Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises detailed climate plan by end of June

VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he will present his party’s climate change plan by the beginning of summer. Speaking to supporters

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101-year-old veteran of the ‘Battle of Britain’ reflects on Second World War

WINNIPEG — Thousands of people crowded into the Winnipeg Convention centre for the annual Joint Veterans’ Association Remembrance Day Service. One of the people

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Pope in Madagascar insists: ‘Poverty is not inevitable’

Nicole Winfield and Trisha Thomas, The Associated Press Published Sunday, September 8, 2019 9:16AM EDT ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Pope Francis insisted Sunday that poverty

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Students earn credit for new e-sports course

High School students at the Centre Professionnel et Technique Minto can now take their love of gaming to the next level—while earning a course

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Motorcyclist hospitalized after morning collision

A motorcyclist is in hospital after police say he collided with a vehicle that was stopped on Essa Road in Barrie this morning. The

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Harry Potter removed from Tennessee Catholic school library

NASHVILLE — A Catholic school in Tennessee has removed the Harry Potter books from its library after the school’s priest decided they could cause

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Reigning Olympic champion Heather Moyse building up for bobsled return

TORONTO — Olympic champion Heather Moyse doesn’t want to rush preparations in her latest bobsled comeback bid. However, she has limited time to get

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Brandon man wanted in connection with Friday morning shooting

A Brandon man is wanted in connection to a shooting early Friday morning. Carberry RCMP was called to the Brandon Hospital just before 7

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Eight-year-old boy rescued after drifting out to sea on inflatable unicorn

CTVNews.ca’s Brooklyn Neustaeter, with a report from CTV’s Los Angeles Bureau Chief Tom Walters Published Monday, June 17, 2019 6:51AM EDT What was supposed

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Labour issues on tap at 2nd United Conservative Party leadership debate – Edmonton

Three candidates for the United Conservative leadership say wholesale sacking of civil servants is not the answer to Alberta’s red ink woes — but they

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