Pipeline purchase ‘one irritant’ but feds need B.C. onside for climate plan

Even as they continue to agree to disagree on the Trans Mountain pipeline extension, Justin Trudeau’s federal Liberals and John…

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Justin Bieber visits hometown museum exhibit dedicated to himself

Justin Bieber’s grandparents are known to frequent an exhibit on him in his hometown of Stratford, Ont. But on Friday…

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SIU investigating Hamilton police officer in Good Samaritan’s death

Ontario’s provincial police watchdog announced Friday that it is now investigating a Hamilton police officer in connection with the death…

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TREB loses Supreme Court bid to appeal release of real estate sold figures

The Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday morning it won’t hear an appeal from the Toronto Real Estate Board that would aim…

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How a team of MUN students hopes to help a boy with cerebral palsy hold his head high

Mat Squires has a devilish sense of humour, loves ice cream sandwiches and lives with cerebral palsy. Because of his…

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‘Angry fire’ destroys historic Cape Breton inn in Baddeck

An early-morning fire has destroyed the main building at the historic Inverary Resort in Baddeck, N.S. The Inn has been…

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Wynne to speak with CBC about her admission of defeat over the weekend

Kathleen Wynne will sit down with Metro Morning host Matt Galloway on Monday in her first one-on-one interview since she…

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Oilpatch CEOs blame high costs, red tape for erosion of Canada’s competitive edge

CEOs of the largest oilpatch companies are stepping up to the podium this month for their annual address to shareholders and,…

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Green bin collection gets thumbs up from parties of all colours in Ontario

All the major political parties in Ontario agree that a curbside green bin collection program should exist in your large…

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Event for Edmonton’s homeless connects people in need with basic services of daily life

Both Penny Whitford and Asia Sauve were shocked when they found out they were pregnant. Even now, months after giving…

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