Derelict boats removed from Cadboro Bay beach

After a year of lobbying the Cadboro Bay neighbourhood has finally gotten the funding it needs to clear derelict vessels off its beach. Source

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Thirteen new COVID-19 cases in Ottawa Saturday

OTTAWA — Ontario health officials are reporting 13 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Saturday. The new cases follow three days of double-digit

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5 things to know on Wednesday, June 20 on CTVNews.ca: Marijuana, childhood depression, Crohn’s

Marijuana is expected to be legal in Canada by September after the Senate passed Bill C-45, setting it up for Royal Assent. 1. Marijuana

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Council to vote on controversial height of Inglewood development

CALGARY — Calgary’s historic Inglewood neighbourhood — famous for its Edwardian heritage buildings, restaurants and unique vendors — could soon be overshadowed by a

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Out-of-town beach-goers share Premier’s parking frustration

ORILLIA, ONT. — Don’t expect to see Doug Ford hitting a Simcoe County beach anytime soon. The Premier’s office tells CTV News there have

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Dorval providing vouchers to encourage local shopping

MONTREAL — In Dorval, the city is trying to help kick-start the economy by putting money in people’s pockets.  The city is the latest

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Sudbury's Virtual Canada Day celebration continues

Part 2 of the Sudbury Celebrates Canada Day event with entertainment from Northern Lights Festival Boreal with Patricia Cano and Jim Cuddy. Source link

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China reopens more schools, revives flights as new cases flatline

BEIJING — China on Sunday reported five new cases of the coronavirus, as the commercial hub of Shanghai announced the restart of some classes

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Report: Fines issued for breaking pandemic measures top $5.8M, questions raised over ‘snitch lines’

TORONTO — Amid rising concerns that some COVID-19 containment measures are unfairly punishing vulnerable Canadians, a new report is shedding light on high fines

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Five more deaths, 297 new COVID-19 cases as Alberta total surpasses 4,000

EDMONTON — There have been five more deaths and 297 new cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, the province’s top doctor announced Friday. It drives

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