Demonstrators return to immigration jail after attack, death

The Associated Press Published Sunday, July 14, 2019 5:40PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, July 14, 2019 7:58PM EDT TACOMA, Wash. — Demonstrators returned to

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Police trying to locate 18-month old girl, last seen with her father

Saskatoon Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an 18-month-old girl last seen in the company of her father. Police say Itzel

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‘Trifecta of rain storms’ triggers flooding fears in B.C.

Rainfall warnings remain in effect for parts of B.C.’s Lower Mainland, with wet weather to continue on Sunday for the already-saturated region. Environment Canada

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‘Not doing good’: Sask. crops struggling ahead of expected rainfall

Some Saskatchewan farmers have serious concerns on this year’s growing season if the province doesn’t receive some rainfall soon. Curtis Ridgway, a farmer in

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Gatineau flood clean-up begins | CTV News Ottawa

Nearly two months after historic flooding began in Gatineau, cleanup is underway. Residents began clearing debris and sandbags from the properties for disposal at

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New airboats could have practical use in search and rescue

While some are hibernating this cold Saskatchewan winter away, but Delroy Fauth is making the most of it with his new boat. “It goes

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Auto thieves more desperate, more creative, says MPI after SUV stolen from repair shop

Thieves are getting more desperate and more creative when it comes to stealing your vehicle. That’s the latest message from Manitoba Public Insurance. It

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5 things to know on CTVNews.ca for Thursday May 2, 2019: Oil fight, no sudden summer, costly celery

Oil took centre stage on Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s first day in office, as he threatened to cut off the province’s supply to B.C.

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Southern New Brunswick braces for the worst as flood waters continue rising

Holly McKenzie-Sutter, The Canadian Press Published Friday, April 26, 2019 1:47AM EDT SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Outside his family’s restaurant at the Saint John

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Facebook bans personality quiz apps after Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook is taking steps to ban personality quiz apps from its platform, more than a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. On Thursday, the

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