News source from CTV News CALGARY – A longtime employee of a performance group that entertains at the Calgary Stampede says he “feels like
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News source from CTV News A man has admitted to spray painting Islamic-themed graffiti on bus shelters and media buildings in Windsor. George Donaldson,
News source from CTV News Liquor restrictions are being imposed in La Ronge. The town’s council recently voted in favour of a new liquor
News source from CTV News The Stratford Festival’s plan to rebuild the Tom Patterson Theatre has taken a big step toward reality – even
News source from CTV News Owners of a Calgary RV rental company are hoping to fill two trailers full of clothing that will help
News source from CTV News Halifax and other areas of Nova Scotia are in the midst of a record setting snow drought, as the
Angel was 13 when her mother forced her to marry and start a family. “I felt like a slave,” she says of her childhood.
News source from CTV News Over eight decades after first opening its doors, a barbershop in downtown Saskatoon has no plans to slow down.
News source from CTV News Canadians who received emergency alerts on their cellphones warning of an impending missile strike that turned out to be