First significant snow of the season possible

LONDON – It’s beginning to look a lot like… well you know. London and surrounding areas could see their first significant snowfall of the

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Build a Dream launches network to create inclusive workplace

A new movement in Windsor is trying to help employers create a “more inclusive” workforce. It’s called the Workforce Innovators Network, or WIN for

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Car rental agencies struggle with screenings as security concerns rise

Monday’s deadly rental van rampage in Toronto shows how quickly a vehicle can be turned into a weapon, but rental agencies are finding few

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Remebering first Royal Canadian Air Force members killed in WWII

CTV Atlantic Published Sunday, September 15, 2019 1:48PM ADT Last Updated Sunday, September 15, 2019 1:52PM ADT On the eve of the Second World

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France making progress in Epstein probe, launches appeal

PARIS — French police are appealing for victims and witnesses to come forward to aid their probe into Jeffrey Epstein and anyone else involved

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Trial begins for Montreal man charged with fatal stabbing of unborn child

The trial of a Montreal man charged with fatally stabbing his unborn baby has opened at the Montreal courthouse. Sofiane Ghazi is charged with

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Universal childcare would be an investment, not an expense: Oxfam Canada

The federal government should invest in a publicly funded childcare system, according to a new report that claims it would increase gender equality and

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Elton John slams media for criticizing Harry, Meghan

LONDON – Singer Elton John says he’s “deeply distressed” by media accounts that criticized the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for taking a private

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Regina Folk Fest still rocking after 50 years

The Queen City has been rocking all weekend, and the good times will roll through Sunday at Regina Folk Fest. Organizers say attendance was

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HIV, syphilis outbreaks declared in northwest Saskatchewan: SHA

The Saskatchewan Health Authority says there are HIV and syphilis outbreaks in several communities in northwest Saskatchewan. An HIV outbreak has been declared in

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