Residents of N.S. community anxious after high-risk sex offender charged again

CTV Atlantic Published Wednesday, January 30, 2019 6:20PM AST Last Updated Wednesday, January 30, 2019 7:07PM AST Word that a high-risk offender is facing

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Point-Saint-Charles residents are angered at their local Y closing

MONTREAL — Residents in Point-Saint-Charles were surprised and angered when they found out three YMCAs including their local Y were being closed. Staff running

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‘We’re gaining steam’: Kayak polo championships in Calgary a chance to see the sport in action

CALGARY — A small group of athletes and fans got together in Calgary on Saturday to play a unique game.  The Provincial Youth Kayak

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Black Friday popularity growing, but not everything’s a good deal

LONDON, ONT. — It’s the Black Friday buzz and a deal hunter’s delight. The images are all too familiar, American shoppers clustered together waiting

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Pope in Madagascar insists: ‘Poverty is not inevitable’

Nicole Winfield and Trisha Thomas, The Associated Press Published Sunday, September 8, 2019 9:16AM EDT ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Pope Francis insisted Sunday that poverty

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The most Canadian way to accept a trophy? Bianca Andreescu says ‘sorry’

Bianca Andreescu is Canadian through and through. The new Grand Slam winner accepted her win with grace, poise and — an apology? Twitter is

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Man charged with manslaughter in fentanyl overdose death

Edmonton police have laid charges in connection to death of a Sherwood Park man, due to an overdose earlier in the year. Officers were

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Woman charged with indecent act, assaulting officer

A 25-year-old Wallaceburg woman is facing two charges after police say she assaulted a peace officer. Chatham-Kent police were called to a business on

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Andreescu downs Bouchard in all-Canadian first-round tilt at Rogers Cup

The Associated Press Published Tuesday, August 6, 2019 9:43PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, August 6, 2019 9:49PM EDT TORONTO — Teenager Bianca Andreescu defeated

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City to fog for mosquitos for first time since 2016

The City of Winnipeg said in spite of efforts to keep mosquito populations under control in light of recent rain, trap counts have risen,

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