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'Keep your English,' yells Montreal Alouettes player after winning Grey Cup

Montreal may have won the Grey Cup, but that didn't stop an emotional Alouettes player from criticizing what he believes was a lack of French during the game.

'Happy tears' of victim's sister after prison attack on serial killer Robert Pickton

Cynthia Cardinal said she was 'overwhelmed' with happiness when she received a text message on Monday with the news that serial killer Robert Pickton, who murdered her sister, was attacked in prison. She called it 'karma.'
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'Happy tears' of victim's sister after prison attack on serial killer Robert Pickton

Cynthia Cardinal said she was 'overwhelmed' with happiness when she received a text message on Monday with the news that serial killer Robert Pickton, who murdered her sister, was attacked in prison. She called it 'karma.'

Indian international students most likely to live in unsuitable housing, StatCan says

A new Statistics Canada report finds international students were more likely to live in unsuitable housing in 2021 than Canadian-born students.
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Indian international students most likely to live in unsuitable housing, StatCan says

A new Statistics Canada report finds international students were more likely to live in unsuitable housing in 2021 than Canadian-born students.

Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, 18% are boycotting Loblaw: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians feel that inflation at the grocery store is getting worse, a new poll suggests, even as food inflation has been steadily cooling.
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Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, 18% are boycotting Loblaw: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians feel that inflation at the grocery store is getting worse, a new poll suggests, even as food inflation has been steadily cooling.

'On the edge of failing': Most of Canada gets a 'D' on poverty report cards

Poverty and food insecurity have worsened in most of Canada in the past year and most provincial governments aren't doing enough to address the problem, according to a just-released series of report cards.
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'On the edge of failing': Most of Canada gets a 'D' on poverty report cards

Poverty and food insecurity have worsened in most of Canada in the past year and most provincial governments aren't doing enough to address the problem, according to a just-released series of report cards.

Woman found dead in Lake Ontario in 2017 matches identity of missing person in Switzerland

Genetic genealogy has helped Toronto police identify a woman who was found dead in Lake Ontario in 2017.
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Woman found dead in Lake Ontario in 2017 matches identity of missing person in Switzerland

Genetic genealogy has helped Toronto police identify a woman who was found dead in Lake Ontario in 2017.

Thunderstorms with tornado risk in some areas in Ontario, snow elsewhere in Canada

Canadians can expect a mixed bag of weather, with forecasts warning of thunderstorms, heavy rain and snow in some areas across western Canada.
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Thunderstorms with tornado risk in some areas in Ontario, snow elsewhere in Canada

Canadians can expect a mixed bag of weather, with forecasts warning of thunderstorms, heavy rain and snow in some areas across western Canada.

Concerned UCalgary faculty, students write letter over 'brutal action' at protest

A group of concerned faculty, staff, students and alumni at the University of Calgary have written to the school's administration over its response to a protest held earlier this month.
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Concerned UCalgary faculty, students write letter over 'brutal action' at protest

A group of concerned faculty, staff, students and alumni at the University of Calgary have written to the school's administration over its response to a protest held earlier this month.

Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, two in five boycotting Loblaw: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians feel that inflation at the grocery store is getting worse, a new poll suggests, even as food inflation has been steadily cooling.
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Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, two in five boycotting Loblaw: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians feel that inflation at the grocery store is getting worse, a new poll suggests, even as food inflation has been steadily cooling.

'It hurts': First Nations leader says little change for women's safety since Pickton murders

An Indigenous leader in British Columbia says little has changed since the crimes of serial killer Robert Pickton, as community members reflect on news that he is in life-threatening condition after being attacked in prison.
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'It hurts': First Nations leader says little change for women's safety since Pickton murders

An Indigenous leader in British Columbia says little has changed since the crimes of serial killer Robert Pickton, as community members reflect on news that he is in life-threatening condition after being attacked in prison.

House of Commons committee should close loophole on MPs' travel, Liberal MP says

Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen is calling on the House of Commons to close a loophole that allowed MPs travelling to political party conventions to expense hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel costs in the past year.
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House of Commons committee should close loophole on MPs' travel, Liberal MP says

Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen is calling on the House of Commons to close a loophole that allowed MPs travelling to political party conventions to expense hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel costs in the past year.

