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1st-degree murder charge laid in 20-year-old Sudbury death

Sudbury police say a 39-year-old North Bay, Ont., man has been arrested and charged in connection with the 1998 death of 20-year-old of Renee Sweeney.
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1st-degree murder charge laid in 20-year-old Sudbury death

Sudbury police say a 39-year-old North Bay, Ont., man has been arrested and charged in connection with the 1998 death of 20-year-old of Renee Sweeney.

Canada Goose caught in Huawei crossfire as Chinese pitch Canadian product boycott

Canada Goose shares have fallen for five days in a row after the outdoor apparel maker became a target of Chinese consumers upset by the arrest of a high-ranking technology executive in Canada.
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Canada Goose caught in Huawei crossfire as Chinese pitch Canadian product boycott

Canada Goose shares have fallen for five days in a row after the outdoor apparel maker became a target of Chinese consumers upset by the arrest of a high-ranking technology executive in Canada.

Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo

Adam Cornick said he's received a «phenomenal» response since posting the shot to his Facebook page Monday, with people excitedly sharing the nostalgic wintry shot and lauding its depiction of a quintessential East Coast experience.
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Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo

Adam Cornick said he's received a «phenomenal» response since posting the shot to his Facebook page Monday, with people excitedly sharing the nostalgic wintry shot and lauding its depiction of a quintessential East Coast experience.

Correctional Service Canada examining transfer of child-killer Rafferty to medium security

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Canada's prison system is reviewing the controversial transfer of child-killer Michael Rafferty from a maximum security institution to a minimum security one this past March.
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Correctional Service Canada examining transfer of child-killer Rafferty to medium security

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Canada's prison system is reviewing the controversial transfer of child-killer Michael Rafferty from a maximum security institution to a minimum security one this past March.

Corporations fuelled Ontario Proud's pro-PC election spending

Ontario Proud, a group credited with helping Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives win the provincial election, received more than $400,000 in corporate donations to fund its campaign efforts, new documents reveal.
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Corporations fuelled Ontario Proud's pro-PC election spending

Ontario Proud, a group credited with helping Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives win the provincial election, received more than $400,000 in corporate donations to fund its campaign efforts, new documents reveal.

Mikael Kingsbury wins Lou Marsh award as Canadian athlete of the year

Freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury has won the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's athlete of the year. Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., won his first Olympic gold medal at the Pyeongchang Games and dominated the World Cup moguls circuit.
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Mikael Kingsbury wins Lou Marsh award as Canadian athlete of the year

Freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury has won the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's athlete of the year. Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., won his first Olympic gold medal at the Pyeongchang Games and dominated the World Cup moguls circuit.

Canex warns military personnel to check credit cards after 'malicious attack'

Canex, a Canadian retailer that caters to military personnel and their families, warns its members to monitor their personal information closely after a «malicious attack» may have exposed credit card numbers and other personal information.
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Canex warns military personnel to check credit cards after 'malicious attack'

Canex, a Canadian retailer that caters to military personnel and their families, warns its members to monitor their personal information closely after a «malicious attack» may have exposed credit card numbers and other personal information.

'Absolutely false': U.S. ambassador denies political motive behind Huawei exec's arrest

Donald Trump's top representative in Canada is denying Chinese claims of a political motive behind the arrest in Canada of an executive with the Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei.
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'Absolutely false': U.S. ambassador denies political motive behind Huawei exec's arrest

Donald Trump's top representative in Canada is denying Chinese claims of a political motive behind the arrest in Canada of an executive with the Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei.

'People are afraid to drive on our highways': Ottawa asked to regulate truck-driver training

​Saskatchewan and other provincial governments have failed to keep roads safe, say academics, driving instructors and victims’ families. They want the federal government to take over training of semi-trailer truck drivers.
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'People are afraid to drive on our highways': Ottawa asked to regulate truck-driver training

​Saskatchewan and other provincial governments have failed to keep roads safe, say academics, driving instructors and victims’ families. They want the federal government to take over training of semi-trailer truck drivers.

Postal workers delivering parcels 7 days a week ahead of Christmas, union says

Postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days a week to ensure they will be in time for the holidays, says Canada Post's largest union.
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Postal workers delivering parcels 7 days a week ahead of Christmas, union says

Postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days a week to ensure they will be in time for the holidays, says Canada Post's largest union.

Black people 'grossly overrepresented' in violent police interactions, Ontario human rights report says

A black person in Toronto is nearly 20 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by police, according to a new Ontario Human Rights Commission report on race and policing.
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Black people 'grossly overrepresented' in violent police interactions, Ontario human rights report says

A black person in Toronto is nearly 20 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by police, according to a new Ontario Human Rights Commission report on race and policing.

