Steve Rukavina, CBC

Steve Rukavina, CBC


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This sign is new today at a schoolyard in Villeray where many neighbourhood kids have been playing soccer and basketball

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Grocery store staff fed up with 'social' shoppers who flout pandemic rules

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Cyclists can now get bikes repaired, but Bixi service may be delayed

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COVID-19 has upended the U.S. election campaign and could also change how Americans vote

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Premiers pull together over shortage of COVID-19 medical supplies

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As COVID-19 rips through nursing homes, some tell loved ones there's 'no benefit' to sending ill to hospital

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'Zoom-bombing' attacks on video conferencing platform leave victims shaken

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Quebec restaurants facing uncertain future due to COVID-19 restrictions

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City dwellers need room to breathe on the streets. Why is that so hard in Toronto? - The Globe and Mail

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Kids playing hockey on highway 40 waiting for pileup to clear (video Mathieu Daniel Wagner Radio-Canada)

Montreal mayor Valérie Plante says city is banning single use dishware and cutlery: styrofoam cups and containers, plastic straws, plastic forks and spoons etc.; says change will be phased in gradually to help businesses adapt

Highway 15 closed in La Prairie on Montreal's South Shore after multi-vehicle pileup

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CBC has confirmed Canadian Forces members ordered to stay out of uniforms in public unless on active duty #cbcmtl 

Just stop now. This is the best thing you will see all day:

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Ex-Liberal candidate Hassan Guillet, flanked by family and supporters, says Liberal party was aware of his past online comments and working with him on PR plan when suddenly party unilaterally withdrew his nomination

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Man: “You should cut your turban off. You’ll look like a Canadian.” Singh: “I think Canadians look like all sorts of people. That’s the beauty of Canada.” Man: “Yeah, but...” Singh: “I don’t agree, sir.” Man: “In Rome, you do as the Romans do.”

BREAKING: Quebec Superior court decision upholds Quebec’s law banning religious symbols for some civil servants

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