Suspects in knifepoint robbery arrested on bus

Three children are facing charges following an alleged knifepoint robbery in northwest Kitchener. According to Waterloo Regional Police, the robbery occurred around 8:15 p.m.

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Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce requests $165M from feds to support business hurt by COVID-19

TORONTO — The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce is calling on the federal government to provide financial support for Black business owners affected by

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‘Beans’ remembers Oka Crisis through Mohawk girl’s eyes

A new feature film set during the Oka Crisis offers a view from behind the barricades through the eyes of a young girl. Called

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Woman seriously injured during backyard fire

WATERLOO — A 53-year-old woman has been seriously injured during a backyard fire, according to Wellington County OPP. First responders were called to the

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Ottawa Muslims remember those killed in New Zealand as they gather for Friday prayers

Joanne Schnurr, CTV Ottawa Published Friday, March 22, 2019 5:46PM EDT Last Updated Friday, March 22, 2019 6:29PM EDT The 50 souls who died

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Cape Breton musicians donate iPads for seniors

SYDNEY, N.S. — Many Maritime musicians are using their talents to entertain others online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now some Cape Breton performers have

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Church hit with vandalism; minister suspects anti-LGBTQ motivation

One of the ministers at a Waterloo church hit with graffiti says the vandalism may have been targeted at the church’s openness about inclusivity.

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Events continue to be postponed and cancelled due to COVID-19

WINNIPEG — The Osborne Villiage BIZ Canada Day Street Festival has added its name to the ever-growing list of COVID-cancellations. Brian Timmerman, executive director

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Set the Stage for a Memorable Family Reunion

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – Technology makes it easier than ever for families to stay in touch. Video chats, photo sharing, and instant messaging all

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TDSB wants to keep legal pot dispensaries ‘as far away from schools as possible’

The Toronto District School Board says that it wants to be consulted on the location of legal marijuana dispensaries so that it can work

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