Fresh questions about reboot of an underground Cape Breton coal mine

Michael MacDonald, THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Sunday, December 10, 2017 2:44PM AST HALIFAX — At the rugged eastern edge of Cape Breton, the twin

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Streep calls out Harvey Weinstein at women’s conference

BOSTON — Meryl Streep says she and other actresses are planning to make a series of “non-negotiable” demands in the wake of the sexual

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Great Lakes facing numerous threats, lack of funding, group says

An environmental group says the federal government isn’t putting enough money into efforts to restore the health of the Great Lakes. Ashley Wallis of

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Dog walker recovering in B.C. hospital reunited with loyal dogs

A B.C. dog walker who spent two frigid nights lost in the wilderness was reunited with two of the dogs who huddled by her

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NDP again calls for the resignation of Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre

CTV Saskatoon Published Saturday, November 18, 2017 12:17PM CST Last Updated Saturday, November 18, 2017 11:57PM CST The NDP caucus released a statement Saturday

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Petition calls for better treatment of injured workers

CTV Windsor Published Wednesday, November 15, 2017 4:46PM EST Last Updated Wednesday, November 15, 2017 5:19PM EST A petition is calling for better treatment

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War memorial in Montreal vandalized on Remembrance Day

Police in Montreal are investigating after a memorial honouring Canada’s fallen soldiers was defaced on Remembrance Day. The red, spray-painted vandalism is translated from

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Evacuees from pair of Victoria Park highrises starting to return

Residents of two highrise apartment buildings in Victoria Park are slowly returning after being evacuated early this morning due to carbon monoxide. Fire crews

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