Injured Humboldt Broncos player launches lawsuit against drivers in 2018 crash

CALGARY — A hockey player paralyzed from the chest down in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has launched a lawsuit that names both drivers

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Europe builds makeshift hospitals for COVID-19 patients

MONTREAL — Intensive care units around the world are getting busier every day due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New video footage captures how medical

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Maritime truckers keep on trucking through troubling times

SALISBURY, N.B. — Truckers travelling to and from the Maritime are more relied upon than ever as supplies are low in many areas. However,

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Influenza outbreak ongoing at Stratford hospital

KITCHENER — Stratford General Hospital is still experiencing an influenza outbreak. The outbreak was first announced on Feb. 10 and has affected the Medicine

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This Canadian group wants to stop genocides before they happen

TORONTO — Can words posted to social media suggest where a genocide might happen? Christopher Tuckwood thinks so. “If we look historically at any

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Jojo Rabbit director felt shame dressing as Hitler for movie

Marcela Isaza, The Associated Press Published Thursday, October 17, 2019 1:37AM EDT LOS ANGELES — Drawing on his own Jewish heritage and experiences growing

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Can putting a city under lockdown stop the spread of a coronavirus?

TORONTO — Can keeping millions of people inside their own city actually contain the coronavirus? Canadian doctors don’t think so, but say the strategy

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Tables and chairs removed from Cumberland St. Tim Hortons

OTTAWA — All tables and chairs have been removed from the Cumberland Street Tim Hortons in an effort to curb drug use and other

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Kirstine Stewart shares tips on pitching to business, in conversation with Arlene Dickinson – Calgary

CBC Calgary presents Venturing Out with Arlene Dickinson. It’s a seven-part series of candid conversations between Dickinson and some of Canada’s top entrepreneurs. They cover

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Toronto’s medical officer of health wants to change rules on vaping

TORONTO — Toronto’s medical officer of health wants both the city and the federal government to change their regulations on vaping. At next Tuesday’s

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