NFL recommends some sideline players wear masks during games

The NFL is recommending that players on the sidelines who are not participating in a game or about to go on the field wear

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‘Arthur’ character Mr. Ratburn comes out as gay, marries partner

‘Arthur’ character Mr. Ratburn came out as gay during the 22nd-season premiere of the long-running animated children’s show — and people online could not

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‘Dramatic changes’: Study suggests more lakes fail to freeze over, could harm ice fishing, skating

TORONTO — Research out of Ontario’s York University suggests more and more lakes are not freezing over during the winter months, which can harm

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London’s top officials ready to lay fines if people break new gathering restrictions

LONDON, ONT — When Ontario Premier Doug Ford took to the podium Saturday for a rare weekend news conference, he may have been speaking

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Fewer kids on school buses translates into more traffic in Moncton neighbourhood

MONCTON, N.B. — An increase in traffic is always a sure sign that students are back in school, but residents in one Moncton neighbourhood

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Wait times at drive-through testing sites prompt concern from Sask. NDP

REGINA — The provincial opposition is concerned long lines at Saskatchewan’s new drive-through COVID-19 testing sites could discourage some people from waiting. On Tuesday,

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A musical performance expected to last for 639 years just marked a milestone

HALBERSTADT, GERMANY — Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening Saturday at a church in Germany: a chord change in an

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Eastern Ontario top doc confident in back-to-school precautions

OTTAWA — The top doctor in the Eastern Ontario Health Unit says he is confident in all of the back-to-school precautions and protocols that

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New U.S. aluminum tariff on Canada now in effect

TORONTO — U.S. President Donald Trump’s 10-per-cent tariff on Canadian aluminum imports takes effect today, despite Canada’s plan to hit back with $3.6 billion

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Possible COVID-19 transmission at north Regina Superstore: SHA

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is reporting a possibility of COVID-19 transmission at a north Regina Superstore earlier this week. In a

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