20,000 part-time college workers vote to unionize

Approximately 20,000 part-time support staff at the province’s colleges have voted to join the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. OPSEU says 84 per cent

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Winnipeg’s iconic Salisbury House chain sold to new owners after 86 years

The iconic Winnipeg institution known for its nips and red velvet cake signed over new ownership after 86 years. Salisbury House of Canada Ltd.’s

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Three arrested following robbery and assault

Police arrested three men after a woman reported her husband was attacked in a convenience store Tuesday evening. Winnipeg police said the call came

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Three people in hospital after shooting in Portage la Prairie

CTV Winnipeg Published Saturday, December 2, 2017 10:40PM CST Last Updated Saturday, December 2, 2017 10:49PM CST RCMP are investigating after an early morning

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Conservation Authority issues safety bulletin due to rainfall

The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority has issued a safety bulletin due to rainfall amounts. People should take extra caution and avoid the river,

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Bottas, Hamilton quickest in final practice for Brazilian Grand Prix

SAO PAULO — Valtteri Bottas was fastest along with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in Saturday’s final practice session for the Brazilian Grand Prix. Bottas

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Police seek more victims of masseur convicted of sexual assault

Montreal police believe a masseur convicted of sexual assault may have more victims. David Kost, 49, pleaded guilty earlier this year to sexually assaulting

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Highway 1 accident | CTV News Winnipeg

RCMP said slippery conditions across southern Manitoba Monday morning have led to multiple incidents on the roadways. Among them were two semi-trucks jackknifing on

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Facebook to test ad transparency features in Canada

Facebook will use Canada as a testing ground as it rolls out new ad transparency features. The social media giant says that starting next

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