• Drive-in movie theatre near Picton, Ont. up for sale
    The Mustang Drive-In movie theatre is now on the market, listed at just under $1.6 million.
    Sep 25
  • Public roller skating glides into Kelowna’s waterfront park
    Thursday was the ninth day Kevin LaFlamme was open for roller-skate rentals and, it was nine times better than it was the first day.
    Jun 29
  • New York state bus crash a ‘mass casualty’ incident, at least 2 dead: officials
    A bus carrying members of a high school band rolled over and crashed on a highway in New York state on Thursday in what authorities described as a "mass casualty" incident.
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    Sep 21
  • Black family from Montreal alleges racial profiling after being removed from flight
    A Black Montreal family claims they were racially profiled after being kicked off of an Air Canada flight.
    Aug 29
  • Parents, teachers call for better air quality in schools amid wildfire, virus concerns
    One of the best ways to protect kids and teachers against the dual threat of viruses and polluted air is better ventilation coupled with air filtration, air quality experts say.
    Sep 12
  • El Nino is on its way. Here’s what it may mean for Canada
    The weather phenomenon El Nino may have an effect on Canada's weather beginning this summer and lasting through the winter. Here's what to expect.
    Jun 20
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  • ‘It’s a right’: Vancouver Island school food charity sounds alarm about rising need
    Nourish Cowichan runs a school food program for 21 schools in the Cowichan Valley. It currently supports about 1,300 students but said it expects that number to keep rising.
    Sep 25
  • UN warns disease outbreak in Libya’s flooded east could create 2nd ‘crisis’
    Residents from the nearby cities of Benghazi and Tobruk have offered to put up the displaced, while volunteers search for survivors buried beneath the rubble.
    Sep 18
  • No ‘silver bullet solution’ to address ambulance response times: Ambulance NB
    Ambulance response rates in many rural areas remain bellow target, even as the province continues to pay out bonuses to its ambulance service provider.
    Sep 21
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  • GardaWorld employees spent 2 months in detention after arrest by Libyan militia
    Seven employees of Montreal-based security giant GardaWorld languished in detention for nearly two months after their arrest earlier this year by a powerful Libyan militia.
    Sep 20
  • N.B. Conservation Council raises concerns about lack of costing for SMRs in NB Power plan
    The Conversation Council of New Brunswick is raising concerns about the lack of costing for small modular reactors by the province's major utility provider.
    Sep 21
  • Trial begins for pro-Bolsonaro rioters who stormed Brazil’s top government offices
    The rioters refused to accept the right-wing leader's defeat to leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, whose inauguration took place one week before the uprising.
    Sep 13
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  • Cost of rent climbs in Halifax, now ranked 20th most expensive city in Canada
    A new report by, which looks at new units coming to market, shows Halifax has seen another jump in rental prices.
    Aug 31
  • Blue Jays complete sweep of Red Sox with 3-2 win
    Matt Chapman provided a cheerful ending to a wild and wacky 10-game homestand for his Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday.
    Sep 17
  • Leake’s club-record fourth punt-return TD rallies Toronto Argos past Calgary Stampeders 39-31
    Javon Leake secured a piece of franchise history and helped the Toronto Argonauts avenge their only loss of the season.
    Aug 26
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  • UN forecasting increasing chance of hitting heat limit on a ‘temporary basis’
    The world is coming off a triple dip La Nina, three straight years of El Nino’s cooler cousin, and is on the verge of an El Nino that some scientists predict will be strong.
    May 17
  • Metro posts massive profit as GTA workers continue to strike
    Metro says earnings surged in its latest quarter, fuelled by higher same-store sales. The third-quarter earnings come as Metro grocery store workers in the GTA continue to strike,
    Aug 9
  • Canada ‘likely at the start’ of new COVID-19 wave. How big will it get?
    With two new COVID-19 variants emerging just before the fall — a season when respiratory viruses thrive — health experts are warning Canadians to stay vigilant.
    Aug 23
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  • Clutch birdie gives Duke first PGA Tour Champions title
    Ken Duke, the 54-year-old golfer from Palm City, Fla., sank a clutch four-foot putt on the 18th green to win his first-ever PGA Tour Champions event in his 100th career start.
    Aug 21
  • Morocco earthquake: Death toll surpasses 2,800 as aid teams try to reach towns
    It prompted Morocco to change construction rules, but many buildings, especially rural homes, are not built to withstand such tremors.
    Sep 11
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