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'We told her she was loved': Witnesses at father's drunk driving trial recall helping save friend

Calgary father Michael Shaun Bomford was drunk and speeding when he lost control of his Jeep, causing a crash that killed his 17-year-old daughter, says the Crown prosecutor.

Nova Scotia to become first province to ban sale of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices

As of April 1, it will be illegal to sell flavoured e-cigarettes and juices in Nova Scotia, making it the first province to announce a full flavour ban, according to a government news release. 
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Nova Scotia to become first province to ban sale of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices

As of April 1, it will be illegal to sell flavoured e-cigarettes and juices in Nova Scotia, making it the first province to announce a full flavour ban, according to a government news release. 

'It's overwhelming': Survivors create public list of Catholic clerics accused of sexual abuse

Survivors of sexual abuse by Catholics clerics have compiled and published a list of men accused of the abuse in a southwestern Ontario diocese over the past 60 years.
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'It's overwhelming': Survivors create public list of Catholic clerics accused of sexual abuse

Survivors of sexual abuse by Catholics clerics have compiled and published a list of men accused of the abuse in a southwestern Ontario diocese over the past 60 years.

Secretive RCMP training facility had mould and asbestos, force confirms

A former covert RCMP training centre in Kemptville, Ont., that's being blamed for various health problems did in fact contain asbestos, mould and other 'hazardous substances,' the national police force says.
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Secretive RCMP training facility had mould and asbestos, force confirms

A former covert RCMP training centre in Kemptville, Ont., that's being blamed for various health problems did in fact contain asbestos, mould and other 'hazardous substances,' the national police force says.

How the way we remember the Montreal Massacre has changed 30 years later

For years after the mass shooting at École Polytechnique in Montreal, there was resistance among some in Quebec to see what happened as more than an isolated act of a troubled man. Alison Northcott explores how that's changed.
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How the way we remember the Montreal Massacre has changed 30 years later

For years after the mass shooting at École Polytechnique in Montreal, there was resistance among some in Quebec to see what happened as more than an isolated act of a troubled man. Alison Northcott explores how that's changed.

Construction company faces 260 charges after failed Fort McMurray rebuilds

Service Alberta has laid 260 charges in connection with a failed construction project that promised to rebuild more than a dozen homes incinerated by the 2016 wildfire in Fort McMurray.
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Construction company faces 260 charges after failed Fort McMurray rebuilds

Service Alberta has laid 260 charges in connection with a failed construction project that promised to rebuild more than a dozen homes incinerated by the 2016 wildfire in Fort McMurray.

Travis Vader's final bid for appeal in Alberta couple's deaths dismissed by Supreme Court

Canada's top court won't consider a final appeal from the man convicted of killing Alberta seniors Lyle and Marie McCann, who vanished on a camping trip in 2010. Their bodies have never been found.
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Travis Vader's final bid for appeal in Alberta couple's deaths dismissed by Supreme Court

Canada's top court won't consider a final appeal from the man convicted of killing Alberta seniors Lyle and Marie McCann, who vanished on a camping trip in 2010. Their bodies have never been found.

Alberta women guilty of animal abuse charges banned from owning dogs

A woman in southern Alberta who made headlines after she was charged with causing distress to more than 200 dogs in her care has been prohibited from owning dogs for the rest of her life.
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Alberta women guilty of animal abuse charges banned from owning dogs

A woman in southern Alberta who made headlines after she was charged with causing distress to more than 200 dogs in her care has been prohibited from owning dogs for the rest of her life.

Ontario ‘not likely’ to achieve emissions targets under Ford: Auditor

Premier Doug Ford’s plans to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions are “not yet supported by sound evidence” according to Ontario’s Auditor General.
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Ontario ‘not likely’ to achieve emissions targets under Ford: Auditor

Premier Doug Ford’s plans to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions are “not yet supported by sound evidence” according to Ontario’s Auditor General.

Toronto woman's 'Zombie Santa' stolen from front yard after neighbourhood spat

With its darkened eyes, bloody beard, and dangling limbs, a zombiefied Santa mannequin became the source of a neighbourhood spat after it was left out after Halloween.
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Toronto woman's 'Zombie Santa' stolen from front yard after neighbourhood spat

With its darkened eyes, bloody beard, and dangling limbs, a zombiefied Santa mannequin became the source of a neighbourhood spat after it was left out after Halloween.

Teen in custody after toddler with 'traumatic' injuries found by neighbour

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.
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Teen in custody after toddler with 'traumatic' injuries found by neighbour

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.

