Here’s what’s open and closed January 1-2

City offices Most are closed until January 2, including borough and Acces Montreal offices.  Government offices Quebec government offices will be closed January 1

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Toronto FC acquires veteran Belgian international defender Laurent Ciman

Neil Davidson, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, December 27, 2018 6:35PM EST Toronto FC, which conceded a franchise-worst 64 goals last season, moved to

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Winnipeggers vote to keep Portage and Main closed

Winnipeg voters have had their say and the numbers show that most residents want Portage and Main to stay closed to pedestrians. The city

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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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Saskatoon wants to hire someone to deal with thousands of parking ticket complaints

The City of Saskatoon is looking at paying someone $80,000 a year to handle parking ticket complaints. The customer support coordinator will respond to

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Flying fine, but Mercury could be low on energy

After a daring first flight from the CTV Kitchener microwave tower on Tuesday morning, Mercury has been reluctant to come back to the nest.

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Majority of Canadians would boycott U.S. in response to trade war: Nanos survey

A majority of Canadians are concerned about U.S. President Donald Trump’s claim that a trade dispute with his country will cost Canadians “a lot

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Innisfail family accuses town of euthanizing healthy cat without just cause

A family in a town south of Red Deer says their beloved pet would still be alive today if a bylaw officer correctly followed

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Brampton family asks court for more time to conduct tests on brain-dead woman

Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, October 17, 2017 3:03PM EDT BRAMPTON, Ont. — A Toronto-area family is asking for more time to

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Canadian screen industry to ‘move speedily’ on drafting new code of conduct

Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Published Friday, November 24, 2017 5:26PM EST TORONTO — Groups representing Canada’s screen and stage talent say they feel

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