Montreal man charged with possessing and distributing child pornography

MONTREAL — A Montreal man has been charged with possession and distribution of child pornography, say Quebec provincial police. Investigators specializing in the online

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Barrington man charged with aggravated assault after someone was hit with a piece of lumber

HALIFAX — Things got a little rowdy in Clyde River, N.S. on Saturday night leading to the arrest of one man for aggravated assault.

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Wilderness Tours kicks off the summer season in the Ottawa Valley

OTTAWA — A destination attraction in the Ottawa Valley is set to open for the season this weekend. Wilderness Tours is a popular rafting

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Volunteers spreading the word about ‘June 27th Miracle’

WINDSOR, ONT. — Volunteers hoping to break the world record for largest food drive are ready to spread the word across the area. About

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New York governor signs police accountability legislation

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law on Friday a sweeping package of police accountability measures that received new backing

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‘Untested technology’: Winnipeg protesters worried about 5G antennas

WINNIPEG — There weren’t any people on their cell phones at a 5G protest in Winnipeg. Saturday afternoon, a group of Winnipeggers gathered at

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Former health minister Rona Ambrose joins board of e-cigarette company Juul

OTTAWA — Former interim Conservative leader and past federal health minister Rona Ambrose has joined the board of directors for e-cigarette company Juul. Her

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Windsor man charged after gun theft in Amherstburg

WINDSOR, ONT. — A 22-year-old Windsor man has been charged after police say several guns were stolen from a home in the Amherstburg area.

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Father says Boris Johnson likely out of action for a while

LONDON — British Prime minister Boris Johnson needs time to recover from the new coronavirus and is unlikely to be back at work soon,

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Shapiro says Blue Jays focused on supporting efforts to slow COVID-19

DUNEDIN, FLA. — Toronto Blue Jays president and chief executive officer Mark Shapiro says its too early to tell how much the 2020 Major

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