Elderly man struck and pinned by vehicle in Mississauga

Chris Herhalt, CTV News Toronto Published Saturday, February 9, 2019 2:47PM EST Last Updated Saturday, February 9, 2019 2:52PM EST A man in his

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Ottawa bus crash survivor searching for stranger who saved her

A woman who survived last week’s deadly bus crash in Ottawa is hoping to find the stranger who pulled her from the wreckage to

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Back to back: Brooke Henderson repeats as Canadian Press female athlete of the year

There was a quiet poise to Brooke Henderson on that Sunday morning last summer in Regina ahead of her final round at the CP

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Do you know how to stay safe from carbon monoxide?

Sault Ste. Marie Fire Services show Jairus Patterson how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning in your home. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4158245.1541028520!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews

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Man gets string of overnight parking tickets, city councilor calls it a ‘money-grab’

A rash of parking tickets handed out overnight Wednesday has a Saskatoon business owner feeling frustrated. Michael Groulx runs a construction company in Saskatoon.

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Ontario government to introduce legislation today regulating recreational pot

The Ontario government is poised to introduce legislation today governing the licensing and regulation of the province’s private cannabis retail marketplace. The Progressive Conservative

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Students expected to return to Oxford school in November

Students and staff at the Oxford Regional Education Centre should be able to return to their school the first week of November. Concerns were

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Surveillance stills released of suspect who fired fake gun in northeast bank

The Calgary Police Service is asking for help from the public as they attempt to identify the suspect in a an unusual situation in

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Wildfire confusion: Parry Sound not in danger from Parry Sound 33 fire

Officials in Parry Sound insist that the town is safe and open for business as confusion mounts over a wildfire with the same name.

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Parking spaces give way to patio seating as part of city’s pilot project

As Vancouver swelters through an extended heat wave, patio space is at a premium. Nowhere is that more apparent than Yaletown. Case in point:

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