Smoke alarm saves lives: Cigarette tossed in garbage ignites

Published Friday, November 15, 2019 7:38PM EST Last Updated Friday, November 15, 2019 7:39PM EST Wasaga Beach Fire says two seniors can credit a

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Alta. ambulances, firetruck headed to Belize

Members of an Edmonton rotary club are preparing Friday night for an eight-hour road trip with five ambulances to Montana this weekend. Dr. Roman

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Susan Sarandon expresses support at TIFF for medically assisted suicide

TORONTO — Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon says she supports medically-assisted suicide and the right for people to die “with dignity.” Sarandon plays a terminally

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Suspicious piles of food test positive for poison, prompting warning from police

Suspicious food and substances left in an Evanston greenspace have tested positive for poison, prompting a warning from police. Emergency crews were called to

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Canine unit who helped find Kitchener teens in Algonquin Park gets a tasty award

The crowd at the Ottawa Redblacks game cheered on as OPP Canine Zoe helped herself a well-deserved treat. Zoe, handler Scott Ganon, and Mike

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Partial road collapse after water main break in Orléans

CTV Ottawa Published Wednesday, July 24, 2019 5:43PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, July 24, 2019 6:23PM EDT Ottawa Police have closed part of Terranova

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Police trying to locate 18-month old girl, last seen with her father

Saskatoon Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an 18-month-old girl last seen in the company of her father. Police say Itzel

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New Canadians celebrate first Canada Day stop Citadel Hill in Halifax

By Olivia Blackmore, THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Monday, July 1, 2019 6:46PM ADT Last Updated Monday, July 1, 2019 6:51PM ADT HALIFAX — Jihan

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Freezing rain could fall in southern Sask. Thursday

Freezing rain could fall in Regina and other parts of southern Saskatchewan on Thursday. Environment Canada says a low-pressure system developing in southern Alberta

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I took on the Nazis: Canadian vet recalls helping lead D-Day invasion

TORONTO — On June 6, 1944, Jim Parks of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles was among about 14,000 Canadians who landed in Normandy, part of

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