Province pauses high-speed rail funding, will look at enhancing current services

Ontario is pausing all capital funding for a proposed high-speed train corridor from Toronto to Windsor, a move opposition critics says will derail the

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MMF in court with province Friday over Hydro agreement

The Manitoba Métis Federation is set to appear in court Friday with the province of Manitoba in a preliminary hearing. The MMF filed a

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‘American Pie’ singer objects to coverage of ex’s exhibit

The Associated Press Published Friday, February 22, 2019 4:47PM EST Last Updated Friday, February 22, 2019 4:59PM EST CAMDEN, Maine — Don McLean’s former

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24 hours left to claim $1-million Lotto prize

If the prize goes unclaimed, the money will go back into the lottery pool for future draws. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4238621.1546482508!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews

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Comedian Pete Davidson criticized for mocking injured veteran on SNL

A former U.S. Navy Seal running for Congress in Texas says veterans’ injuries shouldn’t be used as “punchlines for bad jokes” after comedian Pete

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House built by family for man in need vandalized in Cape Breton

WHITNEY PIER, N.S. — A house built by the family and friends of a man in need has been heavily vandalized in Cape Breton

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Residents on Rideau Rd. say aggressive speeders are putting families at risk

Residents living in Gloucester South say speeding has become a chronic problem on one particular street in the area, resulting in multiple collisions. Neighbours

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Homelessness issue hits Walkerville neighbourhood

Residents in a Walkerville neighbourhood are looking for leadership to deal with the issue of homelessness in Windsor. Residents on Moy Avenue are furious

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‘It symbolizes the worst elements of colonialism’: Debate surrounding John A. Macdonald statue heats up

The discussion surrounding the John A. Macdonald statue in Regina has heated up, after the city of Victoria announced this morning that it would

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Ontario Liberals try again Friday to legislate an end to the college strike

TORONTO — The Ontario government will try again today to introduce back-to-work legislation to end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty. Around 500,000

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