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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil will be stepping down as premier of the province and leaving public office.
The YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka has been forced to close three of its fitness centres due to the pandemic in Barrie, Orillia and Parry Sound.
A Calgary man says he’s gone through the darkest times in his life, after hundreds of thousands of dollars of his disappeared from a trust fund at a Calgary law office.
A woman was rushed to hospital with multiple stab wounds Thursday night after she was attacked and robbed in downtown Edmonton.
A homeowner in Cambridge is taking on city hall in order to keep a community garden and library on the front lawn of her home.
A Windsor, Ont. family say they were told to leave the Disney Store in London's CF Masonville Place after their six-year-old daughter Ruby, who is on the autism spectrum, was improperly wearing her mask inside the store.
Montreal public health authorities reported Thursday that 29,095 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 on the island since the start of the pandemic.
The soon-to-be Hughes were set to get married at Strathmere this month, until they learned of all the restrictions COVID-19 would impose.
A Tim Horton restaurant in Regina has closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
Two-year-old Byron Gardypie Jr. died in June. His mother says she is still searching for answers about what took his life.
The Ontario government has announced a multi-million dollar pledge to combat crime in the province.
A mom delivered her baby in a driveway after a local hospital sent her back home to wait for contractions to increase. But her baby, Loki, had other ideas.
A Vancouver Island man who was unable to visit his father at a Duncan care home was finally able to see him after months of isolation.
The City of Windsor is demanding a homeowner cut down his beloved sunflowers on this front lawn after authorities deemed the plants are too tall.
Provincial health officials announced there are 30 news cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.