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A taste of home: Newfoundland-themed store a success in Toronto

The “Newfoundland Store” in Toronto’s west end neighbourhood of Parkdale sells some of the classic Newfoundland wares that are not available in most parts of the country, such as certain spices, Pineapple Crush and roasted chicken-flavoured chips.
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A taste of home: Newfoundland-themed store a success in Toronto

The “Newfoundland Store” in Toronto’s west end neighbourhood of Parkdale sells some of the classic Newfoundland wares that are not available in most parts of the country, such as certain spices, Pineapple Crush and roasted chicken-flavoured chips.

Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada to speak publicly in Toronto today

A Saudi teen whose flight from her allegedly abusive family captured global attention will give a public statement in Toronto this morning.
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Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada to speak publicly in Toronto today

A Saudi teen whose flight from her allegedly abusive family captured global attention will give a public statement in Toronto this morning.

B.C. jury should consider where confession details came from, judge says

A British Columbia judge has told jurors they will have to decide whether a man who confessed to killing a 12-year-old girl could have obtained details about the crime from police or media reports.
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B.C. jury should consider where confession details came from, judge says

A British Columbia judge has told jurors they will have to decide whether a man who confessed to killing a 12-year-old girl could have obtained details about the crime from police or media reports.

Federal government faces scrutiny over bus-safety standards after Ottawa crash

The federal government faces questions today about its plan to increase safety on commercial buses following last week's deadly crash in Ottawa that killed three people and injured nearly two dozen more.
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Federal government faces scrutiny over bus-safety standards after Ottawa crash

The federal government faces questions today about its plan to increase safety on commercial buses following last week's deadly crash in Ottawa that killed three people and injured nearly two dozen more.

China criticizes Trudeau comments on death penalty case

China is expressing «strong dissatisfaction» with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his criticism of a death sentence given to an alleged Canadian drug smuggler at a retrial.
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China criticizes Trudeau comments on death penalty case

China is expressing «strong dissatisfaction» with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his criticism of a death sentence given to an alleged Canadian drug smuggler at a retrial.

Murder charge against senior with dementia who died last week withdrawn

The Crown says a second-degree murder charge against a Calgary senior accused in his wife's death has been withdrawn following his death.
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Murder charge against senior with dementia who died last week withdrawn

The Crown says a second-degree murder charge against a Calgary senior accused in his wife's death has been withdrawn following his death.

Evidence of unmarked Acadian graves found in Fort Anne, N.S.

Archeologists believe they’ve found evidence of as many as 2,000 unmarked Acadian graves at Canada’s first national historic site at Fort Anne in Annapolis Royal, N.S.
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Evidence of unmarked Acadian graves found in Fort Anne, N.S.

Archeologists believe they’ve found evidence of as many as 2,000 unmarked Acadian graves at Canada’s first national historic site at Fort Anne in Annapolis Royal, N.S.

'Our city is grieving': Ottawa police identify three killed in bus crash

Ottawa police have identified the three victims, all federal public servants, who died in a bus crash in the city on Friday.
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'Our city is grieving': Ottawa police identify three killed in bus crash

Ottawa police have identified the three victims, all federal public servants, who died in a bus crash in the city on Friday.

43 hospitalized after suspected carbon monoxide leak at Montreal elementary school

Carbon monoxide levels inside the Montreal elementary school where 35 children and eight adults were hospitalized reached as high as five times the safety limit, according to a fire department official.
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43 hospitalized after suspected carbon monoxide leak at Montreal elementary school

Carbon monoxide levels inside the Montreal elementary school where 35 children and eight adults were hospitalized reached as high as five times the safety limit, according to a fire department official.

'I felt free': Saudi refugee on first arriving in Canada

The Saudi teen who was granted asylum after fleeing her family says she felt “born again” when she was greeted by Canada’s Foreign Affairs minister at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
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'I felt free': Saudi refugee on first arriving in Canada

The Saudi teen who was granted asylum after fleeing her family says she felt “born again” when she was greeted by Canada’s Foreign Affairs minister at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Saudi man facing N.S. sexual assault charge has 'fled' after embassy posts bail

A 28-year-old Saudi man charged with sexually assaulting a Cape Breton woman has gone missing, with a leading immigration lawyer saying it may be a case of the Middle Eastern kingdom helping a citizen flee while awaiting trial.
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Saudi man facing N.S. sexual assault charge has 'fled' after embassy posts bail

A 28-year-old Saudi man charged with sexually assaulting a Cape Breton woman has gone missing, with a leading immigration lawyer saying it may be a case of the Middle Eastern kingdom helping a citizen flee while awaiting trial.

Ontario resident calls 911 over disagreement about TV, police say

Ontario Provincial Police are urging people to only call 911 during an emergency after someone dialled the line following a disagreement over television.
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Ontario resident calls 911 over disagreement about TV, police say

Ontario Provincial Police are urging people to only call 911 during an emergency after someone dialled the line following a disagreement over television.

Montreal woman asks drunk driver who hit her to join her in speaking at schools

A Montreal woman shocked the court at a sentencing hearing for a man convicted of hitting her while driving under the influence – not only forgiving him, but asking for his help.
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Montreal woman asks drunk driver who hit her to join her in speaking at schools

A Montreal woman shocked the court at a sentencing hearing for a man convicted of hitting her while driving under the influence – not only forgiving him, but asking for his help.

Court rejects bid to speed up request for OPP hiring investigation

An Ontario court rejected a request Monday to speed up a hearing into whether it should order an ombudsman investigation into the appointment of a friend of the premier's to the job of top cop.
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Court rejects bid to speed up request for OPP hiring investigation

An Ontario court rejected a request Monday to speed up a hearing into whether it should order an ombudsman investigation into the appointment of a friend of the premier's to the job of top cop.

