Human jawbone found near Uisge Ban Falls in Cape Breton

HALIFAX — A human jawbone was found Sunday morning near Uisge Ban Falls near Baddeck, N.S. Police say the bone has been identified as

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‘I should not be alive:’ Woman thanks bystanders who saved her life

OTTAWA — Lauren Carruthers hovers close to the spot on the sidewalk that she almost died. “It’s a little emotional walking this area,” she

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New art installation pays tribute to beloved St. Lawrence River humpback whale

MONTREAL — When a humpback whale swam into the St. Lawrence River this past summer, it captured the imaginations of Montrealers. Now, the beloved

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Sask. Health Authority declares COVID-19 outbreak in connection to Prince Albert church events

SASKATOON — The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has declared an outbreak affecting multiple jurisdictions in connection to a series of church events held in

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No disturbances during anti-racism rally in Red Deer

EDMONTON — There was a march through the streets downtown Red Deer on Sunday to stand up against racism, and things remained peaceful. More

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U.K., Canada impose sanctions on Belarus president, 7 others

LONDON — Britain has imposed sanctions on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, his son and six other senior government officials following the disputed presidential election

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Manitoba company helping solve need for housing

WINNIPEG — From shipping containers to homes, a family-run Manitoba company is working to help solve the need for housing in one northern community.

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Green Speaker Series focusses on eco passages and at-risk species

WINDSOR – Issues surrounding species at-risk/road mortality was the topic of discussion as at the Malden Park Visitor Centre. Close to 50 people were

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Suncor shares fall on lower oilsands guidance after mine fire repairs wrap up

CALGARY — Shares in Suncor Energy Inc. are trading sharply lower on 2020 production guidance cuts as it restarts its Base Plant oilsands mining

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Anti-mask protest in Windsor argues freedom is at stake

WINDSOR, ONT — Those attending an anti-mask protest in Windsor see the COVID-19 pandemic not as a threat to public health but, as a

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