Ontario ticket claims last night’s $18M Lotto 649 jackpot

The Canadian Press Published Sunday, November 10, 2019 6:08AM EST Last Updated Sunday, November 10, 2019 7:12AM EST TORONTO – A ticket sold somewhere

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Friday night Pats game cancelled due to ice issues

REGINA — Friday night’s game between the Regina Pats and the Swift Current Broncos at the Brandt Centre has been cancelled due to “an

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Water treatment planted rocked by explosion opens its doors five years later

The theme of water for this year’s Doors Open Waterloo Region drew many to a treatment plant with a history. Greenbrook Water Treatment Plant

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Alta. farmers harvest crop for charity, despite cool and wet weather

A rainy and cool summer has set harvesting season back two to three weeks, says one farmer involved with the annual “Share the Harvest”

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Swoop plane makes emergency stop in Regina

A plane headed for Alberta had to make an emergency stop in Regina on Wednesday evening. James Bogusz, CEO of the Regina Airport Authority,

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect for Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent

Environment Canada is tracking a evere thunderstorm capable of producing strong wind gusts, nickel sized hail and heavy rain. The storm is located near

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Scientists put tiny fanny packs on bugs to track their migration

Scientists put tiny radio-transmitting fanny packs onto bugs and found that wind and warm temperatures improved their migration travel times, according to a new

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LGBTQ+ community says lower wait-time limit for donating blood is still ‘discriminatory’

A decision by Canadian Blood Services to drastically reduce the wait-time for gay men to donate blood isn’t going over well with some in

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Supreme Court Justice Clement Gascon missing: Ottawa police

Police in Ottawa have issued a bulletin to locate missing Supreme Court Justice Clement Gascon. He was last seen on Wednesday afternoon heading southwest

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Extended breaks, long shopping trips: City building inspectors allegedly doing personal activities during work hours

Allegations of extended lunch and coffee breaks, long shopping trips, and being home by midday. Several Winnipeg building inspectors may have been caught on

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