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52% of Canadian parents won’t let kids trick-or-treat amid coronavirus: poll...

Canadians are divided about whether to let the COVID-19 pandemic disrupt their plans for upcoming holidays and seasonal events, a new poll suggests.The poll,...

U.S. election likely won’t be delayed, but officials warn results may...

A shift to mail voting is increasing the chances that Americans will not know the winner of November’s presidential race on election night. But...

Supreme Court of Canada won’t hear bid to suspend Quebec’s secularism...

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Rick Zamperin: Let’s face it, sports won’t be back any time...

I’d like to think that I am an eternal optimist, but I’m also a realist, and the likelihood of any sports league restarting any...

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing says renters won’t be evicted...

The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing is reassuring renters that they will not get evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic.The province has made a...

Ontario government has a coronavirus outbreak plan but won’t reveal details

The Ontario government is keeping tight-lipped on contingency plans for a potential COVID-19 outbreak, with Health Minister Christine Elliott saying hospitals will find...

Toronto judge slams Canadian Tire after employee tells court he won’t...

A Toronto judge has written a scathing letter to Canadian Tire demanding to know why an employee was told he wouldn’t be paid...

Ontario’s rape crisis centres worry additional funding won’t continue beyond March

Ontario’s 42 sexual assault centres are urging the Ford government to continue providing an additional $1 million in annual funding, saying the money...

Ottawa says it won’t interfere in the dispute between Wet’suwet’en chiefs...

OTTAWA—The federal government insists it has no role in the resolution of a pipeline construction dispute in British Columbia, even as the resulting...

Donald Trump is on a roll, and Mitt Romney’s vote won’t...

WASHINGTON—For a brief moment, just before Donald Trump was predictably acquitted, the president’s impeachment trial transcended partisanship and short-term political expediency.Mitt Romney, the...
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