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Three people killed, 23 injured in 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.

The birds and the beads: Creston, B.C., tweens get explicit, accidental sex education

An explicit sex guide describing fetishes and drug use was offered to preteens inside a B.C. classroom, prompting outrage from parents and an official apology from the school district.
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The birds and the beads: Creston, B.C., tweens get explicit, accidental sex education

An explicit sex guide describing fetishes and drug use was offered to preteens inside a B.C. classroom, prompting outrage from parents and an official apology from the school district.

What is ractopamine, the drug at the centre of the China-Canada meat dispute?

China has demanded that Canada suspend all meat exports after Chinese officials said they found traces of ractopamine, an additive banned in their country, in a batch of pork products.
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What is ractopamine, the drug at the centre of the China-Canada meat dispute?

China has demanded that Canada suspend all meat exports after Chinese officials said they found traces of ractopamine, an additive banned in their country, in a batch of pork products.

Seismic lines from energy exploration an uncounted greenhouse gas source: study

Seismic lines used in energy exploration are a significant source of a highly potent greenhouse gas that hasn't yet been taken into Canada's national account, new research suggests.
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Seismic lines from energy exploration an uncounted greenhouse gas source: study

Seismic lines used in energy exploration are a significant source of a highly potent greenhouse gas that hasn't yet been taken into Canada's national account, new research suggests.

Man must pay $490K to ex-wife for her costs in fighting for support

A wealthy man will have to pay almost half-a-million dollars to cover the costs his ex-wife racked up during the hard-fought, painful divorce, after his appeal was rejected.
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Man must pay $490K to ex-wife for her costs in fighting for support

A wealthy man will have to pay almost half-a-million dollars to cover the costs his ex-wife racked up during the hard-fought, painful divorce, after his appeal was rejected.

Mother to serve at least 10 years for killing young daughters

A Quebec mother convicted in the killings of her two young daughters was clearly suffering from mental illness even if she was found criminally responsible for her act, a Quebec Superior Court justice ruled Wednesday as she sentenced Adele Sorella to a minimu
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Mother to serve at least 10 years for killing young daughters

A Quebec mother convicted in the killings of her two young daughters was clearly suffering from mental illness even if she was found criminally responsible for her act, a Quebec Superior Court justice ruled Wednesday as she sentenced Adele Sorella to a minimum of 10 years in prison.

Meat industry groups concerned over China import ban, working with government

China's sudden ban on Canadian beef and pork imports «will create a huge financial loss» for the sector that counts the Asian country among its top five international markets, says an industry group.
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Meat industry groups concerned over China import ban, working with government

China's sudden ban on Canadian beef and pork imports «will create a huge financial loss» for the sector that counts the Asian country among its top five international markets, says an industry group.

Liberals add far-right extremist groups to list of outlawed terror networks

The Liberal government has added two international neo-Nazi groups to Canada's list of outlawed terrorist organizations — part of a series of new measures to combat online hate.
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Liberals add far-right extremist groups to list of outlawed terror networks

The Liberal government has added two international neo-Nazi groups to Canada's list of outlawed terrorist organizations — part of a series of new measures to combat online hate.

Ottawa tasks trailblazing female officer to lead extended training mission in Iraq

Canada will stick around an extra year to command the NATO training mission in Iraq — and has appointed a woman who saw combat in Afghanistan to lead it, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan announced Wednesday.
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Ottawa tasks trailblazing female officer to lead extended training mission in Iraq

Canada will stick around an extra year to command the NATO training mission in Iraq — and has appointed a woman who saw combat in Afghanistan to lead it, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan announced Wednesday.

No protections for asthmatics who can't provide breathalyzer samples: Lawyer

A federal law requiring mandatory roadside breathalyzer tests unfairly targets those with health conditions that prevent them from giving a breath sample, according to a criminal defence lawyer.
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No protections for asthmatics who can't provide breathalyzer samples: Lawyer

A federal law requiring mandatory roadside breathalyzer tests unfairly targets those with health conditions that prevent them from giving a breath sample, according to a criminal defence lawyer.

Meat industry groups concerned over China export ban, working with government

China's sudden ban on Canadian beef and pork imports «will create a huge financial loss» for the sector that counts the Asian country among its top five international markets.
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Meat industry groups concerned over China export ban, working with government

China's sudden ban on Canadian beef and pork imports «will create a huge financial loss» for the sector that counts the Asian country among its top five international markets.

'Somewhere to go:' Sex trafficking victim calls for more safe houses

Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are getting renewed attention in Canada following the release of the final report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
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'Somewhere to go:' Sex trafficking victim calls for more safe houses

Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are getting renewed attention in Canada following the release of the final report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

'Dairy is Scary' billboards promoting veganism popping up in the Maritimes

Billboards promoting the message that 'Dairy is Scary' were put up in New Brunswick last week and Tuesday in Nova Scotia. The group behind them says the goal isn't to insult farmers, but to encourage a vegan lifestyle.
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'Dairy is Scary' billboards promoting veganism popping up in the Maritimes

Billboards promoting the message that 'Dairy is Scary' were put up in New Brunswick last week and Tuesday in Nova Scotia. The group behind them says the goal isn't to insult farmers, but to encourage a vegan lifestyle.

