Police lay multiple charges in one-day safety inspection blitz

Police from across the region laid 58 charges in one day following a commercial vehicle inspection blitz in Innisfil. The officers teamed up in

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International flight diverted to Winnipeg over medical emergency

An Air New Zealand flight from Los Angeles headed to London’s Heathrow airport made an emergency landing in Winnipeg early Tuesday morning. According to

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Two teens charged with February bank robbery

Two 16-year-old boys are facing charges in connection to a bank robbery in Kitchener. On February 23, two suspects entered the Scotiabank on Courtland

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More penalties for Ontario cannabis retailers who failed to open by deadline

More cannabis retailers in Ontario who failed to open their stores by a government-set deadline are facing further financial penalties. The Alcohol and Gaming

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Students to walk out Friday morning over change to policies about GSAs

Students across the province are planning to walk out of school Friday morning over the UCP government’s stance on gay-straight alliances. The Alberta-wide movement

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Striking college instructors hold rally at Queen’s Park

Striking college faculty are rallying outside government offices in Toronto, calling on the province to send college administrators back to the bargaining table. The

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Number of carjackings in Winnipeg spikes after years of steady increase

New numbers show a troubling trend when it comes to the number of carjackings in Winnipeg. It more than doubled last year and has

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McGill drops Redmen name, citing pain caused to Indigenous students

Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press Published Friday, April 12, 2019 10:49AM EDT Last Updated Friday, April 12, 2019 5:39PM EDT MONTREAL — McGill University

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Canadian team recreates dramatic ship rescues for new program ‘Disasters at Sea’

Braving the elements of a Canadian winter, a stuntman is hoisted into the air, buffeted by wind, rain and ocean swells – only this

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Saskatchewan watching Ontario tailgate choices closely

The province of Saskatchewan is watching Ontario closely, as Ontario is planning on legalizing tailgate parties in its upcoming budget on Thursday “If Ontario

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