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Andrew Kimber, former Ford staffer, apologizes for 'unacceptable' conduct

A senior staffer for Ontario Premier Doug Ford who left his post last week is apologizing for what he calls his «unacceptable» behaviour.

Cost of removing Sir John A. Macdonald statue pegged at $30,000

Taxpayers in British Columbia are angry at the $30,000 price tag involved in the controversial removal of a historic statue.
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Cost of removing Sir John A. Macdonald statue pegged at $30,000

Taxpayers in British Columbia are angry at the $30,000 price tag involved in the controversial removal of a historic statue.

5 memorable things Margaret Atwood has told us about her childhood

Author Margaret Atwood has made a living telling stories -- and she once told us some memorable ones about her childhood.
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5 memorable things Margaret Atwood has told us about her childhood

Author Margaret Atwood has made a living telling stories -- and she once told us some memorable ones about her childhood.

Woman assaulted after man follows her to Vancouver apartment, say police

Officers are seeking tips about the attack, which happened on Bute Street near Pendrell early Saturday morning.
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Woman assaulted after man follows her to Vancouver apartment, say police

Officers are seeking tips about the attack, which happened on Bute Street near Pendrell early Saturday morning.

Global Affairs confirms Canadian citizen died week after Fly Jamaica crash landing

The federal government has made contact with local officials in Guyana to try to learn more about a Canadian citizen who died days after a plane she was aboard to Toronto crash-landed.
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Global Affairs confirms Canadian citizen died week after Fly Jamaica crash landing

The federal government has made contact with local officials in Guyana to try to learn more about a Canadian citizen who died days after a plane she was aboard to Toronto crash-landed.

Postal workers' union makes counter-offer

There is no end in sight for the Canada Post rotating strikes, after the postal workers' union rejected the corporation's contract offer and countered with its own proposal.
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Postal workers' union makes counter-offer

There is no end in sight for the Canada Post rotating strikes, after the postal workers' union rejected the corporation's contract offer and countered with its own proposal.

Trump Says Report on Khashoggi Killing Coming Soon

President Trump said he spoke with CIA Director Gina Haspel and that a full U.S. report on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi would be completed early in the coming week.
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Trump Says Report on Khashoggi Killing Coming Soon

President Trump said he spoke with CIA Director Gina Haspel and that a full U.S. report on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi would be completed early in the coming week.

Quebec region pays $30,000 Bitcoin ransom after servers hacked

A recent attack on a municipality in Quebec highlights glaring weaknesses in government servers in the province, according to one malware expert.
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Quebec region pays $30,000 Bitcoin ransom after servers hacked

A recent attack on a municipality in Quebec highlights glaring weaknesses in government servers in the province, according to one malware expert.

National Parks proving less popular once Canada 150 free entry ended

Parks Canada's free entry program for the country's 150th birthday saw Canadians and other visitors flock to national parks and historic sites in record numbers, but since the program ended, numbers have dropped nearly 10 per cent from the same period in 2017
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National Parks proving less popular once Canada 150 free entry ended

Parks Canada's free entry program for the country's 150th birthday saw Canadians and other visitors flock to national parks and historic sites in record numbers, but since the program ended, numbers have dropped nearly 10 per cent from the same period in 2017.

Dating Druze: The struggle to find love in a dwindling diaspora

The Druze are a small religious and ethnic minority who marry within their faith. In Canada, they number around 25,000, which makes the chances of finding the ideal life partner slim. Riya Khold, 21, talks about what it's like to try to find a match in such
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Dating Druze: The struggle to find love in a dwindling diaspora

The Druze are a small religious and ethnic minority who marry within their faith. In Canada, they number around 25,000, which makes the chances of finding the ideal life partner slim. Riya Khold, 21, talks about what it's like to try to find a match in such a small dating pool.

Why the U.S. could lose the next big war - and what that means for Canada

An alarming new analysis of the United States' ability to fight and win a war with China or Russia rocked Washington last week - and it's rattling the experts in Ottawa as well.
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Why the U.S. could lose the next big war - and what that means for Canada

An alarming new analysis of the United States' ability to fight and win a war with China or Russia rocked Washington last week - and it's rattling the experts in Ottawa as well.

Scammed senior citizens being recruited as drug mules: CBSA

Drug trafficking networks are drafting senior citizens to smuggle illicit narcotics into the country, according to an internal memo. The Canada Border Services Agency has warned staff to keep an eye out in a heavily censored intelligence advisory.
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Scammed senior citizens being recruited as drug mules: CBSA

Drug trafficking networks are drafting senior citizens to smuggle illicit narcotics into the country, according to an internal memo. The Canada Border Services Agency has warned staff to keep an eye out in a heavily censored intelligence advisory.

Netflix Sees Oscar Gold in 'Roma,' but Hollywood Isn't So Sure

Netflix has its best shot yet at a major Academy Award with “Roma,” a portrait of a nanny in 1970s Mexico. But first the company must contend with forces within Hollywood that have no interest in helping it win.
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Netflix Sees Oscar Gold in 'Roma,' but Hollywood Isn't So Sure

Netflix has its best shot yet at a major Academy Award with “Roma,” a portrait of a nanny in 1970s Mexico. But first the company must contend with forces within Hollywood that have no interest in helping it win.

The Movies to See This Holiday Season

Wondering what movies to see this holiday season? Here’s our guide, featuring “Green Book,” “Roma,” “Mary Poppins Returns,” “On the Basis of Sex” and more.
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The Movies to See This Holiday Season

Wondering what movies to see this holiday season? Here’s our guide, featuring “Green Book,” “Roma,” “Mary Poppins Returns,” “On the Basis of Sex” and more.

CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post: Rotating strikes to continue

The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.
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CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post: Rotating strikes to continue

The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.

The weight of silence: Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt B.C. ski resort

While the investigation into the 20-year-old's disappearance remains open, the lack of clues and a tight-lipped RCMP has sparked wild speculation and instilled lingering fears in the community of Sun Peaks.
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The weight of silence: Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt B.C. ski resort

While the investigation into the 20-year-old's disappearance remains open, the lack of clues and a tight-lipped RCMP has sparked wild speculation and instilled lingering fears in the community of Sun Peaks.

Police confirm vandalism after Coast Guard ship tumbled into water in N.S.

A Canadian Coast Guard ship is partially submerged in water at a shipyard in Sambro Head, N.S., after falling from its secured cradle in a case Halifax police are investigating as suspected vandalism.
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Police confirm vandalism after Coast Guard ship tumbled into water in N.S.

A Canadian Coast Guard ship is partially submerged in water at a shipyard in Sambro Head, N.S., after falling from its secured cradle in a case Halifax police are investigating as suspected vandalism.

Police say 96-year-old woman found after car stolen with her still inside

Police say a 96-year-old woman has been found safe after a car was stolen with her inside in Mississauga, Ont.
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Police say 96-year-old woman found after car stolen with her still inside

Police say a 96-year-old woman has been found safe after a car was stolen with her inside in Mississauga, Ont.

Setbacks hit water treatment projects for Ontario First Nations

The situations in Neskantaga and Slate Falls are examples of the challenges Ottawa faces meeting its target to clear all long-term boil-water advisories in First Nations by March 2021.
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Setbacks hit water treatment projects for Ontario First Nations

The situations in Neskantaga and Slate Falls are examples of the challenges Ottawa faces meeting its target to clear all long-term boil-water advisories in First Nations by March 2021.

Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post

The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.
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Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post

The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.

Vandalism suspected as Coast Guard ship tumbles into water in N.S.

The CCGS Corporal McLaren fell from a secured cradle after the shipyard was «entered by vandals» on Friday night, according to Raymond Gallant, vice-president of operations with Canadian Maritime Engineering.
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Vandalism suspected as Coast Guard ship tumbles into water in N.S.

The CCGS Corporal McLaren fell from a secured cradle after the shipyard was «entered by vandals» on Friday night, according to Raymond Gallant, vice-president of operations with Canadian Maritime Engineering.

Iqaluit residents line up as city's largest grocery store reopens after fire

Iqaluit's largest grocery store reopened Saturday, just over a week after an early morning fire burned through part of it for 22 hours.
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Iqaluit residents line up as city's largest grocery store reopens after fire

Iqaluit's largest grocery store reopened Saturday, just over a week after an early morning fire burned through part of it for 22 hours.

Toronto private school expels eight teens after incidents, alleged sex assault

Eight students at a prestigious Toronto private school have been expelled in connection with two disturbing incidents, one of which involved an alleged sexual assault of a teen that was captured on video and has since triggered a criminal investigation.
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Toronto private school expels eight teens after incidents, alleged sex assault

Eight students at a prestigious Toronto private school have been expelled in connection with two disturbing incidents, one of which involved an alleged sexual assault of a teen that was captured on video and has since triggered a criminal investigation.

Passengers allege stolen property following crash landing in Guyana

Canadian passengers aboard a chaotic Fly Jamaica flight that crash landed in Guyana last week are thankful to be home, but many are upset about what happened in the following days.
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Passengers allege stolen property following crash landing in Guyana

Canadian passengers aboard a chaotic Fly Jamaica flight that crash landed in Guyana last week are thankful to be home, but many are upset about what happened in the following days.

A Way for Migrants to Ease U.S. Entry: Come as a Family

The number of Central American families with children arriving at the U.S. border seeking asylum has surged, as parents recognize that detention will be shorter if they come as a family.
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A Way for Migrants to Ease U.S. Entry: Come as a Family

The number of Central American families with children arriving at the U.S. border seeking asylum has surged, as parents recognize that detention will be shorter if they come as a family.

Yemeni Government, Houthi Rebels Agree to Peace Talks, U.N. Says

The United Nations’ special envoy to Yemen said Friday that warring factions there had committed to convening peace talks in Sweden shortly.
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Yemeni Government, Houthi Rebels Agree to Peace Talks, U.N. Says

The United Nations’ special envoy to Yemen said Friday that warring factions there had committed to convening peace talks in Sweden shortly.

Undefined Brexit Question Leads to a Reckoning for May

The question for British voters in June 2016 was simple: whether to leave the EU or stay in it. The answer has left the U.K. government teetering on crisis, even as Prime Minister Theresa May got some reprieve.
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Undefined Brexit Question Leads to a Reckoning for May

The question for British voters in June 2016 was simple: whether to leave the EU or stay in it. The answer has left the U.K. government teetering on crisis, even as Prime Minister Theresa May got some reprieve.

Saudis Move to Counter U.S. Oil Strategy

Saudi Arabia is moving to cut the world’s oil supply after U.S. government deals allowed hundreds of thousands of barrels a day of Iranian oil to flow onto world markets, driving down prices.
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Saudis Move to Counter U.S. Oil Strategy

Saudi Arabia is moving to cut the world’s oil supply after U.S. government deals allowed hundreds of thousands of barrels a day of Iranian oil to flow onto world markets, driving down prices.

CIA Concludes Saudi Journalist Was Killed on Crown Prince's Order

The CIA has concluded that the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was carried out under the orders of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.
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CIA Concludes Saudi Journalist Was Killed on Crown Prince's Order

The CIA has concluded that the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was carried out under the orders of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.

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