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Russian Montrealers send letters of hope to imprisoned Ukrainians 

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News “The prisoner getting a letter shows them that somebody is watching, somebody is thinking and caring about them. It helps keep their sanity.” Author of the article: Harry North  •  Special to Montreal Gazette Published Feb 26, 2024  •  Last updated 55 minutes ago  •  5 minute read At a letter-writing …

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Cold to follow biggest snow of the season for parts of the Prairies

Cold to follow biggest snow of the season for parts of the Prairies This winter hasn’t felt very wintry on the Prairies. January’s bitter chill got washed out amid a sea of above-seasonal temperatures blanketing the heart of the country so far this season. Never say never when it comes to the weather, and winter …

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B.C. Budget: Parents happy to get extra cash, but only for a year

Breadcrumb Trail Links Real Estate Parenting News Local News Local Health Life Health Metro Vancouver residents hoped the budget would bring relief for housing, child care, family doctors, transportation, new schools and financial subsidies Published Feb 22, 2024  •  Last updated 1 minute ago  •  5 minute read Brittany Hopkins, her husband, Mike Fogel, and their …

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Girls hoops team forfeits after injuries mount against trans opponent

Breadcrumb Trail Links Basketball Published Feb 20, 2024  •  2 minute read A picture taken on June 1, 2017 shows a basket and a ball before a friendly basketball match between France and Canada on June 1, 2017, in Villenave-d’Ornon, southwestern France. / AFP PHOTO / NICOLAS TUCATNICOLAS TUCAT/AFP/Getty Images Photo by NICOLAS TUCAT /AFP …

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Ontario Hockey League sets out 8-game ban for Kanata’s Connor Lockhart

Article content A 21-year-old player from Kanata has been cleared to return to action by the Ontario Hockey League after serving what amounted to an eight-game suspension following an investigation into unspecified conduct. Connor Lockhart, a forward, played for the Oshawa Generals in their road game against the Erie Otters on Saturday night. Article content …

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Can Donald Trump afford to pay a half-billion dollars in legal debt?

Breadcrumb Trail Links World Here’s what we know about what Trump owes, and what might happen if he simply refuses to pay the money Author of the article: The Associated Press Jake Offenhartz Published Feb 16, 2024  •  Last updated 0 minutes ago  •  5 minute read Former U.S. President and current GOP Presidential candidate Donald …

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Canadians ready for speed-skating worlds at Calgary’s Olympic Oval

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports Legend Catroina Le May Doan cheers on host-nation athletes in bid to follow in her boots from 1998 Published Feb 14, 2024  •  Last updated 1 hour ago  •  5 minute read Canadian speed skater Ivanie Blondin helps out Postmedia sports reporter Daniel Austin during the inaugural Celebrity Dash on Ice at …

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Electric vehicles not a panacea for climate change: Steven Guilbeault

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Electrification is an important component of the battle; public and active transit are also key, environment minister says. Published Feb 12, 2024  •  Last updated 38 minutes ago  •  4 minute read “”We must stop thinking that electric cars will solve all our problems,” Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday. Photo …

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Potent nor’easter could swipe hard-hit Atlantic Canada this week

Potent nor’easter could swipe hard-hit Atlantic Canada this week Click here to view the video We’re on the lookout for a developing nor’easter early this week that could take a swipe at East Coast communities still reeling from the historic snowstorm that buried the region just one week ago. This could prove to be a …

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