London Drugs confirms it was victim of ransomware attack

Retailer London Drugs has confirmed Tuesday that cybercriminals have demanded a ransom for data that was taken in a cyberattack that took its stores offline for a week.
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London Drugs confirms it was victim of ransomware attack

Retailer London Drugs has confirmed Tuesday that cybercriminals have demanded a ransom for data that was taken in a cyberattack that took its stores offline for a week.

Coroner's inquest to probe overdose death of University of Victoria student

The B.C. government is asking universities to implement more drug safety measures after a coroner's inquest was called into the overdose death of an 18-year-old University of Victoria (UVic) student, after her parents accused campus security and a 911 operato
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Coroner's inquest to probe overdose death of University of Victoria student

The B.C. government is asking universities to implement more drug safety measures after a coroner's inquest was called into the overdose death of an 18-year-old University of Victoria (UVic) student, after her parents accused campus security and a 911 operator of failing to respond to help save her life.

Stolen septic truck swerves through traffic, spike belt needed to stop it: Manitoba RCMP

A 29-year-old woman has been charged after police say she stole a septic truck from a Manitoba community and drove erratically on the highway.
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Stolen septic truck swerves through traffic, spike belt needed to stop it: Manitoba RCMP

A 29-year-old woman has been charged after police say she stole a septic truck from a Manitoba community and drove erratically on the highway.

From AI running wild to collapsing ecosystems, government report outlines future disruptions

From artificial intelligence running wild to collapsing ecosystems, a new Canadian government report outlines 35 disruptions that could rattle the country in the near future.
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From AI running wild to collapsing ecosystems, government report outlines future disruptions

From artificial intelligence running wild to collapsing ecosystems, a new Canadian government report outlines 35 disruptions that could rattle the country in the near future.

Man charged with first-degree murder in Belleville homicide

A 30-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with an alleged homicide in a Belleville, Ont. home early Tuesday morning.
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Man charged with first-degree murder in Belleville homicide

A 30-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with an alleged homicide in a Belleville, Ont. home early Tuesday morning.

System failing growing number of seniors who are homeless, need more support: report

Shelters in Canada are not designed to meet the physical or mental health needs of the growing number of older adults who are homeless, a report released Tuesday says.
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System failing growing number of seniors who are homeless, need more support: report

Shelters in Canada are not designed to meet the physical or mental health needs of the growing number of older adults who are homeless, a report released Tuesday says.

Police in Ontario say suspects charged in armed home invasion near Toronto part of 'larger criminal network'

Police in Ontario say a group of suspects charged in an armed home invasion north of Toronto last year were driving a vehicle stolen in a carjacking in Calgary just one month earlier.
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Police in Ontario say suspects charged in armed home invasion near Toronto part of 'larger criminal network'

Police in Ontario say a group of suspects charged in an armed home invasion north of Toronto last year were driving a vehicle stolen in a carjacking in Calgary just one month earlier.

Feels like mid-30s in parts of Canada, while other areas expecting snow

Anything is possible this week, as far as Canada's weather is concerned, with forecasts ranging from scorching heat in some parts of the country to rain and snow in others.
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Feels like mid-30s in parts of Canada, while other areas expecting snow

Anything is possible this week, as far as Canada's weather is concerned, with forecasts ranging from scorching heat in some parts of the country to rain and snow in others.

Canada's inflation cools to 3-year low of 2.7%, in boost for rate cut bets

Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to a three-year low of 2.7 per cent in April, matching expectations, and core measures continued to ease, data showed on Tuesday, likely boosting chances of a June interest rate cut.
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Canada's inflation cools to 3-year low of 2.7%, in boost for rate cut bets

Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to a three-year low of 2.7 per cent in April, matching expectations, and core measures continued to ease, data showed on Tuesday, likely boosting chances of a June interest rate cut.

4 Indian nationals accused of killing B.C. Sikh activist to appear in court Tuesday

Four Indian nationals accused in the murder of British Columbia Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar are all due in court Tuesday.
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4 Indian nationals accused of killing B.C. Sikh activist to appear in court Tuesday

Four Indian nationals accused in the murder of British Columbia Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar are all due in court Tuesday.

