Brockville business offers free wood to keep people warm during COVID-19 pandemic

BROCKVILLE — D&D Tree Service is a small tree removal service in Brockville, and as with a lot of other local businesses they have

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Ottawa athletes support Canada’s refusal to attend Tokyo Games

OTTAWA — Some of Ottawa’s top Olympians are expressing support for Canada’s decision not to send athletes to the Tokyo Games unless they are

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Cyclist calls out OC Transpo after close pass by bus

OTTAWA — An Ottawa cyclist is calling on OC Transpo to educate drivers after a close call with a bus on a wet evening

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Zucker’s two goals help Penguins beat Canadiens 4-1

PITTSBURGH — Newly-acquired Jason Zucker scored his first two goals with the Pittsburgh Penguins during a 4-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday

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Armed robbers made off with Slurpee and a bag of chips, RCMP allege

WINNIPEG — RCMP are investigating an armed robbery at a Portage la Prairie business. On Jan. 21, around 2 p.m. RCMP said five suspects

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Sask. curlers prepare for Special Olympics Winter Games next month

REGINA — A Saskatchewan Curling team is getting ready to represent the province at the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games in Thunder Bay next

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Leafs ready to go, Swedish defenceman Andreas Borgman locks down final spot

Kyle Cicerella, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, October 3, 2017 5:46PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 3, 2017 7:44PM EDT TORONTO — The battle

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Bike polo tournament held in Victoria

It’s a sport normally played on horseback, but a tournament in Victoria Saturday focused on polo played atop a bicycle. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4678440.1573355960!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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It’s time to shovel in Saskatoon: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON – The snow looks to be done, and now it’s time to dig out.   Flurries will fade Tuesday morning, leaving mainly cloudy conditions.

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City consultion with schools to make University Ave. less car-focused

WATERLOO – The City of Waterloo is looking to make a four-kilometre stretch of University Avenue less car-centric. Parkettes, patios and art pavilions are

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