Resident of Hawkesbury long-term care home dies due to COVID-19

OTTAWA — A resident at a long-term care home in Hawkesbury has died due to COVID-19. The United Counties of Prescott and Russell (UCPR)

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Coronavirus numbers in Quebec see massive spike as 1,279 people test positive in one day

MONTREAL — Quebec broke another record for new COVID-19 positive cases Saturday, as public health authorities reported that 1,279 more people tested positive in

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Halifax voters love the convenience, safety of electronic voting

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s municipal elections are this weekend, but already records are being broken. In Halifax, the number of people who’ve voted electronically

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Stress and anxiety increasing as second COVID-19 wave begins

KITCHENER — As COVID-19 cases climb, so does stress, anxiety and information fatigue. “We’ve seen a really steady increase in our calls – probably

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Fire crews battle Saskatoon garage fire

SASKATOON — Saskatoon fire crews worked to extinguish a garage fire Sunday night. It happened just before 9 p.m. at a detached residential garage

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Smoke from U.S. wildfires prompt air quality warnings for B.C., Alberta

TORONTO — With wildfires continuing to spread across the U.S. west coast, some parts of Canada are under air quality warnings as smoke travels

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Talk of 'fake bubble,' 'bubble in bubble' on U.S. Open's Day 1

For all of the obvious concessions to the coronavirus at the no-fans-allowed U.S. Open — near-empty arenas; silence pierced by the occasional clap, sneaker

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Altercation at March to Unmask protest gets physical

LONDON, ONT. — Video obtained by CTV news shows a verbal and physical altercation at an anti-mask protest in Victoria Park this afternoon.  An

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London police officer wins ‘Hero of the Year’ award

MIDDLESEX CENTRE, ONT. — London police Const. Evan Harrison has been named one of just three winners of the Police Association of Ontario’s (PAO)

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‘A tough choice’: Mixed feelings as parents, teachers prepare for a return to school

TORONTO — Jill Promoli knows — even more than most parents — how quickly illness can spread through a classroom and be brought home.

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