Residents on Rideau Rd. say aggressive speeders are putting families at risk

Residents living in Gloucester South say speeding has become a chronic problem on one particular street in the area, resulting in multiple collisions. Neighbours

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Three guns seized after student party was robbed

Three guns were seized by police following the robbery of a student party over the weekend. Police say around 2 a.m. Sunday, two occupants

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Montrealer inspires other dads in fight for men’s room baby stations

Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, August 8, 2018 2:54PM EDT A Quebec dad’s fight to get a change table in his local

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Archaeologists unearth ancient Iroquois artifacts in downtown

CTV Montreal Published Sunday, July 29, 2018 12:39PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, July 29, 2018 1:17PM EDT At an excavation site near the intersection

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Argos home opener versus Stampeders almost sold out

TORONTO — It seems a Grey Cup rematch is resonating with Toronto Argonauts fans. The Argos have sold approximately 16,000 tickets for their home

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Frigid temperatures affect New Year’s events across the Maritimes

Cold temperatures are affecting New Year’s events across the Maritimes with several late day cancellations for the last day of 2017.      Cape Breton Regional

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St. Agatha StrawberryFest cancelled over volunteer shortage

A popular Waterloo Region festival is in jeopardy, and its organizers say they’re worried about the fates of other events hosted by small communities.

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Winnipeg school reaping rewards after putting scheduling to the test

A Winnipeg school is taking the standard school day and making some tweaks. Ecole Lacerte in Windsor Park has gone from three breaks during

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Police lift road closures | CTV Saskatoon News

CTV Saskatoon Published Sunday, April 8, 2018 12:35PM CST Last Updated Sunday, April 8, 2018 2:45PM CST Saskatoon police have lifted road closures that

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Ontario Tories significantly more popular with male voters than Liberals: poll

A new poll indicates a dramatic gender divide in how Ontarians plan to vote in the spring election, with the Progressive Conservatives significantly more

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