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Structure fire in Waterville, N.S. forces tenants to evacuate

Structure fire in Waterville, N.S. forces tenants to evacuate

More than a half-dozen tenants have been displaced by a fire that damaged a six-unit apartment building in Waterville in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. According to the Canadian Red Cross, the fire on Mill Street was reported around 8 p.m.
RCMP investigating discovery of human remains near Prince Albert

RCMP investigating discovery of human remains near Prince Albert

The RCMP have found human remains outside Prince Albert, Sask. The remains were found on Wednesday afternoon while officers were conducting a ground search, a newly-released police statement said.
COMMENTARY: Defence spending isn’t a priority in Ottawa, but this week showed that it should be

COMMENTARY: Defence spending isn’t a priority in Ottawa, but this week showed that it should be

After what turned out to be an awkward and forgettable NATO summit for the prime minister , it’s not surprising that Justin Trudeau ‘s government would want to avoid reminding Canadians of his foibles.
2 children seriously injured in multi-vehicle crash on Hwy 401 in Toronto

2 children seriously injured in multi-vehicle crash on Hwy 401 in Toronto

Two young children were seriously injured, with one in critical condition, in a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 401 Friday night. Ontario Provincial Police say officers responded to the incident around 10 p.m.
Ontario elementary teachers escalate job action, phase 2 of work-to-rule campaign starts Tuesday

Ontario elementary teachers escalate job action, phase 2 of work-to-rule campaign starts Tuesday

Starting Tuesday Dec. 10, elementary teachers in Ontario will be escalating job action, starting phase two of their work-to-rule campaign.
Santa Claus visits east London in annual Argyle BIA parade

Santa Claus visits east London in annual Argyle BIA parade

The city’s east side is getting festive! The sixth annual Argyle BIA Santa Claus Parade will march down Dundas Street starting at 11 a.m. Saturday.
From jewelry to chocolate, these Christmas gifts make a difference

From jewelry to chocolate, these Christmas gifts make a difference

The holidays provide an opportunity to give gifts, and not just for family and friends. Charitable giving is a popular present, especially when it’s so easy to do.
Christmas TV 2019: When are your favourite holiday movies and TV shows on?

Christmas TV 2019: When are your favourite holiday movies and TV shows on?

Forget the cold weather, put aside the stress of shopping and recall one of the best traditions of Christmastime: watching holiday-themed TV shows and movies.
Gifts under $50 for everyone on your list

Gifts under $50 for everyone on your list

The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to check everyone off your shopping list. It’s easy to overspend during the holidays — something many Canadians do.
ANALYSIS: Premier Doug Ford’s new leaf

ANALYSIS: Premier Doug Ford’s new leaf

As 2019 draws to a close, what should Jolly St. Nick mark beside Ontario Premier Doug Ford ’s name: naughty or nice? It’s a complicated question because 2019 has been a tale of two governments and two leaders.