Ontario Cannabis Store increases number of licensed suppliers to 32

Ontario has signed supply agreements with six more licensed cannabis producers, bringing the total to 32, along with 12 accessories suppliers. The deals were

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Video emerges of alleged Fredericton shooter protesting Muslim immigration

THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Wednesday, September 5, 2018 4:23PM ADT Last Updated Wednesday, September 5, 2018 5:45PM ADT  FREDERICTON — The Fredericton man who

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Ontario’s basic-income pilot project to end March 2019

TORONTO — Ontario’s basic-income pilot project, which was launched by the former Liberal government and was aimed at lifting people out of poverty, will

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Annabella Sciorra alleges she was raped by Harvey Weinstein

The Associated Press Published Saturday, October 28, 2017 2:46PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, October 28, 2017 3:31PM EDT NEW YORK – Annabella Sciorra is

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SAQ employees will strike again on Wednesday

The day before the election campaign kicks off, SAQ employees will be going on strike. Wednesday will be the second of six planned strike

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Care facility resident speaks out on allegations

A resident of a Victoria care facility claims two of her roommates told her they were sexually assaulted by a male care aid. Source

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Ontario Liberals try again Friday to legislate an end to the college strike

TORONTO — The Ontario government will try again today to introduce back-to-work legislation to end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty. Around 500,000

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Funicular opens in city’s river valley

Edmontonians have a new way to access the city’s river valley from the downtown area. The Mechanized River Valley Access, located on 100 Avenue

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Fallen concrete blocks Turcot Ramps

CTV Montreal Published Tuesday, May 29, 2018 7:12AM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, May 29, 2018 7:13AM EDT Commuters faced lengthy delays Tuesday morning as

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