Intensive negotiations ongoing to avoid a general family daycare centre strike Monday

MONTREAL — There may be hope that a strike can be avoided in family daycare centres starting Monday. The Quebec’s early childhood workers union

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Second person tied to Ontario mafia-linked murders found dead in Mexico

TORONTO — A second man connected to the 2017 killings of Angelo Musitano in Hamilton and Mila Barberi in Vaughan was found dead this

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Derelict boats removed from Cadboro Bay beach

After a year of lobbying the Cadboro Bay neighbourhood has finally gotten the funding it needs to clear derelict vessels off its beach. Source

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5 things to know on Wednesday, June 20 on CTVNews.ca: Marijuana, childhood depression, Crohn’s

Marijuana is expected to be legal in Canada by September after the Senate passed Bill C-45, setting it up for Royal Assent. 1. Marijuana

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Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Mississauga shooting

TORONTO — A man in his 20s has been critically injured in a shooting in Mississauga Monday evening. Emergency crews were called to a

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Letter penned a day before Titanic sank sold at U.K. auction

LONDON – A letter written by one of the Titanic’s passengers a day before the ocean liner sank has sold for £126,000 ($166,000 US)

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‘We need to open,’ Businesses finally reopen to the public across York Region

NEWMARKET, ONT. — It’s officially patio season in York Region. Small business owners have been waiting for months for the province to give the

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Calgarians clean up after localized flooding from powerful storm

CALGARY — Some Calgarians had to spend Sunday cleaning up their yards, basements and vehicles after a severe thunderstorm pounded the city Saturday night.

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Trump may issue first veto if Congress disapproves of national emergency call

Zeke Miller, The Associated Press Published Sunday, February 17, 2019 10:05AM EST WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A top adviser to President Donald Trump

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Province pauses high-speed rail funding, will look at enhancing current services

Ontario is pausing all capital funding for a proposed high-speed train corridor from Toronto to Windsor, a move opposition critics says will derail the

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