Longo’s store in Vaughan closing for 2 weeks after several employees test positive for COVID-19

TORONTO — A Vaughan Longo’s location is closing for 14 days after several employees at the store tested positive for COVID-19. York Region Public

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Pub owners owe hundreds of dollars after stolen trailer recovered by police

CALGARY — The owners of a Calgary pub are on the hook for hundreds of dollars in impound fees after their utility trailer was

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Man ticketed for driving vehicle with expired 1996 licence plate sticker

CTV Barrie Published Thursday, March 8, 2018 11:57AM EST Last Updated Thursday, March 8, 2018 12:06PM EST A driver has been issued several tickets

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Case study highlights need to test flu patients for COVID-19: doctors

TORONTO — Doctors in Japan are warning other physicians to be on the lookout for COVID-19 among patients with other respiratory infections as more

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Curtain stays closed at Prince Albert’s performing arts theatre

SASKATOON — Prince Albert’s performing arts theatre is not reopening to the public despite the province lifting COVID-19 restrictions. Roxanne Dick, general manager of

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Lewis Hamilton: ‘Sad and disappointing’ to read Ecclestone comments

Lewis Hamilton said it was “sad” and “disappointing” to see the former head of Formula 1, Bernie Ecclestone, claim that “in lots of cases,

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8-year-old former Leukemia patient makes sizeable bottle donation

LONDON, ONT. — An 8-year-old London, Ont. girl who is now cancer free after three years, made a sizeable donation to the Leukemia Bottle

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Charlottetown statue of Sir John A. Macdonald covered in red paint

CHARLOTTETOWN — A statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in Prince Edward Island has become the latest in a series of defaced of sculptures

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Mobile testing in Cote-des-Neiges draws lineup as authorities aim for daily target

MONTREAL — The most recent Montreal neighbourhood to get a mobile COVID-19 testing unit is Cote-des-Neiges, and locals seemed to jump at the chance,

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A ‘​gardening adventure’ for ​south Edmonton students

EDMONTON — Students at a south Edmonton elementary school were picking up flower kits as a part of their at-home curriculum Wednesday afternoon. The

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