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Medix, which provides health-care career training in London, Kitchener and Brantford, has announced the acquisition of Westervelt College, a London institution dating back to…
08.19 / 16:38
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Celebrity magician Penn Jillette has apologized after Newfoundlanders took him to task for insulting their intelligence on a talk show. Jillette, half of the comedic magic duo “Penn & Teller,” said his family likely comes from Newfoundland, which he described as being a “euphemism for stupid”. He made the comment during…
08.19 / 16:00
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Anderson Craft Ales is thanking its customers for their support with a one-year anniversary celebration. The brewery says it has been out-performing its targets and has recently expanded brewing capacity by more than 50 per cent. The company cites large support from customers that live and work in London and the Old East Village…
08.19 / 15:37
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WINNIPEG -- The body of a missing 16-year-old boy has been recovered from the Red River. © 2017. This article Body of Missing Teen Recovered from Red River appeared first on …
08.19 / 15:32
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WINNIPEG -- The Louise Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday, August 20 for maintenance. © 2017. This article Louise Bridge Closed for Maintenance on Sunday appeared first on …
08.19 / 15:32
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By Kate Jackman-Atkinson, myWestman NEEPAWA, Man. — How long should the legal process in Canada take? One year? Three years? Five years? There’s a crisis brewing in the Canadian courts and Manitoba might have a solution, though it’s not without its detractors. In July 2016, the Supreme Court ruled that from the time a charge […] © 2017. This article Trying Times for Justice: Jackman-Atkinson appeared first on Chri…
08.19 / 15:32
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Two men in their 20s both have multiple gunshot wounds after an early-morning shooting inside a downtown…
08.19 / 14:48
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Across Canada, provincial and municipal smoking laws will have to be rewritten over the next ten…
08.19 / 14:37
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Stellar sets by Jack Semple and Mariachi Ghost brilliantly set stage for Blind Boys of…
The raid was launched on Aug. 19, 1942, and would prove to be the bloodiest single day for Canada’s military in the entire w…
08.19 / 14:08
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Two men in their 20s both have multiple gunshot wounds after an early-morning shooting inside a downtown…
08.19 / 12:50
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A doctored image that circulated misleadingly after the Charlottesville riot has been around since at least 2010, when it was used by an antifa group in…
08.19 / 12:19
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Are your favourite religious reality reno show hosts splitting up? Heck no! They’ve got the lord on their s…
08.19 / 12:09
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Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr is leading a Canadian government delegation to France today to mark the 75th anniversary of the Dieppe raid during the Second World…
08.19 / 11:30
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To mark the 75th year since the disastrous raid on Dieppe, Paul Delorme, 97, and three other former soldiers have returned to the scene of their…
08.19 / 09:22
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DIEPPE, France – Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr is leading a Canadian government delegation to France today to mark the 75th anniversary of the Dieppe raid during the Second World War The raid was launched on Aug. 19, 1942, and would prove to be the bloodiest single day for Canada’s military in the entire war. […
08.19 / 08:47
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Pickleball, a fast-growing racquet sport, is ideal for those who love badminton, tennis or table…
08.19 / 04:07
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Don Gibson helped save a loon at Fish Lake Provincial Park in west-central Alberta after a piece of fishing gear with wire leaders and multiple hooks had become tangled around the bird's bill, neck and…
08.19 / 03:14
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The festival, now in its sixth year, is expected to attract over 20,000 and features adrenaline-pumping sports such as rock climbing, freestyle motocross, slacklining and fixed-gear bike…
08.19 / 03:04
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Every year, a surge in cat populations means the Saskatoon SPCA needs to find more homes for many cats. To spur the process of finding them their forever homes, they waive the adoption free for adult…
08.19 / 02:44
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