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Burst H2O siren closes Martensville city hall

A H2O siren that detonate in a categorical automatic room caused vital flooding during Martensville city hall this weekend. The city’s confidence alarm complement told government of an emanate only after 8 p.m. CT on Saturday. Staff found H2O via a categorical building of a building. READ MORE: Regina sees record …

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Faculty during 24 Ontario colleges on strike

TORONTO – Faculty during 24 Ontario colleges went on strike late Sunday, inspiring some-more than 500,000 students. The Ontario Public Services Employees Union says a dual sides couldn’t solve their differences by a strike deadline of 12:01 a.m. Monday. “There was unequivocally zero left that we could put forward, zero …

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Vancouver firefighters tackle fire during African drum emporium on Broadway

Vancouver firefighters were battling a two-alarm glow during an African drum store on Broadway Sunday night. The glow started in a building that houses a African Arts and Percussion Shop, between Columbia and Manitoba streets, subsequent to a restaurant. People who pronounced they circuitously reported that they left a building …

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Vanier Cup university football championship could stay in Hamilton

The countdown has begun. The 53rd Arcelor Mittal Vanier Cup, a championship diversion for Canadian university football, is now 40 days away. This is a fifth time that a city of Hamilton has hosted a Vanier Cup. Last year’s assemblage in Hamilton was estimated during fewer than 5,000, that was …

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