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Tractors are still in the shed and seed planting won’t go ahead until the frozen, wet soil warms up, said Ontario Federation of Agriculture chief Keith Currie....

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While winter tires are proven to be better than all-season tires on snowy roads, safe winter driving goes beyond the requirement to only equip a vehicle with a set....

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The revival of the church began when Terry Cutts, a mechanical contractor and an award-winning chef, moved to Palgrave with his two young sons in 2003....

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The German expressionist science-fiction film, originally released in 1927, screened alongside a live avant-garde soundtrack to a packed audience at the Melrose United Church in Hamilton on Saturday, Feb. 23....

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Justin Mowat The Canadian government pledged to provide $53 million in aid to Venezuela on Monday, amid the country’s worsening humanitarian crisis and escalating political division. The federal Liberal government announced the funding in Ottawa...

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Toronto Public Health has vaccinated nearly 7,000 people in community clinics so far this flu season. Additionally, pharmacies, doctors and health care providers have given the flu shot to one million city residents....

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The UN Global Compact for Migration—a non-legally binding global agreement that Canada has signed to provide protections to migrants—was the target of the demonstration on Saturday....

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Congresswoman-elect, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, represents the new face of American politics—outspoken, racialized and a member of the working class....

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Republicans currently hold majorities in both chambers of Congress. In the 435-seat House of Representatives, Republicans occupy 236 seats, compared to 193 for the Democrats....

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