St. Albert breaks record for most threshing machine operating at once

St. Albert got its Guinness World Record back. Sunday, hundreds of farmers descended on a field in the eastern Ontario town, about 60 kilometers

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Abbey Road album cover still iconic, 50 years later

It was 50 years ago today when the biggest band in the world were snapped walking across a zebra crossing on a quiet London

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Decision reserved in trial of man accused in shooting B.C. police officer

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has reserved her decision in the trial of a man accused of gunning down a

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Bye bye Kawhi: A look at his life and career so far

Toronto Raptors superstar Kawhi Leonard, 28, has decided to leave his championship winning team behind and is heading home to California to play for

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Flashmob steals $30,000 from U.S. store

Police are looking for multiple suspects after ten men stole an estimated $30,000 in merchandise from a store in Wisconsin. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4495150.1562293315!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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Families make plea for mental health changes

Families call on better access to care for children facing mental health disorders; plus a taxi company under fire over a message dispatched to

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Freezing rain could fall in southern Sask. Thursday

Freezing rain could fall in Regina and other parts of southern Saskatchewan on Thursday. Environment Canada says a low-pressure system developing in southern Alberta

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High levels of lead shut down Winnipeg school sports field

High levels of lead have shut down a sports field at a Winnipeg school for the foreseeable future. Students and staff at Weston School,

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Mitchell Harkes guilty of second-degree murder in fatal stabbing of Brett Wiese

A jury has found Mitchell Harkes guilty of second-degree murder for a second time in connection with the 2013 stabbing death of Brett Wiese

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City adds enforcement to vehicle noise monitoring pilot project

The City of Edmonton extended its Vehicle Noise Monitoring Project until August—and drivers who break the law could be penalized. The project collected decibel

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