Angry dairy farmers confront MacAulay at P.E.I. announcement

What was supposed to be an infrastructure announcement quickly became a shouting match on Friday when dairy farmers unleashed their frustrations on federal agriculture

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Food Bank holds annual Calgary-wide food drive

Volunteers were busy on Saturday, helping out with the annual city-wide donation drive for the Calgary Food Bank. It’s the 14th year for the

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City counting cyclists uptown | CTV Kitchener News

A bicycle counter installed on King Street is designed to log how many people are passing by pedal. One is located at the intersection

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Kingston, Ont. family accused of allegedly kidnapping, abusing woman for 11 months

TORONTO — Investigators say three family members have been charged after a woman was allegedly kidnapped and abused for nearly a year. Police say

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Four more tornados touch down in southern Sask., total for week at six

Environment Canada has confirmed that four tornadoes touched down in Saskatchewan on Tuesday. The first tornado touched down 15 kilometres west of Golden Prairie

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Kitchen fire causes $30,000 in damages

Damage is estimated at $30,000 after a kitchen fire in the city’s west end on Sunday night. The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a

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5 things to know on Wednesday, June 20 on CTVNews.ca: Marijuana, childhood depression, Crohn’s

Marijuana is expected to be legal in Canada by September after the Senate passed Bill C-45, setting it up for Royal Assent. 1. Marijuana

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Caught on cam: Boy jumps into action to save drowning friend

Caught on cam: Boy jumps into action to save drowning friend Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.3968464.1528732106!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories and much more. USA

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City committee wants to play it safe with cannabis rules at public events

Calgary is one step closer to allowing pot smoking at concerts and festivals, but regulations could end up keeping marijuana confined to particular areas

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