Alex Ovechkin scores hat trick as Capitals get past Senators in shootout

By Lisa Wallace, The Canadian Press Published Friday, October 6, 2017 10:41AM EDT OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators learned the hard way that Alex

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Woman, 47, fatally struck by car on Brunswick Blvd. in Pointe-Claire

CTV Montreal Published Friday, December 8, 2017 9:49PM EST Last Updated Friday, December 8, 2017 11:09PM EST A 47-year-old woman is dead after she

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Ocean Man First Nation receives first firetruck in donation from Kamsack

OCEAN MAN FIRST NATION — A retired pump truck was given new life, becoming the first in Ocean Man First Nation’s Emergency Response team’s

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Snowy weather arrives in Calgary, homeless shelters gear up to keep clients warm

CALGARY — Calgary’s homeless shelters are gearing up to help clients stay warm in the coming days as the first snowstorm of the season

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Local casinos gamble on reopening this week

LONDON, ONT. — Casinos across southwestern Ontario will reopen in two phases later this week. Gateway Casinos and Entertainment has announced it will reopen

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Grade 2 class learns to sign O Canada — instead of sing it

RESERVE MINES, N.S. — The Grade 2 students in Ashley Gouthro’s class at Tompkins Elementary in Reserve Mines have been practising O Canada in

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Musicians barred from regular shows get creative during COVID-19

TORONTO — COVID-19 measures have made the world a little quieter, as public health measures limit large-scale performances for bands, choirs and musicians, but

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COVID-19 case reported at another Winnipeg school

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government said another COVID-19 case has been reported at a Winnipeg school. The province posted on Twitter Tuesday afternoon that

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Emmy predictions when predicting the future is folly

Stipulated: “Watchmen” will win the Emmy Award for best limited series and Regina King, its indomitable centre, will be honoured at Sunday’s largely virtual

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Green Speaker Series focusses on eco passages and at-risk species

WINDSOR – Issues surrounding species at-risk/road mortality was the topic of discussion as at the Malden Park Visitor Centre. Close to 50 people were

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