Trump warns of sanctions if Iraq tries to expel U.S. troops

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump insists that Iranian cultural sites are fair game for the U.S. military, dismissing concerns within his own administration

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Moncton homeless shelters prepare for holiday rush

MONCTON — While many Maritimers are heading home for the holidays, not everyone has a home to head to. This is a busy time

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New Ont. law makes it harder to sue provincial government, sets worrying precedent: legal critics

TORONTO — A new law enacted in Ontario in July makes it harder to take class action lawsuits against the Ontario government, according to

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Northern Pulp mill will shut down without extension to Boat Harbour deadline: CEO

HALIFAX — The CEO of Paper Excellence Canada, the parent company of Northern Pulp, says the Pictou County mill will have to shut down

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Point-Saint-Charles residents are angered at their local Y closing

MONTREAL — Residents in Point-Saint-Charles were surprised and angered when they found out three YMCAs including their local Y were being closed. Staff running

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Grey Cup Festival 2019: Where Bombers’ fans go to party

CALGARY — Touchdown Manitoba officially opened at 12:00 PM MT on Friday Nov. 22, otherwise known as the kickoff to the biggest party for

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Two-vehicle crash leaves driver with serious injuries

KITCHENER  – Waterloo Regional Police are investigating after a crash in Cambridge left a person with serious injuries. Officers were called to Townline Road

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Mount St. Louis Moonstone invests millions for ski season

As the ski and snowboard season nears, construction crews are hard at work at Mount St. Louis Moonstone to install $7 million worth of

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‘It’s a concern that’s been percolating’: Property crimes rising in St. Norbert

As property crimes rise in the neighbourhood, a St. Norbert city councillor wants area residents to formally report crimes to help police. During an

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Montreal marathon director resigning after death of runner over the weekend

MONTREAL — The director of the Montreal marathon says he is resigning after the death of a runner at the event over the weekend.

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