Angry dairy farmers confront MacAulay at P.E.I. announcement

What was supposed to be an infrastructure announcement quickly became a shouting match on Friday when dairy farmers unleashed their frustrations on federal agriculture

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U.S. Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein expecting to be fired, heads to White House

Zeke Miller and Eric Tucker, The Associated Press Published Monday, September 24, 2018 10:44AM EDT Last Updated Monday, September 24, 2018 11:16AM EDT WASHINGTON

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Woman sexually assaulted in park

London police are investigating after a woman was sexually assaulted in a London park. The assault occurred at McMahen Park near Adelaide St. North

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Surveillance stills released of suspect who fired fake gun in northeast bank

The Calgary Police Service is asking for help from the public as they attempt to identify the suspect in a an unusual situation in

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More than 3 million Canadians vegetarian or vegan: study

Vegetarians and vegans now account for nearly 10 per cent of Canada’s population, and their increased presence is forcing the restaurant and meat production

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Not lovin’ it: Ontario man calls 911 over allegedly cold McDonald’s food

Police said a man in Hamilton, Ont., whose Uber Eats McDonald’s order turned out to be an unhappy meal on Canada Day, called 911

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Brazil braces for looming arrest of ex-President Lula

Mauricio Savarese And Peter Prengaman, The Associated Press Published Friday, April 6, 2018 12:41AM EDT SAO BERNARDO DO CAMPO, Brazil – Latin America’s largest

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More accusations expected to fly today in Ontario election campaign

A day after Doug Ford faced accusations of selling bogus party memberships, his Ontario Progressive Conservatives say they will announce revelations of anti-Semitism within

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Frostbite advisory in Ottawa until further notice

The New Year will be welcomed with extremely cold temperatures in the capital. Ottawa Public Health issued a frostbite advisory on Tuesday until further

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Canada 150 year ends on cold note but Joly says Canadians celebrated warmly

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Melanie Joly is the first to acknowledge Canada 150 had its share of ups and downs. She doesn’t shy away

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