Man guilty of arson that killed baby released on time served

The 20-year-old man that set a fire that killed a baby and injured a woman in 2017 will not serve any more additional jail

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Leamington barn fire causes $350,000 in damages

Damage is estimated at $350,000 following a barn fire early Sunday morning in Leamington. Crews were called to the 1400 block of Road East,

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‘It could have gotten deadly’: Police investigate shooting in southwest Calgary

Calgary police arrested a number of people at a southwest home after someone fired a gun several times on Sunday morning. Officers were called

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Halifax restaurant serves up special Christmas lunch at rescue mission

CTV Atlantic Published Saturday, December 22, 2018 5:38PM AST Last Updated Saturday, December 22, 2018 6:37PM AST Clients at Halifax’s Souls Harbour Rescue Mission

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U.S. firm helps spot online threat against Calgary high school

A private company in Washington, D.C. that monitors social media and flags potential terrorism threats may have helped thwart a planned attack on a

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Regina Guitar Show attracts music enthusiasts

CTV Regina Published Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:16PM CST Last Updated Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:48PM CST Music fans of all types gathered to

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Students expected to return to Oxford school in November

Students and staff at the Oxford Regional Education Centre should be able to return to their school the first week of November. Concerns were

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Freeland brings optimism, resolve to table as NAFTA talks resume

WASHINGTON — Chrystia Freeland and her U.S. trade counterpart are back at the NAFTA negotiating table today as time marches on towards a congressional

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Actresses who sued Toronto theatre have changed its culture, legal experts say

TORONTO – They may not have had their day in court, but the actresses who sued the Soulpepper Theatre Company and one of its

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Choosing cabinet, picking office space, hiring assistants: Tory transition to power underway

TORONTO — From choosing cabinet members and hiring political aides, to picking office space and conducting background checks on legislators, Ontario’s newly elected Progressive

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