City councillor says need for bike parking in Winnipeg is at an ‘all-time high’

WINNIPEG — Winnipeg bike shops have seen an uptick in sales since the arrival of COVID-19, and with bike infrastructure being added to the

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Sudbury students launch new summer companies

Three Sudbury high-school students have started their own summer companies thanks to a grant from the Ontario government. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4993125.1592692869!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews

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Hundreds turn out for rolling protest of nuclear waste plan

TEESWATER, ONT. — Hundreds of South Bruce residents let it be known they don’t want nuclear waste buried under their community Tuesday night. Protect

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‘No Peace Until Justice’ march set for downtown Ottawa

OTTAWA — Thousands of people are expected to gather in downtown Ottawa this afternoon for the “No Peace Until Justice” march. The rally to

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Provincial government holds town hall to discuss second phase of reopening

WINNIPEG — Provincial government ministers and health officials held a town hall Tuesday night to talk with Manitobans about questions or concerns about the

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First significant snow of the season possible

LONDON – It’s beginning to look a lot like… well you know. London and surrounding areas could see their first significant snowfall of the

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Record virus infections, deaths are ravaging Latin America

RIO DE JANEIRO — A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in

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WestJet and pilots association reach agreement to save 1,000 pilots’ jobs

CALGARY — Calgary-based WestJet and the airline pilot association reached an agreement Thursday that will save 1,000 pilots’ jobs at WestJet’s Encore and Swoop

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Report of person with gun outside Canmore hospital unsubstantiated: RCMP

CALGARY — Canmore RCMP received a call on Saturday evening about what appeared to be a man with a long gun near the Canmore

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‘Death is so real:’ Immigrant group says meat workers afraid after plant closure

CALGARY — An organization that works with immigrants says the temporary closure of a large slaughterhouse in southern Alberta has left many among its

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