Barrie to gain extra $8-million for infrastructure spending

CTV Barrie Published Wednesday, March 20, 2019 7:47PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, March 20, 2019 7:51PM EDT The city of Barrie spends about 35

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Remai Modern board had ‘confusing and difficult’ relationship with city, outgoing chair says

The outgoing chair of the Remai Modern board says the gallery succeeded despite “a confusing and difficult governance relationship with the City of Saskatoon.”

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Snowfall warning issued for central Alta, 20-25 cm of snow possible in Edmonton, Red Deer: Environment Canada

A snowfall warning is in effect for a portion of central Alberta, including the Edmonton and Red Deer areas. According to Environment Canada, 10-15

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Drake partners with Las Vegas hotel’s nightclub for five dates starting in May

TORONTO — Drake is making good on his promise to play more shows in Sin City this year. The Wynn Las Vegas has announced

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Snow plow involved in collision in Cambridge

A snow plow was travelling through Cambridge when the driver collided with a traffic signal. The plow proceeded to hit a curb and city

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Last chance to participate in housing survey

Sunday is the last day for the public to take part in a survey about housing and homelessness across the city. Officials are asking

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Work underway on new Y.O.U. housing in downtown London

Progress is being made on the new Youth Opportunities Unlimited youth service hub and affordable housing facility on Richmond Street. The facility is the

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No one hurt after shots fired on Rideau St.

No one was hurt after an altercation downtown led to a shooting in a parking lot. Police say it happened just after 5:00 p.m.

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23-year old former SJHL player dies after university hockey game in Calgary

A university in Edmonton says one of its hockey players has died after playing in a game in Calgary. MacEwan University president Deborah Saucier

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Mother Nature proves less troublesome for Prairie farmers in 2017: report

REGINA — A report from the Canadian Crop Hail Association says a reduction in potentially damaging storm activity on much of the Prairies this

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