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Local (CTV) Someone called the Ottawa Police because a 15-year-old was knocking on doors. It turns out that his phone was dead and he was trying to contact his mother to go home due to his friends not hanging out anymore. Read more. Provincial (Toronto Sun) Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick plan to go towards […]

Local (CTV)

Someone called the Ottawa Police because a 15-year-old was knocking on doors. It turns out that his phone was dead and he was trying to contact his mother to go home due to his friends not hanging out anymore.

Read more.

Provincial (Toronto Sun)

Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick plan to go towards “nuclear power generation” in order to have a carbon-free, affordable, reliable and safe energy source.

At the Council of the Federation, the three premiers announced the plan.

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National (National Post)

There is one dead and multiple injured on Highway 401. It happened after a collision that happened with an estimate of 30 to 40 vehicles and big-rig trucks.

Read more.

International (Voanews)

After Albania’s devastating earthquake, structural engineers from Europe, the European Union and the United Nations are planning to help and support the people who were effected.

Read more.

Kicker (Ottawa Citizen)

Alanis Morissette announces her 25th Anniversary Tour Dates for Jagged Little Pill. The Broadway musical tickets will have a presale on Dec. 10.

Read more.

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