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A man who was reported missing has been found dead in Nova Scotia’s Yarmouth County and police are investigating the case as a homicide.
The Special Investigations Unit is appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a pedestrian and an unmarked police vehicle overnight on Tuesday in Midland.
A Calgary couple is warning homeowners about health and financial hazards that can arise when spray foam insulation is not properly applied and managed.
On Wednesday, two Real Canadian Superstores and one Shoppers Drug Mart reported a case of the disease each.
A Guelph man is warning about dangers of the water after he nearly drowned in Lake Erie.
Starting Monday, there will be a new system in place for COVID-19 testing, with one site handling all walk-ins and the other moving to appointments only.
Quebecers in the province's red zones could face tickets of up to $1,000 for violating public health regulations.
Twenty-one Ontario doctors have signed a joint letter to Premier Doug Ford, urging him not to issue a new lockdown this fall because of rising COVID-19 case numbers.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying the public that individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 visited businesses in Regina last week when they were likely infectious.
A family-owned Saskatoon garden centre closed early Wednesday afternoon in the wake of the fallout from comments made by its president on social media.
There have been a total of 52,248 lab-confirmed positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reported in Ontario thus far.
An American man from Bellingham, Wash. has been fined $1,000 after navigating his boat into Canadian waters to pick up his girlfriend in Surrey, B.C., according to RCMP.
A stay-at-home dad from Blenheim abandoned his shopping cart in the grocery store, rushed to his car and started to weep after discovering he had won the only winning ticket for the $70 million Lotto Max jackpot.
One person is dead and several others were hospitalized due to an outbreak of salmonella, which has been linked to two brands of dog treats.