Proposal to push Santa parades after Remembrance Day

LONDON, ONT. — City council is poised to end the angst caused by Santa Claus parades taking place before Remembrance Day. In a new

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Musicians barred from regular shows get creative during COVID-19

TORONTO — COVID-19 measures have made the world a little quieter, as public health measures limit large-scale performances for bands, choirs and musicians, but

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Man shot on the street in Montreal North, shooter flees

MONTREAL — A man in his 30s is recovering in hospital after he was shot on a Montreal North street on Friday evening. Montreal

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Western moves COVID-19 testing centre to Rec Centre

LONDON, ONT — Western University is moving its COVID-19 testing centre indoors to the Student Recreation Centre starting Monday. Students, staff and faculty can

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New cases of COVID-19 confirmed at six Ottawa schools

OTTAWA — New cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at six Ottawa schools, according to data from the Province of Ontario and from local

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Severe thunderstorms leave their mark and will continue to: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — As the morning continues, the clouds slowly start to break, leaving us a sunny and warm afternoon with less wind into the evening.

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COVID-19 Saskatchewan 17 new cases 15 hospital

REGINA — Saskatchewan is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total to 1,359 cases. Four new cases are located in

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Court hears people in naked kidnapping case had shared psychotic disorder

LEDUC, Alta. — An Alberta judge says three people involved in a bizarre kidnapping engaged in pseudo medical science while discussing the state of

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Employee suffers life-threatening injuries in workplace incident

KITCHENER — Waterloo regional police say a man was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a workplace incident on Monday. Police responded to

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Council to vote on controversial height of Inglewood development

CALGARY — Calgary’s historic Inglewood neighbourhood — famous for its Edwardian heritage buildings, restaurants and unique vendors — could soon be overshadowed by a

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