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Manitoba declares state of emergency after snow storm

The Manitoba government has declared a state of emergency following a powerful snow storm. The storm left thousands of homes and businesses without power....

Ontario Food Terminal declared a protected employment zone

The Ontario Food Terminal in Toronto has been declared a protected employment zone. The designation will prevent the terminal from being relocated. Municipal Affairs Minister...

CUPE strike averted and schools are open Monday

CUPE and the Province reached a tentative agreement Sunday hours before a strike deadline that would have impacted dozens of school boards throughout Ontario. Education...

Increase in the number of wrong way drivers: OPP

The number of drivers going the wrong way on our highways is increasing, that's according to new stats from the OPP. Just this week, two people...

Ontario Human Rights Commission to make accessible education announcement

The Ontario Human Rights Commission is expected to make an announcement Thursday morning about accessible education. Last year, the human rights watchdog updated its...

Feces smeared in lobby of Norfolk County bank

Police are investigating after someone smeared feces in the lobby of a bank in Norfolk County. It happened at a financial institution on Main...

Seat belt-related deaths on the rise: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding everyone to buckle up after a recent spike in the number of seat belt-related deaths in 2019. Police...

Justin Trudeau unveils Liberal Platform in Mississauga

A big announcement on the campaign trail. Liberal leader Justin Trudeau stopped in Mississauga to release the liberal platform, which projects another four years of...

Speed limit increases on three Ontario highways

Starting Thursday three highways in Ontario, including part of the QEW, are going to see a speed limit increase to 110 kilometres an hour. The...

School support staff set to start work-to-rule campaign Monday

Ontario's educational workers are set to start a work-to-rule campaign next week after contract talks broke down over the weekend. Discussions involving the province...

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Hundreds attend the funeral of Devan Bracci-Selvey today in Stoney Creek

It was a final goodbye for the 14-year-old boy who was stabbed to death at school this week. Hundreds of Devan Bracci-Selvey's friends and family...

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Man arrested for indecent act at St. Catharines library

A St. Catharines man has been arrested in connection with an indecent act at the St. Catharines library. On October 4th, around 2:30 P.M. Niagara...

Steve Ruddick has the long-range forecast