Driver dead after mounting curb, striking parked cars in Burlington

A man in his 60s is dead after he inexplicably lost control of his vehicle, mounted a curb and struck two parked cars in

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Hatred of women creeping into public debate, Trudeau tells equality conference

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says gender equality is under attack and, in the age of social media, it’s never been easier to

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Most of electric cars’ batteries will be recycled, Quebec consortium promises

New technology that makes it possible to recycle 95 per cent of electric car batteries will be in Montreal next year, a Quebec consortium

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Sask. victims of impaired driving honoured with new monument

A brand new monument was unveiled at Saskatoon City Hall on Saturday, to honour people in Saskatchewan who have been killed by impaired drivers.

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Police lay multiple charges in one-day safety inspection blitz

Police from across the region laid 58 charges in one day following a commercial vehicle inspection blitz in Innisfil. The officers teamed up in

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Star Wars lands touching down at Disney in 2019

ORLANDO, Fla. — Disney says its much-anticipated new Star Wars lands will open in California next summer and in Florida in late fall 2019.

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Tokyo Olympics cut spending; sports federations unhappy

TOKYO — The Tokyo Olympics are caught between the proverbial rock and hard place. Tokyo organizers are trying to cut spending, under pressure from

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Leonard scores 35 points but gets little help in 94-89 loss to Philadelphia

TORONTO – Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors couldn’t overcome one of their worst first halves of the playoffs on Monday. Leonard scored 20

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Rush lock up 1st place in NLL West Division

The Saskatchewan Rush will have home floor advantage heading into the National Lacrosse League playoffs after defeating the Colorado Mammoth 13-8 on Saturday night

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises detailed climate plan by end of June

VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he will present his party’s climate change plan by the beginning of summer. Speaking to supporters

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