Residents clean up after major ice storm hits the region

SHELBURNE — Everything in sight was covered in inches of ice. Frozen branches had fallen on to streets and some properties after a powerful

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Union reports FCA layoff, company won’t confirm

WINDSOR — Unifor Local 444 reports its workers at the FCA Windsor Assembly plant face a layoff before the month is out, but the

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Hockey for Hospice Tournament raises over $373, 322

WINDSOR, ONTARIO — Nearly 2,000 hockey players from across Windsor and Essex County have raised more than $373, 322 during their 24th Annual Hockey

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Andrew Berry sentencing begins in Victoria

The sentencing hearing Andrew Berry began Monday and is expected to last much of the week as victim impact statements are read in court.

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Fire at abandoned building on Rochester Street

Residents of a home on Rochester Street near Little Italy were forced to take shelter in OC Transpo buses Saturday night as the building

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Teacher contract talks stall as deadline for one-day strike looms

TORONTO — Contract talks between the Ontario government and the union representing the province’s public high school teachers appeared to be at a standstill

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Grey Cup Festival 2019: Where Bombers’ fans go to party

CALGARY — Touchdown Manitoba officially opened at 12:00 PM MT on Friday Nov. 22, otherwise known as the kickoff to the biggest party for

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NHL players, politicians weigh in on end of Cherry’s run on HNIC

Max Domi wasn’t about to offer his opinion on Sportsnet’s decision to cut ties with Don Cherry, but the Montreal Canadiens forward was quick

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Demolition work on old Walterdale Bridge to start on the weekend

The City of Edmonton announced Friday that crews would start work to take down the old Walterdale Bridge on the weekend. The bridge has

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Moe says PM should meet with him to mend relationship with the west

REGINA — At an event that officially opened the long-awaited Regina Bypass, the Premier of Saskatchewan said that Prime Minister Trudeau could start mending

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