As summer arrives early in N.B, some enjoy the heat while others try to keep cool

SHEDIAC, N.B. — Parlee Beach in Shediac was packed on Thursday. There was snow just a couple weeks ago, but it has turned to

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Sask. veteran remembers VE Day on 75th anniversary

REGINA — The 75th anniversary of VE day gave Canadians a chance to remember and pay their respect to those that served in World

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Hundreds sign petition to allow tattoo artists to reopen in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — As businesses in Manitoba begin reopening, tattoo parlours are being forced to keep their doors closed. Now one local tattoo artist is

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Kirkland Lake Gold extends suspension

Kirkland Lake Gold has decided to extend its temporary suspension at all three locations. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4922596.1588474981!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories and

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Assiniboine Park Zoo faces uncertainty about returning to normal after pandemic

WINNIPEG — The Assiniboine Park Conservancy (APC) said it’s facing uncertainty about if, when and how things will return to normal for the Assiniboine

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Campaign launched to assist restaurants struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — A well-known beer maker is hoping to help restaurants that are struggling as a result of the restrictions put in place to

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Loved ones of inmates worry COVID-19 will ‘spread like wildfire’ in the prison system

TORONTO — The spouses of two inmates at a Toronto-area prison are hoping the federal government will allow for the early release of non-violent

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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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Massive fire destroys building on Montreal Road

OTTAWA — A raging fire in the heart of Vanier has destroyed a commercial building with multiple businesses inside. According to Ottawa Fire, an

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Historian says Canada uses police force to ‘protect the economy’ instead of dealing with Indigenous concerns

TORONTO — In the wake of Ontario Provincial Police moving in to arrest Mohawk protesters at a railway near Belleville, Ont., Monday morning, a

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