Last year for Griswold-like Christmas display

For 28 years, a home on Tuxedo Drive turns into a winter wonderland – but owners say after this year they’ll be turning off

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Tips to stay safe while shovelling snow

From CTV Northern Ontario’s Isaac Cohen: Snow removal has risks, how can you stay safe and avoid injury this winter? Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.3718833.1513121202!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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U.K. banker back in Hong Kong court to appeal murder conviction

Kelvin Chan, The Associated Press Published Tuesday, December 12, 2017 1:47AM EST HONG KONG – A British banker sentenced to life in prison for

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Meeting scheduled Monday between firefighters, North Huron Council and OFM

North Huron firefighters are hoping for a quick resolution after dozens of men and women resigned from their jobs. A meeting has been scheduled

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Saskatchewan’s Alberta licence plate ban a hurdle for Lloydminster contractors

The Saskatchewan government’s move to ban vehicles with Alberta licence plates on provincial highway construction sites is a hurdle for some contractors whose business

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Japanese emperor’s memoir purchased by doctor

NEW YORK – A Japanese plastic surgeon known for his extreme political views has purchased at auction for $275,000 a memoir by Japanese Emperor

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Windsor man pleads guilty in Walkerville shooting

A Windsor man has pleaded guilty to multiple charges after a shooting in Walkerville last summer. Kyle Allen Williston, 21, pleaded guilty Monday to

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Great Lakes facing numerous threats, lack of funding, group says

An environmental group says the federal government isn’t putting enough money into efforts to restore the health of the Great Lakes. Ashley Wallis of

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Free national parks program soon to end, but kids will still get in free in 2018

By Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, November 30, 2017 4:32PM EST OTTAWA — The party is nearly over: the free admission to

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Defence to reveal if it will present evidence in Laura Babcock murder trial

TORONTO – The jury at a first-degree murder trial for two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman who vanished five years ago

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