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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.

'The screams and the silence': Survivor recalls fatal bus crash

She was sitting near the front of the upper level of the double-decker bus that crashed into Westboro station last week, but Kathryn Rose survived with only minor bruises. More than a week later, she's struggling with guilt.
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'The screams and the silence': Survivor recalls fatal bus crash

She was sitting near the front of the upper level of the double-decker bus that crashed into Westboro station last week, but Kathryn Rose survived with only minor bruises. More than a week later, she's struggling with guilt.

Two men charged in Ivory Coast for trying to blackmail MP Tony Clement

Two men in Africa's Ivory Coast have been charged for attempting to blackmail Canadian MP Tony Clement by posing as a woman online and demanding money after Clement shared explicit sexual images with them.
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Two men charged in Ivory Coast for trying to blackmail MP Tony Clement

Two men in Africa's Ivory Coast have been charged for attempting to blackmail Canadian MP Tony Clement by posing as a woman online and demanding money after Clement shared explicit sexual images with them.

Gilles Duceppe's mother, 93, found dead of hypothermia outside Montreal seniors' residence

The mother of former Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe was found dead of hypothermia outside a Montreal seniors' residence on Sunday.
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Gilles Duceppe's mother, 93, found dead of hypothermia outside Montreal seniors' residence

The mother of former Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe was found dead of hypothermia outside a Montreal seniors' residence on Sunday.

Winter storm slams Eastern Canada, causing power outages, flash freeze warnings

A winter storm that pummelled Atlantic Canada over the weekend and into Monday morning has caused flash freeze warnings and flooding as temperatures have dropped across the region, while Ontario and Quebec are under extreme cold warnings.
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Winter storm slams Eastern Canada, causing power outages, flash freeze warnings

A winter storm that pummelled Atlantic Canada over the weekend and into Monday morning has caused flash freeze warnings and flooding as temperatures have dropped across the region, while Ontario and Quebec are under extreme cold warnings.

Transportation Safety Board's advice unheeded years after crashes

Recommendations made by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB), the agency responsible for protecting Canadians in planes, trains and watercraft, are routinely ignored and in some cases take decades to be addressed.
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Transportation Safety Board's advice unheeded years after crashes

Recommendations made by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB), the agency responsible for protecting Canadians in planes, trains and watercraft, are routinely ignored and in some cases take decades to be addressed.

One Family's Struggle to Get Their Daughter Lifesaving Medication

A treatment exists for a 6-year-old girl’s genetic disease. But a host of obstacles stand in the way of getting the drug.
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One Family's Struggle to Get Their Daughter Lifesaving Medication

A treatment exists for a 6-year-old girl’s genetic disease. But a host of obstacles stand in the way of getting the drug.

Kids suffer headaches at tournament after CO builds up in Saskatchewan arena

A kids' hockey tournament in Saskatchewan has been cancelled after some players developed headaches and officials suspected they may have been suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Kids suffer headaches at tournament after CO builds up in Saskatchewan arena

A kids' hockey tournament in Saskatchewan has been cancelled after some players developed headaches and officials suspected they may have been suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Olympian Adam van Koeverden wins federal Liberal nomination in Ont. riding

Former Olympic flag-bearer Adam van Koeverden will be carrying the Liberal banner into the coming federal election, after securing the nomination in the southern Ontario riding of Milton on Sunday.
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Olympian Adam van Koeverden wins federal Liberal nomination in Ont. riding

Former Olympic flag-bearer Adam van Koeverden will be carrying the Liberal banner into the coming federal election, after securing the nomination in the southern Ontario riding of Milton on Sunday.

Call for tighter bail rules in Canada after Saudi sex-crime suspect vanishes

Pressure is emerging on Ottawa to officially investigate what role the Saudi embassy played in the disappearance of Mohammed Alzoabi in the midst of his sexual assault trial.
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Call for tighter bail rules in Canada after Saudi sex-crime suspect vanishes

Pressure is emerging on Ottawa to officially investigate what role the Saudi embassy played in the disappearance of Mohammed Alzoabi in the midst of his sexual assault trial.

