Winnipeg police to share details of 4th homicide investigation in 2020, arrest

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg police spokesperson said officers will release information Wednesday about a homicide investigation they haven’t spoken of publicly before. It brings

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These Quebecers are lining up for days for a shot at sponsoring refugees

MONTREAL — The Quebec government will soon begin taking applications to sponsor refugees but with a cap on how many will be accepted some

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MTL 375 to end with a New Year’s Eve celebration

Montreal’s yearlong 375th birthday celebrations come to an end on Sunday with several New Year celebrations in Old Montreal. At noon, a free feast

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‘Wake-up call’: Study suggests kids who drink whole milk may be leaner

TORONTO — A new review of research suggests that Canadian guidelines for child milk consumption could be wrong. Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in

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Mourners to gather for slain teenager’s funeral in Hamilton today

HAMILTON — Family and friends will gather to mourn Devan Bracci-Selvey at the 14-year-old’s funeral in Hamilton today. The teen was stabbed to death

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‘It’s a concern that’s been percolating’: Property crimes rising in St. Norbert

As property crimes rise in the neighbourhood, a St. Norbert city councillor wants area residents to formally report crimes to help police. During an

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Park Ex business owners fight gentrification

Business owners at the corner of Ogilvy Ave. and Hutchison St. in Park Extensions are getting the boot. Their landlord has given them notice

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Adviser to Johnson dismisses concerns about Brexit tensions

Danica Kirka, The Associated Press Published Friday, September 27, 2019 5:13AM EDT LONDON — A senior adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has

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Prime Minister to discuss trade, Amazon fires at G7 summit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on his way to France to join the G7 summit. In addition to the many trade and political issues

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Poll shows Edmontonians support affordable housing, with a caveat

A Mainstreet/Postmedia poll shows Edmontonians are in support of affordable housing, but would not want it in their own neighbourhood. Out of the 800

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