Lac-Megantic memorial to be unveiled Monday, 7 years after the railway tragedy

MONTREAL — Precisely seven years after the railway tragedy that decimated dozens of its families, the City of Lac-Megantic will inaugurate the Espace Mémoire

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COVID recovery kits donated to help local businesses reopen

MIDLAND, ONT. — COVID recovery kits are being handed out to Midland and Penetanguishene businesses to ease some of the costs associated with new

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Man, 31, dead after a single-vehicle crash in Barrie

BARRIE — A 31-year-old man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Barrie on Saturday night. Barrie Police say it happened around 8:40 p.m.

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Calgary couple murdered in India while awaiting opportunity to return home

CALGARY — A Calgary couple stranded in India after their flight was cancelled in April because of COVID-19 were killed last weekend. Kirpal Minhas,

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Events continue to be postponed and cancelled due to COVID-19

WINNIPEG — The Osborne Villiage BIZ Canada Day Street Festival has added its name to the ever-growing list of COVID-cancellations. Brian Timmerman, executive director

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McDonald’s in southwest Calgary closes after employee tests positive for COVID-19

CALGARY — A McDonald’s in southwest Calgary temporarily closed Wednesday after learning that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. Wednesday afternoon, an employee from

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Emergency benefits: What each province is offering during the COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — The extraordinary economic hit caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has governments of all stripes offering unprecedented assistance to affected Canadians. It can

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More Manitoba events closed, cancelled and postponed amid the pandemic

WINNIPEG — With provincial health officials urging Manitobans to follow physical distancing precautions, more events including conferences, concerts and gatherings continue to be cancelled.

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Ontario rolls out $10-million ad campaign to boost public awareness of COVID-19

TORONTO — Ontario is rolling out a $10-million ad campaign meant to boost public awareness about COVID-19 and keep residents informed of the latest

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Early-morning fire destroys parking structure

WINDSOR, ONT. — A downtown parking booth has been destroyed by fire. Windsor fire was called to a parking lot at the corner of

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