Canadian trash from Philippines set to arrive in Vancouver on Saturday

Containers of Canadian trash that festered in the Philippines for years are set to arrive home just in time to celebrate the country's 152nd birthday.
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Canadian trash from Philippines set to arrive in Vancouver on Saturday

Containers of Canadian trash that festered in the Philippines for years are set to arrive home just in time to celebrate the country's 152nd birthday.

Face-to-face between Kenney, Horgan is focus of western premiers meeting

Jason Kenney ran an election campaign focused on getting tough with anyone perceived to be standing in Alberta's way. This week he'll have his first face-to-face meeting with B.C. Premier John Horgan.
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Face-to-face between Kenney, Horgan is focus of western premiers meeting

Jason Kenney ran an election campaign focused on getting tough with anyone perceived to be standing in Alberta's way. This week he'll have his first face-to-face meeting with B.C. Premier John Horgan.

Canada launches probe into false documents as China halts imports of meat

International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr says Canada has launched an investigation into forged veterinary certificates as China has suspended all meat imports.
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Canada launches probe into false documents as China halts imports of meat

International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr says Canada has launched an investigation into forged veterinary certificates as China has suspended all meat imports.

'Disheartening' having to issue HIV outbreak warning in Thunder Bay, medical officer of health says

The medical officer of health for the Thunder Bay District Health Unit says it's «disheartening» that public health officials had to declare an outbreak of HIV in the population of the northwestern Ontario city who are homeless or lack stable hous
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'Disheartening' having to issue HIV outbreak warning in Thunder Bay, medical officer of health says

The medical officer of health for the Thunder Bay District Health Unit says it's «disheartening» that public health officials had to declare an outbreak of HIV in the population of the northwestern Ontario city who are homeless or lack stable housing.

On policy, Scheer's Conservatives haven't changed much since 2015

Andrew Scheer once said that the Harper Conservatives did not lose in 2015 because of their policies. Everything he's done on the policy front since then shows him doubling down on that belief.
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On policy, Scheer's Conservatives haven't changed much since 2015

Andrew Scheer once said that the Harper Conservatives did not lose in 2015 because of their policies. Everything he's done on the policy front since then shows him doubling down on that belief.

'We don't want another 30 years of dictatorship': First Nation unites to oust 'lifetime' chief

About 30 members of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen met outside the locked gates of a half-built community centre last week to topple Chief Edward Machimity, who has gripped the reins of power in the northern Ontario community for more than 30 years. However, M
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'We don't want another 30 years of dictatorship': First Nation unites to oust 'lifetime' chief

About 30 members of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen met outside the locked gates of a half-built community centre last week to topple Chief Edward Machimity, who has gripped the reins of power in the northern Ontario community for more than 30 years. However, Machimity still refuses to step down.

Graves of dozens of Indigenous children transferred in 'first of its kind' land swap

The federal government has completed a ‘first of its kind’ land swap that sees the privately-held lands that previously belonged to a Regina residential school -- containing the graves of dozens of Indigenous children -- transferred to an Indigenous comme
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Graves of dozens of Indigenous children transferred in 'first of its kind' land swap

The federal government has completed a ‘first of its kind’ land swap that sees the privately-held lands that previously belonged to a Regina residential school -- containing the graves of dozens of Indigenous children -- transferred to an Indigenous commemorative group.

Hometown support pours in for B.C. woman hit by alleged drunk driver in London

Emily Goss, 24, suffered a head injury during a trip to see her friends in London, England earlier this month. Her family, friends and boyfriend flew from B.C. to be with her.
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Hometown support pours in for B.C. woman hit by alleged drunk driver in London

Emily Goss, 24, suffered a head injury during a trip to see her friends in London, England earlier this month. Her family, friends and boyfriend flew from B.C. to be with her.

Ex-ambassador McCallum says Trump could fix Canada-China impasse by dropping Meng's extradition

The «best thing» U.S. President Donald Trump could do to secure the release of Canadians detained in China is to abandon Washington's push to extradite Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, Canada's former ambassador to China John McCallum said today.
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Ex-ambassador McCallum says Trump could fix Canada-China impasse by dropping Meng's extradition

The «best thing» U.S. President Donald Trump could do to secure the release of Canadians detained in China is to abandon Washington's push to extradite Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, Canada's former ambassador to China John McCallum said today.

Woman bitten by snake on vacation in Thailand to recover thanks to Toronto Zoo's antivenom

An Ontario woman is expected to make a full recovery after being bitten by a snake in Thailand – and treated with antivenom from the Toronto Zoo.
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Woman bitten by snake on vacation in Thailand to recover thanks to Toronto Zoo's antivenom

An Ontario woman is expected to make a full recovery after being bitten by a snake in Thailand – and treated with antivenom from the Toronto Zoo.

