Toronto cop found guilty of sexually assaulting two women in cruiser

TORONTO — A Toronto police officer has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two women in his cruiser. It was the second trial for

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Salary cap economics squeezing out NHL’s middle class

Stephen Whyno, The Associated Press Published Thursday, September 19, 2019 2:05PM EDT Stanley Cup-winning experience isn’t worth what it used to be. Neither is

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Reiter apologizes for ‘oversight’ in not inviting Sask. NDP to children’s hospital grand opening

Health Minister Jim Reiter says he has personally apologized to Official Opposition leader Ryan Meili after the Sask. NDP were not invited to the

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Halifax beautification project is defaced with graffiti

A mural, which began as an initiative to transform a gritty Halifax alley into a beautiful display of art, was vandalized sometime between Wednesday

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Abbey Road album cover still iconic, 50 years later

It was 50 years ago today when the biggest band in the world were snapped walking across a zebra crossing on a quiet London

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Multi-faith food drive collecting donations for Winnipeg Harvest

Jeremie Charron, CTV Winnipeg Published Saturday, June 22, 2019 4:51PM CST Last Updated Saturday, June 22, 2019 5:26PM CST A multi-faith food drive took

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‘Not doing good’: Sask. crops struggling ahead of expected rainfall

Some Saskatchewan farmers have serious concerns on this year’s growing season if the province doesn’t receive some rainfall soon. Curtis Ridgway, a farmer in

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N.L. hunter suffers hoof-shaped bruise in brawl between man and moose

GRAND BANK, N.L. — Predator turned into prey during a brawl between man and moose in Newfoundland after a gunned-down bull bounced back with

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Tenant fights eviction and wins

Megan Shaw, CTV Ottawa Published Tuesday, April 16, 2019 5:55PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, April 16, 2019 6:49PM EDT A Centretown resident says her

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Province pauses high-speed rail funding, will look at enhancing current services

Ontario is pausing all capital funding for a proposed high-speed train corridor from Toronto to Windsor, a move opposition critics says will derail the

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