Flu cases on the rise in N.B., but vaccination rates remain low

CTVNews.ca Staff, with a report from CTV Atlantic’s Laura Brown Published Friday, January 4, 2019 6:44PM EST As the number of flu cases spikes

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Here’s what’s open and closed January 1-2

City offices Most are closed until January 2, including borough and Acces Montreal offices.  Government offices Quebec government offices will be closed January 1

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Atlantic Canada expected to ring in New Year’s Day with snowy weather

Environment Canada says the Atlantic provinces can expect to ring in the new year with some snowy weather. The forecaster says a low pressure

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Environmental and economic development choices split Canada’s First Nations

A Vancouver-area First Nation’s decision to support the Woodfibre LNG project may have come as a surprise to some, considering the nation’s role in

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Ford government prepared to force power workers back to work in case of strike

Shawn Jeffords , The Canadian Press Published Friday, December 14, 2018 12:10PM EST Last Updated Friday, December 14, 2018 2:39PM EST TORONTO — A

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Saskatoon airport prepares for busiest days of the year

It’s a busy time at the Saskatoon airport as holiday travellers are coming and going at YXE. Airport president and CEO Stephen Maybury says

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‘Every woman is a leader’: Speaker series aims to empower immigrant women – Edmonton

Giselle General’s mother, father and sister were killed in a motor vehicle accident in 1999 in the Philippines. Her aunt and uncle spent eight

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Jury recommends 27 changes to fix Ontario’s 911 system

A jury is recommending sweeping changes to Ontario’s 911 system after an inquest into the deaths of four people involving failed calls for help.

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Police hand out a few hefty fines for allegedly violating Cannabis Act

THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Thursday, October 18, 2018 12:52PM ADT Last Updated Thursday, October 18, 2018 12:53PM ADT The celebratory mood that marked the

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Heat warnings issued for southeastern Alberta

With temperatures expected to reach into the 30s C this week, Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for much of southeastern Alberta. ​ “An extended

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