Teenaged Syrian refugee ‘saved the day’ after rescuing toddler from Hamilton rooftop

When Khalid Tabateb saw a toddler walking unsteadily along the edge of a Hamilton rooftop he didn’t stop to think. He…

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Men trapped in flooded elevator punched through ceiling to make lifesaving 911 call

Klever Freire says he and a friend panicked as storm water started gushing into the stranded elevator in the Toronto…

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Quebec labour tribunal sides with employer in cat-bereavement spat

A Quebec labour tribunal has sided with an employer who refused a woman’s request to work from home on the…

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Province to scrap Ontario basic income pilot project

The Ontario basic income pilot project is coming to an end, says Children, Community and Social Services Minister Lisa MacLeod. MacLeod said…

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K-Days experiment tests whether fairgoers have taste for local food and drink

K-Days took a turn toward local food and beer for this year’s festival and, with two days left for the…

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Robert Latimer, convicted of killing his disabled daughter, applies for pardon

Robert Latimer is applying to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould for either a pardon or a new trial…

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North Edmonton residents rush to restock ransacked Green Shack

A break-in led to bare shelves at a north Edmonton neighbourhood’s Green Shack, just one day before the summer program was…

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15-year-old girl seriously injured after collision in southeast Edmonton

A 15-year-old girl was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday evening, police said. A witness…

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Sexual harassment allegations against TVO host Paikin unsubstantiated, investigation finds

An independent investigation has cleared veteran journalist Steve Paikin after a Toronto woman accused him of sexual harassment. Ontario’s public…

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Carbon tax costly ‘political theatre,’ says Jason Kenney – Edmonton

Alberta’s carbon tax is nothing more than an expensive piece of political theatre, says Jason Kenney, leader of the Official Opposition…

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