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2 hrs ago | Weyburn This Week
The new police chief in Estevan, Sask., says he used to work alongside the father of a young woman whose slaying his department is now investigating.
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2 hrs ago | SooToday
The best way to secure retirement for more Canadians is with a third option for pension plans, and not the way Ontario is approaching the problem by expanding the Canada Pension Plan, says Kevin Sorenson, minister of state for finance, on Thursday.
2 hrs ago | CBC News
3 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Expensive house calls by plumbers can be nerve-racking for homeowners, but this plumbing job in Canada's high Arctic is one for the record books.
7 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
When the seemingly perfect job opportunity became available in Calgary, Daniel Hoang had to decide if uprooting his life for a new career across the country would drain his savings.
11 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
The wrecking ball has destroyed many of the city's older homes in recent years, victims of the overheated development and real estate markets.
13 hrs ago | Canada.com
Canada's elections investigator says there is not enough evidence concerning fraudulent robocalls during the 2011 election to warrant charges by the federal public prosecutor.
13 hrs ago | CTV
An Ontario-born woman is alleged to have defrauded a 92-year-old Florida woman out of millions of dollars and used the money to purchase a beachfront home, a luxury car and meals at the city's finest restaurants.
15 hrs ago | Canada.com
A gasoline price spike is to be expected around this time of year as refineries prepare for the summer driving season, but there are some factors making this year's pre-Victoria Day bump more painful than usual.
18 hrs ago | The Independent & Free Press
The Ontario Provincial Police has released the names of two men who drowned on April 20 in Blind River.
A Royal Navy warship on its way to the Mediterranean has rescued two sailors after their dinghy capsized a mile-and-a-half from land.
CSO - The RCMP have managed to track down and arrest the first ne'er do well in London, Ontario.
Luce Lavertu had 'turned herself inside out' trying to get help for her teenage son - who is now in police custody after Lavertu was killed in her Ottawa home.
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