St. Clair College to close campus pool to the public

Access to the pool at St. Clair college will soon be limited. Officials say the school is winding down public pool offerings in an

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Police lay charges after man spotted pointing B.B. gun at people

Ottawa Police have charged a 23-year-old man after he was allegedly pointing a B.B. gun at people. Police were called to a path near

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Life-threatening infection risk for infants born in hot tubs: case study

A Canadian case study involving a newborn girl who spent five weeks on a ventilator following an underwater birth in a hot tub is

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Coyote pups prompt safety warning from city

A litter of coyote pups are drawing a crowd in Arbour Lake, prompting a safety warning from city officials. Nearly a dozen coyote pups,

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‘Dr. Kitty’ arrest prompts Toronto police warning about unlicensed surgery

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:53AM EDT Last Updated Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:56AM EDT Toronto Police are warning the public after

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Alberta man killed in snowmobile accident during race in Kamloops

A 28-year-old man who was participating in a snowmobile race on Saturday has died following a crash on the course. The incident occurred during

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Fatal collision in south Edmonton

One of four people involved in a crash on Highway 2 Sunday morning is dead. Around 2:30 a.m., a 2008 Jeep Wrangler was travelling

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Philippine leader says someone should talk to Kim Jong Un

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says someone should talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to convince him nobody is out

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Teen swarmings in Riverside South under investigation

Ottawa Police are investigating several personal robberies involving teens in the Riverside South community. Police say the incidents happened between March 24 and April

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Extended breaks, long shopping trips: City building inspectors allegedly doing personal activities during work hours

Allegations of extended lunch and coffee breaks, long shopping trips, and being home by midday. Several Winnipeg building inspectors may have been caught on

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