Quebec reports 25 additional COVID-19 deaths; confirmed cases spike to above 6,000

MONREAL — Quebec has now had 61 COVID-19 deaths amid the 6,101 confirmed cases in the province as of 1 p.m. Friday, the government

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WestJet confirms guest on recent Toronto-bound flight tested positive for COVID-19

TORONTO — WestJet has confirmed that a passenger on board a recent flight to Toronto has tested positive for COVID-19.  “The safety of our

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Kellye Nakahara, actress in ‘M.A.S.H.,’ dies at 72

Kellye Nakahara, known for her role in the TV show “M*A*S*H,” died Sunday, according to her sister, Nalani Coleman. Nakahara died at her Pasadena,

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Kovalchuk scores OT winner as Canadiens rally from behind to beat Maple Leafs 2-1

MONTREAL — Ilya Kovalchuk scored in overtime to give the Montreal Canadiens a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.

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Ontario to give up to $60 a day to parents affected by ongoing school strikes

TORONTO — Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced a government subsidy of up to $60 per day on the heels of another teachers’ union

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Raptors rediscover offence, surge past slumping Nets 121-102

NEW YORK — The Toronto Raptors were coming off their most inept performance of the season and their shooting looked just as off to

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Canada roars back to beat the U.S. at world juniors

OSTRAVA, CZECH REPUBLIC — Alexis Lafreniere scored seven seconds after the United States tied the game late in the third period as Canada beat

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Federal economic outlook improves, deficit projected at $19.9B in 2017-18

OTTAWA – The federal government is using an improved fiscal situation to make increases to some of its tax measures for middle and low

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Sens sell ‘Borocop’ T-shirt to help the Condors

The Ottawa Senators are making the most of Mark Borowiecki’s new-found fame as a crime fighter to raise money for a team close to

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Staff search for nostalgia, history as CTV Saskatoon turns 65

SASKATOON — This week marks a milestone as CTV Saskatoon celebrates 65 years of programming. On December 5, 1954 CTV Saskatoon (CFQC) first signed on

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