Coroner, federal OHS investigating sudden death at industrial site near Outlook

The coroner and federal occupational health and safety officials are investigating the sudden death of a man at an industrial site near Outlook. RCMP

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Flowers over followers at St. Agatha farm

Theresa Schumilas grew organic vegetables for three decades. As a retirement project, she decided to head in a new direction, and began growing what

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How young musicians are continuing their education during self-isolation

EDMONTON — Musicians with the Youth Orchestra of Northern Alberta are continuing their education through video lessons as they self-isolate. With the program indefinite

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Ontario mayors protest being left out of reopening by getting hair cuts

KITCHENER — A couple of mayors are making a statement with scissors in Simcoe. The leaders of Norfolk and Haldimand counties are protesting the

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Racing returns to Georgian Downs minus the fans in the stands

BARRIE, ONT. — The horses are ready to race at Georgian Downs in Innisfil. The province has given the racing industry the green light,

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Emergency crews evacuate Maple Lodge Farms in Brampton after possible ammonia leak

TORONTO — A possible ammonia leak has prompted police to evacuate Maple Lodge Farms in Brampton. Peel Regional Police say no injuries have been

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Nova Scotia reports 1 new COVID-19 case; 961 people recovered

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia announced one new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. The new case announced on Saturday is connected to the Northwood long-term

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Some COVID-19 testing sites to close over Victoria Day long weekend

WINNIPEG — Some COVID-19 testing sites in Manitoba will be closed throughout the Victoria Day long weekend. The following testing sites will be open

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Church hit with vandalism; minister suspects anti-LGBTQ motivation

One of the ministers at a Waterloo church hit with graffiti says the vandalism may have been targeted at the church’s openness about inclusivity.

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Barbecue starts fire at northeast Edmonton house

EDMONTON — Firefighters were called after a barbecue caught fire on a porch. Officials say the barbecue was warming up around 4:30 on Sunday

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