Ontario reviewing political appointments after latest accusation of nepotism

Ontario's government says it will review all its upcoming appointments to office, after three such appointments were scuttled by accusations of nepotism in less than a week.
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Ontario reviewing political appointments after latest accusation of nepotism

Ontario's government says it will review all its upcoming appointments to office, after three such appointments were scuttled by accusations of nepotism in less than a week.

China considering halting all meat products from Canada over fake veterinary health certificates

China is considering halting all meat imports from Canada starting Wednesday after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency notified China that it had discovered a number of fabricated veterinary health certificates in meat products bound for China, according to
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China considering halting all meat products from Canada over fake veterinary health certificates

China is considering halting all meat imports from Canada starting Wednesday after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency notified China that it had discovered a number of fabricated veterinary health certificates in meat products bound for China, according to a government official.

Lawsuit argues new air travel rules violate passengers' charter rights

Two advocates are challenging in court new air travel rules that allow tarmac delays of nearly four hours, arguing the regulations violate the charter rights of some Canadians living with a disability.
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Lawsuit argues new air travel rules violate passengers' charter rights

Two advocates are challenging in court new air travel rules that allow tarmac delays of nearly four hours, arguing the regulations violate the charter rights of some Canadians living with a disability.

Mounties put more eyes in the sky with expanding drone fleet

Newly disclosed records show the RCMP has assembled a fleet of more than 200 flying drones -- eyes in the sky that officers use for everything from accident-scene investigation to protecting VIP visitors.
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Mounties put more eyes in the sky with expanding drone fleet

Newly disclosed records show the RCMP has assembled a fleet of more than 200 flying drones -- eyes in the sky that officers use for everything from accident-scene investigation to protecting VIP visitors.

Mother of Alberta boy who died of meningitis breaks down testifying at trial

The mother of a toddler who died of bacterial meningitis broke down several times while she testified at her trial Tuesday that she is still haunted by her boy's death.
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Mother of Alberta boy who died of meningitis breaks down testifying at trial

The mother of a toddler who died of bacterial meningitis broke down several times while she testified at her trial Tuesday that she is still haunted by her boy's death.

'The bad thing is staring us in the face': Data on controversial forfeiture program alarms critics

Last year, the province took in $2.54 million in Canadian and U.S. cash, 221 vehicles and 438 cellphones without having to show its evidence of a connection to crime.
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'The bad thing is staring us in the face': Data on controversial forfeiture program alarms critics

Last year, the province took in $2.54 million in Canadian and U.S. cash, 221 vehicles and 438 cellphones without having to show its evidence of a connection to crime.

Ottawa earmarks $60M for school retrofits in provinces that fought carbon tax

Money from the federal government's carbon tax will flow to schools in provinces that refuse to implement Ottawa's contentious carbon tax. 
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Ottawa earmarks $60M for school retrofits in provinces that fought carbon tax

Money from the federal government's carbon tax will flow to schools in provinces that refuse to implement Ottawa's contentious carbon tax. 

Will Trudeau's experiment with Senate 'independence' outlast the election?

Legislative changes that would have made it harder for a future prime minister to reverse Senate reforms have fallen through — raising the question of how much longer today's more independent, non-partisan chamber might last.
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Will Trudeau's experiment with Senate 'independence' outlast the election?

Legislative changes that would have made it harder for a future prime minister to reverse Senate reforms have fallen through — raising the question of how much longer today's more independent, non-partisan chamber might last.

Dead right whale towed to Cape Breton in hopes of solving mystery of its death

The second critically endangered North Atlantic right whale to be found dead in Canadian waters this year has been towed to Cape Breton to be examined.
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Dead right whale towed to Cape Breton in hopes of solving mystery of its death

The second critically endangered North Atlantic right whale to be found dead in Canadian waters this year has been towed to Cape Breton to be examined.

Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri speaks at season-ending news conference

The future of star Kawhi Leonard is on the mind of millions of Toronto Raptors fans as team president Masai Ujiri speaks at a season-ending news conference starting at 11 a.m. ET.
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Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri speaks at season-ending news conference

The future of star Kawhi Leonard is on the mind of millions of Toronto Raptors fans as team president Masai Ujiri speaks at a season-ending news conference starting at 11 a.m. ET.

Transfer of land with cemetery where Regina residential school students buried 'first step in reconciliation'

The grounds housing a cemetery where Indigenous children who died while attending Regina's Indian Industrial School (RIIS) are buried will soon be transferred from the federal government to a group sworn to protect the sacred land, more than 100 years afte
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Transfer of land with cemetery where Regina residential school students buried 'first step in reconciliation'

The grounds housing a cemetery where Indigenous children who died while attending Regina's Indian Industrial School (RIIS) are buried will soon be transferred from the federal government to a group sworn to protect the sacred land, more than 100 years after the residential school closed. 

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