He's drawn other sky tributes before.
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Police say that when an officer responded to the call he was confronted by a woman with a knife.
06/04/2020 21:05 EDT
The superstar has a long history of philanthropy.
06/03/2020 19:42 EDT
The actions were sparked by the death of George Floyd while he was in police custody in Minneapolis.
05/31/2020 21:33 EDT
Well, that's definitely easier to pronounce.
05/30/2020 17:21 EDT
“It’s people with disabilities that are most vulnerable to COVID-19.”
05/24/2020 15:56 EDT
Christine Sinclair is the GOAT.
05/24/2020 13:26 EDT
An Ontario nurse is staying isolated but connected with her family while she works in a hospital ICU during the pandemic.
05/22/2020 19:42 EDT
Though restrictions in the province are loosening, it's still important to maintain distance during the pandemic.
05/10/2020 18:14 EDT
At least your lips won't be dry even while you try not to speak moistly.
05/07/2020 17:28 EDT
Asian giant hornets have been spotted in B.C.
05/03/2020 17:13 EDT
This might as well happen.
05/02/2020 14:06 EDT
Ontario's premier also announced raises and bonuses for front-line workers.
04/25/2020 16:11 EDT
Canada has a long history of helping the U.S. in times of crisis. Now the novel coronavirus has many claiming the U.S. government is turning its back on its strongest ally.
04/04/2020 18:29 EDT
The visited the normally bustling industrial area with some of their young.
03/30/2020 14:16 EDT
In February, Ottawa sent 16 tonnes of protective equipment to China.
03/28/2020 18:28 EDT
Customers formed long lineups for two new video game releases.
03/22/2020 21:08 EDT
"It's just been a very stressful time. But I think they are taking the right precautions."
03/22/2020 19:05 EDT
Many said they didn't experience any extra measures when returning to Canada.
03/15/2020 19:00 EDT
Restaurants will be allowed to operate but patrons must be seated with a table between them.
03/15/2020 14:19 EDT
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