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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U.S. indicts 12 Russian operatives for election hacking

U.S. indicts 12 Russian operatives for election hacking Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4012330.1531503814!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #worldnews #canadiannews #Canada #Headlinenews #news #BreakingNews USA Today News…

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Leashed dogs allowed on GO trains during non-peak hours

A petition with more than 25,000 signatures has prompted GO Transit to loosen its rules around travelling with dogs. Canines…

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Hoppy Times in Timmins

From CTV Northern Ontario’s Kyle Gennings: Craft brewers from across northern Ontario arrive in Timmins to share some suds. Source…

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Only 40 per cent of Quebecers submitted tax returns 3 weeks before deadline

Three weeks before the deadline only 40 per cent of Quebec tax payers have filed their tax returns, according to…

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Preschool-aged girl transported to hospital with facial injuries caused by family dog

A three-year-old girl was transported by ambulance to the Alberta Children’s Hospital in serious but stable condition after suffering severe…

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French authorities order release of Lebanese-Canadian Hassan Diab

OTTAWA – French authorities have dropped terrorism charges and ordered the release of a Lebanese-Canadian who was suspected of taking…

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Snow blankets southwestern Ontario leaving school buses cancelled

Back to school? Not so fast if you rely on a school bus. A special weather statement remains in effect…

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