Pregnant woman faces deportation despite doctors warning it's unsafe for her to travel

A seven-month pregnant woman suffering from cardiac issues in Toronto is facing deportation to Bangladesh, despite letters from medical specialists warning that it’s unsafe for her to travel.
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Pregnant woman faces deportation despite doctors warning it's unsafe for her to travel

A seven-month pregnant woman suffering from cardiac issues in Toronto is facing deportation to Bangladesh, despite letters from medical specialists warning that it’s unsafe for her to travel.

Label ringed seals a species of concern, wildlife advisers tell feds

Ringed seals in Nunavut are facing changes in their habitats because of climate change, a group of wildlife advisers say.
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Label ringed seals a species of concern, wildlife advisers tell feds

Ringed seals in Nunavut are facing changes in their habitats because of climate change, a group of wildlife advisers say.

Watchdog calls for RCMP to investigate firing of Alberta's election commissioner

A national democratic watchdog wants the RCMP to investigate the firing of Alberta's election commissioner, who was in the midst of an ongoing probe into the province's governing party. 
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Watchdog calls for RCMP to investigate firing of Alberta's election commissioner

A national democratic watchdog wants the RCMP to investigate the firing of Alberta's election commissioner, who was in the midst of an ongoing probe into the province's governing party. 

'We have hope': Ottawa pledges to support First Nations suicide prevention strategies

Canada's Indigenous Services Minister has pledged to financially support suicide prevention strategies for First Nations communities. The Assembly of First Nations plans to draft a national strategy, while First Nations in Saskatchewan say they're ready to ro
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'We have hope': Ottawa pledges to support First Nations suicide prevention strategies

Canada's Indigenous Services Minister has pledged to financially support suicide prevention strategies for First Nations communities. The Assembly of First Nations plans to draft a national strategy, while First Nations in Saskatchewan say they're ready to roll out an existing strategy once they get money.

Former B.C. mayor sentenced to 2 years less a day for sex crimes against youth

Former Burns Lake mayor Luke Strimbold pleaded guilty to 4 sexual offences against youth under the age of 16. Some of the offences took place while Strimbold was in office.
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Former B.C. mayor sentenced to 2 years less a day for sex crimes against youth

Former Burns Lake mayor Luke Strimbold pleaded guilty to 4 sexual offences against youth under the age of 16. Some of the offences took place while Strimbold was in office.

Teen in custody after toddler found by neighbour with 'traumatic' injuries

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.
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Teen in custody after toddler found by neighbour with 'traumatic' injuries

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.

Teen in custody after toddler found by neighbour with ‘traumatic’ injuries

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.
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Teen in custody after toddler found by neighbour with ‘traumatic’ injuries

A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long stand-off with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with «traumatic injuries» early Wednesday morning.

Teen 'safely secured' following stand-off with police after toddler injured 'traumatically'

A 16-year-old boy who barricaded himself inside a home has been “safely secured” by police hours after a toddler suffered «traumatic injuries» at a Hamilton property.
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Teen 'safely secured' following stand-off with police after toddler injured 'traumatically'

A 16-year-old boy who barricaded himself inside a home has been “safely secured” by police hours after a toddler suffered «traumatic injuries» at a Hamilton property.

Hundreds of women fleeing abuse turned away by shelters

Women's shelters in Ottawa say nearly 700 women fleeing abuse have been turned away since April because there aren't enough beds, leaving them with few safe options.
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Hundreds of women fleeing abuse turned away by shelters

Women's shelters in Ottawa say nearly 700 women fleeing abuse have been turned away since April because there aren't enough beds, leaving them with few safe options.

Andrew Scheer's personal numbers suggest he was part of the problem in October

Over the last four election campaigns, no party leader saw his net approval ratings worsen more during the campaign than Andrew Scheer did this year.
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Andrew Scheer's personal numbers suggest he was part of the problem in October

Over the last four election campaigns, no party leader saw his net approval ratings worsen more during the campaign than Andrew Scheer did this year.

