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Major winter storm brings snow, thunder and lightning to parts of Ontario

TORONTO — A fierce winter storm that brought heavy snow, strong winds and even thunder and lightning to most of southern Ontario has largely come to an end. Environment Canada meteorologist Haizhen Sun says between 22 and 30 centimetres of snow fell on the Greater Toronto Area as of 6 …

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Woman injured in Toronto hit-and-run: police – Toronto

A woman was rushed to hospital on Saturday night after she was reportedly struck by a car while walking in Toronto. In a tweet, Toronto police said they responded to reports of a woman struck in the area of Jane Street and Weston Road around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday. The …

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Building on Main Street in Winnipeg destroyed by fire, forces road closure – Winnipeg

A building on Main Street in Winnipeg has been severely damaged by a fire that forced closure of the road to traffic. On Saturday morning, fire crews went to a two-storey commercial and residential, mixed-use building in the 800 block of Main Street after receiving multiple reports about a fire. …

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Families to file complaints against Hockey Quebec for alleged player racism – Montreal

A biracial teen and his mother will file a complaint against Hockey Quebec with the province’s Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission following an incident during a hockey game last December. They believe that Hockey Quebec is not doing enough to combat anti-Black racism against junior players. The first time …

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Ontario Liberals pick new voting process for leadership race

HAMILTON — Ontario Liberals voted Saturday to forge ahead with a new system for selecting their next leader, shedding the delegated conventions of old as the party seeks renewal and recovery from two consecutive electoral disasters. Members attending the party’s annual general meeting in Hamilton this weekend overwhelmingly voted for …

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Man wanted after allegedly throwing object at Toronto police station window – Toronto

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Officers are searching for a man after he reportedly damaged a police station in Toronto. Toronto police said that, in the early hours of Sunday morning, a case of mischief occurred at its 22 division building, located at Dundas Street West and …

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Ban of TikTok app on federal government devices sparks debate on security – Winnipeg

The recent ban of the TikTok app on Canadian federal government devices has sparked conversation around security on social media. The app has been the subject of security concerns lately. The federal government banned it from government-issued phones on February 28 and Manitoba followed suit with a ban beginning March …

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Popularity of custom licence plates on the rise in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan residents have a lot of ways to express their personalities on the prairies, with custom license plates gaining popularity as another option. According to SGI, there are currently 51,773 registered custom licence plates in the province, accounting for roughly five per cent of all registered plates in Saskatchewan. Read …

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Ontario girl, 9, sets 3 Guinness World Records in hula hooping

Mamathi Vinoth would spend hours practising hula hooping after school every day to perfect her technique. Spinning, hopping and twirling, the nine-year-old worked on her strength, stamina and consistency. The hard work paid off a few weeks ago when the Grade 4 student from Mississauga, Ont., set three Guinness World …

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Blue Jays to honour Bautista in regular season

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted March 5, 2023 12:39 pm Updated March 5, 2023 1:34 pm Descrease article font size Increase article font size TORONTO – The Toronto Blue Jays will be honouring one of their greats on Aug. 12. The team announced Sunday that it will have slugger …

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