Two Indigenous Manitoba men switched at birth reach settlement with Ottawa

WINNIPEG — The federal government has reached a financial settlement with two of four Indigenous men from northern Manitoba who…

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Fishing boats expected to converge on Nova Scotia harbour as part of protest

PICTOU, N.S. — Fishing boats from all three Maritime provinces are expected to converge off a small coastal town in…

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Fatal six-vehicle crash closes Highway 21

One person did not survive a multi-vehicle collision, this evening, northeast of Camrose. The RCMP is confirming a single fatality…

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Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum relaunches at Tim Hortons Field

HAMILTON — Mark DeNobile’s 10-year odyssey has come to a gratifying conclusion. The Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum…

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City is ‘proud’ it appears to be cleaner, but still needs help

The snow is all gone but it’s left a few things behind: winter grime, dirt and garbage. They’re all visible…

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Masse wins Commonwealth Games gold in backstroke

Windsor native Kylie Masse captured 100-metre backstroke gold at the Commonwealth Games in Australia. She won in 58.63 seconds. Masse,…

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