Tam urges Thanksgiving caution amid recent rise in cases of COVID-19

MONTREAL — Canada’s top public health officer is urging people to plan ahead to make sure this year’s Thanksgiving holiday is safe during the

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‘Who wants to hurt a dog?’: Sewing needles found in Woodstock park

WOODSTOCK — The Woodstock Police Service is investigating eight separate incidents of sharp objects being left in public parks and playgrounds. The most recent

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Green Speaker Series focusses on eco passages and at-risk species

WINDSOR – Issues surrounding species at-risk/road mortality was the topic of discussion as at the Malden Park Visitor Centre. Close to 50 people were

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Chatham-Kent mayor feels positive about issues facing municipality after AMO conference

WINDSOR, ONT. — The first ever virtual Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) conference has wrapped up. Chatham-Kent Mayor Darrin Canniff tells CTV News

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COVID-19 cases rise in Maple Leafs Foods plant in Brandon, Man.

TORONTO — By Monday’s shift change, workers at Brandon’s biggest employer, food processing company Maple Leaf Foods, learned that four more employees had tested

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Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Mississauga shooting

TORONTO — A man in his 20s has been critically injured in a shooting in Mississauga Monday evening. Emergency crews were called to a

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Weekend super-soaker: Here’s how much rain has fallen

EDMONTON — Steady rain across much of central and north-central Alberta hit regions NE of Edmonton the hardest. 50 to 60 mm of rain

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Canada’s vulnerability to money laundering similar to other countries, expert says at B.C. hearing

VANCOUVER — A senior police officer from the United Kingdom with expertise in money laundering says “underground banking” linked to China has become a

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Demolition begins at Misericordia Community Hospital

EDMONTON — Construction of the new emergency department in west Edmonton officially began Thursday with the demolition of an old building at the Misericordia

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With pysical therapy altered, Leamington couple worries about progress post-accident

WINDSOR, ONT. — Adjusting to pandemic life isn’t easy for Leamington’s Mike Doyle, who more than two years ago suffered a traumatic workplace injury

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