Police investigating three robberies involving weapons

London police are investigating three robberies at local businesses overnight. The first happened at 8 p.m. on Thursday in the area of Clarke Road

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City to consider request to tear down Château Laurier parking garage

The City’s Built Heritage sub-committee will be voting on an application next week that requests the old parking garage at the Fairmont Chateau Lâurier

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Frigid temperatures affect New Year’s events across the Maritimes

Cold temperatures are affecting New Year’s events across the Maritimes with several late day cancellations for the last day of 2017.      Cape Breton Regional

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CAA sets roadside assistance record due to cold snap

The cold snap hit Manitoba drivers hard this holiday season, according to CAA. The roadside assistance organization said it is “experiencing extraordinary high call

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Fire claims life of man in Roblin

Manitoba RCMP said an 85-year-old man died on Tuesday in a house fire in the RM of Roblin. The Mounties said fire crews responded

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‘Swastika Trail’ in southern Ontario to keep its name

A street in southern Ontario will continue to be called “Swastika Trail,” after the local township council voted against changing the controversial name. Puslinch

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Arbitrator sets new contract for Ontario college faculty following strike

TORONTO – An arbitrator appointed to settle a contract dispute with Ontario college faculty after a five-week strike granted them a 7.75 per cent

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Man beaten with folding chair outside of bank

A man was beaten with a folding chair and seriously injured outside of a downtown Barrie bank. According to Barrie police, two men were

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Australian man charged with brokering North Korea missile sales

Trevor Marshallsea, The Associated Press Published Saturday, December 16, 2017 8:26PM EST Last Updated Saturday, December 16, 2017 11:12PM EST SYDNEY, Australia — A

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