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CBS Corp interim chairman Richard Parsons has resigned from the board for reasons of ill health about a month after joining, the company said in a statement on Sunday.
Move under consideration to boost supply of Irish, science and home economics teachers
Prime minister seeks to quell growing frustration over EU withdrawal negotiations by highlighting 'important progress'
MADD Canada said the decision to remove Charleston Hughes from the Riders' active roster sent a strong message about the seriousness of impaired driving.
Chefs and volunteers rolled up their sleeves to serve up some hot dishes on Sunday afternoon at the Gilford Soup Contest to help the Sleeping Children Around The World Foundation.
Local mayoral candidates are making their final pitch on the eve of the municipal election in Barrie.
More than fifty kids kicked off the Little Rocks curling season at the Stroud Arena in Innisfil.
The former Mad Men star has the lead role in the Netflix series.
When NDP MLA Leonard Krog resigns to take his place as the new mayor of Nanaimo it will trigger a byelection that could shift the balance of power in the provincial legislature.
Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson defeated Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes in the first-ever all-Canadian showdown in a FIVB World Tour event at the Las Vegas Open on Sunday.
In the wake of Jamal Khashoggi's death, BBC Arabic looks at how Saudi Arabia has dealt with its citizens who criticise it from abroad.