Waterloo man makes another appeal for citizenship

Helmut Oberlander has launched yet another appeal of the government’s decision to strip his Canadian citizenship. The federal government says the 94-year-old Waterloo man

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Man hospitalized in Dublin after injecting himself with own semen to ‘cure’ back pain

A man in Ireland ended up in hospital after injecting himself with monthly doses of his own semen in an attempt to cure chronic

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Binding arbitration award to be announced in college dispute

Following a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty, an arbitration award will be handed down this coming week. OPSEU, the union representing the college

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Drones, wood chips and beet brine now part of cities’ arsenal in war on winter

Morgan Lowrie, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, December 13, 2018 2:19PM EST Keeping Canadian city streets clear in winter has been a source of

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Saskatoon airport prepares for busiest days of the year

It’s a busy time at the Saskatoon airport as holiday travellers are coming and going at YXE. Airport president and CEO Stephen Maybury says

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Montreal firefighters now equipped to resuscitate animals with “survival kits”

Montreal firefighters are adding a new clientele to their roster: domestic pets. Thanks to newly stocked animal survival kits, firefighters can now recusitate animals

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Pow-wow held in Regina to remember victims of residential school

Several First Nations communities held a pow-wow over the weekend to commemorate the history of the Regina Indian Industrial School. The pow-wow was held

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If you buy pot online in Alberta, the gov’t wants to check your photo ID — twice

Buying pot online in Alberta is going to be a little more complicated than clicking a few buttons on Amazon. The provincial government updated

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Kitchener teen builds a math wall to help others

CTV Kitchener Published Saturday, July 28, 2018 1:39PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, July 28, 2018 1:40PM EDT 14-year-old Lazar Paroski loves math, but the

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Half of teen girls in Ontario under psychological distress,’ CAMH survey shows

Just over half of female students in Ontario are showing the signs of moderate to serious psychological distress, with many mentioning having serious depression

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