St. Agatha StrawberryFest cancelled over volunteer shortage

A popular Waterloo Region festival is in jeopardy, and its organizers say they’re worried about the fates of other events hosted by small communities.

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Elderly man confirmed dead after Russell Road crash

CTV Ottawa Published Sunday, April 29, 2018 5:26PM EDT Last Updated Monday, April 30, 2018 5:26AM EDT Ottawa police are investigating a fatal crash

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Doctor shocked at lack of naloxone kits in Windsor, police and fire chiefs respond

It’s considered a tool to help curb opioid abuse deaths. The province is making emergency naloxone kits available to all 500 police and fire

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SaskEnergy surcharge money returned to municipalities in 2018 budget

CTV Regina Published Wednesday, April 11, 2018 5:20PM CST Last Updated Wednesday, April 11, 2018 6:45PM CST The provincial government has introduced a SaskEnergy

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More snow means more cost for removal

From CTV Northern Ontario’s Jairus Patterson: With more snow on the way, many have concerns about costs, how it will impact removal budgets? Source

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Investors Group Field to light up in Broncos colours

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will pay tribute to the Humboldt Broncos Thursday by lighting its home stadium up in green and yellow. The tribute

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RCMP ask for public’s help in church theft investigation

 Greenwater RCMP and Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help in an investigation involving a theft that happened in March in Kelvington, Sask.

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Former interim Liberal leader Bob Rae to serve as special envoy to Myanmar

Former interim Liberal leader Bob Rae has been appointed Canada’s special envoy to Myanmar, as Rohingya Muslims continue to flee violence in the country,

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Cash, watch taken in violent weekend robbery

A Stayner teen was stripped of cash and his watch in a violent weekend robbery. The OPP say two men entered a home on

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Community rallies to protect church for sale

Dwindling congregations are a sad reality for many churches in Canada, but in Cumberland, the fight is on to keep one standing. Source link

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