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Public Health officials in Nova Scotia have declared an outbreak of syphilis in the province, saying the number of reported cases has more than doubled in two years.
The "Well Played" and "Well Connected" slogans could soon be removed from the city of Barrie gateway signs along highway 400, following a vote from city councillors.
The UCP announced in the October budget that it will no longer cover drug costs for spouses under age 65 and dependent children of seniors.
Edmonton's Shara Vigeant is the strength and conditioning coach for Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone, whose fight with Conor McGregor lasted 40 seconds.
A three-vehicle crash on Highway 401 eastbound near Newcastle, Ont. has left a 40-year-old man from Ingersoll dead.
Thousands of hopeful extras turned up at the Elgin Centre in St. Thomas on Tuesday morning, all looking for their chance to be a part of a series filming in the area.
John Paul I Junior High School, General Vanier Elementary School and St. Dorothy Elementary School will close at the end of the school year. Their deeds will be revoked on June. 30, 2020.
With fewer trains running on the Confederation Line, OC Transpo is hoping the buses will alleviate some of the crowding on the LRT while passing the bill onto RTG.
A Saskatchewan man was chosen to appear on The Price is Right, and he didn’t leave empty handed.
While the CMHC predicts home prices in Saskatoon will sit somewhere between $275,100 and $283,900 in 2020, there are still plenty of intriguing possibilities for those with deeper pockets.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with a shooting near a Scarborough gas station that left a “completely innocent” teenager dead.
An Indigenous man who was handcuffed at a Vancouver bank while trying to open an account for his granddaughter opens up about the incident, and the apology from BMO.
Windsor police say a 32-year-old man has been arrested following a break-in at an Ouellette Avenue business.
A Winnipeg-based doughnut shop is defending a decision to buy local after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was criticized over some sweet treats from the business.