Saskatoon Folk Fest celebrates 40 years of diversity

The Saskatoon Folk Fest is celebrating its 40th anniversary by celebrating the colourful multiculturalism of the city. Venues were spread out all around the

Read more

Cheese shipment worth $187K stolen from Tavistock, Ont. dairy

Oxford County OPP are investigating after someone allegedly used fraudulent paperwork to make off with $187,000 worth of cheese last Friday. The theft wasn’t

Read more

‘Schitt’s Creek’ star Dan Levy to receive GLAAD award

SAN FRANCISCO — Emmy-nominated “Schitt’s Creek” co-creator Daniel Levy will receive an award from the LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD next month. The media watchdog

Read more

City looks for tools to tackle crime, housing issues in Pleasant Hill

People who live in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood made their case at City Hall Monday, asking for more resources to help the community. Last

Read more

Provincial Parks to be shut down by a strike during construction holiday

A total of 23 provincial parks will be shut down during Quebec’s construction holiday when SEPAQ employees walk off the job. The Union of

Read more

Winnipeg’s meth crisis requires immediate action: advocates

CTVNews.ca’s Josh Dehaas, with a report from CTV Manitoba Bureau Chief Jill Macyshon Published Saturday, June 29, 2019 10:00PM EDT Winnipeg’s mayor and local

Read more

The important work of hospital volunteers

VIDEO:Health Sciences North Volunteer Association highlights the important contributions being made to the hospital. Lyndsay Aelick reports. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4463853.1560378590!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews

Read more

Cape Breton communities show support for Jaycee’s grieving family

A Cape Breton community has come together to support a family dealing with the loss of their little girl. Since her death, a movement

Read more

Montreal anarchist group vandalizes Queen Victoria, Sir John A. MacDonald statues

Two statues downtown have been vandalized again. A group calling itself the Montreal May Anarchists targeted the statue of Queen Victoria at McGill University

Read more

Leonard scores 35 points but gets little help in 94-89 loss to Philadelphia

TORONTO – Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors couldn’t overcome one of their worst first halves of the playoffs on Monday. Leonard scored 20

Read more