Sask. casinos, bingo halls set to reopen Thursday

REGINA — As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift in Saskatchewan, casinos and bingo halls are next up in the reopening on July 9. Casinos

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MPI rates to increase in 2018: Public Utilities Board

The Public Utilities Board has approved a 2.6 per cent overall general rate increase for Manitoba Public Insurance in the coming year. The increase

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Local group demanding changes to WRPS programs

KITCHENER — One of the organizations involved in Wednesday’s KW Solidarity March for Black Lives Matter has released three specific demands to address race

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Disgraced former Barrie doctor given a second chance after serving time in federal prison

TORONTO — Darryl Gebien has been given a second chance. “I’m not the same person I was five years ago, that was the depths

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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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Transit Windsor re-start expected to rack up losses for City Hall

WINDSOR, ONT. — The imminent resumption of public transit service is expected to be a costly endeavour according to a report outlining COVID-19 related

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COVID-19: Desjardins closing over 500 branches as a precaution Wednesday

MONTREAL — Desjardins Bank will keep 349 branches open in total for clients in Quebec and Ontario down from 872 Wednesday, as a measure to

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NBA suspends season until further notice over coronavirus

MIAMI — The NBA has suspended its season “until further notice” after a Utah Jazz player tested positive Wednesday for the novel coronavirus, a

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New street lights too late for mother of woman killed in Ring Rd. crash

REGINA — Katie Boehm died in a crash on Ring Road four years ago. The memory of that night is still fresh for her

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Kayabaga retweets prompt library board resignation

LONDON, ONT. — London Public Library board member Jeremy McCall has resigned from the library board, blaming online fallout from comments made by city

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