London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday, August 21
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Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Aug. 21

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Russian hackers target U.S. conservative think-tanks and Senate, Microsoft says

Hackers linked to Russia's government tried to target the websites of two right-wing U.S. think-tanks, suggesting they were broadening their attacks in the build-up to November elections, Microsoft says.

Dog walkers frustrated with $135K dog park shelter 'marred by problems'

Dog owners say they are frustrated that a shelter designed to provide shade for their pets in the middle of an off-leash area in Cedarvale Park is too low and taking too long to replace.

New pot policy in the works for University of Guelph

The University of Guelph said it will be updating its smoke-free policy on campus to prepare for the legalization of cannabis come October.

Sask. chiefs announce support for Enbridge Line 3 pipeline

Two First Nations chiefs say they will wear any potential backlash of supporting the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline because they see economic and employment opportunities for their communities.

Changes on 2nd Avenue as some doors close, others open

The recent closures of two clothing boutiques on the same block of 2nd Avenue does not indicate a wider pattern of closures in the area, says the executive director of the downtown business improvement district.

Sudbury mother asking stroller thief to return son's cochlear implant battery

A Sudbury mother says she’s hoping whoever took her son’s battery for his hearing device returns it.

Two-year wait greets some N.S. community college applicants

There is a two-year wait for some prospective students trying to get into the Nova Scotia Community College. The college has 300 program offerings throughout the province but 14 have multi-year wait-lists, including nursing, electrical construction and heavy duty equipment operatoration.

Woman, 42, dead after collision between van and tractor trailer in Brampton

A 42-year-old woman is dead and three others are injured after a collision in Brampton late Monday night.

Starstruck with Gary Boyle: The moon you thought you knew

It's the biggest thing we see in the night sky every night. And the brightest. So why do so many of us know so little about the moon? Astronomy educator Gary Boyle has all the answers to all your lunar questions in this week's edition of Starstruck.

Scientists slowly cast light on celestial mystery known as Steve

A new study by University of Calgary scientists concludes glowing, purplish lights spotted in northern skies — and known as Steve — are definitely not aurora.

Tuesday's weather comes with afternoon storms

Look for a high near 24 C. It will be breezy and cooler Wednesday.

Transport Canada to scale back government oversight of commercial pilot testing

Starting this fall, people hired by the airlines to evaluate the competence of Canada's commercial pilots will be subject to less direct oversight from Transport Canada.

25-year-old man dies after motorcycle crash in Dartmouth

The collision happened at the intersection of Main Street and Ridgecrest Drive on Monday evening,

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Roadwork still an 'itch' for St. Alban's, almost two years after damage

The newest roads have only just been paved, but the roadwork repairs from a 2016 storm that hit St. Alban's are already showing signs of damage.

Moncton council to cover $333K of basketball team's losses at events centre

The City of Moncton will cover up to $333,000 a professional basketball team's losses in its first season playing at the city's events centre.

Dartmouth private school buys former Bowles Arena

East Coast Varsity plans to use the rink for skills training for its 100 full and part-time students.

Liberals faced closed-door criticism over now-cancelled Super Hornet fighter plan: documents

The Liberal government’s now-scuttled plan to buy Super Hornet jet fighters as a stop-gap measure for the air force faced an initial storm of back room criticism from one of Canada’s leading defence companies, internal documents reveal.

Councillor, candidate concerned over electronic voting process in Sudbury

The municipal election is two months away. In Sudbury there will be one major change: all ballots will be cast electronically. There is no paper ballot option.

Two-year wait greets some community college applicants

For some programs, like nursing and electrical construction, the number of available spots pales in comparison to the number of applicants.