The business may not have had an occupancy permit.
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Wynne filed the libel notice against Hudak on April 4. (1)
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The service will be available during advance voting, from Oct. 14 to Oct. 19.
The government says it will be looking for public comment on the proposal for the next 60 days.
In its 7-0 decision, the high court sided with the commissioner. (1)
The month-long pedestrian safety campaign is calling on parents to walk their children to school. (4)
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The petition calls the Fair Elections Act an outrageous effort by the Harper government to fix the next election by disenfranchising Canadians. (1)
Trinity Western University has a controversial policy on homosexuality, forbidding intimacy outside heterosexual marriage.
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The U.S. Geological Survey reported that three more earthquakes followed.
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The numbers show military police have received between 134 and 201 complaints of sexual assaults every year since 2000. (2)
The police chase ended when the driver crashed into a convenience store.
The Winnipeg Free Press has reported that justice officials believe assault charges should be laid against a coach and two 12-year-old players.
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