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Navy submarine HMCS Windsor returns to Halifax after five-month deployment

Dozens of people crowded a jetty today at Halifax's naval base as the navy submarine HMCS Windsor returned home from a nearly five-month deployment in the Mediterranean.
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Navy submarine HMCS Windsor returns to Halifax after five-month deployment

Dozens of people crowded a jetty today at Halifax's naval base as the navy submarine HMCS Windsor returned home from a nearly five-month deployment in the Mediterranean.

Ontario town's 'Easter Bunny' charged with sexual assault on children

Police say a man who used to attend functions dressed as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault on children.
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Ontario town's 'Easter Bunny' charged with sexual assault on children

Police say a man who used to attend functions dressed as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault on children.

Police charge man accused in brazen attack on woman caught on video

Police say a man accused of attacking a woman in broad daylight west of Toronto has turned himself in after investigators released video of the alleged incident.
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Police charge man accused in brazen attack on woman caught on video

Police say a man accused of attacking a woman in broad daylight west of Toronto has turned himself in after investigators released video of the alleged incident.

Woman alleges teacher threatened to cut off son's fingers with axe

A Montreal mother is furious after learning her six-year-old's math teacher threatened to cut her child's fingers off with an axe.
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Woman alleges teacher threatened to cut off son's fingers with axe

A Montreal mother is furious after learning her six-year-old's math teacher threatened to cut her child's fingers off with an axe.

Manitoba judge upholds former law that banned switching party

A Manitoba judge has rejected a claim that a law which prevented members of the legislature from switching party caucuses was unconstitutional.
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Manitoba judge upholds former law that banned switching party

A Manitoba judge has rejected a claim that a law which prevented members of the legislature from switching party caucuses was unconstitutional.

Doug Ford says nurses, teachers exempt from public sector hiring freeze

Doug Ford says teachers and nurses are exempt from the public sector hiring freeze he has ordered as part of his efforts to curb government spending.
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Doug Ford says nurses, teachers exempt from public sector hiring freeze

Doug Ford says teachers and nurses are exempt from the public sector hiring freeze he has ordered as part of his efforts to curb government spending.

B.C. families adopting from Japan in limbo after visas refused

Five British Columbia families have been left in limbo after their bid to adopt children from Japan was derailed by the federal government, refusing to issue visas to allow them to bring their kids to their new home.
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B.C. families adopting from Japan in limbo after visas refused

Five British Columbia families have been left in limbo after their bid to adopt children from Japan was derailed by the federal government, refusing to issue visas to allow them to bring their kids to their new home.

Judge releases dashcam video of fatal crash after speeding driver's acquittal

A B.C. judge has released a dashcam video of a high-speed crash that killed a Vancouver doctor in 2015. The driver of the car was found to be going 119 km/h in a 50 km/h zone at the point of impact, but was acquitted in May of dangerous driving causing death.
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Judge releases dashcam video of fatal crash after speeding driver's acquittal

A B.C. judge has released a dashcam video of a high-speed crash that killed a Vancouver doctor in 2015. The driver of the car was found to be going 119 km/h in a 50 km/h zone at the point of impact, but was acquitted in May of dangerous driving causing death.

'He was biting so deep': Woman attacked by bear while camping

A Saskatchewan woman needed 34 staples in her leg and suffered psychological trauma after she was attacked by a black bear while camping in a provincial park.
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'He was biting so deep': Woman attacked by bear while camping

A Saskatchewan woman needed 34 staples in her leg and suffered psychological trauma after she was attacked by a black bear while camping in a provincial park.

Girl, 9, in serious condition after dog attack in Saskatchewan

A 9-year-old girl is in serious condition at a Saskatoon hospital after she was attacked by two dogs on the Fishing Lake First Nation.
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Girl, 9, in serious condition after dog attack in Saskatchewan

A 9-year-old girl is in serious condition at a Saskatoon hospital after she was attacked by two dogs on the Fishing Lake First Nation.

Murder charges laid after man pushed in front of Toronto subway train

Toronto police say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder change in the death of a man who was apparently pushed in front of a train at one of the city's busiest subway stations Monday morning.
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Murder charges laid after man pushed in front of Toronto subway train

Toronto police say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder change in the death of a man who was apparently pushed in front of a train at one of the city's busiest subway stations Monday morning.

Coroner declined to perform autopsy on Wettlaufer victim, inquiry hears

A coroner declined to perform an autopsy on one of the victims of an Ontario nurse who killed elderly patients in her care despite the recommendations of other health professionals, a public inquiry heard Monday.
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Coroner declined to perform autopsy on Wettlaufer victim, inquiry hears

A coroner declined to perform an autopsy on one of the victims of an Ontario nurse who killed elderly patients in her care despite the recommendations of other health professionals, a public inquiry heard Monday.

No safe home for N.S. woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry

A Nova Scotia official told a human rights hearing today she wanted to house a woman with intellectual disabilities outside of a psychiatric ward but she couldn't find a safe location.
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No safe home for N.S. woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry

A Nova Scotia official told a human rights hearing today she wanted to house a woman with intellectual disabilities outside of a psychiatric ward but she couldn't find a safe location.

People may have started downtown fire in Brandon, caused $25M in damages

A massive blaze that burned through historic buildings in downtown Brandon last month caused about $25 million in damages and police now say it may have been started by people.
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People may have started downtown fire in Brandon, caused $25M in damages

A massive blaze that burned through historic buildings in downtown Brandon last month caused about $25 million in damages and police now say it may have been started by people.

