Steve Ditko, Spider-Man co-creator, dies at age 90

News source from CTV News Karen Matthews and Andrew Dalton, The Associated Press Published Friday, July 6, 2018 10:00PM EDT NEW YORK — Steve

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Impaired driver caught driving on car rim

News source from CTV News It was a Canada Day noisemaker that attracted some unwanted attention for a motorist in Cape Breton. On Sunday, just

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Canada’s national junior softball team on Saskatchewan tune-up tour

News source from CTV News Canada’s national junior softball team is making sure they enter the world championships playing as well as they can.

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Timelines tightening, braintrust assembling on Calgary’s potential 2026 Winter Games bid

News source from CTV News CALGARY — The people managing Calgary’s possible 2026 Winter Games bid are expected to be announced within days, but

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How to shop like a patriot during a Canada-U.S. trade spat

News source from CTV News Maybe it’s because U.S. President Donald Trump accused Canadians of smuggling shoes out of his country. Or maybe it’s

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Trench collapses on worker, burying him up to his neck

News source from CTV News A man is buried up to his neck after a trench collapsed on him while he was working on

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Bruce Cockburn reflects on his activism, 1983 trip to Nicaragua, in interview with Lisa LaFlamme

News source from CTV News As Nicaragua currently grapples with deadly political protests, Canadian troubadour Bruce Cockburn is reflecting on a trip he took

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Sask. farmer acquitted in death of Indigenous man pleads guilty to gun charge

News source from CTV News NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask. — A Saskatchewan farmer acquitted in the fatal shooting of a young Indigenous man is giving

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B.C. school trustee facing human rights complaint for LGBTQ comments

News source from CTV News VANCOUVER — A Chilliwack school trustee is facing a human rights complaint for controversial comments he has made about

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Manitoba government abandons plan to stop putting public notices in papers

News source from CTV News The Manitoba government is backing down from a plan to stop publishing notices of everything from environmental protection changes

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