Floyd family to announce civil lawsuit against Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS — Attorneys for George Floyd’s family are set to announce a civil lawsuit Wednesday against the city of Minneapolis and the police officers

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Indigenous students, teachers grateful for devices

Hundreds of laptops and tablets are being given to Indigenous students on Vancouver Island to support online education efforts. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4987413.1592359156!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news

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6 puppies stolen in Chatham-Kent break and enter

LONDON, ONT — Chatham-Kent police are investigating a break and enter in which six Yorkie puppies were taken. The puppies were taken sometime Saturday

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Iran doctor freed in swap for U.S. Navy veteran returns to Tehran

TEHRAN, IRAN — An Iranian doctor based in Florida returned to his homeland Monday after being part of a swap that saw a U.S.

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Oil discharged into Regina sewer during incident at Co-op Refinery

REGINA — Oil sludge was discharged into the City of Regina sewer system during an incident at the Co-op Refinery on May 22. In

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Gravelbourg residents hang banners to celebrate graduates

REGINA — Ten Grade 12 students in the community of Gravelbourg have their graduation photos hung proudly along Main Street. École Gravelbourg School wanted

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One dead in south Regina motorcycle crash

REGINA — A person has died after a single motorcycle crash in south Regina on Tuesday night. Police say the incident happened at 23rd

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Unifor President speaks out against auto worker leave rules

Windsor, CTV Windsor Published Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:03PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:04PM EDT Unifor President Jerry Dias is condemning

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Eastern Ontario village that relies on summertime traffic hopes return to normal is coming

DELTA, ON — Small towns in eastern Ontario are expected to feel the pinch this summer as people travel less and some businesses remain

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‘A long way to go’: Nurses’ association calls for changes to health care system

KITCHENER — One of the largest nursing associations in Ontario is calling for sweeping changes to the provincial health care system. A report from

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