Corruption whistleblower calls for ouster of Quebec Liberals

The Liberals must be defeated in October's election in order to properly clean up Quebec politics, says a former star witness in the province's corruption inquiry.
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Corruption whistleblower calls for ouster of Quebec Liberals

The Liberals must be defeated in October's election in order to properly clean up Quebec politics, says a former star witness in the province's corruption inquiry.

'Jungle humidity': Canadians feeling the heat in summer 'dress rehearsal'

Temperatures are soaring across the country as desert-hot air hits Western Canada and tropical humidity covers Ontario in what experts are calling a summer “dress rehearsal.”
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'Jungle humidity': Canadians feeling the heat in summer 'dress rehearsal'

Temperatures are soaring across the country as desert-hot air hits Western Canada and tropical humidity covers Ontario in what experts are calling a summer “dress rehearsal.”

Dogs saved from Korean meat farm are recovering well in Montreal shelter

Fifty terrified dogs and puppies rescued from crammed cages on a South Korean dog meat farm are on their way to becoming pets in Canada.
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Dogs saved from Korean meat farm are recovering well in Montreal shelter

Fifty terrified dogs and puppies rescued from crammed cages on a South Korean dog meat farm are on their way to becoming pets in Canada.

Indigenous man about two metres from homeowner's shotgun blast, court hears

A forensic pathologist has told a murder trial that a homeowner near Hamilton shot an alleged thief from about two metres.
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Indigenous man about two metres from homeowner's shotgun blast, court hears

A forensic pathologist has told a murder trial that a homeowner near Hamilton shot an alleged thief from about two metres.

Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

Ontario's incoming premier has put the public service under a hiring freeze as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending as he re-examines the province's books.
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Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

Ontario's incoming premier has put the public service under a hiring freeze as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending as he re-examines the province's books.

Man faces murder charge in death of Toronto woman he met online: police

Toronto police have charged a Brampton, Ont., man with second-degree murder after a woman was found dead in her apartment Tuesday. Police allege the man met the woman through social media and believe he contacted other women in the same way.
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Man faces murder charge in death of Toronto woman he met online: police

Toronto police have charged a Brampton, Ont., man with second-degree murder after a woman was found dead in her apartment Tuesday. Police allege the man met the woman through social media and believe he contacted other women in the same way.

Man injured after shooting at Toronto entertainment complex

Police say they've located a man with life-threatening injuries after shots were fired at the Polson Pier entertainment complex on Toronto's waterfront.
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Man injured after shooting at Toronto entertainment complex

Police say they've located a man with life-threatening injuries after shots were fired at the Polson Pier entertainment complex on Toronto's waterfront.

Workers at Vancouver overdose prevention site help deliver baby

Two workers at the Maple Overdose Prevention Site in Vancouver’s troubled Downtown Eastside neighbourhood helped a young mother give birth in an alley Thursday afternoon.
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Workers at Vancouver overdose prevention site help deliver baby

Two workers at the Maple Overdose Prevention Site in Vancouver’s troubled Downtown Eastside neighbourhood helped a young mother give birth in an alley Thursday afternoon.

Most Canadians support helping Rohingya, split on border crossings: Nanos survey

Most Canadians support government efforts to help Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar, but the country is divided over how to handle asylum seekers illegally entering from the U.S., a new Nanos Research survey suggests.
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Most Canadians support helping Rohingya, split on border crossings: Nanos survey

Most Canadians support government efforts to help Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar, but the country is divided over how to handle asylum seekers illegally entering from the U.S., a new Nanos Research survey suggests.

Three missing after five thrown into water off Tofino, B.C., as boat sinks

A search is underway in the waters off the west coast of Vancouver Island after a small boat carrying five people went down early Friday.
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Three missing after five thrown into water off Tofino, B.C., as boat sinks

A search is underway in the waters off the west coast of Vancouver Island after a small boat carrying five people went down early Friday.

Some York University workers to head back to work after accepting school's offer

One of three groups of York University contract workers that walked off the job more than three months ago has voted to accept the school's latest offer.
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Some York University workers to head back to work after accepting school's offer

One of three groups of York University contract workers that walked off the job more than three months ago has voted to accept the school's latest offer.

Alberta man sentenced to 15 years for sex assault that left woman in coma

A southern Alberta man has been sentenced to 15 years in jail for a vicious sexual assault on a woman who spent weeks in a coma and was forced to learn how to walk and talk again.
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Alberta man sentenced to 15 years for sex assault that left woman in coma

A southern Alberta man has been sentenced to 15 years in jail for a vicious sexual assault on a woman who spent weeks in a coma and was forced to learn how to walk and talk again.

Clarinetist gets $350K award over ex's 'reprehensible betrayal' in deleting prestigious scholarship offer

An Ontario woman's «despicable interference» in her ex-boyfriend's music career has earned a $350,000 judgment against her.
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Clarinetist gets $350K award over ex's 'reprehensible betrayal' in deleting prestigious scholarship offer

An Ontario woman's «despicable interference» in her ex-boyfriend's music career has earned a $350,000 judgment against her.

Boy, 13, charged with first-degree murder after cyclist run down, stabbed: police

A 13-year-old boy is facing a murder charge after a cyclist was allegedly run down with an SUV and assaulted, Toronto police said Friday.
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Boy, 13, charged with first-degree murder after cyclist run down, stabbed: police

A 13-year-old boy is facing a murder charge after a cyclist was allegedly run down with an SUV and assaulted, Toronto police said Friday.