North Battleford’s Mayor assures public safety after police-involved shooting

The Mayor of North Battleford is speaking out for the first time since a police-involved shooting Saturday night in the west-central Saskatchewan city.   Mayor

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Food Bank holds annual Calgary-wide food drive

Volunteers were busy on Saturday, helping out with the annual city-wide donation drive for the Calgary Food Bank. It’s the 14th year for the

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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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Body of second fisherman recovered from Lac St. Louis

The body of a second fisherman was pulled from Lac St. Louis on Thursday, several days after he went missing. Police said the body

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N.S. mom sounds alarm over lack of affordable tenant insurance

CTV Atlantic Published Wednesday, June 6, 2018 8:22AM ADT Last Updated Wednesday, June 6, 2018 8:24AM ADT A single mother whose public housing unit

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Wrong event, wrong time? Comedians offer their takes on Humboldt tribute hosts

TORONTO — Successful comedy routines are built on knowing the audience, but some Canadian comics say the American duo overseeing the Humboldt Broncos tribute

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N.B. residents fighting to have Cherryvale covered bridge restored

Residents in Cherryvale, N.B., are continuing their fight to bridge the gap where an historic bridge once stood. “I just assumed when a bridge

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Woman burned 4-year-old son to death in bathub, police say

MILWAUKEE — Prosecutors allege a Milwaukee woman killed her 4-year-old son by setting him on fire in a bathtub in their apartment. Twenty-three-year-old Amelia

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