Doctor working in Guelph being investigated on accusations of voyeurism

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario have made their investigation into a Guelph doctor public. Doctor Fady Ghaly has been accused of

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Woman charged after one-year-old baby found alone in hot car in Richmond, Ont.

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. – A woman has been charged after police say she left her one-year-old child alone in a hot car at a

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Disability Awareness month

Tony Ryma talks with Dr. Thomas Merritt about barriers faced by people with disabilities when trying to work. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.3636779.1508281457!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews

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HIV, syphilis outbreaks declared in northwest Saskatchewan: SHA

The Saskatchewan Health Authority says there are HIV and syphilis outbreaks in several communities in northwest Saskatchewan. An HIV outbreak has been declared in

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Thieves swipe one-of-a-kind swords and knives from medieval shop in Calgary

Staff at Dark Age Creations are picking up the pieces after intruders gained entry to the showroom early Wednesday morning and stole a number

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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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City adds enforcement to vehicle noise monitoring pilot project

The City of Edmonton extended its Vehicle Noise Monitoring Project until August—and drivers who break the law could be penalized. The project collected decibel

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Scooting across Canada

One man made a stop in Sudbury while he travels on his scooter to raise awareness for animal liberation. CTV’s Lindsay Aelick reports. Source

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‘It just broke my heart’: Premier tours Muskoka, promises change

“You just can’t imagine, unless it’s happened to you, the damage water does.” Premier Doug Ford spoke from the Muskoka hamlet of Minett on

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Striking college instructors hold rally at Queen’s Park

Striking college faculty are rallying outside government offices in Toronto, calling on the province to send college administrators back to the bargaining table. The

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