‘We have had record sales,’ Real estate market has dramatic rebound in cottage country

PORT CARLING, ONT. — The real estate market has rebounded since the pandemic first hit, and in Muskoka, the demand for cottages has risen

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Family of man fatally shot by RCMP want answers

A Manitoba family is left waiting for answers after an altercation with RCMP that left a man dead. Family members have identified the man

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Residents protest ‘extreme force’ allegedly used by West Grey Police

DURHAM, ON — An alleged case of police brutality sparked a protest outside West Grey Police Headquarters in Durham Thursday night. About 50 supporters

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Police investigating after face of former PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s statue is painted black

TORONTO — Police are investigating after the face of former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s statue in Vaughan, Ont. was spray-painted black. Investigators said

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Racial unrest achingly familiar for Jenkins, other Canadian black athletes

TORONTO — As a black baseball player in 1960s America, Fergie Jenkins was often banned from the hotels of his white teammates. There were

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Number of children in foster care too high, Sask. NDP and FSIN say

SASKATOON — The NDP says statistics from the Ministry of Social Services detailing the number of children in foster care shows a troubling trend.

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Man in hospital after being struck by vehicle while out on mobility scooter

TORONTO — A man is in stable condition in hospital after he was struck by a vehicle while out on his mobility scooter in

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Council votes to raise speed limits along Central Ave, McOrmond Drive through Northeast Swale

SASKATOON — City council has voted in favour of raising speed limits through the Northeast Swale along McOrmond Drive and Central Avenue. The speed

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Woman seriously injured during backyard fire

WATERLOO — A 53-year-old woman has been seriously injured during a backyard fire, according to Wellington County OPP. First responders were called to the

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Quebec reports fewest new cases of COVID-19 since April 11 as hospitalizations, ICU patients stabilize

MONTREAL — There are now 3,647 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Tuesday, as confirmed cases in the province

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