Keeping Canadian city streets clear in winter has been a source of

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