‘Deeply saddened’: Queen sends condolences to families of Iran plane crash victims

TORONTO — The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh say they are “deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life” following the Tehran plane

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Toronto residents celebrate death of top general in Iran

Several dozen Iranian-Canadians danced and cheered in Toronto on Friday as they celebrated the death of a top general in their home country. An

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Federal economic outlook improves, deficit projected at $19.9B in 2017-18

OTTAWA – The federal government is using an improved fiscal situation to make increases to some of its tax measures for middle and low

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Accessibility advocates call on municipality to clean up icy sidewalks

HALIFAX — The icy mess left behind by a New Year’s Day storm has made travelling Halifax’s sidewalks for those with disabilities, nearly impossible.

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Adie Knox pool, rink survive chopping block

WINDSOR — The future of the pool and ice pad at the Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex in west Windsor is safe after council

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First-degree murder charge to be laid after woman found dead in Etobicoke fire, sources say

TORONTO — A man accused in the death of a 61-year-old woman, who was found without vital signs following a fire inside an Etobicoke

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Ontario to dramatically expand cannabis retail market and remove cap on number of pot shops

TORONTO — The Ontario government has announced steps to allow more cannabis retail stores to open in January. In a news release issued Thursday,

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One man dead over possible carbon monoxide poisoning

OTTAWA – One man has died over suspected carbon monoxide poisoning after an elderly couple was found in their Orléans home Tuesday morning. Paramedics

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Rally for change held outside of Southwest Detention Centre

WINDSOR — It’s been the site of at least four overdoses since Oct. 30 including a fatal overdose. A group held a rally outside

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Winnipeg school reaping rewards after putting scheduling to the test

A Winnipeg school is taking the standard school day and making some tweaks. Ecole Lacerte in Windsor Park has gone from three breaks during

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