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The Ontario fruit that sounds ‘too mythical, too bizarre to be true’

The Ontario fruit that sounds ‘too mythical, too bizarre to be true’ Once cultivated by Indigenous people, what some call a forgotten fruit is coming back into vogue  In search of wild pawpaws in a secret location near London, Ont. with forager and ecologist Mathis Natvik. 2:06 You can’t find …

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Canadians voted for a carbon tax, Trudeau says as provincial blowback grows

Canadians voted for a carbon tax, Trudeau says as provincial blowback grows OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians gave his government a mandate in the last election to implement a national carbon price and that is exactly what it is going to do. “Pollution should not be free …

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Illegal border crosser guilty of assault after spitting on female immigration officer at B.C. border crossing

Illegal border crosser guilty of assault after spitting on female immigration officer at B.C. border crossing The Columbia Valley Pioneer reports that Ronald Dosson, an American citizen, was found guilty during a jury trial of returning to Canada without authorization, of assaulting a peace officer, and of obstructing an immigration officer. …

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MUST WATCH: Woman who testified against Tori Stafford’s killer calls out Trudeau

Celina Myers, an individual who testified against Michael Rafferty has created a passionate video aimed at persuading Justin Trudeau to finally do the right thing when it comes to Terri-Lynne McClintic. Who is Terry-Lynne McClintic and what has Trudeau failed on? Terri-Lynne McClintic is the woman who was convicted of first-degree …

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NEWSFormer Liberal MP Dan McTeague calls Trudeau “unhinged” and in need of professional help

If it weren’t obvious enough that the prime minister was completely on the wrong side when it comes to allowing the killer of eight-year-old Tori Stafford to remain in a minimum security healing lodge, it just got a lot more clear. READ MORE: Trudeau orders caucus to vote against having child murderer …

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Critics slam Trudeau over prescription drug cost ‘concession’ in trade pact

Canadian Generic Pharmaceutical Association President Jim Keon says allowing drug companies to keep data to themselves for an additional two years is a “step away” from an affordable national pharmacare plan — something the Liberals are currently studying. OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is being urged to do everything possible to mitigate …

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Ford government increases hospital funding by $90 million to address overcrowding

Ford government increases hospital funding by $90 million to address overcrowding The government will fund 1,100 hospital beds in total — including more than 640 new beds. TORONTO — Ontario will spend $90 million this year to fund hundreds of hospital beds ahead of flu season, a measure the province’s health minister said will help address the …

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LILLEY: Trudeau bails on vote to denounce child killer

LILLEY: Trudeau bails on vote to denounce child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic is escorted into court in Kitchener, Ont., on Wednesday, September 12, 2012. The bureaucrat charged with reviewing the controversial transfer of Tori Stafford’s killer from a medium security prison to an Indigenous healing lodge says she is comfortable with …

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CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Man roundhouse kicks woman at pro-life event on Toronto street

CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Man roundhouse kicks woman at pro-life event on Toronto street An exchange of words between a man and a pro-life woman in Toronto turned into a vicious assault that went viral. Writing for Life Site News, Marie-Claire Bissonnette explains how she was at Life Chain, an annual event …

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Alberta farmers worried as cold weather hurts harvests

Alberta farmers worried as cold weather hurts harvests By Michael KingDigital Journalist  Global News  Cold weather, frost and even snow have caused crop production in Alberta to drop by 23.4 per cent this year compared to 2017, according to the Alberta Crop Report. This has farmers and ranchers across the province concerned …

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