VestiVille music festival draws Fyre Fest comparisons after abrupt cancellation

BRUSSELS — A music festival in Belgium featuring major stars like rapper Cardi B came to a chaotic end before it had even started.

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Windsor artist receives highest Order of Canada honour

A Windsor artist and educator has been named a Companion of the Order of Canada. Iain Baxter&, pronounced Baxter-and, is among 83 appointments announced

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US officials seize Egyptian mummy linens coming from Canada

PORT HURON, Mich. – U.S. border officials say they have seized ancient Egyptian mummy linens during enforcement operations at Sarnia’s Blue Water Bridge. U.S.

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Indigenous students concerned about changes to CBE program

The Calgary Board of Education is shifting the focus of its Indigenous support away from high school students and to the elementary and middle

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An early ‘Tintin’ cover sells at auction for $1.1 million

An original drawing used for the first published “Tintin” cover was sold at auction on Saturday in Dallas for $1.12 million, the Heritage Auctions

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Sask. victims of impaired driving honoured with new monument

A brand new monument was unveiled at Saskatoon City Hall on Saturday, to honour people in Saskatchewan who have been killed by impaired drivers.

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Banning hits to head would mean end of all hits in NHL, Bettman says

Jordan Press, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, May 1, 2019 5:17PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, May 1, 2019 8:13PM EDT OTTAWA — The commissioner

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Butts hands over texts, notes to Justice Committee in wake of Wilson-Raybould’s evidence

Jeremiah Rodriguez, CTVNews.ca Staff Published Sunday, March 31, 2019 11:49AM EDT Last Updated Sunday, March 31, 2019 12:00PM EDT Gerald Butts, Prime Minister Justin

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RCMP say RPS’ Machinskinic death investigation does not meet professional investigative standards

The Regina Police Service released a redacted copy of the “Independent File Review: Sudden Death Investigation of Nadine Machiskinic” on Thursday. Regina Police Service

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Retrial begins for four accused of fatally beating Bradford man in 2015

Old wounds have reopened for the family of a Bradford man who police say was beaten to death in 2015. Nearly a year after

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