Union reports FCA layoff, company won’t confirm

WINDSOR — Unifor Local 444 reports its workers at the FCA Windsor Assembly plant face a layoff before the month is out, but the

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Snow storm to hit southeastern Manitoba closes highways

WINNIPEG — A stretch of no snow in Winnipeg is about to come to a close, according to Environment Canada, which has issued snowfall

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Hockey for Hospice Tournament raises over $373, 322

WINDSOR, ONTARIO — Nearly 2,000 hockey players from across Windsor and Essex County have raised more than $373, 322 during their 24th Annual Hockey

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Grey Cup Festival 2019: Where Bombers’ fans go to party

CALGARY — Touchdown Manitoba officially opened at 12:00 PM MT on Friday Nov. 22, otherwise known as the kickoff to the biggest party for

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Elder speaks to school boards on importance of reconciliation in classrooms

REGINA — At the Saskatchewan School Boards Association’s fall general assembly, the importance of reconciliation in the classroom is a major focus. Elder Sharon

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Rage Against the Machine announce reunion tour, will headline Coachella

Rage Against the Machine will once again headline Coachella to close out a reunion tour in 2020, the band announced Friday. The rock group,

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Moe says PM should meet with him to mend relationship with the west

REGINA — At an event that officially opened the long-awaited Regina Bypass, the Premier of Saskatchewan said that Prime Minister Trudeau could start mending

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Saskatoon real-estate agent selling massive 23,800 acre farm

SASKATOON — A Saskatoon agricultural real-estate agent is listing what he says is one of the biggest farm lots currently for sale in the

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Thinking of concussion safety

WATCH: Rowan’s Law, a concussion safety bill, has been updated with a new code of conduct for sports across Ontario. Molly Frommer reports. Source

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Couch lit on fire as Laurier students gather for Ezra Avenue street party

An impromptu street party ended with a couch fire and police investigation. About 1,000 people flocked to Ezra Avenue Monday night, the same Waterloo

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