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Business owners along a stretch of Notre-Dame Street west of Atwater Avenue are worried a prolonged general strike by construction workers could make an already bad situation…
05.25 / 09:14
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The complainants say Charest abused them when he was their coach, before and during his stint with Alpine Canada's women's development team between 1996 and…
05.25 / 01:12
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With summer fast approaching, Environment Canada’s senior climatologist David Phillips gave CTV News Channel the inside scoop on what Canadians can expect weather w…
05.25 / 00:12
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The boxer, nicknamed Earthquake and Sugar Ray after he was found Tuesday, had received adoption offers from as far away as B.C. as the story of his discovery spread across…
05.24 / 22:21
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Montreal, a city where jackhammers and orange cones seem to be around every corner, was unusually quiet on Wednesday. Here are some of the major projects on hold as a result of the general…
05.24 / 20:24
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Standing May 23 in front of a town-hall style meeting at the Iqaluit soup kitchen, Senator Kim Pate told the crowd what she had seen that afternoon during her visit to the capital’s three adult correction centres. “They were all Inuit prisoners, men and women,” Pate said. Pate, who had flown from Ottawa to anchor a panel on police oversight and accountability, said the experience led to her scrapping her speaking notes. Besides seeing only Inuit inmates, which she…
05.24 / 20:24
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A police officer is being charged with manslaughter following the 2016 death of Bony…
05.24 / 19:50
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Police have arrested a 24-year-old man who now faces charges of aggravated assault following an early morning stabbing May 23 in Gjoa Haven. Local RCMP officers responded to a residence in the community of roughly 1,300 at about 7:30 a.m. local time, where they treated a 53-year-old man suffering from a stab wound to his head, RCMP spokesperson Sgt. David Lawso said in news release. The man received treatment at the hamlet’s local health centre before being rushed…
05.24 / 19:36
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Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard says he is ruling out a snap provincial…
05.24 / 18:28
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In two separate radio interviews in 2013, Khadir said that Melancon was organizing cocktails for the PQ and teaching "101-level courses in illegal…
05.24 / 17:54
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A group of law students and their professor from Université de Montréal have filed an injunction to try to stop a rodeo planned as part of Montreal's 375th anniversary c…
05.24 / 17:43
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When Laura MacKenzie first heard about the launch of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, she knew it would be a good opportunity to bring healing and closure to her home community of Rankin Inlet. Almost 14 years ago and a territory away, MacKenzie’s aunt, Betsy Kalaserk, was found dead in her family’s Yellowknife apartment. Kalaserk’s husband, Ian Adam Kirby, was later convicted of criminal negligence causing the 29-year-old…
05.24 / 17:18
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