Moderate to high risk of springtime flooding along Grand River Watershed: GRCA

KITCHENER — Relatively mild temperatures along the Grand River Watershed for January and February have led to an increased risk of flooding. “Residents who

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Nassar victim: Michigan State leader offered secret payoff

LANSING, Mich. — A sexual assault victim of former sports doctor Larry Nassar confronted Michigan State University officials on Friday, alleging the school’s interim

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Kitchener minor hockey coach and trainer passes away after collapsing at a game

KITCHENER — Kitchener minor hockey coach and trainer Al Scheklesky has died after collapsing during a road game in Windsor. The community he made

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Registration opens for Windsor’s Heart Breaker Challenge

WINDSOR — Thinking about heartbreak before Valentine’s Day? If you’re a runner you might be. That’s because registration for the Heart Breaker Challenge is

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Provinces reduces curtailment as oil storage levels lower

Alberta oil producers can increase production by a cumulative 75,000 barrels per day. The province said Wednesday an oil production cap had been successful

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Trump warns of sanctions if Iraq tries to expel U.S. troops

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump insists that Iranian cultural sites are fair game for the U.S. military, dismissing concerns within his own administration

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RCMP nab 41 people for impaired driving in first two weeks of holiday checkstops

WINNIPEG — RCMP are reminding people they are out on the streets for their holiday checkstops after nabbing 15 more people for impaired driving

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Special delivery: How couriers are trained to spot a porch pirate

“I’ve been doing this for 10 years – trust me, I know when someone is following me.” That’s… John. Let’s call him John, since

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‘In the end, it’s all about the kids’: Man banned from LHSC still plans to grant Christmas wishes

LONDON, ONT. — A man banned from LHSC due to a privacy policy change, still plans to give wishes to kids on Christmas Eve.

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Montreal ombudsman Johanne Savard is calling it a career

MONTREAL — Johanne Savard, who has been the ombudsman of Montreal for the past 16 years, has announced she is stepping down. Savard said

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