Possible class action after Freedom of Information web breach in N.S.

THE CANADIAN PRESS@ Published Monday, April 16, 2018 12:16PM ADT Last Updated Monday, April 16, 2018 12:23PM ADT HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia law

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Quebec government announces $2.5 billion to support local food industry

The Quebec government is hoping to give a boost to the province’s food growers in both local and international markets and will invest $2.5

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Storm blew historic building to Canada; Maine wants it back

LUBEC, Maine — A fishing-industry building on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places is half-submerged in waters near a Canadian island, and conservationists

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Vote for Ontario’s Worst Roads

Ottawa motorists have a chance to vent about the worst roads on the commute. Voting opens today for the CAA Worst Roads campaign. Ottawa’s

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Europe weather: U.K. army sent out; Dutch ice skate on canals

LONDON — Britain’s military was deployed to central and western England on Friday to help get hospital employees to work and to assist police

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Research uncovers new link between head trauma, CTE, and ALS

Researchers at Western University believe they have found a common link between the degenerative brain condition CTE, and a variant of ALS, or Lou

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20,000 part-time college workers vote to unionize

Approximately 20,000 part-time support staff at the province’s colleges have voted to join the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. OPSEU says 84 per cent

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Fire victim receives support from residents in Wynyard and Elfros

People in Saskatchewan’s Wynyard and Elfros area are working together to help a man who lost everything in a fire. Paul Botts home in

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