Emergency benefits: What each province is offering during the COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — The extraordinary economic hit caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has governments of all stripes offering unprecedented assistance to affected Canadians. It can

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Mexican women paint victim names to protest gender violence

MEXICO CITY — Adriana. Dulce. Paola. Nayeli. Ingrid. Maria — lots of Marias. These are just some of the names of the thousands of

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CTV National News: Attack on an Ontario bank

A bank north of Toronto was targetted in a violent robbery that left four employees injured. Austin Delaney reports on the investigation. Source link

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Abbas threatens to cut security ties with Israel, U.S.

CAIRO — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas threatened to cut security ties with both Israel and the U.S. on Saturday, in a lengthy speech delivered

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Inquiry into deaths of ex-soldier and his family set to begin Monday in N.S.

HALIFAX — Over three years after the bodies of Lionel, Shanna, Aaliyah and Brenda Desmond were found inside a home in Upper Big Tracadie,

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Winnipeg police to share details of 4th homicide investigation in 2020, arrest

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg police spokesperson said officers will release information Wednesday about a homicide investigation they haven’t spoken of publicly before. It brings

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These Quebecers are lining up for days for a shot at sponsoring refugees

MONTREAL — The Quebec government will soon begin taking applications to sponsor refugees but with a cap on how many will be accepted some

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Hillary Clinton praises Trudeau, celebrates Roy Moore defeat in Vancouver

The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, December 13, 2017 6:53PM EST Last Updated Wednesday, December 13, 2017 6:54PM EST VANCOUVER — Hillary Clinton says she

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Iran-backed bloc names Basra governor for post of Iraqi PM

BAGHDAD — An Iranian-backed bloc in Iraq’s parliament proposed Wednesday the governor of oil-rich southern Basra province as the country’s next prime minister, two

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Adie Knox pool, rink survive chopping block

WINDSOR — The future of the pool and ice pad at the Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex in west Windsor is safe after council

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