In debate countdown, Trump holds rally, Biden does prep

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump shunned formal debate practice Tuesday and was heading instead for another of his big rallies, two days ahead

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covid-19, london hall, western university, london, ontario,

LONDON, ONT. — The Middlesex-London Health Unit has declared an outbreak in a residence at Western University. In a release issued Sunday evening, the

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Coronavirus: Preparing a pared-down pandemic Thanksgiving

BARRIE, ONT. — Saturday was the perfect fall day to pick up some last-minute ingredients for Thanksgiving dinner. But this year’s won’t be the

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University of Toronto research to explore racism in health care during pandemic

TORONTO — A new research project will look at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on racialized communities as well as existing biases in

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‘My brain doesn’t work like it did’: COVID-19 ‘long-hauler’ describes persistent symptoms

TORONTO — More than 130,000 Canadians have recovered from COVID-19, but some patients say they’re experiencing debilitating side effects months after infection. Before the

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Much-needed rain and steady winds to wrap up the work week: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — We finally got that ‘early morning rain’ Gordon Lightfoot sings about, and it was a welcome sight for many after a long

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Retailer Anthropologie denies Black shoppers were profiled with secret code name

TORONTO — Boho-chic lifestyle retailer Anthropologie denied accusations it racially profiled customers by assigning codenames to Black shoppers so employees could watch them more

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One injured at anti-racism rally at Olympic Plaza

CALGARY — One person was injured at an anti-racism protest early Wednesday evening at Olympic Plaza. According to social media reports from the Calgary

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Racing returns to Georgian Downs minus the fans in the stands

BARRIE, ONT. — The horses are ready to race at Georgian Downs in Innisfil. The province has given the racing industry the green light,

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Provincial government holds town hall to discuss second phase of reopening

WINNIPEG — Provincial government ministers and health officials held a town hall Tuesday night to talk with Manitobans about questions or concerns about the

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