Police put out call for missing woman

Police have put out a notice for a woman who went missing from Oxford. Melissa Boutilier, 40, was last seen around 1:00 p.m. walking

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Kraus Flooring employees told layoff is indefinite

CTV Kitchener Published Thursday, September 6, 2018 6:22PM EDT Last Updated Friday, September 7, 2018 5:35AM EDT Employees at Kraus Flooring in Waterloo have

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Ontario’s basic-income pilot project to end March 2019

TORONTO — Ontario’s basic-income pilot project, which was launched by the former Liberal government and was aimed at lifting people out of poverty, will

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Manufacturers ask Singh to help push for end to trade uncertainty

U.S. mark-ups on aluminum and steel, NAFTA negotiations and the threat of auto tariffs are creating uncertainty in southwestern Ontario’s manufacturing sector. Industry leaders

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Memoir by Japanese emperor to be auction in New York

NEW YORK – A memoir by Japanese Emperor Hirohito that offers his recollections of the Second World War is predicted to fetch between $100,000

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Angus woman missing since June 21

Barrie police are asking for the public’s help to locate a missing Angus woman. Samantha McInnis was last seen by her family and friends

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B.C. stands firm in decision not to host World Cup 2026 soccer games

British Columbia’s New Democrat government is holding firm on its decision not to host games during the FIFA 2026 World Cup, citing the risk

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Choosing cabinet, picking office space, hiring assistants: Tory transition to power underway

TORONTO — From choosing cabinet members and hiring political aides, to picking office space and conducting background checks on legislators, Ontario’s newly elected Progressive

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Damage pegged at $450K in Admiral Road house fire

A Kitchener home is destroyed after an early morning house fire in the St. Mary’s neighbourhood of the city. Fire crews were called to

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Ford promises revenue-sharing with northern communities if elected

Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives say they’ll set up a formal resource revenue-sharing system if elected to power this spring to ensure northern communities benefit from

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