Rainfall warning issued for parts of cottage country

BARRIE, ONT. — Heavy rain on the way could spoil the long weekend. Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for the areas of

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Need help choosing a post-secondary school? Webinar made by Western students may help

LONDON, ONT. — Need help choosing a post-secondary school? A webinar made by Western students may help. Four Western University students have created an

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Luxury menswear maker Samuelsohn starts making surgical gowns in Quebec

MONTREAL — Clothing maker Samuelsohn has reopened its Montreal factory with nearly 150 employees to begin production of personal protective equipment for doctors, nurses

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2 Alberta communities facing important weekends in their COVID-19 battles

CALGARY — Two COVID-19 outbreaks in southern Alberta are being closely monitored by health officials. A large spike in virus numbers in both the

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‘It made my blood boil’: Porch pirates nabbing patio decor in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge residents are seeing a troubling trend of thieves taking off with their patio decor in the middle of the night. Residents

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Burnley condemns ‘White Lives Matter’ banner flown over Etihad Stadium

Burnley has strongly condemned a “White Lives Matter Burnley” banner that was flown by a small plane over the Etihad Stadium ahead of their

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Manitoba health officials to give COVID-19 update as Phase 2 of reopening begins

WINNIPEG — Manitoba health officials will be giving an update on COVID-19 in the province as Phase Two of the reopening plan begins. Dr.

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Victoria teen organizing drive-in theatre

A Victoria high school student is working with Island Health and Esquimalt to launch a drive-in theatre amid the pandemic. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4940552.1589507758!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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Rolling protest at legislature against proposed cuts to public sector

WINNIPEG — A convoy of drivers gathered at the Manitoba Legislature Tuesday evening for a rolling protest against proposed cuts to the public sector

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Loss of whale watching tours may harm research

Whale researchers say that valuable ocean information that whale watching tours record may be lost as the industry slows to a crawl. Source link

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