Half of homeless people have experienced traumatic brain injuries, new UBC study suggests

The new study, using data from six countries and dozens of other studies, was prompted by significant evidence of trauma on brain scans from people in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
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Half of homeless people have experienced traumatic brain injuries, new UBC study suggests

The new study, using data from six countries and dozens of other studies, was prompted by significant evidence of trauma on brain scans from people in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

'There are other girls out there': 26-year-old cold case haunts former Downtown Eastside beat cop

Former Vancouver police constable Dave Dickson said the case brings him some closure. But it also stirs memories of a time when women were disappearing from the streets of the Downtown Eastside, and police were failing to investigate because the women were In
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'There are other girls out there': 26-year-old cold case haunts former Downtown Eastside beat cop

Former Vancouver police constable Dave Dickson said the case brings him some closure. But it also stirs memories of a time when women were disappearing from the streets of the Downtown Eastside, and police were failing to investigate because the women were Indigenous, drugs users, or sex workers.

President's Choice brand coleslaw recalled due to possible salmonella

President's Choice brand coleslaw has been recalled by Loblaws due to possible salmonella contamination, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says.
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President's Choice brand coleslaw recalled due to possible salmonella

President's Choice brand coleslaw has been recalled by Loblaws due to possible salmonella contamination, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says.

Baby with 'traumatic injuries' rushed to hospital after incident inside Hamilton home

A baby has been taken to hospital with “traumatic injuries” as police negotiate with a man barricaded inside a Hamilton home.
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Baby with 'traumatic injuries' rushed to hospital after incident inside Hamilton home

A baby has been taken to hospital with “traumatic injuries” as police negotiate with a man barricaded inside a Hamilton home.

What parents need to know about strike action in Ontario schools

With contract talks between teachers' unions and the Progressive Conservative government breaking down, CTV News Toronto has created a handy guide for parents who are concerned about the potential of a strike.
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What parents need to know about strike action in Ontario schools

With contract talks between teachers' unions and the Progressive Conservative government breaking down, CTV News Toronto has created a handy guide for parents who are concerned about the potential of a strike.

Canadian groups distance themselves from Prince Andrew

A prominent member of the Royal Family has little ground left to lose in Canada even as he faces fresh scrutiny and public rebukes closer to home.
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Canadian groups distance themselves from Prince Andrew

A prominent member of the Royal Family has little ground left to lose in Canada even as he faces fresh scrutiny and public rebukes closer to home.

After 235 encounters with RCMP in 1 year, compassion helped end this man's life of crime

Now two years sober and working at the Salvation Army centre where he once tried to rob, Daniel Roy hopes his story will serve as an example of how compassion can be used to tackle crime and social problems throughout B.C.
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After 235 encounters with RCMP in 1 year, compassion helped end this man's life of crime

Now two years sober and working at the Salvation Army centre where he once tried to rob, Daniel Roy hopes his story will serve as an example of how compassion can be used to tackle crime and social problems throughout B.C.

Ontarians with full and part-time jobs increasingly using food banks: report

The organization overseeing Ontario's food banks says residents with full and part-time jobs are increasingly reaching out for help to put food on their tables.
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Ontarians with full and part-time jobs increasingly using food banks: report

The organization overseeing Ontario's food banks says residents with full and part-time jobs are increasingly reaching out for help to put food on their tables.

Pilot of deadly plane crash in Alberta had expired student permit

The Transportation Safety Board says a pilot of a small plane that crashed in southeastern Alberta, killing all three people on board, had an expired student pilot permit.
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Pilot of deadly plane crash in Alberta had expired student permit

The Transportation Safety Board says a pilot of a small plane that crashed in southeastern Alberta, killing all three people on board, had an expired student pilot permit.

La Loche school shooter seeks leave to appeal to Supreme Court: lawyer

The lawyer for a young man who shot and killed four people in a school and in a home in northern Saskatchewan is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to reconsider his adult sentence.
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La Loche school shooter seeks leave to appeal to Supreme Court: lawyer

The lawyer for a young man who shot and killed four people in a school and in a home in northern Saskatchewan is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to reconsider his adult sentence.

Talks to avert Ontario high school strike 'not looking good' hours before deadline

Ontario's public high school teachers have begun preparations for a one-day province-wide strike, even as the negotiators work to carve out a new contract to avert the job action.
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Talks to avert Ontario high school strike 'not looking good' hours before deadline

Ontario's public high school teachers have begun preparations for a one-day province-wide strike, even as the negotiators work to carve out a new contract to avert the job action.

Toyota, Lexus owners warned about thefts that use 'relay attacks'

Security experts are warning owners of Toyota and Lexus vehicles not to rely on their automobile's anti-theft system following a rash of brazen thefts across the Ottawa region.
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Toyota, Lexus owners warned about thefts that use 'relay attacks'

Security experts are warning owners of Toyota and Lexus vehicles not to rely on their automobile's anti-theft system following a rash of brazen thefts across the Ottawa region.

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