Sudbury's Virtual Canada Day celebration continues

Part 2 of the Sudbury Celebrates Canada Day event with entertainment from Northern Lights Festival Boreal with Patricia Cano and Jim Cuddy. Source link

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Halifax councillor under fire for use of ‘outdated and offensive’ term

Halifax councillor Matt Whitman is facing backlash from members of the African Canadian community for a word he used on CTV Atlantic News at

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Eased COVID-19 restrictions a morale boost for loved ones of supervised home residents

MONTREAL — Families with loved ones suffering from psychiatric issues who live in supervised homes could soon begin to visit again after months of

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New York governor signs police accountability legislation

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law on Friday a sweeping package of police accountability measures that received new backing

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‘Beans’ remembers Oka Crisis through Mohawk girl’s eyes

A new feature film set during the Oka Crisis offers a view from behind the barricades through the eyes of a young girl. Called

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10 out of 21 of Montreal’s ERs are at or over capacity, increasing infection risk

MONTREAL — Amid all of the recent hopeful-looking COVID-19 statistics in Montreal, there’s an outlier that is worrying doctors. The emergency rooms at 10

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‘We’re all worried’: Niagara region hit hard by tourism lost during pandemic

TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic has created a daunting economic situation in the Niagara Falls region, one of the biggest and most important hubs

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A ‘​gardening adventure’ for ​south Edmonton students

EDMONTON — Students at a south Edmonton elementary school were picking up flower kits as a part of their at-home curriculum Wednesday afternoon. The

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‘Just unbelievable’: Neighbours of Nova Scotia shooting suspect shocked by news

HALIFAX — People who live near the denture clinic where Gabriel Wortman worked say they were stunned to learn that he was the suspect

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Judge extends Joe Exotic’s deadline to challenge convictions

OKLAHOMA CITY — A former Oklahoma zookeeper who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for a murder-for-hire plot and federal wildlife violations has

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