Child-killer Michael Rafferty transferred to medium security

Weeks after child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic was returned to prison after being transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge, news has emerged that her co-conspirator in the murder, Michael Rafferty, was transferred to a medium security prison in March.
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Child-killer Michael Rafferty transferred to medium security

Weeks after child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic was returned to prison after being transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge, news has emerged that her co-conspirator in the murder, Michael Rafferty, was transferred to a medium security prison in March.

'Unprecedented' drug shortages affecting many Canadians, new survey suggests

One in four people surveyed say they have either experienced a shortage of their medication, or know someone who has, as Canada grapples with a «dire» problem.
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'Unprecedented' drug shortages affecting many Canadians, new survey suggests

One in four people surveyed say they have either experienced a shortage of their medication, or know someone who has, as Canada grapples with a «dire» problem.

On space station, David Saint-Jacques takes questions from media

David Saint-Jacques, Canada's newest astronaut, is speaking with the media from the International Space Station at 10 a.m. ET today.
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On space station, David Saint-Jacques takes questions from media

David Saint-Jacques, Canada's newest astronaut, is speaking with the media from the International Space Station at 10 a.m. ET today.

Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry holds final hearings in Ottawa

The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls concludes its evidence gathering activities this week as final submissions from parties with standing will be heard in Ottawa.
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Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry holds final hearings in Ottawa

The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls concludes its evidence gathering activities this week as final submissions from parties with standing will be heard in Ottawa.

Air Canada accused of 'lying' to customers to avoid paying up to $2,100 for lost luggage

A B.C. man whose Florida vacation was ruined after Air Canada lost his luggage, says agents never told him he could claim up to $2,100 for necessities while away. An airline passenger rights advocate says Air Canada is ‘lying’ to passengers to avoid payin
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Air Canada accused of 'lying' to customers to avoid paying up to $2,100 for lost luggage

A B.C. man whose Florida vacation was ruined after Air Canada lost his luggage, says agents never told him he could claim up to $2,100 for necessities while away. An airline passenger rights advocate says Air Canada is ‘lying’ to passengers to avoid paying compensation that is rightfully owed.

Human Rights Commission releases 'unprecedented' report on racial profiling by Toronto police

The Ontario Human Rights Commission is releasing the findings from an extensive inquiry into racial profiling and discrimination by Toronto police. It is expected to be the most detailed report on police and race ever conducted in Ontario.
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Human Rights Commission releases 'unprecedented' report on racial profiling by Toronto police

The Ontario Human Rights Commission is releasing the findings from an extensive inquiry into racial profiling and discrimination by Toronto police. It is expected to be the most detailed report on police and race ever conducted in Ontario.

Canada's finance ministers meet in Ottawa to discuss trade, competitiveness

The finance ministers from Canada's provinces and territories are meeting with their federal counterpart in Ottawa to discuss the country's economy, competitiveness and trade.
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Canada's finance ministers meet in Ottawa to discuss trade, competitiveness

The finance ministers from Canada's provinces and territories are meeting with their federal counterpart in Ottawa to discuss the country's economy, competitiveness and trade.

'My nightmare began again': Close call as bus carrying Humboldt crash survivor rear-ended

Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki was one his way home from physiotherapy when the bus he was riding in was rear-ended by a truck.
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'My nightmare began again': Close call as bus carrying Humboldt crash survivor rear-ended

Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki was one his way home from physiotherapy when the bus he was riding in was rear-ended by a truck.

Suspect in fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Joshua Leo turns himself in: police

Police have identified 17-year-old Joshua Leo as the victim of a fatal stabbing near Lime Ridge Mall and say an 18-year-old has claimed responsibility for his death.
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Suspect in fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Joshua Leo turns himself in: police

Police have identified 17-year-old Joshua Leo as the victim of a fatal stabbing near Lime Ridge Mall and say an 18-year-old has claimed responsibility for his death.

Boy who was ISIS captive behind movement to bring bicycles to refugee children

Emad Mishko Tamo looks excitedly at his bright-green mountain bike and talks about how he's looking forward to summer cycling adventures with other Yazidi refugee children in his community.
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Boy who was ISIS captive behind movement to bring bicycles to refugee children

Emad Mishko Tamo looks excitedly at his bright-green mountain bike and talks about how he's looking forward to summer cycling adventures with other Yazidi refugee children in his community.

