A player in the WHL is saying bye to his billet mom through playing the sport

A junior hockey player who was recently traded to the Swift Current Broncos is playing on to honour his billet mother, who died just

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Multi-million dollar retail development in Sidney is cancelled

Omicron is pulling the plug on a multi-million dollar retail development in Sidney. The project polarized the community, but that’s not why it’s being

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Protesters use Flyers’ new mascot ‘Gritty’ to decry Trump

Philadelphians used the city’s latest sports mascot to protest a visit by President Donald Trump. About 100 protesters gathered Tuesday outside of the Philadelphia

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Jenny Gerbasi endorses school board chair for council seat she’s vacating

Pamela Neves is a fan of her city councillor Jenny Gerbasi, who’s leaving city hall after a 20-year career. “Her principles, and her get

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West Nile Virus found in Brant County

The Brant County Health Unit has seen three positive human cases for West Nile Virus so far this summer. Also, one positive mosquito pool

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Woman fined $156 for wearing face veil in Denmark

HELSINKI – A 28-year-old woman wearing a face veil has become the first person in Denmark to be fined for violating a new law

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Manitoba child the province’s first human case of West Nile for 2018

CTV Winnipeg Published Thursday, August 2, 2018 11:48AM CST Last Updated Thursday, August 2, 2018 12:03PM CST The province said a child under the

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Two men accused of killing Laura Babcock found guilty of first-degree murder

The Canadian Press Published Saturday, December 16, 2017 12:01PM EST Last Updated Saturday, December 16, 2017 1:10PM EST TORONTO — Two men accused of

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Car rental agencies struggle with screenings as security concerns rise

Monday’s deadly rental van rampage in Toronto shows how quickly a vehicle can be turned into a weapon, but rental agencies are finding few

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WHO designation of ‘gaming disorder’ rankles local gamers

Growing up in Kitchener, Brody Moore played hockey. He liked the competitive rush. As he moved into his teens, he realized that he was

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