Newfoundland town leading the way as Canada’s ‘most autism-friendly’

One small town on Canada’s east coast is leading the way in accommodating people with autism, one sensory calming room…

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Former Skip the Dishes driver launches class action lawsuit over employee rights

A Winnipeg woman is at the centre of a class action lawsuit alleging drivers for Skip the Dishes are being…

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Hamilton police officer charged with failing to remain at a collision

HAMILTON — A Hamilton police officer has been charged in relation to an off-duty incident. Police say Const. Robert Beck…

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Former B.C. puppy mill owner charged after distressed dogs found in Alta. hotel

A woman who used to own a puppy mill in B.C.  and is banned from owning animals, is now facing…

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Rogers Centre roof to be closed as a precaution amid extreme heat

Record-breaking temperatures are in the forecast today as the Canada Day weekend officially gets underway. Environment Canada is forecasting a…

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Protester spars with B.C. premier over fish farms

As B.C. announced a new wild salmon advisory council, an activist berated Horgan, saying fish farms are destroying salmon stocks…

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Trump hosts first dinner for Muslim holiday of Ramadan

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday will host his first White House dinner for Islam’s holy month of…

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