Ontario history made as Guelph goes green

For the first time in history, a Green Party MPP has been elected to Queen’s Park. Green leader Mike Schreiner has been declared the

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Wrong event, wrong time? Comedians offer their takes on Humboldt tribute hosts

TORONTO — Successful comedy routines are built on knowing the audience, but some Canadian comics say the American duo overseeing the Humboldt Broncos tribute

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Trump betting on large, friendly crowd at Michigan rally

Kevin Freking, The Associated Press Published Saturday, April 28, 2018 5:10PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, April 28, 2018 5:11PM EDT WASHINGTON — U.S. President

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Masse wins Commonwealth Games gold in backstroke

Windsor native Kylie Masse captured 100-metre backstroke gold at the Commonwealth Games in Australia. She won in 58.63 seconds. Masse, who won Olympic bronze

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Wynne in London touting high speed rail plan

Premier Kathleen Wynne made a campaign-style stop in London Friday, touting the virtues of the Liberal high speed rail plan. Wynne spoke to media

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Accessibility advocates express cautious optimism about Ontario budget

The Canadian Press Published Saturday, March 31, 2018 4:30PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, March 31, 2018 4:33PM EDT Accessibility advocates are expressing cautious optimism

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Khan hits 53 in losing cause for Canada at ICC U19 Cricket World Cup

LINCOLN, New Zealand – Captain Arslan Khan scored 63 runs in a losing cause Monday as Canada dropped its opener at the ICC U19

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Bitterly cold weather puts a strain on Calgary’s homeless agencies

Calgarians are scrambling for ideas to pass the time and stay warm amid an unusual cold snap over the holidays in December, but the

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Salvation Army Kettle Campaign reaches goal

Windsor-Essex has answered the call for help, again. Officials from the Salvation Army issued a call for help on Friday, needing to raise $38,000

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