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The Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame has put its entire collection into storage and is looking for a new home. It's been located at the old World Trade and Convention Centre in Halifax for the past 15 years but Bruce Rainnie,
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Cameron Levins prepared for Sunday's London Marathon on a compound somewhere outside of England's capital on Tuesday.
OTTAWA -- A planned visit this month by one of the highest-ranking members of the Catholic Church to commemorate the anniversary of a milestone in the relationship between Canada and the Holy See has been put off until at least next spring because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Health Canada has approved a new rapid nasal swab for COVID-19, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that 'in the coming weeks,' Canadians will be able to access the new test that can deliver results within minutes.