Leamington to begin its search for a new police service

WINDSOR, ONT. — Leamington council is taking the next step and has agreed to hire MPM Consulting to help them find a new police

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Remembering Sudbury hockey star Eddie Shack

Remembering Sudbury hockey star Eddie Shack Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.5041302.1595890035!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories and much more.

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Out-of-town beach-goers share Premier’s parking frustration

ORILLIA, ONT. — Don’t expect to see Doug Ford hitting a Simcoe County beach anytime soon. The Premier’s office tells CTV News there have

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Investigators confirm fifth tornado from weekend storms north Blyth, Ont.

WINGHAM, ONT. — It’s five tornadoes and counting from Sunday’s storm that swept across southwestern Ontario. Investigators with Western University’s Northern Tornadoes Project (NTP)

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Blue Jays can’t play home games in Toronto after federal government rejects plan

TORONTO — The Blue Jays can’t play home games in Toronto this season after the federal government rejected the club’s plan to use Rogers

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Sask. casinos, bingo halls set to reopen Thursday

REGINA — As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift in Saskatchewan, casinos and bingo halls are next up in the reopening on July 9. Casinos

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Summer camps look drastically different this year

WINGHAM, ONT. — The cabins are empty, the playing fields are bare, and the archery range has no archers. Welcome to Camp Menesetung 2020,

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Kitchener man ticketed for driving illegally modified car

KITCHENER — The Waterloo Regional Police Service says officers issued five tickets to the driver of an illegally modified vehicle. The WRPS Traffic Services

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Mexico’s COVID deaths pass 30,000, world’s fifth highest total

MEXICO CITY — Mexico topped 30,000 COVID-19 deaths Saturday, overtaking France as the country with the fifth-highest death toll since the coronavirus outbreak began.

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Eased COVID-19 restrictions a morale boost for loved ones of supervised home residents

MONTREAL — Families with loved ones suffering from psychiatric issues who live in supervised homes could soon begin to visit again after months of

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