China: Detained Canadian does not have diplomatic immunity

A former Canadian diplomat detained in China last month does not enjoy diplomatic immunity, a Chinese spokeswoman said Monday, rejecting a complaint from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the man's rights were being denied.
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China: Detained Canadian does not have diplomatic immunity

A former Canadian diplomat detained in China last month does not enjoy diplomatic immunity, a Chinese spokeswoman said Monday, rejecting a complaint from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the man's rights were being denied.

Trudeau to shuffle cabinet today following Treasury Board president's departure

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to shuffle his cabinet today to account for the sudden resignation of Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison from his post as Treasury Board president.
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Trudeau to shuffle cabinet today following Treasury Board president's departure

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to shuffle his cabinet today to account for the sudden resignation of Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison from his post as Treasury Board president.

New Brunswick man makes a homeless shelter in garage, gets shut down by bylaw

A New Brunswick man who turned his garage into a makeshift shelter says his attempt to help homeless people was shut down by a bylaw he didn't know about.
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New Brunswick man makes a homeless shelter in garage, gets shut down by bylaw

A New Brunswick man who turned his garage into a makeshift shelter says his attempt to help homeless people was shut down by a bylaw he didn't know about.

Ont. premier to meet with GM, other automakers and union president in Detroit

A spokeswoman for Ontario's premier says Doug Ford will use a trip to a Detroit auto show to meet with executives from General Motors and several other automakers today.
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Ont. premier to meet with GM, other automakers and union president in Detroit

A spokeswoman for Ontario's premier says Doug Ford will use a trip to a Detroit auto show to meet with executives from General Motors and several other automakers today.

Banff Town Council mulls bird feeder, fruit tree ban

Banff Town Council is considering a new bylaw to ban bird feeders and fruit trees in a bid to keep wildlife out of the Rocky Mountain resort town.
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Banff Town Council mulls bird feeder, fruit tree ban

Banff Town Council is considering a new bylaw to ban bird feeders and fruit trees in a bid to keep wildlife out of the Rocky Mountain resort town.

Alberta family reunited 70 years after oldest brother put up for adoption

After 70 years of living only hours apart, an Alberta man is finally meeting the brothers and sisters he didn’t know he had.
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Alberta family reunited 70 years after oldest brother put up for adoption

After 70 years of living only hours apart, an Alberta man is finally meeting the brothers and sisters he didn’t know he had.

B.C. First Nation files lawsuit to evict fish farms from territorial waters

In B.C.’s remote Kingcome Inlet, the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation is fighting to remove all fish farms from their traditional territory -- farms that they say they never approved.
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B.C. First Nation files lawsuit to evict fish farms from territorial waters

In B.C.’s remote Kingcome Inlet, the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation is fighting to remove all fish farms from their traditional territory -- farms that they say they never approved.

Conservationists want protection on 'Canada's most magnificent' old-growth forest

Conservationists in British Columbia are pushing for protections on an area of old-growth forests they describe as «Canada's most magnificent.»
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Conservationists want protection on 'Canada's most magnificent' old-growth forest

Conservationists in British Columbia are pushing for protections on an area of old-growth forests they describe as «Canada's most magnificent.»

Underfunding, bad repairs, cited for why Canadian roads are breaking down

Municipal and provincial governments in Canada are all looking for better ways to deal with their growing pothole problems, but none is properly tracking whether the repairs they do now are effective over time, says the author of a soon-to-be completed study
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Underfunding, bad repairs, cited for why Canadian roads are breaking down

Municipal and provincial governments in Canada are all looking for better ways to deal with their growing pothole problems, but none is properly tracking whether the repairs they do now are effective over time, says the author of a soon-to-be completed study on the roadway menaces.

Ottawa Hospital says one still in critical condition, six serious after deadly bus crash

The driver of a double-decker bus that crashed into a transit shelter in Ottawa and left three people dead on Friday has been released from police custody.
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Ottawa Hospital says one still in critical condition, six serious after deadly bus crash

The driver of a double-decker bus that crashed into a transit shelter in Ottawa and left three people dead on Friday has been released from police custody.

'Bodies just flying through the windshield': Witnesses describe Ottawa bus crash

Three people were killed and 23 others injured when an Ottawa transit bus crashed into a shelter at the city’s Westboro Station on Friday.
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'Bodies just flying through the windshield': Witnesses describe Ottawa bus crash

Three people were killed and 23 others injured when an Ottawa transit bus crashed into a shelter at the city’s Westboro Station on Friday.

SCC sides with overseas Canadians in expat voting decision

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled a law that had restricted voting rights for long-term expats for the last 25 years was unconstitutional.
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SCC sides with overseas Canadians in expat voting decision

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled a law that had restricted voting rights for long-term expats for the last 25 years was unconstitutional.

Manitoba officials seize newborn from mom in hospital; video prompts outrage

An Indigenous mother whose newborn baby was seized by social workers as she recovered in a Winnipeg hospital says she was blindsided, and did not deserve to be treated the way she was.
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Manitoba officials seize newborn from mom in hospital; video prompts outrage

An Indigenous mother whose newborn baby was seized by social workers as she recovered in a Winnipeg hospital says she was blindsided, and did not deserve to be treated the way she was.

Six youths charged after incident that caused lockdown at high school

Six youths who were arrested after a lockdown at a Milton, Ont., high school have now been charged with robbery and a weapons offence.
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Six youths charged after incident that caused lockdown at high school

Six youths who were arrested after a lockdown at a Milton, Ont., high school have now been charged with robbery and a weapons offence.