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Ontario mosque vandalized two nights in a row: ‘It’s kind of disturbing’

© Courtesy: Imam Hafeez Motorwala On Friday, members arriving for prayer at the Owen Sound Muslim Association discovered tomato sauce and eggs splattered on and around the front entrance, according to Imam Hafeez Motorwala. The next day, found another mess, ...

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Ontario legislature to get airport-style security, new visitor screening centre

© Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises Inc TORONTO — The Ontario legislature is introducing airport-style security next year, as it becomes one of the last provinces to start making all visitors pass through metal detectors — upgrades being made in the wake ...

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Storm forces tens of thousands of fans to flee Festival d'été de Québec

© Daniel Coulombe/Radio-Canada Dan Reynolds, singer for the American pop rock band Imagine Dragons, was singing in the rain Saturday night, apologizing to fans as the show was cancelled due to a severe storm. The Festival d’été du Quebec on ...

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Meet the 'miracle worker' who repairs beloved toys in Mile End

Dominique Dansereau knows better than anyone that for a child, a beloved stuffed animal, plush toy or doll is more than the sum of its parts — it’s something akin to a best friend. But as much as toys are cherished, ...

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T.O. police make arrest in connection with sex assault incident

Toronto police have arrested one of two men suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in the stairwell of a downtown condominium in the Bathurst Street and King Street West area early Wednesday morning. Police say a 19-year-old woman entered the elevator around 12:45 a.m. when ...

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Drownings down in Ontario this year, but perhaps not for long

© Yvon Theriault/CBC The Lifesaving Society says drowning incidents in Ontario are lower this year, but will likely rise as the weather warms. Fewer people have drowned in Ontario in 2019 compared to previous years, but experts say the trend ...

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Laval man shot dead: Quebec police

© Mario Beauregard / The Canadian Press The incident took place on Phil-Watson Street near the Jacques-Plante intersection. A 36-year-old man was shot dead in Chomedey, Laval, early Saturday morning, police say. Laval police were called to the scene at ...

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Parks Canada strikes agreement with Indigenous group

© Christina Romualdo/CBC Timiskaming First Nation Chief Wayne McKenzie says he hopes the partnership with Parks Canada will result in more Anishnaabe presence at the site. He says he wants the two groups to work alongside each other to educate ...

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Pitchfork wielding Ontario woman arrested after attacking brother

© Kingston Police | Facebook Adding to the list of bizarre police cases, a Kingston Woman with a pitchfork was arrested after attacking her brother and a parked car before running from police. In a news release, Kingston Police reported ...

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Police identify victim of suspicious death in Greater Victoria

© evgeny_pylayev/ Getty Police yellow line, blurred lights and traffic accident in background. West Shore RCMP have identified the victim of a “suspicious death” just outside of Victoria. Police said in a written statement that 60-year-old Martin Payne was found deceased in his ...

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