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Two people who have been "plate-shamed" for their Ontario licence plates are speaking out about the backlash they have received from Maritimers.
Wasaga Beach has created new pods sectioning its municipally-owned beachfront to help with physically distancing, a move that has caught the attention of South Bruce Peninsula Mayor Janet Jackson.
Alberta Health says the number of COVID-19 cases among workers at a southeast Calgary warehouse has grown and the company that owns the facility says it's been closed to deal with the problem.
The human remains Mounties found near Fort Vermilion, Alta., Sunday have been identified as those of missing 15-year-old Roderica Ribbonleg of Little Red River Cree Nation, Alta.
A family had to be rescued from the waters of Lake Ontario after a nighttime pool float adventure went wrong.
The bear who was removed from a tree in London's Byron neighbourhood has been released back into the wild, according to the rehabilitation centre where he was recovering.
Police are asking for the public’s help with their search for Martin Carpentier, the father of two girls whose bodies were found in a forest last week in Quebec.
Ottawa Public Health reports 73 active cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa, the highest number of active cases in the capital since mid-June.
Here’s what we know ahead of Saskatchewan’s next update on COVID-19 cases in the province.
Renters in Saskatoon are paying a little more for a one or two bedroom rentals according to a new rent report.
A semi-automatic rifle and a pistol were found at the scene of a fatal police-involved shooting in Haliburton County that started with a report about a man who was refusing to wear a mask at a grocery store, Ontario’s police watchdog said.
A new study suggests eight times as many people in Metro Vancouver have been infected by the novel coronavirus than the rate of reported cases.
The B.C. spot prawn industry is facing serious challenges as countries that normally buy shipments of the seafood stopped due to COVID-19.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford came through with a promise by getting his hair cut in Leamington, the last area of the province to advance to Stage 2 of reopening.
The Manitoba government is set to give an update on Thursday afternoon regarding the province’s COVID-19 cases.