Skiing World Cup opens week early to avoid tourist crowds

VIENNA — The season-opening races of Alpine skiing’s World Cup in October will be brought forward one week to avoid tourist crowds in the

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‘A tough choice’: Mixed feelings as parents, teachers prepare for a return to school

TORONTO — Jill Promoli knows — even more than most parents — how quickly illness can spread through a classroom and be brought home.

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Nursing student says RCMP wellness check left her physically injured, emotionally scarred

TORONTO — A nursing student in British Columbia alleges she was physically injured and emotionally scarred by an encounter with an RCMP officer while

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Mouths to feed, no money coming in; rodeo stock contractors feel pandemic pain

CALGARY — Canada’s rodeo stock contractors are caught between bulls and broncs and an empty bank account. Rodeos cancelled or postponed because of the

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Mutonji and Ruban take Trillium Book Awards, Ontario’s top literary prize

TORONTO — Tea Mutonji’s “Shut Up You’re Pretty,” has been named the winner of the Trillium Book Award while Paul Ruban took the French

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MPI rates to increase in 2018: Public Utilities Board

The Public Utilities Board has approved a 2.6 per cent overall general rate increase for Manitoba Public Insurance in the coming year. The increase

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Fast-tracking construction will invite corruption, opposition says, but Legault disagrees

MONTREAL — The Legault government has written a bill to fast-track infrastructure projects in order to stimulate the economy, but opposition parties say it

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Police seek information on ‘suspicious fire’

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Police Service is looking for information from the public about a fire that occurred at a fitness facility. The fire

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George Floyd rally in Windsor draws hundreds for peaceful protest

WINDSOR, ONT. — What started as a small walk in solidarity with protests across the U.S. following the death of George Floyd, grew into

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Canada’s vulnerability to money laundering similar to other countries, expert says at B.C. hearing

VANCOUVER — A senior police officer from the United Kingdom with expertise in money laundering says “underground banking” linked to China has become a

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