Why these young men feel 'guilty until proven innocent' in Toronto

Imagine you can't travel in your community without being stopped by police to be made to feel like a suspect — that's how some young men feel in Toronto. They're calling for solutions to end racial profiling and discrimination.
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Why these young men feel 'guilty until proven innocent' in Toronto

Imagine you can't travel in your community without being stopped by police to be made to feel like a suspect — that's how some young men feel in Toronto. They're calling for solutions to end racial profiling and discrimination.

China cancels meetings with B.C. trade mission in wake of Huawei executive's arrest

China's foreign ministry called in the U.S. ambassador on Sunday to lodge a «strong protest» over the arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.'s chief financial officer. China also cancelled meetings for a B.C. trade mission.
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China cancels meetings with B.C. trade mission in wake of Huawei executive's arrest

China's foreign ministry called in the U.S. ambassador on Sunday to lodge a «strong protest» over the arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.'s chief financial officer. China also cancelled meetings for a B.C. trade mission.

Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C. while investigating earthquakes

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission says seismic events measuring between 3.4 and 4.5 magnitude took place near hydraulic fracturing operations being conducted about 20 kilometres southeast of Fort St. John by Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
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Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C. while investigating earthquakes

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission says seismic events measuring between 3.4 and 4.5 magnitude took place near hydraulic fracturing operations being conducted about 20 kilometres southeast of Fort St. John by Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.

An environmental bête noire in Quebec, Legault enjoys climate change cred on federal scene

At a meeting dominated by bickering about how to fight climate change, Quebec’s premier has played a role he is unaccustomed to: environmental steward.
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An environmental bête noire in Quebec, Legault enjoys climate change cred on federal scene

At a meeting dominated by bickering about how to fight climate change, Quebec’s premier has played a role he is unaccustomed to: environmental steward.

Man, 20, charged with 2nd-degree murder in Mississauga teen's death

Peel police have arrested and charged a 20-year-old man in connection with the death of a 14-year-old boy, who was found dead in a Mississauga, Ont., park Friday morning.
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Man, 20, charged with 2nd-degree murder in Mississauga teen's death

Peel police have arrested and charged a 20-year-old man in connection with the death of a 14-year-old boy, who was found dead in a Mississauga, Ont., park Friday morning.

Sisters killed in Edmonton apartment were both younger than four

A little girl who was killed along with her sister this week in their mother's south-side apartment didn't live long enough to see her first Christmas.
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Sisters killed in Edmonton apartment were both younger than four

A little girl who was killed along with her sister this week in their mother's south-side apartment didn't live long enough to see her first Christmas.

'Subterfuge and deceit': What the Crown's case against Mark Norman says — and what it has to prove

Documents filed by the Crown in support of its breach-of-trust case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman provide some intriguing — and occasionally profane — details of a navy procurement process going off the rails.
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'Subterfuge and deceit': What the Crown's case against Mark Norman says — and what it has to prove

Documents filed by the Crown in support of its breach-of-trust case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman provide some intriguing — and occasionally profane — details of a navy procurement process going off the rails.

Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C. while it investigates earthquakes

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission says seismic events measuring between 3.4 and 4.5 magnitude took place near hydraulic fracturing operations being conducted about 20 kilometres southeast of Fort St. John by Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
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Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C. while it investigates earthquakes

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission says seismic events measuring between 3.4 and 4.5 magnitude took place near hydraulic fracturing operations being conducted about 20 kilometres southeast of Fort St. John by Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.

Why hazing continues despite physical and mental health consequences

A practice with deep historical roots, hazing has led to physical, sexual and emotional abuse — and even deaths — yet still continues in Canada and the U.S.
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Why hazing continues despite physical and mental health consequences

A practice with deep historical roots, hazing has led to physical, sexual and emotional abuse — and even deaths — yet still continues in Canada and the U.S.

How events unfolded after foreign affairs minister sent tweet rebuking Saudi Arabia

Canadian diplomatic efforts with Saudi Arabia came crashing down after Global Affairs Canada called out the kingdom on Twitter for arresting civil rights activists.
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How events unfolded after foreign affairs minister sent tweet rebuking Saudi Arabia

Canadian diplomatic efforts with Saudi Arabia came crashing down after Global Affairs Canada called out the kingdom on Twitter for arresting civil rights activists.

Two children found dead in southeast Edmonton apartment suite

Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious deaths of two young children found Wednesday in an apartment suite in southeast Edmonton.
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Two children found dead in southeast Edmonton apartment suite

Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious deaths of two young children found Wednesday in an apartment suite in southeast Edmonton.