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  1. 76-year-old Toronto Hydro customer disconnected for winter

    02.22 / 02:28 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    At age 76, Rod Crookston has spent three months living without power in his second-floor home where he has lived 45 years. There's no hot water, no central heat and no…
  2. NAFTA talks must involve Mexico, Chrystia Freeland says

    02.22 / 02:01 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Any talks to renew the North American Free Trade Agreement would involve all three member nations, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on…
  3. In Pictures: Yukon frozen hair contest’s goes global

    02.22 / 01:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    While the hot springs are always around 42 Celsius, the air has to get at least minus 20 to get the right ice…
  4. ‘Dump and repeat’: Moncton contractors working around the clock to clear snow

    02.22 / 01:12 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Various companies have been contracted to help remove snow for the city of Moncton, but many are working around the clock to do…
  5. 26-year-old man charged after Montreal mosque vandalized

    02.22 / 01:12 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A 26-year-old man has been charged with mischief against a place of worship after a Montreal mosque was the target of vandalism early…
  6. Lack of resources makes border ‘vulnerable’ as refugees pouring in: CBSA union boss

    02.22 / 00:47 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The union representing Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers says there aren’t enough resources to deal with the influx of refugees crossing into Canada from the United S…
  7. Sask. construction industry concerned about workplace safety once marijuana legalized

    02.22 / 00:21 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Many industries in Saskatchewan do routine drug testing on employees and one of the primary drugs they look for is…
  8. Regina resident calling for solar energy cooperative

    02.22 / 00:21 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A Regina resident wants to create a solar energy cooperative and she’s looking to the city’s cit…
  9. Canada to receive 1,200 Yazidi refugees in 2017

    02.21 / 23:55 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Some 1,200 people considered to be among the most vulnerable refugees in the world are to be housed in Canada by the end of this year, the Trudeau government announced…
  10. New Brunswick Tourism Department still undecided on Canada 150 spending

    02.21 / 23:02 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    $5 million has been allotted in the provincial budget for Canada's 150th birthday celebrations but the department isn't sure how those funds will be…
  11. Exclusive: Recent asylum seekers speak to Global News about journey to Canada

    02.21 / 23:02 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Crossing the border with six other people three weeks ago, "Salwa" walked three hours through field just outside of Emerson, Man., with the temperature hovering around -14…
  12. How much have hydro bills in Ontario really gone up?

    02.21 / 22:10 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    As politicians debate the effects of rising electricity bills in Ontario, Global News has taken a closer look at just how much hydro bills in the province have really gone up over the past…
  13. MP Tony Clement hangs up during live CBC interview about refugees

    02.21 / 22:10 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Conservative public safety critic Tony Clement is asking for an apology from the CBC after he hung up the phone during a live radio interview about…
  14. Norovirus outbreak linked to BC oysters: What you need to know

    02.21 / 21:44 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Brace yourselves, oyster lovers: there's a chance they were contaminated with…
  15. New Brunswick man creates snow maze to keep dog busy after winter storms

    02.21 / 21:44 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A New Brunswick man has left his neighbours puzzled by how far he will go to spoil his…
  16. Man seen giving pucks to kids in Saint-Bruno park was handing out promotional items: police

    02.21 / 21:44 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Longueuil police say that a man allegedly handing out hockey pucks to children in a Saint-Bruno park last week, was only handing out promotional items for a company he works…
  17. McDonald’s killer Darren Muise ‘financially secure’ and ‘living a good life’ on parole: do

    02.21 / 20:48 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Darren Richard Muise was one of three men convicted in the brutal 1992 McDonald's murders in Sydney River,…
  18. Conservatives have caused ‘waves of xenophobia’ with reaction to anti-Islamophobia motion

    02.21 / 20:48 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Samer Majzoub’s statement came hours before the House of Commons was set to vote on a Conservative-backed motion to “condemn all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance and dis…
  19. Stay off city ponds and lakes: Saskatoon Fire Department

    02.21 / 20:14 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Ice no longer safe for recreational use on city ponds and lakes: Saskatoon Fire…
  20. Satisfaction in NB hospitals rise, cleanliness needs improvement: report

    02.21 / 19:37 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Overall satisfaction by the public in New Brunswick hospitals has improved according to a report published by the New Brunswick Health…