Price earns shutout with 31 saves, Canadiens snap Flames’ win streak

MONTREAL — Carey Price made 31 saves for his second shutout of the season and the Montreal Canadiens snapped the Calgary Flames’ five-game winning

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Cheeky sign gets laughs and more business for local pharmacy

LONDON, ONT — Humour at the expense of in-laws is nothing new, but for one local pharmacy it means drumming up a little more

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Province plans to appeal ruling that overturned student fee policy

Ontario is seeking to appeal a court ruling that struck down its directive making some post-secondary student fees optional. Training, Colleges and Universities Minister

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Cape Breton Regional Council upholds ban on night-time parades

SYDNEY — The tradition of lighting up the night for a Christmas parade has been a hot-button topic for weeks in the Cape Breton

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Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter needs stitches after fall

PLAINS, Ga. — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter fell Sunday at his home in Georgia and needed some stitches above his brow, but “feels

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N.S. daycare operators take pre-primary concerns to education minister

People who run daycares across Nova Scotia met with Education Minister Zach Churchill on Thursday to express their concerns about the province’s pre-primary program.

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‘Naive’: Police chiefs say handgun ban wouldn’t stop flow of weapons into Canada

Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, August 14, 2019 6:50PM EDT CALGARY — The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police won’t be supporting

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Canine unit who helped find Kitchener teens in Algonquin Park gets a tasty award

The crowd at the Ottawa Redblacks game cheered on as OPP Canine Zoe helped herself a well-deserved treat. Zoe, handler Scott Ganon, and Mike

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City councillors make case for and against new arena deal

While some members of Calgary city council have opted to take every last minute to decide whether or not to sign off on a

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End The Summer with Serenity at Calabash Cove Resort And Spa – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – August: the dog days of summer are still long and warm, and there’s still time to indulge in an adults-only

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