Sudbury's Virtual Canada Day celebration continues

Part 2 of the Sudbury Celebrates Canada Day event with entertainment from Northern Lights Festival Boreal with Patricia Cano and Jim Cuddy. Source link

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Man guilty of arson that killed baby released on time served

The 20-year-old man that set a fire that killed a baby and injured a woman in 2017 will not serve any more additional jail

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Air Force to hold funeral procession in Halifax for victim of Snowbirds crash

The Royal Canadian Air Force is organizing a procession through the streets of Halifax this weekend to honour the Snowbirds aerobatic team member who

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Unifor President speaks out against auto worker leave rules

Windsor, CTV Windsor Published Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:03PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, April 22, 2018 4:04PM EDT Unifor President Jerry Dias is condemning

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Long wait for Tokyo 2020 Olympic souvenir market to pick up

TOKYO — These are lonely times for thousands of souvenirs in dozens of Tokyo 2020 Olympic stores, which are drawing few customers with the

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P.E.I. reports no new cases of COVID-19, total remains at 27

HALIFAX — Prince Edward Island is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, with the total number of the cases in the province

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Feds to soon ban AR-15, several other firearms used in mass shootings: sources

OTTAWA — The federal government is set to soon announce a ban on certain assault-style weapons that have been used in past mass shootings,

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More than two dozen nearly new tents, camp stove stolen from Regina Scouts group

REGINA — The Regina 86th Scouts group is down a camp stove and more than two dozen tents after a break-in at its storage

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Deepak Chopra’s meditation stream crashes as people tune in to the wellness guru

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people are searching for some peace and relaxation any way they can get it — but so many were

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More Manitoba events closed, cancelled and postponed amid the pandemic

WINNIPEG — With provincial health officials urging Manitobans to follow physical distancing precautions, more events including conferences, concerts and gatherings continue to be cancelled.

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