May concedes Brexit deal won’t pass ‘in near future’

LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledged that the government’s strategies to get her Brexit deal approved in Parliament failed, saying Saturday there’s

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City of Calgary launches new transit fare app while mask use remains optional

CALGARY — The new My Fare transit payment app launches on Canada Day, billed as a way to pay for tickets without touching pay

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Ontario reports significant rise in COVID-19 cases with most in Windsor-Essex

TORONTO — Ontario health officials reported a significant rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the province, with a majority in the Windsor-Essex

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New film tells story of nearly 5,000 North Korean orphans sent to Europe

SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF — Six decades after they returned to their homeland, traces of thousands of North Korean children orphaned by the Korean

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Book honours memory of Berry sisters

Chloe and Aubrey Berry were killed by their father on Christmas Day 2017, but their memory is living on in the pages of a

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Charlottetown statue of Sir John A. Macdonald covered in red paint

CHARLOTTETOWN — A statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in Prince Edward Island has become the latest in a series of defaced of sculptures

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Ontario long-term care home suffers possible privacy breach, minister says

TORONTO — A Pickering long-term care home has suffered a possible privacy breach, Ontario’s minister of long-term care said Saturday. Minister Merrilee Fullerton posted

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Volunteers help donate semi-truck load of free groceries to those in need

Volunteers from Regina’s Sikh community gave away a semi-truck load of free groceries to people in need on Saturday. This Sikh run charity, “Guru

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Shapiro says Blue Jays focused on supporting efforts to slow COVID-19

DUNEDIN, FLA. — Toronto Blue Jays president and chief executive officer Mark Shapiro says its too early to tell how much the 2020 Major

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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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