Lavigne announces first cross-Canada tour in more than a decade this spring

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TORONTO — Avril Lavigne has announced her first cross-Canada tour in more than a decade. The "Bite Me Canada 2022" tour is set to hit...

Ford calls for flight ban, other measures in response to new variant

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TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is calling for stronger border measures in light of a new COVID-19 variant amid fears it may be...

Fashion mogul Peter Nygard has case put over for two weeks

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TORONTO — Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has had his case put over for another two weeks. Nygard, who faces sexual assault charges, did not...

Canada Post unveils stamp featuring literary luminary Margaret Atwood

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TORONTO — Canadian author Margaret Atwood says becoming the face of a new stamp has made her the envy of all of her friends,...

Mayor defends keeping groundhog weather guesser Wiarton Willie’s death a secret

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WIARTON, Ont. — The mayor of a small Ontario town is defending its decision to keep a famous groundhog's death a secret. Town of South...

Child COVID-19 vaccine clinics ramp up in Ontario

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TORONTO — Kids and parents braved the rain, cold and needles Thursday in Toronto as the COVID-19 vaccination effort for the five-to-11 age cohort...

CFL says 95 per cent of players will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by...

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TORONTO — The CFL expects 95 per cent of its players will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 1. The league said in a...

Hamilton Tiger-Cats activate receiver Bralon Addison from the six-game injured list

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HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats activated American receiver Bralon Addison from the six-game injured list Wednesday. That allows Addison, 28, to resume practising with the...

Wiarton Willie dead, to be replaced by brown groundhog at February 2022 festival

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WIARTON, Ont. — Alleged weather prognosticating groundhog Wiarton Willie has died. Rumours of Willie's death have swirled since Groundhog Day after a video was released...

Ontario reports 591 new COVID-19 cases, seven virus deaths on Wednesday

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TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 591 new COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths from the virus on Wednesday. Health Minister Christine Elliott says 307 of...