Unions not happy with Ford plan to privatize cannabis sales

Union leaders are outraged by the Ford government’s reported move to privatize the sale of cannabis. A government source told the Globe and Mail

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One for the books: B.C. woman graduates at 92

It took 92 years, but Nanaimo’s Joan Deebank has finally graduated high school – teaching us it’s never too late to achieve your dreams.

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What’s an ‘incel’? Unpacking the disturbing Facebook post linked to Toronto van attack

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Tuesday, April 24, 2018 4:22PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, April 24, 2018 5:37PM EDT A Facebook post that police allege was

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City to pursue limiting payday lenders in Ottawa under new regulations

David Smith, Algonquin College Journalism Published Wednesday, April 11, 2018 6:18PM EDT City Hall will be taking a closer look at capping the number

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Airlines warned of possible Syria strike

BEIRUT – European airspace authorities are warning aircraft to be careful over the next days when flying close to Syria because of possible military

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E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce appears to be over, agency says

The Public Health Agency of Canada says a deadly E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce appears to be over. The agency says as

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WRHA conducting internal review as family of Windy Sinclair looks for answers

As a Winnipeg family continues to look for answers in the death of their loved one, the tragedy has some speaking out about what

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