Windsor to look at adding more bylaw enforcement officers after 14,000 complaints

WINDSOR, ONT. — A conversation about Windsor’s compliment of bylaw enforcement officers will take place at the city’s next budget meeting. Nearly 14,000 complaints

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Manitoba is allowing livestock to graze on Crown Land

WINNIPEG — The Province of Manitoba is allowing livestock producers to cut hay and let their animals graze on Crown Land. In a news

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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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An Atlanta cyclist helped apprehend a murder suspect by lending an officer his wheels

A cyclist assisted Atlanta police in the capture of a murder suspect by loaning an officer his bike for the chase. On Tuesday, officers

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Average home in Victoria surpasses $1M mark

The average price of a detached home in Greater Victoria surpassed $1 million in June. Experts say its unclear if the cost spike will

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Lac-Megantic memorial to be unveiled Monday, 7 years after the railway tragedy

MONTREAL — Precisely seven years after the railway tragedy that decimated dozens of its families, the City of Lac-Megantic will inaugurate the Espace Mémoire

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Concerns raised over sea lice in farmed salmon

B.C. First Nations are sounding the alarm over sea lice in farmed salmon spreading to wild salmon in B.C.’s waters. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.5002425.1593222154!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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Book honours memory of Berry sisters

Chloe and Aubrey Berry were killed by their father on Christmas Day 2017, but their memory is living on in the pages of a

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Ottawa students launch petition calling on mandatory anti-racism courses

OTTAWA — A petition calling on the University of Ottawa and Carleton University to teach anti-racism courses is gaining traction. Khadija El Hilali is

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Landlord unable to evict tenants amid COVID-19 despite claims of property damage

REGINA — A Regina landlord says he’s unable to evict his tenants despite claims of extensive property damage because of regulations introduced during the

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