Auditor general advocate calls for audit on John Muir library branch

WINDSOR — An advocate for the establishment of Windsor’s newly created auditor general position has an idea for how the new AG should get

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Family of girl killed in fatal Highway 6 crash files lawsuit against police, children’s services

KITCHENER – The impact of a tragic trash that killed two teens two years ago is still being felt today. What started off as

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Large homeless camps pop up under bridges and in parks, spark safety concerns in Winnipeg

Several large homeless camps have popped up under bridges and parks in Winnipeg. On Tuesday, CTV News visited four spots with at least three

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This former Finnish Olympian is now the Winnipeg Jets’ first female coach

Pat McKay, CTV News Winnipeg Published Friday, September 6, 2019 4:29PM CST Last Updated Friday, September 6, 2019 6:03PM CST Venla Hovi is blazing

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Motorcyclist hospitalized after morning collision

A motorcyclist is in hospital after police say he collided with a vehicle that was stopped on Essa Road in Barrie this morning. The

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Scientists join ‘no fly’ movement to curb emissions

There was a time when Angelica Lim, a Canadian robotics professor, travelled 20 times a year by plane, often to scientific conferences overseas. Then

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Stittsville dad refused refund by West Jet after he was recently diagnosed with cancer

A Stittsville father says he is being refused a refund by West Jet after he was recently diagnosed with cancer. Al Pritchard booked four

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Woman taken to hospital after shooting in Etobicoke

Joshua Freeman, CTV News Toronto Published Sunday, August 18, 2019 1:57PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, August 18, 2019 2:22PM EDT A woman believed to

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Halifax beautification project is defaced with graffiti

A mural, which began as an initiative to transform a gritty Halifax alley into a beautiful display of art, was vandalized sometime between Wednesday

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‘Listen carefully’ to concerns, Freeland says as China calls protesters ‘near’ terrorists

As China condemns pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong as engaging in “near-terrorist acts,” Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says it’s essential for governments

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