Lawyer questions new rules that allow police to conduct breathalyzer tests hours later

New Canadian rules are giving police more power to catch impaired drivers. Police can now demand a breath sample any time, any place, even

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Manitoba officials seize newborn from mom in hospital; video prompts outrage

WINNIPEG — An Indigenous mother whose newborn baby was seized by social workers as she recovered in a Winnipeg hospital says she was blindsided,

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Singh gets chance for a seat as Trudeau calls 3 byelections

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has set Feb. 25 as the date for byelections in three vacant ridings — including the British Columbia

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Accessibility advocates call on municipality to clean up icy sidewalks

HALIFAX — The icy mess left behind by a New Year’s Day storm has made travelling Halifax’s sidewalks for those with disabilities, nearly impossible.

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Russell OPP release composite sketch of suspect in suspicious daycare incident

Ontario Provincial Police have issued a composite sketch of a man suspected of attempting to pick up a child he wasn’t supposed to at

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NBA memo: Hire more women, improve workplace conditions

Tim Reynolds , The Associated Press Published Friday, September 21, 2018 2:59PM EDT Last Updated Friday, September 21, 2018 9:09PM EDT NBA Commissioner Adam

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New North Bay memorial curling bonspiel

A new memorial event named after well-known North Bay business man and avid curler will benefit local organizations. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4097869.1537225661!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews

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Steve Bannon still expected to speak at Economist festival

Hillel Italie, The Associated Press Published Tuesday, September 4, 2018 2:51PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, September 4, 2018 3:28PM EDT NEW YORK — Steve

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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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Saskatoon wants to hire someone to deal with thousands of parking ticket complaints

The City of Saskatoon is looking at paying someone $80,000 a year to handle parking ticket complaints. The customer support coordinator will respond to

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