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  1. Dutch Second World War survivor visits Kingston to give back to Canadians that helped

    09.22 / 02:28 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A Dutch woman visited Kingston this week to bestow a personal piece of history to the Military Communications & Electronics…
  2. Montreal transit authority refuses to show Grand Ballets’ poster on transit network

    09.22 / 02:07 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Montreal's transit authority won't show posters of the Grands Ballet Canadiens production of Stabat…
  3. IN PHOTOS: Spitfire plane shot down in 1944 restored and flying once again

    09.22 / 02:07 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A Royal Canadian Air Force Spitfire plane that was shot down during the Second World War is flying once…
  4. NORAD commander calls for modernization amid North Korea tensions

    09.22 / 01:02 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    He said the time has come to evolve for the future as NORAD approaches its 60th…
  5. Province restores $20M to U of S College of Medicine

    09.22 / 01:02 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The provincial government announced Thursday, they will restore $20 million in funding to the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine for…
  6. Saskatchewan farmers and small businesses protest proposed tax changes

    09.22 / 00:19 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    On Thursday, more than 150 demonstrators swarmed into downtown Saskatoon protesting proposed tax changes by the federal…
  7. Body recovered from St. Lawrence River near CFB Kingston identified as missing soldier

    09.22 / 00:19 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    On Sept. 13, police divers recovered a man's body from the St. Lawrence River, near the base, and have now confirmed it's that of the married father of…
  8. Grieving Brockville parents fear justice won’t be served in grave desecration case

    09.21 / 23:56 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Trial dates have been pushed back a number of times – and it’s now nearing the cut-off to section 11b of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom – the right to be tried within a reasonable time…
  9. First week of sentencing hearing for Hannah Leflar’s killer finishes

    09.21 / 23:56 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The future possibilities for the youth who pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of Hannah Leflar became clearer in court on…
  10. Rallying for hurricane-damaged Dominica

    09.21 / 23:56 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Hurricane Maria trashed Dominica as a category five storm leaving, so far, more than a dozen dead and twenty…
  11. Newfoundland to allow switch to gender-neutral birth certificates

    09.21 / 23:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Sex information will still be collected at birth, but people 12 and older will be able to choose an "X" on their birth…
  12. Kelowna CNIB celebrates National Service Dog Month

    09.21 / 23:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    September is National Service Dog Month, and CNIB is taking the opportunity to spread education and awareness about the dogs with…
  13. ANALYSIS: At the United Nations, Justin Trudeau turns Canada away from the world and to his country’s failures

    09.21 / 23:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Trudeau's sophomore effort at the United Nations General Assembly, early Thursday afternoon, was of a decidedly different tone than last year's speech and, it must be said, out of step with many other…
  14. ‘We’re just fascinated’: Arctic cruise tourism comes of age

    09.21 / 22:54 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Arctic cruise tourism has come a long way from its early…
  15. Seven more inductees added to Hamilton Gallery of Distinction

    09.21 / 22:34 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Hamilton's Gallery of Distinction has announced its 2017 inductees. They will be inducted at the 34th annual gala dinner Nov. 14 at…
  16. Critics call Calgary Safeway’s barrier project ‘anti-people’ but owners cite customer safety

    09.21 / 22:34 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Several people took to Twitter criticizing the grocery store, and Kensington Village, over newly-installed barriers aimed at deterring…
  17. Health unit finds first human case of West Nile in London in two years

    09.21 / 22:12 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Officials with the Middlesex-London Health Unit are urging people across the region to be vigilant, after confirming a human case of West Nile Virus this…
  18. Balgonie residents upset over closed road

    09.21 / 21:47 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A meeting held by the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure had some Balgonie residents heated Wednesday…
  19. Pasqua Hospital forced to cancel procedures after pipe burst

    09.21 / 21:47 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A water pipe that burst in the Pasqua Hospital on Wednesday night has postponed or moved more than 50…
  20. 168 Canadians waiting to be rescued after Hurricane Maria, over 6,000 already at home

    09.21 / 21:04 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The Canadian government is in contact with all 168 and said there are a couple dozen who have particular…