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<b>CANADA:</b> How two Syrian refugee families had their hopes of new start in Guelph shattered

CANADA: How two Syrian refugee families had their hopes of new start in Guelph shattered

At the last minute, a Guelph sponsor failed to provide the federal government with required information
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Animal rights group plans to crash charity chicken throwing contest

ONTARIO: Animal rights group plans to crash charity chicken throwing contest

Port Dalhousie bar gets many angry phone calls ahead of annual event
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province overpays some parents for elementary school strike compensation

ONTARIO: Province overpays some parents for elementary school strike compensation

Several parents saw four days' worth of compensation deposited into their accounts on Monday
<b>WORLD:</b> Trump unleashes impeachment fury in acquittal 'celebration'

WORLD: Trump unleashes impeachment fury in acquittal 'celebration'

He is looking ahead at his reelection campaign
<b>WORLD:</b> What sports can contribute to peace, development

WORLD: What sports can contribute to peace, development

Organizations and associations use sport as a vehicle to reach several social and humanitarian missions
<b>WORLD:</b> U.S. to evacuate 'few dozen' Canadians from Wuhan

WORLD: U.S. to evacuate 'few dozen' Canadians from Wuhan

Foreign Affairs Minister says the plane will carry 211 Canadians out of Wuhan
<b>CANADA:</b> Five things more likely to kill you in Canada than coronavirus

CANADA: Five things more likely to kill you in Canada than coronavirus

Experts say it is normal to freak out, but there are other, more worrisome issues that aren't new
<b>CANADA:</b> Ontario coronavirus investigations seem to be tapering off, official says

CANADA: Ontario coronavirus investigations seem to be tapering off, official says

Ontario's chief medical officer of health says that first wave of people who had been in Hubei province before the quarantine was imposed is now slowing
<b>CANADA:</b> Most Canadians overspent this holiday season, poll suggests

CANADA: Most Canadians overspent this holiday season, poll suggests

On average, we spent $459 more than planned
<b>CANADA:</b> Federal agencies mishandled sensitive documents more than 5,000 times last year

CANADA: Federal agencies mishandled sensitive documents more than 5,000 times last year

The numbers are likely higher given that Global Affairs Canada did not provide figured for the year