Residents of N.S. community anxious after high-risk sex offender charged again

CTV Atlantic Published Wednesday, January 30, 2019 6:20PM AST Last Updated Wednesday, January 30, 2019 7:07PM AST Word that a high-risk offender is facing

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Hockey player accepts team employee’s apology for blackface

A Nigerian-born hockey player has accepted the apology of a minor league equipment manager who wore blackface to the team’s Halloween party in 2011.

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Andrew Berry sentencing begins in Victoria

The sentencing hearing Andrew Berry began Monday and is expected to last much of the week as victim impact statements are read in court.

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Israeli warplanes hit targets in Gaza Strip after rockets

JERUSALEM — Israeli warplanes have struck Hamas military targets in the Gaza Strip after Palestinian militants fired rockets into Israel. The Palestinian health ministry

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Sea lion in B.C. suffering from gunshot wounds to the head euthanized

VANCOUVER — A sea lion being treated for gunshots to the head has died at the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. The aquarium

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Historic Crescentwood home gets lifeline after committee vote

The home located at 514 Wellington Cres. will have a shot at historical status after a city committee was split on an appeal vote.

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‘Enough’: New TIME magazine cover a chilling visualization of U.S. shootings

The new TIME magazine cover expected to hit newsstands Friday lists the 253 U.S. cities that have experienced a mass shooting this year alone.

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Family seeks answers as teen remains in coma a week after hit-and-run crash

Abby Roby describes seeing her son in a coma as a “parent’s worst nightmare.” Tristan Roby was struck by a vehicle in a hit-and-run

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Carbon monoxide alarms should be in every home, fire chief says

CTV Saskatoon Published Thursday, July 11, 2019 6:29PM CST Last Updated Thursday, July 11, 2019 7:00PM CST Support is pouring in for a family

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Ontario’s strategic transformation adviser fired amid reports of ties to Dean French

TORONTO — Ontario’s strategic transformation adviser was fired Thursday as a report emerged that he had ties to Premier Doug Ford’s former chief of

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