Islanders join national pipeline protests

A protest at the Courtenay courthouse was one of nearly 100 “snap action” events across Canada that put the Kinder…

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Spotify backtracks on anti-hate policy following criticism

NEW YORK — Spotify is backpedaling on its recently announced anti-hate policy after some music industry players criticized it. The…

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Slick roads likely to blame for two-vehicle crash

Two cars collided in Kitchener Saturday afternoon as freezing rain descended on the region. The accident happened around 11:30 a.m.…

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Winnipeg lawyer raises concerns over proposed distracted driving penalties

The debate continues over proposed new penalties in Manitoba for using a hand-operated electronic device while driving. Legislation introduced by…

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Red River Mutual Trail officially closed

A record setting year for the Red River Mutual Trail has come to an end. The trail has officially closed…

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HMCS St. John’s to head to Mediterranean Sea to participate in NATO operation

HALIFAX — A departure ceremony is being held on the Halifax waterfront today for the crew of HMCS St. John’s.…

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Breaking NEWS – Russia Warns U.S Of Military Buildup Under N.Korea Disguise

BnTV channel today talk about usa and nort korea today: Russia Warns U.S Of Military Buildup Under N.Korea Disguise ~EXCLUSIVE…

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CAA busy ahead of Christmas in midst of deep freeze

With the cold weather across the province, CAA Manitoba has been busy responding to calls as we head into Christmas.…

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