Delivery driver caught on video allegedly taking package he had just delivered

TORONTO — There has been a surge in online shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic and that means some packages may end up being targets

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“It’s like losing a part of your heart,” family continues to call for justice for robin fiddler

It has been one year since Calgary police shot and killed 34 year-old, Robin Fiddler, an Indigenous mother of 3 who is from the

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NDP flies it’s own rainbow flag after official Pride Month symbol taken down in 24 hours

EDMONTON — Alberta’s NDP is flying it’s own massive flag for Pride Month, after the official legislature rainbow flag was taken down in about

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‘We’re all worried’: Niagara region hit hard by tourism lost during pandemic

TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic has created a daunting economic situation in the Niagara Falls region, one of the biggest and most important hubs

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Police badges allegedly stolen in reported robbery

CAMBRIDGE — Waterloo Regional Police are investigating a reported robbery that involved two police badges, among other items. On Tuesday, Police say someone reported

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Cambridge sisters get chance to chat with Justin Bieber

KITCHENER — Two Cambridge sisters got the surprise of a lifetime last week, the chance to chat with Justin Bieber. 13-year-old Hayley and 10-year-old

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Confusion around which patients can or can’t have visitors

EDMONTON — An Alberta father who was told Friday he wouldn’t be able to visit his teenage son in hospital, said on Tuesday staff

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South Korea: North Korea fires 2 presumed missiles into sea

SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF — North Korea on Saturday fired two presumed short-range ballistic missiles into the sea, South Korea’s military said, as it

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Oil plunges 20 per cent as another virus-fueled trading week begins

NEW YORK — Oil prices are plunging amid worries that an OPEC dispute will lead a virus-weakened economy to be awash in an oversupply

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‘We need to be patient’: Indigenous leaders call for dialogue amid rail blockades

TORONTO — Indigenous leaders are calling for the government to engage with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in hopes of finding a mutually beneficial solution

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