Honda extends manufacturing shutdown | CTV News Barrie

BARRIE — Associates at Honda say they will extend the production suspension of all of its automobile, engine and transmission plants across North America.

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Loved ones of inmates worry COVID-19 will ‘spread like wildfire’ in the prison system

TORONTO — The spouses of two inmates at a Toronto-area prison are hoping the federal government will allow for the early release of non-violent

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Europe builds makeshift hospitals for COVID-19 patients

MONTREAL — Intensive care units around the world are getting busier every day due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New video footage captures how medical

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COVID-19: Desjardins closing over 500 branches as a precaution Wednesday

MONTREAL — Desjardins Bank will keep 349 branches open in total for clients in Quebec and Ontario down from 872 Wednesday, as a measure to

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TDSB wants to keep legal pot dispensaries ‘as far away from schools as possible’

The Toronto District School Board says that it wants to be consulted on the location of legal marijuana dispensaries so that it can work

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‘Lawless and illegal’: Alberta’s Bill 1 aims stiffer penalties at blockade protests

EDMONTON — The Alberta government marked its return to the legislature with a new bill outlining tougher punishments on protesters who set up blockades

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Cara Delevingne calls Justin Bieber out after he says she is the least favourite of his wife’s friends

Justin Bieber should have just eaten the bull penis. That’s according to model and actress Cara Delevingne, who responded Friday after Bieber said she

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Liberals retake Outremont with by-election victory; Singh wins in Burnaby South

CTV Montreal Published Monday, February 25, 2019 11:04PM EST Last Updated Monday, February 25, 2019 11:53PM EST It was a defeat for the New

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Elaborate Christmas village display connects grandfather and grandson

REGINA — A Christmas village display made up of thousands of individual pieces is a Regina grandfather’s way of connecting with his grandson, while

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City consultion with schools to make University Ave. less car-focused

WATERLOO – The City of Waterloo is looking to make a four-kilometre stretch of University Avenue less car-centric. Parkettes, patios and art pavilions are

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