Cyclist calls out OC Transpo after close pass by bus

OTTAWA — An Ottawa cyclist is calling on OC Transpo to educate drivers after a close call with a bus on a wet evening

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Army should help SQ in event of an intervention in Kahnawake, says union head

MONTREAL — The president of the union representing 5,400 Sûreté du Québec police officers is recommending to Premier François Legault to call upon the

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Man exposes himself to three kids in Woodstock: police

LONDON, ONT. — Woodstock police are investigating after they say a man exposed himself to three children Thursday morning. The incident took place between

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Canadian pleads guilty to terrorist charges in New York City: U.S. authorities

The Canadian Press Published Friday, October 6, 2017 5:20PM EDT Last Updated Friday, October 6, 2017 10:40PM EDT NEW YORK — U.S. authorities said

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Anti-pipeline protesters block international bridge in Niagara Falls in support of Wet’suwet’en

TORONTO — About 200 people stopped traffic at Rainbow International Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ont. on Sunday afternoon in protest of what they call

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Small dog attacked by owl in Sherwood Park backyard

A small dog is recovering after being attacked by an owl in a Sherwood Park backyard Tuesday night. Bailey, a 15-year-old Shih Tzu, was

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Temps stay above the seasonal average: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — It’s another fine February day, with mild temperatures across most of Saskatchewan.    Clouds will clear into the afternoon, bringing some periods

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‘When we landed in Trenton, we felt we were safe’ Ottawa man and mother evacuated from Wuhan

An Ottawa man is grateful to be back on Canadian soil after being trapped in Wuhan, China. Kai Huang and his 78-year-old mother Yi

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Friends and supporters rally for Nan Finlayson

‘Hey hey, ho ho, Nan doesn’t have to go,’ was a chant echoing through West London. Advocates for Nan Finlayson took to the streets

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Newfoundlanders, hunkered down in blistering winter storm, stockpile their #stormchips

TORONTO — When you’re about to be buried in two-and-a-half feet of snow, what’s the one food item you want to stock up on?

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