Andrew Scheer is resigning as Conservative leader

OTTAWA — Andrew Scheer is resigning as the Conservative leader, but will stay on until a replacement is named. “I will be asking the

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Rage Against the Machine announce reunion tour, will headline Coachella

Rage Against the Machine will once again headline Coachella to close out a reunion tour in 2020, the band announced Friday. The rock group,

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Liberals getting ‘hammered’ in Ontario’s 905 region: Nanos survey

TORONTO — New polling suggests the Liberals lost support in the suburban areas surrounding Toronto in the wake of Justin Trudeau’s blackface and brownface

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Toronto Argonauts confident they can upset Calgary Stampeders in Grey Cup

Bill Beacon, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, November 25, 2017 3:31PM EST Last Updated Saturday, November 25, 2017 5:44PM EST OTTAWA — The Toronto

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Justin Trudeau, Elizabeth May to make campaign stops in Waterloo Region

Day 6 of the federal campaign is off to a busy start in Waterloo Region, with two party leaders making stops here today. In

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Road safety a priority as students head back to school

Drivers are reminded to slow down and use caution as students across Saskatchewan return to school next week. Thousands of students will be back

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Motorcycle driver in critical condition after east-end crash

A motorcycle driver is fighting for his life after a two vehicle crash in the east-end Thursday night. Police say the crash happened just

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Two buildings damaged by early morning fire

Fire crews were called to a blaze at a house near the stadium on Thursday morning. The call came in shortly before 3 a.m.

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‘Listen carefully’ to concerns, Freeland says as China calls protesters ‘near’ terrorists

As China condemns pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong as engaging in “near-terrorist acts,” Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says it’s essential for governments

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Windsor artist receives highest Order of Canada honour

A Windsor artist and educator has been named a Companion of the Order of Canada. Iain Baxter&, pronounced Baxter-and, is among 83 appointments announced

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