No kicking the button and no talking: Experts talk pandemic elevator etiquette

TORONTO — Elevator etiquette has always been important, because in tight and crowded spaces, proper behaviour is crucial. COVID-19 has only upped the fear

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N.B. man dead after motorcycle collides with pickup truck

HALIFAX — A man from Dieppe, N.B. is dead following a collision between a motorcycle and a pickup truck in Hillsdale, N.B. Just before

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Toronto Zoo opens this weekend for members only

TORONTO — The Toronto Zoo is now open again—but for members only. The tourist attraction has been shuttered for months due to the COVID-19

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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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Regina inmate who took own life was allegedly denied spiritual services

On Aug. 24, less than two years into his prison sentence, 28-year-old Waylon Starr took his own life at the Regina Correctional Centre Starr

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Unifor President speaks out against auto worker leave rules

Windsor, CTV Windsor Published Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:03PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:04PM EDT Unifor President Jerry Dias is condemning

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Gun-toting protesters storm Michigan Capitol, dennounce stay-at-home measures

LANSING, MICH. — The Republican-led Michigan Legislature refused Thursday to extend the state’s coronavirus emergency declaration and voted to authorize a lawsuit challenging Democratic

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Brazil becoming virus outbreak centre as hospitals reach breaking point

RIO DE JANEIRO — Cases of the new coronavirus are overwhelming hospitals, morgues and cemeteries across Brazil as Latin America’s largest nation veers closer

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Taylor Swift’s publicist takes aim at Kim Kardashian in feud

LOS ANGELES — The Kanye West and Taylor Swift public beef has reignited again with the ongoing feud now involving his wife and Swift’s

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Canada watching 70 cruise ships still sailing with 4,000 Canadians on board

OTTAWA — The federal government is trying to keep tabs on as many as 4,000 Canadians still on board cruise ships sailing around the

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