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In The News For August 29, 2018

Just as Canada is set return to the NAFTA negotiating table today, a late report in the Globe and Mail says Ottawa may be willing to discuss the country’s protected dairy market. The move is believed to be part of

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In The News For August 28, 2018

NAFTA renegotations pick up again today, with Canada back at the bargaining table for a round of talks that have taken on added significance after the U-S and Mexico announced a deal yesterday. President Donald Trump said the U-S and

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In The News For August 27, 2018

Authorities say a gunman opened-fire at an online video game tournament in Florida, killing two people before fatally shooting himself as a livestream of the event appeared to capture gunfire, shouts and screams. Jacksonville police say nine other people were

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In The News For August 24, 2018

A head-on collision on Highway 416 south of Ottawa last evening has left a 30-year-old man  dead and three other people are in hospital.  Paramedics say the unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene. One of the people taken

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In The News For August 23, 2018

Statistics Canada will release the Employment Insurance figures for June this morning. StatsCan last reported that about 454-thousand people received regular EI benefits in May, virtually unchanged from April. The latest jobs numbers from Ottawa revealed that the economy generated

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Wacky-But-True: Man Posed As Ex-Fiancees’s Mother’s Ghost

In an attempt to win back his ex-fiancée, a man in England posed as her dead mother. Roy Meadwell broke the terms of a restraining order when he sent Kay Wimbury a letter pretending to be the ghost of her

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In The News For August 22, 2018

Quebec says it raised about 215 million dollars in revenue for its Green Fund in the first cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emissions auction since Ontario bowed out. All available current vintage emission units and 2021 future units were sold in the

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In The News For August 21, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says yesterday’s groundbreaking for an Amazon distribution centre in Ottawa was a great day for the city and for the entire country. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson says the facility will help bring more jobs to the

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In The News For August 20, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mayor Jim Watson will be joined by officials from Amazon to officially break ground on the new fulfillment centre at Boundary Road and Highway 417 today. The one million square foot facility will include 1,000

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In The News For August 16, 2018

Yesterday afternoon just before 5:30 emergency crews responded to three vehicles rolled over on Highway 174. The eastbound lane of the highway was closed for about an hour at the split near the Blair Road exit resulting in traffic delays.

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In The News For August 15, 2018

Italian authorities have raised the death toll in yesterday’s highway bridge collapse in the northwestern port city of Genoa to at least 37. The Italian city’s prefect office announced the updated figure this morning as rescuers continue to search through

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In The News For August 14, 2018

Emergency services were called for a vehicle that had fallen on someone near Russell yesterday. However when they got there the person had already been freed from under the vehicle. Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry paramedics then transported the victim to

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In The News For August 10, 2018

Police would like to warn the public about a recent series of distraction thefts, frauds and robberies that have occurred in Ottawa and other cities across Ontario. The suspects approach victims on the side of the road, parking lots, or

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In The News For August 9, 2018

The Province is asking Prescott-Russell paramedics to hold off on new practices of marking themselves unavailable for dispatch until they cross into Prescott-Russell territory if local paramedics are needed to bring a patient to a hospital outside of the region.

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In The News For August 8, 2018

Canada’s diplomatic tensions keep growing with Saudi Arabia in the ongoing fallout from Ottawa’s tweet on the weekend, criticizing the kingdom for detaining female bloggers and activists. Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador, ordered ours to leave, and has frozen

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