Iraq mission

Lt-Gen. Jonathan Vance, commander of Canadian Joint Operation Command, holds a briefing on combat strikes against the Islamic State of Irag (ISIL) in Ottawa, on Nov. 4. A new poll shows most Canadians support the current mission in Iraq.

Most Canadians support our troops being in Iraq, poll finds

About two-thirds of Canadians support the mission in Iraq and consider the Islamic State a threat to Canada that must be confronted...

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Meeting Lacey

Kitchener's Holly Burrell and her teenage daughter Dana Burrell paid $2,500 each for a small part in the 'Corner Gas' movie. Here they pose on set with actor Gabrielle Miller, who played coffee shop owner Lacey Burrows in the television show.

Kitchener mom, daughter pay for parts in ‘Corner Gas’ movie

Mythical places cast magical spells with intoxicating scents.

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Winter rocks!

The sixth annual Great Canadian Pond Spiel will return to the Island Lake Conservation Area on Jan. 31.

Great Canadian Pond Spiel returns to Island Lake in January

Curling the way it was originally done on an outdoor rink brings its own challenges to the game.

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Male suspect sought

Suspect with apparent shoe fetish sought in Richmond Hill sexual assault

Suspect with apparent shoe fetish sought in Richmond Hill sexual assault

York Regional Police Special Victims Unit-Sexual Assault is asking the public for assistance in identifying a male suspect following a...

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Student's story spurred commitment to tackle sex assault at Lakehead University

Sarah (not her real name) says she was raped by a classmate while attending Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. Her story spurred Lakehead to implement a new sexual misconduct policy.

Student's story spurred commitment to tackle sex assault at Lakehead University

Sarah says the man who raped her in the basement of his parent's home also sat four seats to the left of her in a class at Lakehead...

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Inside the career of Motherisk founder Dr. Gideon Koren

Hospital for Sick Children physician Dr. Gideon Koren, who founded and directs the hospital's Motherisk program, is back in the spotlight. New evidence from an Alberta toxicologist has questioned the validity of Motherisk's hair-testing methods to determine drug use.

Inside the career of Motherisk founder Dr. Gideon Koren

How prominent doctor built the Hospital for Sick Children’s Motherisk program into a leading world authority on drugs and pregnant and...

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Botched O'Donnell wedding

Couple learns wedding officiator unauthorized after ‘mortifying’ marriage ceremony

Couple learns wedding officiator unauthorized after ‘mortifying’ marriage ceremony

Peterborough “sort-of” newlyweds say they must recertify their marriage after hiring a wedding officiator online who wasn't registered with...

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Windsor Fire: $365,000 in damages in Oullette Avenue apartment fire

Windsor Fire: $365,000 in damages in Oullette Avenue apartment fire

Windsor Fire: $365,000 in damages in Oullette Avenue apartment fire

The fire which broke out late Thursday night on the 11th floor of an Oullette Avenue apartment injuring three has resulted in $365,000 in...

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Quebec review recommends $2.3 billion in cuts

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Afghan officials say suicide bomber kills "at least 45" at volleyball match in country's east

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Bomb kills 2, wounds 23 in southern Philippines

Bomb blast at billiard hall near crowded carnival in southern Philippines kills 2, wounds 23

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3rd Annual Book Expo

Sun Nov 23 | 10:00 AM

Polar Splash

Sun Nov 23 | 11:00 AM

Mary Poppins

Sun Nov 23 | 2:00 PM

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