Honda extends manufacturing shutdown | CTV News Barrie

BARRIE — Associates at Honda say they will extend the production suspension of all of its automobile, engine and transmission plants across North America.

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Additional cases of COVID-19 discovered among employees at a Nova Scotia sawmill

HALIFAX — The number of COVID-19 cases confirmed at a sawmill operated by J.D. Irving Ltd., near Truro, N.S. has risen to three. On

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Toronto couple gets married virtually surrounded by friends and loved ones

TORONTO — A Toronto couple didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from celebrating their special day. Lina Marie and Mihai Miclea got engaged

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Trump’s push to open economy could come at cost of lives

WASHINGTON — The contrast could hardly be more stark. Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York has said that if all of his sweeping, expensive

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Your Independent Grocer stores open early to seniors only

OTTAWA — Several Ottawa grocery stores are having a seniors-only shopping opportunity. Starting Tuesday, many Your Indepenent Grocer stores will open from 7 a.m.

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Woodstock daycare workers charged with historic assault

LONDON, ONT. — Two 73 year olds, a man and woman, are facing a number of charges after a male victim came forward with

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Rail blockade dismantled in Quebec

Demonstrators at a rail blockade in Quebec in solidarity with a B.C. First Nation initially refused to leave, but eventually relented. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4823485.1582405132!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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Downtown councillors shut out of FEDCO committee

OTTAWA — Speaking at committee today Coun. Shawn Menard said “how do you justify not appointing members from huge swaths of regions on to

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Nassar victim: Michigan State leader offered secret payoff

LANSING, Mich. — A sexual assault victim of former sports doctor Larry Nassar confronted Michigan State University officials on Friday, alleging the school’s interim

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This Canadian group wants to stop genocides before they happen

TORONTO — Can words posted to social media suggest where a genocide might happen? Christopher Tuckwood thinks so. “If we look historically at any

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