Pedestrian struck and killed in Alliston

A 45 year old woman has succumbed to her injuries after being struck and killed in Alliston The fatal collision happened just after 7:30

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Resources for victims of violent relationships emphasized following Jason McKay verdict

REGINA — Doug Campbell says he could tell there were serious issues in his daughter’s marriage that she was trying to downplay. “She would

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Jennifer Lopez and Shakira vow ’empowering’ halftime show

MIAMI — Jennifer Lopez and Shakira said their Super Bowl halftime show will pay homage to Latino culture, promising a joint performance that has

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Vigil remembers victims of Ukrainian Airlines crash

LONDON, ONT. — For the second day in a row a candlelight vigil has been held in London to remember all of the victims

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Tables and chairs removed from Cumberland St. Tim Hortons

OTTAWA — All tables and chairs have been removed from the Cumberland Street Tim Hortons in an effort to curb drug use and other

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Late December's OHL File

WATCH: CTV Northern Ontario’s Rick Wyman brings you the last OHL File of the year. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4745549.1577490751!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories

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Is Canada the Christmas tree capital of the world?

TORONTO — Parts of the picture-postcard open roads around Nova Scotia are lined with forests full of majestic evergreen pines. On the approach to

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Northern Pulp mill will shut down without extension to Boat Harbour deadline: CEO

HALIFAX — The CEO of Paper Excellence Canada, the parent company of Northern Pulp, says the Pictou County mill will have to shut down

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Local Iraqi community calls attention to plight in homeland

LONDON, ONT. — Members of the London Iraqi community are worried about loved ones back home. That’s because they say the government there is

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Teacher contract talks stall as deadline for one-day strike looms

TORONTO — Contract talks between the Ontario government and the union representing the province’s public high school teachers appeared to be at a standstill

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