Sarnia chemical plant appealing provincial order to reduce toxic emissions

A chemical plant in Sarnia, Ont., that has been shut down over benzene emissions says complying with certain conditions set out by the provincial government can't be done safely and will cost up to $50 million.
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Sarnia chemical plant appealing provincial order to reduce toxic emissions

A chemical plant in Sarnia, Ont., that has been shut down over benzene emissions says complying with certain conditions set out by the provincial government can't be done safely and will cost up to $50 million.

Federal panel lists 35 'plausible' future threats to Canada and the world

In a new report, a think-tank within Employment and Social Development Canada names 35 «plausible» global disruptions that could reshape Canada and the world in the near future.
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Federal panel lists 35 'plausible' future threats to Canada and the world

In a new report, a think-tank within Employment and Social Development Canada names 35 «plausible» global disruptions that could reshape Canada and the world in the near future.

'Time stopped for me': Witness describes aftermath of fatal boat crash

A resident of a home on a lake north of Kingston., Ont., where three people died into a boat crash is shaken after he and his brother were among the first to respond to the collision.
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'Time stopped for me': Witness describes aftermath of fatal boat crash

A resident of a home on a lake north of Kingston., Ont., where three people died into a boat crash is shaken after he and his brother were among the first to respond to the collision.

Ottawa is spending $1.7M for 10 new jobs at a pasta plant. Are these corporate subsidies worth it?

Some economists say recent government subsidies — which have ranged from $1.7 million for a Brampton, Ont., pasta plant, to billions in subsidies for EV plants — make little economic sense.
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Ottawa is spending $1.7M for 10 new jobs at a pasta plant. Are these corporate subsidies worth it?

Some economists say recent government subsidies — which have ranged from $1.7 million for a Brampton, Ont., pasta plant, to billions in subsidies for EV plants — make little economic sense.

Regina fire crews called in to rescue man trapped in garbage truck bucket

It was an unusual morning for Regina's Fire and Protective Services (RFPS) — a fire rescue team was called in to assist after a man became trapped in the bucket of a garbage truck.
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Regina fire crews called in to rescue man trapped in garbage truck bucket

It was an unusual morning for Regina's Fire and Protective Services (RFPS) — a fire rescue team was called in to assist after a man became trapped in the bucket of a garbage truck.

McGill says pro-Palestinian protest outside senior administrator's home 'crosses the line'

McGill University has denounced a pro-Palestinian protest held Sunday outside the home of one of its senior administrators.
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McGill says pro-Palestinian protest outside senior administrator's home 'crosses the line'

McGill University has denounced a pro-Palestinian protest held Sunday outside the home of one of its senior administrators.

Woman, 35, in critical condition after her truck collided with a Via Rail train near Montreal

A 35-year-old woman is in critical condition after the pick-up truck she was driving was struck by a Via Rail passenger train Monday morning in Quebec's Monteregie region.
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Woman, 35, in critical condition after her truck collided with a Via Rail train near Montreal

A 35-year-old woman is in critical condition after the pick-up truck she was driving was struck by a Via Rail passenger train Monday morning in Quebec's Monteregie region.

U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeal from former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by a Canadian-born former Guantanamo detainee who was seeking to wipe away his war crimes convictions, including for killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan.
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U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeal from former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by a Canadian-born former Guantanamo detainee who was seeking to wipe away his war crimes convictions, including for killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan.

Jury finds Andrei Donet guilty of second-degree murder in stabbing death of Montreal teen

A jury has found a 21-year-old man guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Montreal teenager Jannai Dopwell-Bailey outside his school in 2021.
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Jury finds Andrei Donet guilty of second-degree murder in stabbing death of Montreal teen

A jury has found a 21-year-old man guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Montreal teenager Jannai Dopwell-Bailey outside his school in 2021.

Investors watching posts from 'Crypto King' in the wake of fraud, money laundering charges

Former investors of the self-styled “Crypto King” say they are watching his social media accounts and worried his displays of wealth are signs he’s spending their money, even now, as another large expense tied to Aiden Pleterski has triggered a previous
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Investors watching posts from 'Crypto King' in the wake of fraud, money laundering charges

Former investors of the self-styled “Crypto King” say they are watching his social media accounts and worried his displays of wealth are signs he’s spending their money, even now, as another large expense tied to Aiden Pleterski has triggered a previously unreported lawsuit.

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