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Chatham-Kent—Leamington Liberal candidate withdraws, accuses NDP of 'personal attacks'

Chatham-Kent—Leamington Liberal candidate Audrey Festeryga has withdrawn from the provincial election after the NDP raised concerns about her nomination.

Alberta towers above other provinces in the number of long-term unemployed

Doug Charters, who was out of work two years before he found work as a film audio technician and stagehand, said it was almost like drowning. "You get back to the beach … and you realize, oh, well, that was close." He's far from the only Albertan to go through it: one in three unemployed Albertans have been out of work for six months or more, by far...

Lockdown lifted at Toronto schools, suspect located after reports of person with rifle

Several Toronto schools are out of lockdown, two hours after reports of a man with a rifle walking near Maberley Crescent and Oxhorn Road in Port Union.

Calgary terrorist who fought as ISIS sniper in Syria sentenced to 12 years in prison

A Calgary man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for terrorism offences, including kidnapping, committed during a year-long stint fighting as a trained sniper with ISIS in Syria.

Quebec to start vaccinating against monkeypox as cases climb to 25

The smallpox vaccine — which hasn’t been routinely offered in Canada for decades — will be offered to those at high risk of contracting the disease, such as those who have been in contact with confirmed cases.

Canada Soccer cancels controversial game against Iran that was set for next month

Canada Soccer says it has cancelled a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.

Shirley Soosay's remains being returned to Samson Cree Nation, decades after her murder

Shirley Soosay's homecoming marks the end of Violet Soosay's lifelong search for her long-lost aunt. Shirley Soosay was murdered in 1980 and identified by DNA testing nearly 40 years later.

Bed bugs and cockroaches: International students in Sudbury, Ont., decry landlord for 14-bed home conversion

A group of international students living in a rental house in Greater Sudbury believe their landlord took advantage of them. The three-bedroom house has been converted into a rooming house with beds for 14, and the space has many health and safety concerns, including cockroaches and bed bugs and rats.

Neurodiversity social club helps autistic youth make friends

A program for Saint John youth whose brains work a little differently than most of their peers' is trying to grow to keep up with demand. 

Nova Scotia weightlifters capture 14 medals at Canadian powerlifting championships

The Nova Scotia team had great success, bringing home seven gold medals, four silver and three bronze.

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