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Trains on Richmond Hill GO line delayed because of fatality

© Bernard Weil Trains from Richmond Hill are delayed after a fatality. Trains on the Richmond Hill line will not be moving through the area for around two hours due to a confirmed fatality north of Oriole GO Station, according ...

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They tried to impound her Land Rover. Now they want to take it away

© Matthew Howard/CBC RCMP caught Jie Cui speeding in the southern Interior city of Merritt in April 2019. But according to B.C.’s director of civil forfeiture, she fled when they told Cui they wanted to impound her Land Rover. When ...

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Township in B.C. removes woman’s Pride flag after neighbour’s complaint

© Lisa Ebenal/Facebook Lisa Ebenal holds the Pride flag that was returned to her by the Township of Langley after a bylaw officer took it down over a neighbour’s complaint on Friday, June 14, 2019. An Aldergrove woman has her ...

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Man seriously injured after stabbing in Parkdale: Toronto police

© Nick Westoll / File / Global News Toronto police say a man is suffering serious injuries after a stabbing in Parkdale. Toronto police say a man is seriously injured after a stabbing in Parkdale. Officers responded to reports of ...

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Quebec adopts secularism bill

© Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises Inc Quebec’s contentious secularism bill banning religious symbols for teachers, police officers and other public servants in positions of authority was voted into law late Sunday. Premier Francois Legault’s government used its majority to ...

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Lisa Dudley’s family hits roadblock in quest for murder victim’s possessions

© Global News file Lisa Dudley was shot at her home in Mission in 2008. Her family has been fighting for her personal belongings since 2017, finally winning their legal fight on May 17, 2019. The family of Lisa Dudley ...

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Hundreds in Toronto hold sit-in to show support for Hong Kong protesters

© Paul St-Onge/Radio-Canada Hong Kong’s China-backed government has apologized over the handling of its controversial extradition legislation, which has sparked massive street protests over the past week, including one in Toronto Sunday. Hundreds of demonstrators sat on a Toronto street Sunday to ...

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Canada's Navy puts on a show in the best photos of the week

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This Corso Italia house just went on the market for the first time since 1919

© Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited The house at 133 Boon Ave. last went on the market in 1919. If you’re an architectural history geek in the market to buy some property, your dream home might be waiting in ...

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Charity campaign asks, what would Kawhi do?

© David Bebee Teneile Warren started the “KaWine and Give” campaign to get Torontonians to donate to charity in Kawhi Leonard’s name, instead of trying to tempt the Raptors star to re-sign with the team by lavishing him with freebies ...

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