Ottawa Redblacks cut player facing sexual assault charge

The Ottawa Redblacks have released defensive back Teague Sherman after the 30-year-old was charged with sexual assault.  Details of the…

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Tesla wins case against Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates

Tesla Motors Canada has won its case against the Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates. “We’re pleased with the Court’s…

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Plane crash sends 5 to hospital after Abbotsford Airshow

Five people have been injured after a small plane associated with the Abbotsford Airshow crashed into the airfield at the Abbotsford International…

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Construction work causes major delays on Yellowhead Highway, near Hinton, Alta.

Drivers heading west on the Yellowhead Highway over the weekend can expect major delays between Jasper and Hinton, Alta. Construction work just…

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Heat health risk prompts change to Environment Canada warning system

In a country where Vancouverites get heat warnings at 29 C, but some in Ontario don’t get the same alert until it…

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Meet the 5 rookie members of Trudeau’s new cabinet

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered a healthy dose of change to his cabinet Wednesday, creating new ministries and reworking others…

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Search continues for missing toddler in northwestern Alberta

The search continues for a two-year-old boy who went missing near the Wapiti River in the Municipal District of Greenview…

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Potential low turnout worries UCP in Fort McMurray-Conklin byelection

The sidewalks are coated with a slick paste of mud as UCP byelection candidate Leila Goodridge carefully makes her way down a street…

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Collingwood restaurant mistakenly receives online backlash from Trump supporters

Last weekend, Diane Smith woke up to a flurry of crude messages directed at her Collingwood, Ont., restaurant’s Facebook page.…

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Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button…

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