Meth crisis concerns brought to Ottawa by Manitoba leaders

Leaders in Manitoba are bringing their concerns about the meth crisis to Ottawa. James Favel heads Bear Clan Patrol Inc. He shared his knowledge

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Thousands support Franco-Ontarian rights | CTV News Ottawa

Published Saturday, December 1, 2018 4:53PM EST Last Updated Saturday, December 1, 2018 6:34PM EST Furious with the Ontario government’s cuts to French-language services

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Man found dead behind gym in Saint-Jerome

A man was found dead in the snow behind a gym in Saint-Jerome on Friday afternoon. He was found at 2 p.m. behind Gym-X

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Saskatoon airport prepares for busiest days of the year

It’s a busy time at the Saskatoon airport as holiday travellers are coming and going at YXE. Airport president and CEO Stephen Maybury says

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Woman charged in alleged domestic disturbance

A Wallaceburg woman is facing two counts of assault after police were called to a home. Police say early Friday morning they responded to

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Ludacris promises ‘a lot of tears’ on YouTube music series

Mark Kennedy, The Associated Press Published Tuesday, October 24, 2017 3:34PM EDT NEW YORK — Ludacris is hoping the new music competition series he’s

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Stylish Carrying Case Corrals Handbag Essentials in Style – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – Despite their best efforts, most women have had the experience of frantically digging into the bottom of a large purse

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Boy dies after climbing electrified fence at Georgia park

AUGUSTA, Ga. — A boy has died after touching a fence that became electrified at a park in east Georgia. News outlets report 12-year-old

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“Don’t regret it at all’: Man brutally attacked after stepping in to stop suspects kicking homeless man

Winnipeg police are investigating a brutal assault on a man who says he was trying to help a homeless man. Doug Thomas said he

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Edmonton company fined after worker hit in face with gate near Lloydminster in 2016

An Edmonton company has been fined $100,000 under provincial Occupational Health and Safety regulations after a worker was struck in the face with a

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