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Dyck Memorial Bridge In Saskatchewan Collapses Hours After Opening

Dyck Memorial Bridge In Saskatchewan Collapses Hours After Opening The municipality has been told it won’t be on the hook for the cost of repairs. Ryan McKennaCanadian Press HYAS, Sask. — A rural politician in eastern Saskatchewan says he’s at a loss to explain why a newly built bridge collapsed …

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75-Year-Old Volunteer Visits Animal Shelter Every Day And Naps With Cats

75-Year-Old Volunteer Visits Animal Shelter Every Day And Naps With Cats “[He sleeps for] about an hour, then he’ll wake up and switch cats,” said the founder of Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary. A man in Wisconsin has turned snoozing into a charitable act. By Elyse Wanshel Terry Lauerman, 75, goes …

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7 amazing maps that show how important Canada is

7 amazing maps that show how important Canada is Canada is one of the top energy producers in the world and provides us with a lot of our entertainment. The country is simply huge, with a sprawling wilderness landscape. See how truly expansive Canada is with these maps. Produced by Justin Gmoser Canada explained …

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Canada ranks No. 2 in Best Countries list, only beaten by Switzerland

Canada ranks No. 2 in Best Countries list, only beaten by Switzerland By Rebecca Joseph The drive from Vancouver to Whistler is especially spectacular in the winter.   Canada is the second best country in the world, according to the U.S. News and Report’s Best Country list. It’s only surpassed by …

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17-Year-Old Rayne Fisher-Quann Leads Student Walkout Over Ontario Sex Ed Curriculum

17-Year-Old Rayne Fisher-Quann Leads Student Walkout Over Ontario Sex Ed Curriculum High schoolers at 73 schools across the province will be ditching class to protest. High school student Rayne Fisher-Quann reads her ‘Open Letter to Doug Ford’ at a rally outside of Queen’s Park in Toronto on July 21, 2018. …

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Ontario PCs Scrap Green Energy Act

Premier Doug Ford promised to get rid of it during the election campaign. GEOFF ROBINS/CANADIAN PRESS Ontario Premier Doug Ford waves to the crowd as he rides on a wagon with members of his caucus during the opening parade at the International Plowing Match in Pain Court, Ont. on Tuesday. …

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Nissan recalls nearly 20,000 vehicles in Canada over fire risks

Nissan recalls nearly 20,000 vehicles in Canada over fire risks DETROIT – Nissan recalled nearly 240,000 cars and SUVs worldwide due to a fire risk and is advising people to park the vehicles outdoors in rare cases. An anti-lock brake pump can leak brake fluid onto a circuit board, causing an electrical …

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Trudeau: Canada Won’t Back Down On NAFTA Demands

Trudeau: Canada Won’t Back Down On NAFTA Demands Chrystia Freeland was in a reflective mood with reporters in Washington. James McCartenCanadian Press SEAN KILPATRICK/CP Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pauses to talk to media as he arrives to a caucus meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Sept. 19, 2018. WASHINGTON …

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Ottawa Woman Says Couple Yelled ‘Racial Obscenities’ At Her While She Held Her Baby

Ottawa Woman Says Couple Yelled ‘Racial Obscenities’ At Her While She Held Her Baby She reported the incident to police. By Mohamed Omar SCREENGRAB/FACEBOOK A woman in Ottawa says she has filed a police report after a couple allegedly hit and berated her with racist remarks. Jenny Dao, the director …

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How will marijuana legalization change the U.S. border for Canadians?

  #1 rule: do not lie to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Dave Chidley) This will cause a lot of trouble, to say the least. Crossing the border has always been a tense experience. For the thousands of Canadians who will be joining the legalized cannabis industry, …

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