Man killed in two-vehicle collision on one-way road in city’s west

A 75-year-old man is dead following a two-vehicle collision on a one-way road in the city’s west Wednesday night.  The crash happened just after

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New York City’s COVID-19 death toll soars as ‘probable’ fatalities get counted – National

The official death toll from the coronavirus soared in New York City on Tuesday after health authorities began including people who probably had COVID-19,

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City of Saskatoon calling on province to act now to help city’s homeless during pandemic – Saskatoon

The Government of Saskatchewan needs to act faster to help Saskatoon’s homeless and vulnerable populations amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the city. “This

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Mayor Don Iveson speaks to city’s response to COVID-19 pandemic

Mayor Don Iveson will update the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic at  3 p.m. Thursday. CBC will livestream the mayor’s comments from city hall here. On

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Calgary artists question city’s public art strategy

Calgary artists and art groups say there needs to be more engagement surrounding city council’s decision to bring in an outside operator for its

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Edmonton economy to improve only slightly in 2020, city’s chief economist says

After a year marked by stagnant growth and weak job numbers, Edmonton will see “sluggish” growth in 2020, says the city’s chief economist. “We’re

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‘It’s going to be very expensive’: B.C. city’s gas heating prices going up, while most of province sees drop

Heating for homes in Revelstoke is about to get pricier. FortisBC announced that in 2020, Revelstoke customers will see a 12 per cent annual

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Kelowna haunted house spooking visitors, raising funds, donations for city’s food bank – Okanagan

If you’re looking to be scared and spooked, there’s just the spot for that in Kelowna. The Grenfell Road Haunted House is open in

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Winnipeg transit workers reject city’s offer, counter with ask for less money – Winnipeg

Winnipeg’s transit workers have voted against the latest contract offer from the city, immediately countering with a potential deal the union says would see

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Edmonton police chief set to tackle city’s growing meth problem

Crystal meth is destroying the community and needs to be dealt with, said Edmonton’s police chief Thursday as he vowed to tackle the problem. Chief Dale McFee

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