Edmonton, Calgary top Canadian cities in unemployment

Alberta has the second-worst provincial unemployment rate in Canada after Newfoundland and Labrador.. According to new Statistics Canada data, unemployment reached 15.5 per cent

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Town of Russell, Ont. approves plan to rededicate its name

RUSSELL, ON. — The town of Russell, Ont. is moving ahead with a motion to rededicate its name. Town council approved a motion Monday

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Ontario government halts commercial evictions in COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO, ONT. — The Ontario government is putting a temporary ban on commercial evictions to help small business owners who are struggling to pay

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CNN and ‘Sesame Street’ to host a town hall addressing racism

As anger and heartbreak have swept across America over the killing of yet another Black man at the hands of police, CNN and “Sesame

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Emergency crews evacuate Maple Lodge Farms in Brampton after possible ammonia leak

TORONTO — A possible ammonia leak has prompted police to evacuate Maple Lodge Farms in Brampton. Peel Regional Police say no injuries have been

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Woman seriously injured during backyard fire

WATERLOO — A 53-year-old woman has been seriously injured during a backyard fire, according to Wellington County OPP. First responders were called to the

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Johnson & Johnson to discontinue talc-based baby powder in Canada and U.S.

TORONTO — Johnson & Johnson has decided to permanently discontinue its talc-based baby powder in Canada and the U.S. and is blaming “misinformation” about

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‘It’s hard to feel helpless’: Toronto man claims he was kicked out of taxi for being gay

Katherine DeClerq, CTV News Toronto Published Friday, November 2, 2018 8:06PM EDT A Toronto man said that he was kicked out of a taxi

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Markham retail clerk says shopper coughed on coins and made COVID-19 threats

TORONTO — Police are looking an incident where a man allegedly coughed on coins and threatened a teen clerk with COVID-19 at a Markham

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Ontario Energy Board to hold off on setting summer rates

TORONTO, ONT — The Ontario Energy Board says it’s holding off on setting new electricity prices for the summer months. It says it typically

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