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The lawsuit says the rules have meant finding alternate transportation for pre-cast concrete and other structural…
03.29 / 15:03
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A Canadian woman detained in Turkey has been found guilty of insulting the country's…
03.29 / 15:03
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HELSINKI — Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond and Gabrielle Daleman are among the leaders following the women's short program at the world figure skating championship in Helsinki. Osmond, from Marystown, N.L., is in second place with a score of 75.98. Daleman, from Richmond Hill, Ont., is third with 72.19. Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva scored 79.01 to take the top spot while teammate Anna Pogorilaya is fourth at 71.52. The long program is set for Friday. Osmond, in her first world championship since 2014…
03.29 / 14:57
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OTTAWA — The Ontario government has named a Toronto-based Crown attorney to prosecute the case against an Ottawa police officer charged in the death of a Somali-Canadian man during a confrontation with two constables outside his home last summer. Philip Perlmutter, of the Justice Prosecutions Unit, is representing the Crown in the matter of Const. Daniel Montsion, who has been charged with manslaughter, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon in the July 2016 death of 37-year-old Abdi…
03.29 / 14:57
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada says it has purchased more than 1,000 hectares of property on the north shore of Lake Superior that is crucial to species such as bald eagles and peregrine falcons. It says the Big Trout Bay area is one of the last privately owned, undeveloped shorelines between Thunder Bay, Ont., and Duluth, Minn. The property is composed mostly of coastal boreal forest, which nearly half of Canada's bird species rely on to complete their life cycle. The Nature Conservancy…
03.29 / 14:57
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Winnipeg-based New Flyer industries have received a contract for up to 100 heavy-duty buses from the Port Authority of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. © 2017. This article New Flyer to Manufacture Up to 100 Buses for Pittsburgh Port Authority appeared first on …
03.29 / 14:56
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A North York city councillor is pushing for people who use or train guide dogs to be exempted from a new law banning choke chains and pronged dog…
03.29 / 14:53
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Investigators are searching for a suspect after the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl at a home in Scarborough…
03.29 / 14:53
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Efforts to recover the barge from Picton Bay began on Friday, although officials said around 30 litres of pollutants have been released into the…
03.29 / 14:52
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A Canadian woman detained in Turkey has been found guilty of insulting the country's president, but said she has been released from prison as her lawyer pursues an appeal of the case. Ece Heper said she is happy to be out of prison, where she had been held since late December after being…
03.29 / 14:50
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Projet Domino led to the arrest of 7 men in Laval's Vimont…
03.29 / 14:38
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PICTON, Ont. — The mayor of Picton, Ont., has declared a water emergency as a precautionary measure and is asking residents to limit their water use because of contaminants leaking from a partially submerged barge. Efforts to recover the barge from Picton Bay began on Friday and Prince Edward County officials initially said about 30 litres of pollutants had been released into the water. The county said the leaked material was being contained by pollution control equipment and was expected t…
03.29 / 14:31
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A number of Tim Hortons and Starbucks locations in Toronto were unable to accept debit or credit cards on Wednesday morning, with staff at one downtown store characterizing the situation as a large…
03.29 / 14:26
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OTTAWA - The Ontario government has named a Toronto-based Crown attorney to prosecute the case against an Ottawa police officer charged in the death of a Somali-Canadian man during a confrontation with two constables outside his home last summer. Philip Perlmutter, of the Justice…
03.29 / 14:24
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada says it has purchased more than 1,000 hectares of property on the north shore of Lake Superior that is crucial to species such as bald eagles and peregrine falcons. It says the Big Trout Bay area is one of the last privately owned, undeveloped shorelines…
03.29 / 14:24
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The mayor of Picton, Ont., has declared a water emergency as a precautionary measure and is asking residents to limit their water use because of contaminants leaking from a partially submerged…
03.29 / 14:02
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“We’ve really turned OSAP upside down,” Advanced Education and Skills Development Minister Deb Matthews said Wedne…
03.29 / 14:01
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A dawn-to-dusk gathering to mark the one-year anniversary of the Fort McMurray wildfire is planned for May…
03.29 / 14:01
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Murad Al-Katib, president and CEO of Saskatoon-based AGT Food and Ingredients, receiving the Oslo Business for Peace…
03.29 / 13:48
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OTTAWA — Conservative leadership hopefuls made some last-ditch pitches for support Monday in advance of a key campaign deadline — and stanching the flow of illegal migrants across the Canada-U.S. border played a prominent role. Candidates only have until Tuesday to sign up new party members in order to buttress support for their leadership bids, so several — Kevin O'Leary, Maxime Bernier and Steven Blaney were doing their best to grab some Tory-friendly headlines. In an early email blast, b…
03.29 / 13:42
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