Silence Annoying Gas Pump TV Ads and News Updates With This Button

Some newer gas station pumps have small TVs built into them that blast ads, or even worse, the news at full volume. Here’s how you can turn that sound off…

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MMIWG inquiry hearings in Winnipeg LIVE

Day 1 of the Manitoba sessions of hearings examining Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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Police review director still doing interviews, not probing more cases, in Thunder Bay police review

Ontario’s Independent Police Review Director says he’s still doing interviews in the wake of last month’s public meeting in Thunder Bay on police-Indigenous relations, but no more death investigations are…

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Inmates at Yellowknife jail undertake ‘unprecedented’ letter-writing campaign pleading for more resources

Inmates at the North Slave Correctional Complex in Yellowknife have mounted an “unprecedented” letter-writing campaign asking for more opportunities to improve themselves while in jail.

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Update: How the Florida Keys Are Coming Back to Life

“Visually, it’s going to be a different experience for people,” said Andy Newman, the spokesman for the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. “We’re not perfect. It’s going to be a…

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Manitoba family split on testifying at MMIWG inquiry

Sisters-in-law, Bernice Catcheway and Joyce Gabriel, are split on testifying at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls. Catcheway will publicly share her daughter Jennifer’s story,…

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Toronto school board plan to scrub ‘chief’ from titles is a cure in search of a disease

I’ve no doubt the bureaucrats believe this is for the good of Indigenous people, in the spirit of every boneheaded policy ever made in our absence and dropped on our…

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Funeral planned for victim of deadly hit and run involving off-duty cop

The victim of a deadly hit and run that led to charges against an off-duty Winnipeg police officer, will be buried next to his mom this week.

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Woman tests limits of pet-friendly motel with her horse

A pet-friendly hotel may be your only option when traveling with your furry friends, but what about when you’re traveling with your horse? Lindsey Partridge was checking into her motel…

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Kitchener students honour Chanie Wenjack with fundraising walk

Students from Eastwood Collegiate Institute will walk from Victoria Park in downtown Kitchener back to their school Monday, Oct. 23, to raise money for Save The Evidence, a campaign to…

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