Frigid temperatures affect New Year’s events across the Maritimes

Cold temperatures are affecting New Year’s events across the Maritimes with several late day cancellations for the last day of 2017.      Cape Breton Regional

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City committee wants to play it safe with cannabis rules at public events

Calgary is one step closer to allowing pot smoking at concerts and festivals, but regulations could end up keeping marijuana confined to particular areas

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Ovechkin shines in Game 7 as Caps beat Lightning 4-0

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Alex Ovechkin scored early and Andre Burakovsky added two second-period goals to help the Washington Capitals put a decade of

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Immigration raid in the Leamington area

CTV News has learned several people in the Leamington area have been arrested for possible violations of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. The

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Rollover crash on Shaganappi Trail under investigation

Part of Shaganappi Trail was closed on Wednesday morning after a driver lost control of their vehicle and rolled in the northbound lanes. Emergency

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Buffy Sainte-Marie receives honorary doctorate from Dalhousie University

HALIFAX — Indigenous-rights activist Buffy Sainte-Marie says all Canadians — Indigenous and not — must show empathy and patience as they grapple with a

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Grichuk’s three-run homer leads Jays past Royals 11-3 in doubleheader opener

TORONTO — Jaime Garcia admitted he didn’t have his best stuff. Pitching on eight days rest, Garcia allowed three earned runs and eight hits

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Stapleton, Lambert and Underwood win at ACM Awards

The 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards marked a memorable night for the victims of the massive Las Vegas shooting, comeback queen Carrie Underwood

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Calgary students participate in annual science fair at the Olympic Oval

Students from Grade 5 to 12 got the chance to show off their science projects at this year’s Calgary Youth Science Fair at the

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B.C. issues Trans Mountain pipeline permit update as premier heads to Ottawa

British Columbia’s government has issued a progress report on permits for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, just as Premier John Horgan readies to travel

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