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Ontario's new war memorial to Afghanistan veterans unveiled

A memorial to honour veterans of the war in Afghanistan that is being built on the grounds of the Ontario legislature will include a stone from an Inukshuk that stood at Kandahar Airfield as a tribute to fallen soldiers.

'We had no choice': Chief says large flames prevented crews from accessing unit in deadly fire

Toronto’s fire chief said that an “unfortunate reality” in circumstances prevented crews from getting into the unit where a person was found dead following a five-alarm blaze at a North York apartment.
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'We had no choice': Chief says large flames prevented crews from accessing unit in deadly fire

Toronto’s fire chief said that an “unfortunate reality” in circumstances prevented crews from getting into the unit where a person was found dead following a five-alarm blaze at a North York apartment.

Nurse scammed out of nearly $10,000 after falling victim to new 'SIM swap' scheme

An Oakville nurse says she has been scammed of nearly $10,000 after falling victim to a new “SIM swapping” scam that Ontario police warn could empty your bank accounts.
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Nurse scammed out of nearly $10,000 after falling victim to new 'SIM swap' scheme

An Oakville nurse says she has been scammed of nearly $10,000 after falling victim to a new “SIM swapping” scam that Ontario police warn could empty your bank accounts.

'We're always ready': Life aboard Canada's HMCS Ottawa enforcing sanctions against North Korea

The commanding officer of HMCS Ottawa says his crew is 'always ready' while patrolling international waters on Operation NEON enforcing UN sanctions on North Korea, and offers a compelling look into life at sea.
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'We're always ready': Life aboard Canada's HMCS Ottawa enforcing sanctions against North Korea

The commanding officer of HMCS Ottawa says his crew is 'always ready' while patrolling international waters on Operation NEON enforcing UN sanctions on North Korea, and offers a compelling look into life at sea.

Inquiry into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family adjourned

An inquiry set to open Monday in the case of Lionel Desmond, the Afghan war veteran who killed his mother, wife and daughter before turning the weapon on himself in early 2017, has adjourned without hearing any testimony.
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Inquiry into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family adjourned

An inquiry set to open Monday in the case of Lionel Desmond, the Afghan war veteran who killed his mother, wife and daughter before turning the weapon on himself in early 2017, has adjourned without hearing any testimony.

Some military personnel linked to hate disciplined, but allowed to stay

The Department of National Defence says 16 military members that a report last year linked to hateful actions or groups have been warned, disciplined or ordered to take counselling, but allowed to remain in uniform.
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Some military personnel linked to hate disciplined, but allowed to stay

The Department of National Defence says 16 military members that a report last year linked to hateful actions or groups have been warned, disciplined or ordered to take counselling, but allowed to remain in uniform.

Charges stayed after Quebec man waited too long for French trial in Edmonton

An Edmonton judge has stayed charges against a man accused of fraud after determining Marc Vaillancourt's right to be tried in French within a reasonable delay had not been upheld.
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Charges stayed after Quebec man waited too long for French trial in Edmonton

An Edmonton judge has stayed charges against a man accused of fraud after determining Marc Vaillancourt's right to be tried in French within a reasonable delay had not been upheld.

After 20 years, Washington tribe hopes to hunt whales again

The Makah Tribe — the only Indigenous group in the U.S. with a treaty right to hunt whales — is still waiting for government permission to hunt again as their people historically did.
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After 20 years, Washington tribe hopes to hunt whales again

The Makah Tribe — the only Indigenous group in the U.S. with a treaty right to hunt whales — is still waiting for government permission to hunt again as their people historically did.

Long, cold, messy winter that's 'more frozen than thawed' ahead for most of Canada

November has already brought historically early snowfall in southern Ontario and power outages in the Prairies, setting what the Weather Network's chief meteorologist says will be a trend throughout a winter that's expected to be long, cold and messy.
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Long, cold, messy winter that's 'more frozen than thawed' ahead for most of Canada

November has already brought historically early snowfall in southern Ontario and power outages in the Prairies, setting what the Weather Network's chief meteorologist says will be a trend throughout a winter that's expected to be long, cold and messy.

MD in court to claim too-long waits give patients right to pay for private health care

Dr. Brian Day steps into a courtroom today as final arguments begin in the culmination of a battle he launched a decade ago saying patients have a right to pay for private care if the public system leaves them waiting too long.
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MD in court to claim too-long waits give patients right to pay for private health care

Dr. Brian Day steps into a courtroom today as final arguments begin in the culmination of a battle he launched a decade ago saying patients have a right to pay for private care if the public system leaves them waiting too long.

