Alex Ovechkin scores hat trick as Capitals get past Senators in shootout

By Lisa Wallace, The Canadian Press Published Friday, October 6, 2017 10:41AM EDT OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators learned the hard way that Alex

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Council approves merging Edmonton Expo Centre with Shaw Conference Centre – Edmonton

City council approved the consolidation of the Edmonton Expo Centre with the Shaw Conference Centre Tuesday. A private report to council recommended the Edmonton Economic

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Indigenous lobster fishery presses ahead despite confrontations in Nova Scotia

DIGBY, N.S. — A First Nations chief says his band’s self-regulated lobster fishery in Nova Scotia will press ahead despite opposition from non-Indigenous commercial

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Winnipeg-based recovery centre gets $500K boost

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg-based recovery centre just got another step closer to its $16 million fundraising goal. On Tuesday, Payworks donated $500,000 to the

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How to watch today’s throne speech at 2 p.m. EDT

TORONTO — How Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to steer his Liberal government through the next phase of the pandemic is expected to be

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CTV National News: Ont. extends gathering limits

Ont. Premier Doug Ford expanded measures to limit private gatherings amid another surge of COVID-19 cases. John Vennavally-Rao has more. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.5112311.1600572301!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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COVID-19: Long-term care visitor rules changed by Ontario government

TORONTO — Ontario clarified visitor rules for long-term care homes on Wednesday, saying the updated guidelines will even the playing field so families and

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Prince Edward County locals frustrated as tourists flock to popular provincial park

PICTON, ONT. — One of eastern Ontario’s most popular tourist attractions is overwhelmed by a surge of demand. During the summer months, Sandbanks Provincial

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Need help choosing a post-secondary school? Webinar made by Western students may help

LONDON, ONT. — Need help choosing a post-secondary school? A webinar made by Western students may help. Four Western University students have created an

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RCMP confirm one dead, two injured in helicopter crash at Thorburn Lake, N.L.

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — One person is dead and two are injured following a helicopter crash near Thorburn Lake in Newfoundland and Labrador, the

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