IOC inspectors face report on tough Olympic work conditions

Stephen Wade and Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press Published Tuesday, May 21, 2019 2:11AM EDT TOKYO — An IOC inspection team took a routine

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$100K worth of gold and silver buried in Edmonton for treasure hunt

There is $100,000 worth of gold and silver buried in Edmonton. Gold Hunt created treasure hunts for Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. Participants have to

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Quebec moves to tighten law on dangerous dogs, give municipalities flexibility

QUEBEC – The Quebec government is giving municipalities more tools to deal with potentially dangerous dogs, including allowing towns to order the animals put

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Sask. company building 30,000 square foot hangar at Regina Airport

CTV Regina Published Sunday, May 12, 2019 5:55PM CST Last Updated Sunday, May 12, 2019 6:42PM CST The newest addition to the Regina airport’s

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‘I’d be putting them in the ground now’: Cannabis home growers start planting

If you were among the Albertans who bought cannabis seeds for home-growing before supply sold out, experts say it is time to start planting.

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Estonia minister calls president ’emotionally heated woman’

HELSINKI — The new interior minister of Estonia on Thursday called the country’s first female president an “emotionally heated woman” for walking out during

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Residents concerned vehicles buried under snow are becoming safety issue

Ottawa Bylaw says they have received complaints about cars buried in the snow. Residents on Fairlea Crescent in the east-end say one car buried

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Striking college instructors hold rally at Queen’s Park

Striking college faculty are rallying outside government offices in Toronto, calling on the province to send college administrators back to the bargaining table. The

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London airport touting flights to ‘every major Canadian city’

With a recent expansion in airlines and destinations, the London International Airport says it is on track to see triple digit growth over the

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U.K. survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent

LONDON — A British man who survived exposure to a military grade nerve agent said he has questioned Russia’s ambassador to the U.K. about

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