Saskatoon wants to hire someone to deal with thousands of parking ticket complaints

The City of Saskatoon is looking at paying someone $80,000 a year to handle parking ticket complaints. The customer support coordinator will respond to

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Work underway on new Y.O.U. housing in downtown London

Progress is being made on the new Youth Opportunities Unlimited youth service hub and affordable housing facility on Richmond Street. The facility is the

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Funding requested for emergency shelter pilot program

The Region of Waterloo will soon make a decision on whether to fund a new emergency shelter pilot program. The Emergency Shelter System (ESS)

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Teen in remission uses Make-A-Wish to help cancer patients

An Edmonton teen is using her Make-A-Wish opportunity to grant 300 other wishes this holiday season. When she was 12, Sophia Ferris was diagnosed

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Montreal area home sales hit eight-year high for September

The real estate market in Greater Montreal matched September’s heat wave with sales reaching an eight-year high for the month. The Greater Montreal Real

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Check on welfare request prompts CPS investigation at northwest motel

Members of the Calgary Police Service cordoned off the entrance to a motel room in the city’s northwest as part on an investigation into

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Woman killed in Henday crash identified by coworker

The woman killed in a three-vehicle collision on the Anthony Henday on Saturday morning is being identified as Steffi Stuetz. A former coworker and

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Nurse surprised by complainant’s injuries, sailor’s sexual assault trial told

HALIFAX — A nurse who examined a young Halifax woman after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by British sailors says she was surprised by

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Fatal RCMP-involved shooting investigated in Gleichen, Alta. – Calgary

Alberta Serious Incident Response Team releases brief note about incident CBC News Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:45 AM MT Last Updated: Oct 19, 2017

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N.B. Liberals promise to modernize liquor laws, expand where alcohol can be sold

DIEPPE, N.B. — New Brunswick’s Liberal Party says it’ll modernize the province’s liquor laws and expand the sale of beer, wine and alcohol to

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