Delivery driver caught on video allegedly taking package he had just delivered

TORONTO — There has been a surge in online shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic and that means some packages may end up being targets

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COVID recovery kits donated to help local businesses reopen

MIDLAND, ONT. — COVID recovery kits are being handed out to Midland and Penetanguishene businesses to ease some of the costs associated with new

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Charlottetown statue of Sir John A. Macdonald covered in red paint

CHARLOTTETOWN — A statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in Prince Edward Island has become the latest in a series of defaced of sculptures

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Man guilty of arson that killed baby released on time served

The 20-year-old man that set a fire that killed a baby and injured a woman in 2017 will not serve any more additional jail

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Toronto’s top doctor shares what you need to know about masks amid pandemic

TORONTO — With public health officials at all levels now recommending that people use cloth masks in some situations, Toronto’s medical officer of health

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Brockville business offers free wood to keep people warm during COVID-19 pandemic

BROCKVILLE — D&D Tree Service is a small tree removal service in Brockville, and as with a lot of other local businesses they have

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COVID-19: Sask. to provide update on Tuesday afternoon

REGINA — Health officials will have an update on the current COVID-19 situation in Saskatchewan on Tuesday afternoon. Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib

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‘Kids in the Hall’ getting new life on Amazon Prime Video

“The Kids in the Hall” are returning to the small screen. Amazon Prime Video says it’s reviving the groundbreaking Canadian sketch TV show with

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Biggest zoo in Bangladesh bans elephant rides

DHAKA, BANGLADESH — Bangladesh’s biggest zoo has called time on elephant rides following a long-running campaign by activists. The ban was quietly introduced last

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Alberta appeals court rules federal carbon tax unconstitutional

EDMONTON — In a 4 to 1 decision, the Alberta Court of Appeal became the first to declare the federal carbon tax unconstitutional. Last

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