Ailing inmate sues federal government over 'sardine-can-style' van trip

A federal inmate who says he was shackled in a cramped transport van for almost eight hours -- despite a heart condition and other ailments -- is suing the government for compensation.
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Ailing inmate sues federal government over 'sardine-can-style' van trip

A federal inmate who says he was shackled in a cramped transport van for almost eight hours -- despite a heart condition and other ailments -- is suing the government for compensation.

Israel Re-establishes Ties With Chad in Bid to Project Clout

Israel and Chad have re-established diplomatic ties as part of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s push to project his country’s clout in the Middle East and Africa.
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Israel Re-establishes Ties With Chad in Bid to Project Clout

Israel and Chad have re-established diplomatic ties as part of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s push to project his country’s clout in the Middle East and Africa.

Death Toll Rises to 85 From Mexican Pipeline Explosion

The death toll from a massive explosion at an illegal tap of a gasoline pipeline in central Mexico rose Sunday to 85, and 58 people remained hospitalized, some of them in serious condition, authorities said.
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Death Toll Rises to 85 From Mexican Pipeline Explosion

The death toll from a massive explosion at an illegal tap of a gasoline pipeline in central Mexico rose Sunday to 85, and 58 people remained hospitalized, some of them in serious condition, authorities said.

China Annual Economic Growth Rate Is Slowest Since 1990

China’s economic expansion languished to its slowest pace in nearly three decades last year, as a bruising trade fight with the U.S. exacerbated weakness in the world’s second-largest economy.
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China Annual Economic Growth Rate Is Slowest Since 1990

China’s economic expansion languished to its slowest pace in nearly three decades last year, as a bruising trade fight with the U.S. exacerbated weakness in the world’s second-largest economy.

Seeking Help, Family Breaks Silence on American Missing in Syria

Majd Kamalmaz hasn’t been seen or heard from since February 2017 when he was stopped at a government checkpoint in Damascus. Now his family is breaking its silence and asking President Trump to help save his life.
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Seeking Help, Family Breaks Silence on American Missing in Syria

Majd Kamalmaz hasn’t been seen or heard from since February 2017 when he was stopped at a government checkpoint in Damascus. Now his family is breaking its silence and asking President Trump to help save his life.

Calls for France's Yellow-Vest Movement to Debate Fall on Deaf Ears

Thousands of protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for the 10th consecutive weekend of demonstrations, despite efforts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel yellow-vest anger through public debates over the next two months.
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Calls for France's Yellow-Vest Movement to Debate Fall on Deaf Ears

Thousands of protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for the 10th consecutive weekend of demonstrations, despite efforts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel yellow-vest anger through public debates over the next two months.

'Fun to beat Canada'; artist behind World's Largest Moose weighs into Canada-Norway moose debate

Norwegian artist Linda Bakke sculpted Storelgen in 2015. She said another even larger moose sculpture is also in the works to maintain their title.
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'Fun to beat Canada'; artist behind World's Largest Moose weighs into Canada-Norway moose debate

Norwegian artist Linda Bakke sculpted Storelgen in 2015. She said another even larger moose sculpture is also in the works to maintain their title.

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for 16 hours

A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.
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United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for 16 hours

A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.

Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, rain, freezing rain and high winds

Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I. and rain, wind and a winter storm warning in Nova Scotia.
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Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, rain, freezing rain and high winds

Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I. and rain, wind and a winter storm warning in Nova Scotia.

Extreme cold warning, snow continues across eastern Ontario

A blustery, cold and snowy Sunday is in store as Environment Canada's extreme cold warning and winter storm warning continues for much of eastern Ontario.
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Extreme cold warning, snow continues across eastern Ontario

A blustery, cold and snowy Sunday is in store as Environment Canada's extreme cold warning and winter storm warning continues for much of eastern Ontario.

Lawyer questions Jason Kenney's Alberta residency while claiming living expenses in Ottawa

A lawyer and political activist is accusing UCP Leader Jason Kenney of claiming a Calgary residence while living in Ottawa, an allegation Kenney disputes.
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Lawyer questions Jason Kenney's Alberta residency while claiming living expenses in Ottawa

A lawyer and political activist is accusing UCP Leader Jason Kenney of claiming a Calgary residence while living in Ottawa, an allegation Kenney disputes.

