Humble and hilarious Jean-Louis sisters sell out Rialto

News source from CTV News Humble, yet hilarious – the Jean-Louis sisters are unlikely comedy stars: each with two university degrees and a sold-out

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Police investigating after bodies discovered in vehicle near Oneida

News source from CTV News CTV London Published Sunday, November 4, 2018 6:19PM EST Last Updated Sunday, November 4, 2018 10:31PM EST Update: OPP

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25 handguns hidden in gas tank seized at U.S.-Canada border

News source from CTV News Twenty-five handguns were seized at the Canadian border after a 50-year-old woman allegedly tried to enter from the U.S.

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Sex assault trial to begin in Ontario for former high-ranking gymnastics coach

News source from CTV News SARNIA, Ont. — The sexual assault trial of a high-ranking former gymnastics coach gets underway in southwestern Ontario today.

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Sask. has the most expensive pot of the provinces – here’s what people think

News source from CTV News The price of cannabis in Saskatchewan is ridiculous and won’t last, says Jeffrey Lundstrom, owner of Skunk Funk Smoker’s

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Rollover closes intersection north of downtown, driver in hospital

News source from CTV News A rollover early Monday morning forced the closure of an intersection north of downtown. The pickup truck hit a

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Halifax gets first designated smoking area as citywide smoking ban looms

News source from CTV News HALIFAX — A map showing Halifax’s designated smoking areas is live, less than two days before the city’s sweeping

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Kyrie Irving on flat-Earth comments: ‘I’m sorry’

News source from CTV News BOSTON — Kyrie Irving offered a simple message to science teachers Monday. “I’m sorry,” the Boston Celtics star said.

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Ontario made the ‘right call’ in voting out Liberals, interim leader says

News source from CTV News TORONTO — The interim leader of Ontario’s struggling Liberal party says voters made the “right call” in stripping them

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Internment camp survivor touched by roadside acknowledgement of forced labour

News source from CTV News A sign recognizing the forced labour of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War was unveiled alongside the Trans-Canada Highway

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