Strait courage: Woman plans record swim across Juan de Fuca

Susan Simmons has MS, but it’s not slowing down her plans for a record setting swim across the Juan de Fuca Strait and back.

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Vehicle theft and garage prowling suspects arrested after Bearspaw crash, attempted carjacking

Two men are in RCMP custody following a Christmas Eve crash northwest of Calgary city limits and the subsequent attempt to remove a Good

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Saskatoon public high schools vote to eliminate graduation banquets

This will be the last year for graduation banquets at Saskatoon public high schools. The schools recently unanimously decided to discontinue organizing graduation banquets,

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No charges to be laid in multiple-vehicle collision

Moose Jaw police, firefighters, and paramedics responded to a multi-vehicle collision on Saturday. They were called to the 800 block of MacDonald Street West

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Province tries to patch up potholes on Hwy. 400

The province is trying to catch up with a growing pothole problem on Highway 400. The wild weather central Ontario has received is wreaking

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Blackberry to debut new product at Detroit auto show

BlackBerry Ltd., a company increasingly focused on technology for the self-driving vehicle market, is making an inaugural visit to North America’s biggest auto show

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Toronto Furies forward Jessica Platt comes out as transgender

The Canadian Press Published Thursday, January 11, 2018 5:50PM EST Last Updated Thursday, January 11, 2018 6:05PM EST Toronto Furies forward Jessica Platt has

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20,000 part-time college workers vote to unionize

Approximately 20,000 part-time support staff at the province’s colleges have voted to join the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. OPSEU says 84 per cent

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Frozen drain leaves townhouses with water woes

CTV Kitchener Published Friday, January 5, 2018 6:23PM EST Last Updated Friday, January 5, 2018 6:30PM EST Paul Jankura spent two days this week

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Shelters hitting “epidemic proportions” as bitter cold weather continues

As the temperature continues to plummet, emergency shelters in Windsor are bustling, at or near capacity and stretching resources to the max. Environment Canada

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