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for over 13 hours

A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night has resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.
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United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for over 13 hours

A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night has resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.

Canada Post union pitches low-income bank, greener tech. But critics ask, who pays the bill?

As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post
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Canada Post union pitches low-income bank, greener tech. But critics ask, who pays the bill?

As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post office into a hub for green technology.

Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, freezing rain and high winds

Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I., rain and wind warnings in Nova Scotia.
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Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, freezing rain and high winds

Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I., rain and wind warnings in Nova Scotia.

Severe winter storm slams Quebec

Across Quebec, Environment Canada is warning of winter storm conditions as, along with falling snow, strong winds, cold and extensive blowing snow are expected.
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Severe winter storm slams Quebec

Across Quebec, Environment Canada is warning of winter storm conditions as, along with falling snow, strong winds, cold and extensive blowing snow are expected.

Canadian speaks out about being barred from visiting dissident father in China

The Canadian daughter of a Chinese political prisoner is speaking out about “ruthless” communist authorities after being detained twice this week as she tried to visit her ailing father.
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Canadian speaks out about being barred from visiting dissident father in China

The Canadian daughter of a Chinese political prisoner is speaking out about “ruthless” communist authorities after being detained twice this week as she tried to visit her ailing father.

No plans to eliminate 'duty to report' for military sex misconduct: Vance

Canada's top general is promising better support for victims of military sexual misconduct, but says he will not get rid of a regulation that Canada's auditor general has warned discourages some victims from coming forward.
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No plans to eliminate 'duty to report' for military sex misconduct: Vance

Canada's top general is promising better support for victims of military sexual misconduct, but says he will not get rid of a regulation that Canada's auditor general has warned discourages some victims from coming forward.

One year after the Albert Schultz scandal, can Soulpepper get its groove back?

One year after allegations of sexual misconduct against its founder and artistic director Albert Schultz cast a shadow on Toronto's critically hailed Soulpepper Theatre, the theatre has managed to survive, thanks to steady audience support and continuing on-s
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One year after the Albert Schultz scandal, can Soulpepper get its groove back?

One year after allegations of sexual misconduct against its founder and artistic director Albert Schultz cast a shadow on Toronto's critically hailed Soulpepper Theatre, the theatre has managed to survive, thanks to steady audience support and continuing on-stage excellence provided by the artists remaining in the company.

The Liberal government wants to pin more medals on bureaucrats

The Liberal government says public servants are being shortchanged in Canada's awards and honours system, and so has started a quota system to ensure federal departments nominate more of their bureaucrats - at least five per department each year. It's not cle
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The Liberal government wants to pin more medals on bureaucrats

The Liberal government says public servants are being shortchanged in Canada's awards and honours system, and so has started a quota system to ensure federal departments nominate more of their bureaucrats - at least five per department each year. It's not clear whether the initiative is having any impact yet.

Big telcos hike internet prices amid soaring demand, revenues

Telus, Bell and Shaw are all raising prices on select internet plans over the next few months. The hikes come on the heels of internet price increases by Telus, Shaw, Bell and Rogers in 2018.
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Big telcos hike internet prices amid soaring demand, revenues

Telus, Bell and Shaw are all raising prices on select internet plans over the next few months. The hikes come on the heels of internet price increases by Telus, Shaw, Bell and Rogers in 2018.

Union wants Canada Post to start low-income bank and green shift. Sounds nice, but who pays?

As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post
CBC | Canada News

Union wants Canada Post to start low-income bank and green shift. Sounds nice, but who pays?

As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post office into a hub for green technology.

Can Suicide Be Prevented?

Dialectical Behavior Therapy, which helps patients communicate and handle their emotions, can be effective at reducing suicidal thoughts and attempts.
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Can Suicide Be Prevented?

Dialectical Behavior Therapy, which helps patients communicate and handle their emotions, can be effective at reducing suicidal thoughts and attempts.

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