Calgary family holds out hope for man reported missing off Florida coast

The boat belonging to a Calgary man who set sail on a trip off the coast of Florida on Friday has been recovered and

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Saskatoon police issuing more traffic enforcement tickets

The number of tickets issued by Saskatoon Police nearly doubled in a three year period. In 2013, the number of traffic tickets issued totaled

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OPP warn drivers to stay alert after 19 deer hit in Essex County this month

Essex County OPP officers are urging motorists to drive carefully after investigating 19 vehicle crashes involving deer since Nov. 1. Police say luckily no

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Male suffers serious injuries during assault

London police are investigating an assault that left a male with serious injuries. Police discovered the victim around 9 a.m. Monday in the area

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Annual march for justice continues as 2007 Crazybull murder investigation remains unsolved

Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Crazybull’s loved ones gathered Sunday at a spot on 17 Avenue Southwest, as they have each year for nearly a decade, and

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Ottawa Redblacks gear up for eastern semi-final

The Ottawa Redblacks are looking to start defending their Grey Cup title on Sunday. They take on the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the eastern semi-final

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Lost then found N.B. fallen soldier honoured on Remembrance Day

The recent discovery of a Canadian soldier’s remains in Europe touched close to home at a New Brunswick cenotaph on Remembrance Day. Sgt. Harold

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‘Zombie bill’ proposed to target distracted walking

TORONTO – An Ontario provincial legislator says he will introduce a so-called “zombie bill” that would target distracted walking. Liberal Yvan Baker says the

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Opioids, safety issues blamed as retailer leaves Cambridge

Calling the Galt core “a very unsafe place,” a business owner is getting ready to move his store out of Cambridge. Mike Romagnoli says

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Sears liquidation puts pressure on feds to protect workers’ pensions

OTTAWA — Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains says the federal government will consider legislation to protect employees’ pensions when a company goes bankrupt. While there’s

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