Tentative deal reached in weeks-long Saanich school strike

A tentative deal has been reached between the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 411 and the Saanich School District after a strike over wages that has lasted weeks.
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Tentative deal reached in weeks-long Saanich school strike

A tentative deal has been reached between the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 411 and the Saanich School District after a strike over wages that has lasted weeks.

Deaths of Afghan war veteran and relatives he killed to be examined at inquest

An inquiry into the case of Lionel Desmond, a PTSD-diagnosed Afghan war veteran who killed himself and his family, starts Monday in Nova Scotia.
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Deaths of Afghan war veteran and relatives he killed to be examined at inquest

An inquiry into the case of Lionel Desmond, a PTSD-diagnosed Afghan war veteran who killed himself and his family, starts Monday in Nova Scotia.

Family of Labrador crash victim sues Quebec airline for negligence

The family of a fishing guide who died in a Labrador float plane crash this summer is suing the Quebec airline for damages, alleging negligence and breach of contractual duties.
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Family of Labrador crash victim sues Quebec airline for negligence

The family of a fishing guide who died in a Labrador float plane crash this summer is suing the Quebec airline for damages, alleging negligence and breach of contractual duties.

Winnipeg teen who encouraged thousands to vote, dies after battle with cancer

The Winnipeg teen who – during her fight with terminal cancer – challenged thousands of Canadians everywhere to vote, has died.
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Winnipeg teen who encouraged thousands to vote, dies after battle with cancer

The Winnipeg teen who – during her fight with terminal cancer – challenged thousands of Canadians everywhere to vote, has died.

A crime of opportunity: Why certain shoppers steal at self-checkout

Self-checkout provides average shoppers with shoplifting opportunities, turning them into «part-time» thieves who try to rationalize their bad behaviour, say industry experts.
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A crime of opportunity: Why certain shoppers steal at self-checkout

Self-checkout provides average shoppers with shoplifting opportunities, turning them into «part-time» thieves who try to rationalize their bad behaviour, say industry experts.

'Coach's Corner is no more': Ron MacLean discusses Don Cherry on Hockey Night in Canada

Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean addressed Sportsnet's firing of Don Cherry during the first intermission of Saturday night's primetime NHL game — when the duo would normally host «Coach's Corner.»  
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'Coach's Corner is no more': Ron MacLean discusses Don Cherry on Hockey Night in Canada

Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean addressed Sportsnet's firing of Don Cherry during the first intermission of Saturday night's primetime NHL game — when the duo would normally host «Coach's Corner.»  

Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver aware of 36 cases of clergy sex abuse since 1950s, CBC learns

The Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver was aware of 36 cases of abuse by clergy under its jurisdiction since the 1950s, including 26 involving children, results of an internal review of cases of clergy sexual abuse obtained by CBC's The Fifth Estate show.
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Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver aware of 36 cases of clergy sex abuse since 1950s, CBC learns

The Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver was aware of 36 cases of abuse by clergy under its jurisdiction since the 1950s, including 26 involving children, results of an internal review of cases of clergy sexual abuse obtained by CBC's The Fifth Estate show.

Experts optimistic amid predictions in new report that Canada will miss emission targets

Some experts are optimistic despite a new international report that found Canada won't meet its 2030 and 2050 targets.
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Experts optimistic amid predictions in new report that Canada will miss emission targets

Some experts are optimistic despite a new international report that found Canada won't meet its 2030 and 2050 targets.

CN union gives Tuesday strike notice amid weekend contract talks

Canadian National (CN) conductors, train persons and yard persons have given strike notice ahead of a Tuesday deadline, meaning they could walk off the job just after midnight that day.
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CN union gives Tuesday strike notice amid weekend contract talks

Canadian National (CN) conductors, train persons and yard persons have given strike notice ahead of a Tuesday deadline, meaning they could walk off the job just after midnight that day.

The Queen has ditched buying fur — here's what northern trappers think

In Canada’s North, trapping still provides a livelihood for Indigenous communities. But with the country’s head of state turning her back on the trade, some say it’s a chance to return to traditional ways.
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The Queen has ditched buying fur — here's what northern trappers think

In Canada’s North, trapping still provides a livelihood for Indigenous communities. But with the country’s head of state turning her back on the trade, some say it’s a chance to return to traditional ways.

'It's torture': Is a mysterious cannabis-related illness underdiagnosed in Canada?

