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Canada

Sept. 30 will not be a provincial statutory holiday in Ontario, government confirms

TORONTO — Ontario will not make Sept. 30, National Truth and Reconciliation Day, a provincial statutory holiday, the government confirms. …

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Canada

Quebec man accused of kidnapping son appears in court, will remain in custody

MONTREAL — The man arrested Sunday in connection with an Amber Alert that was triggered in the provinces of Quebec…

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USA

Loretta Lynn, Morgan Wallen line up country music stars for Tennessee flood relief

Country music stars are joining forces in Nashville for a series of concerts benefiting victims of the severe storms and…

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Auto

Ida remnants deluge Northeast dealerships after blasting Louisiana

Mere days after striking the Gulf Coast, Hurricane Ida’s remnants on Wednesday inundated parts of New York and New Jersey,…

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New York

Ida Impact: 70-Year-Old Man Killed In Passaic Flood Water, Mayor Says

PASSAIC, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Ida wreaked havoc Wednesday in New Jersey, where the storm is blamed for at least one…

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Canada

Where you will and won’t need proof of vaccination in Ontario

TORONTO — Beginning later this month, Ontarians will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to access a number of…

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UK

Victoria Hospital cancer clinic in London in partial 2-month shutdown after flood damage | CBC News

The London Health Sciences Centre says important areas of the cancer clinic at Victoria Hospital have been damaged extensively due to…

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Canada

Three-week-old kitten fighting for its life after being covered with tar in Gatineau

OTTAWA — A three-week-old kitten named Ashley is fighting for its life after being covered with tar. It was apparently…

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Canada

Another explosion could happen in Wheatley, Ont.: Chatham-Kent Fire Chief

WINDSOR, ONT. — Officials are warning that there is a risk of a secondary explosion after a gas explosion in…

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Canada

Ontario wineries hit hard as COVID-19 pandemic stretches into second summer

TORONTO — Caroline Granger couldn’t imagine a worse year for her small winery. Granger said that the COVID-19 pandemic has…

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