Teen killed in serious crash on highway east of Calgary

A young driver was killed and another person was airlifted to hospital in Calgary after a head-on crash on a highway near Hussar on

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Pope baptizes 34 babies at Epiphany celebration

Frances D’Emilio, The Associated Press Published Sunday, January 7, 2018 8:48AM EST VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Sunday baptized 34 cooing and crying

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Fatal fire in Tottenham deemed accidental: OFM says no working smoke alarms

The Office of the Fire Marshal has confirmed there were no working smoke alarms in the unit that went up in flames and claimed

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Shelters hitting “epidemic proportions” as bitter cold weather continues

As the temperature continues to plummet, emergency shelters in Windsor are bustling, at or near capacity and stretching resources to the max. Environment Canada

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Section of 102 Ave. to close for two years, starting Jan. 8

Starting on Monday, a section of 102 Avenue in downtown Edmonton will be shut down – the two-year closure will make way for LRT

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First Canadian New Year’s babies delivered in Toronto at stroke of midnight

The Canadian Press Published Monday, January 1, 2018 3:24PM EST Last Updated Monday, January 1, 2018 3:27PM EST Two Toronto hospitals say the first

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MRI wait times could be eliminated in 2019, wait times report suggests

The Wait Times Reduction Task Force’s report suggests if the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority expanded hours for MRIs, the wait for the tests could

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Excavation work leaves big holes, buyers needed to fill craters

Regina is well known for being flat but there’s something new on the prairie landscape. Excavation work for the Regina Bypass Highway Project has

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AGO vows to fix wait times for tickets to popular ‘Infinity Mirrors’ exhibit

Maija Kappler, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, December 14, 2017 4:52PM EST Last Updated Thursday, December 14, 2017 7:41PM EST TORONTO — The Art

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Cape Breton councillor refuses to apologize after being scolded by mayor

A Cape Breton councillor says she will not be apologizing for comments she made on CTV News over the weekend. Amanda McDougall was scolded

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