A mysterious cannabis-related illness is turning up in emergency rooms in Canada, but exactly what causes it is unknown.
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'It's torture': Is a mysterious cannabis-related illness underdiagnosed in Canada?

A mysterious cannabis-related illness is turning up in emergency rooms in Canada, but exactly what causes it is unknown.

Swoop adds 5 direct flights from Winnipeg to Las Vegas, Mexico, Florida

A low-cost airline operated by WestJet has added direct flights from Winnipeg to Las Vegas, Mexico and three cities in Florida.
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Swoop adds 5 direct flights from Winnipeg to Las Vegas, Mexico, Florida

A low-cost airline operated by WestJet has added direct flights from Winnipeg to Las Vegas, Mexico and three cities in Florida.

Without Don Cherry, Sportsnet exploring 'new formats' for 1st intermission show

Don't expect an immediate replacement for fired commentator Don Cherry on Coach's Corner. Sportsnet told CBC News on Friday that it will explore “new formats” for the first intermission of Hockey Night in Canada.
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Without Don Cherry, Sportsnet exploring 'new formats' for 1st intermission show

Don't expect an immediate replacement for fired commentator Don Cherry on Coach's Corner. Sportsnet told CBC News on Friday that it will explore “new formats” for the first intermission of Hockey Night in Canada.

B.C. man wins months-long dog custody battle after sharing agreement with ex breaks down

A B.C. man has gotten his dog back after a months-long custody battle with his ex-girlfriend. Animal law specialist Rebeka Breder says the case highlights the need for having a written agreement in the event puppy parents split up.
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B.C. man wins months-long dog custody battle after sharing agreement with ex breaks down

A B.C. man has gotten his dog back after a months-long custody battle with his ex-girlfriend. Animal law specialist Rebeka Breder says the case highlights the need for having a written agreement in the event puppy parents split up.

Ex-U.S. ambassador to Canada praises witness in impeachment inquiry disparaged by Trump

As Marie Yovanovitch, a star witness in the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump, was being questioned by lawmakers in the second day of televised hearings in Washington, D.C., and denigrated on Twitter by the president, her former boss wa
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Ex-U.S. ambassador to Canada praises witness in impeachment inquiry disparaged by Trump

As Marie Yovanovitch, a star witness in the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump, was being questioned by lawmakers in the second day of televised hearings in Washington, D.C., and denigrated on Twitter by the president, her former boss was commending her work in Canada.

Police say after autopsy that baby found dead in Saskatoon was a girl, but no cause of death revealed

Police are now asking people who may have video of the area where the baby was found last week to come forward.
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Police say after autopsy that baby found dead in Saskatoon was a girl, but no cause of death revealed

Police are now asking people who may have video of the area where the baby was found last week to come forward.

25 years after conviction, Robert Latimer still believes he was right to kill his daughter

Robert Latimer was convicted 25 years ago of killing his 12-year-old daughter, Tracy, who had severe disabilities. Latimer still wants that conviction overturned.
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25 years after conviction, Robert Latimer still believes he was right to kill his daughter

Robert Latimer was convicted 25 years ago of killing his 12-year-old daughter, Tracy, who had severe disabilities. Latimer still wants that conviction overturned.

CN Rail slashes jobs as weakening economy cuts into freight volumes

Canadian National Railway Co., whose headquarters are in Montreal, said it is «adjusting its resources to demand» but wouldn't say how many people will be affected.
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CN Rail slashes jobs as weakening economy cuts into freight volumes

Canadian National Railway Co., whose headquarters are in Montreal, said it is «adjusting its resources to demand» but wouldn't say how many people will be affected.

Trudeau urged to give Freeland domestic portfolio, name her deputy PM

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged to move Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland into a new portfolio and give her additional powers by naming her deputy prime minister, according to a source with direct knowledge of the talks.
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Trudeau urged to give Freeland domestic portfolio, name her deputy PM

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged to move Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland into a new portfolio and give her additional powers by naming her deputy prime minister, according to a source with direct knowledge of the talks.

Hayley Wickenheiser 'changed the game' on her way to Hockey Hall of Fame

Hayley Wickenheiser will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not bad for a girl who used to slink into the arena, hoping to go unnoticed, to play a game that belonged, at the time, to boys and men.
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Hayley Wickenheiser 'changed the game' on her way to Hockey Hall of Fame

Hayley Wickenheiser will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not bad for a girl who used to slink into the arena, hoping to go unnoticed, to play a game that belonged, at the time, to boys and men.

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