St. Clair College breaks ground on Windsor campus’s new business and technology centre

WINDSOR, ONT. — A new Esports arena and large auditorium will be features of the new $23 million expansion at St. Clair College’s Windsor

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Ukrainian culture and heritage celebrated in Alberta

EDMONTON — Monday marked Ukrainian-Canadian Heritage Day in the province of Alberta, and Albertans of Ukrainian heritage gathered at the federal building for a

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A French song from Sturgeon Falls

Tonight’s song is by Claude Lecuyer from Sturgeon Falls, aka Ghost Rider, who sings a French song called ‘Perce Les Nuages.’ Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.5091989.1599176298!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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COVID-19 roundup for Aug. 30, 2020

OTTAWA — Good morning. Here is the latest news on COVID-19 and its impact on Ottawa. Fast Facts: 20 new cases of COVID-19 were

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Ontario mandates minimum of 225 minutes/day for ‘Zoom-style’ classes during online learning

OTTAWA — Students in Grades 1 to 12 enrolled in online learning full-time this fall will be required to be in a “Zoom-style” class

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Council to vote on controversial height of Inglewood development

CALGARY — Calgary’s historic Inglewood neighbourhood — famous for its Edwardian heritage buildings, restaurants and unique vendors — could soon be overshadowed by a

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Virtual concerts kick off to save music industry

A province-wide campaign to showcase live music virtually is kicking of Saturday with a new take on Surrey’s FVDED in the Park. Source link

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Dozens of artists participate in Calgary art show

A new show has opened at the Calgary’s Leighton Art Centre and the theme is aimed at helping to support artists with disabilities in

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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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Autopsy rules gas station assault as a homicide in Halifax

HALIFAX — Halifax Regional Police say a 47-year-old man’s death has been deemed a homicide. Around 10:20 p.m., police responded to reports of an

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