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Brentwood victims' families issue joint statement

Calgary Herald - ‎2 hours ago‎
The families of the five victims stabbed to death in the worst mass killing in Calgary's history have come together to support one another as they await answers in Tuesday's unfathomable tragedy.
Text of statement given by the families of the five Calgary mass-murder victims
Families of Brentwood Victims' Issue Joint Statement
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Charges over alleged death threats against Rehtaeh Parsons' dad

Toronto Star - ‎45 minutes ago‎
HALIFAX—Police in Halifax have charged a young man accused of making death threats against the father of Rehtaeh Parsons. Police won't disclose the name of the alleged victim or of the 19-year-old accused, who has yet to appear in court.
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Security footage shows brazen dog-napping of 10-month-old French bulldog ...

The Province
36 minutes ago
Written by
Stephanie Ip
A woman is seen in security footage walking out with a French bulldog owned by one of the operators of The Fall Tattooing in Vancouver.
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Jailed Egyptian-Canadian's spirits 'lifted' after learning of family's meeting with ...

CTV News - ‎5 hours ago‎
An Egyptian-Canadian journalist currently detained in a Cairo prison was "encouraged" to learn from his family that Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is closely following his case and calling for his release.
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Canada to allow Sikh kirpans in its embassies and missions abroad

Vancouver Sun - ‎Apr 18, 2014‎
Eight years after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that kirpans - the ceremonial daggers worn by those of the Sikh faith - could be safely brought into schools under certain conditions, they will now be allowed into all Canadian embassies and missions ...
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Doug Ford, firefighters union clash over fire truck

Toronto Star - ‎58 minutes ago‎
Councillor Doug Ford is raising the heat in a battle with the president of Toronto's firefighters association after the union criticized Mayor Rob Ford's use of a fire truck at his recent re-election campaign launch at the same time fire services in the city are being ...
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New Brunswick floodwaters drop more than a metre overnight

Toronto Star - ‎42 minutes ago‎
PERTH-ANDOVER, N.B.—Some residents in this northwest New Brunswick village were advised on Saturday to stay away from their homes for at least one more night, even as water levels receded.
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Ready for their claws-up: Why cats are becoming art-world darlings

The Globe and Mail - ‎6 hours ago‎
Dogs may be the public face of the pet world, but cats have proved to be the real stars. The Internet has brought these once-aloof creatures out of the shadows and helped them shed an image problem dating back to the days of witches and broomsticks.
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The House: What's next in the Duffy-Wright affair?

CBC.ca - ‎4 hours ago‎
The RCMP confirmed this week it will not pursue charges against Nigel Wright, the prime minister's former chief of staff, over a $90,000 payment he made to cover Senator Mike Duffy's ineligible expenses.
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Anti-Semitic, racist graffiti found on Ottawa bridge

CTV News - ‎1 hour ago‎
Ottawa police are investigating after racist and anti-Semitic messages were spray painted under a bridge just west of downtown Ottawa.
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Garage fire rips through Scarborough townhouse

CTV News - ‎3 hours ago‎
Fire crews are working to control a two-alarm blaze that broke out in the garage of a Scarborough townhouse on Saturday morning. Firefighters were called to 261 Morrish Road, near Old Kingston Road, at 10:15 a.m.
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Woman dies after dad hits her trying to park car near Ottawa hospital

CBC.ca - ‎4 hours ago‎
A 54-year-old woman has died after her father, trying to park the car, struck her near The Ottawa Hospital's Civic campus Saturday morning.
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Farmer rescues stuck bus near Canora

News Talk 650 CKOM - ‎15 minutes ago‎
It was almost a typical Saskatchewan scene on Friday night after a Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus got stuck on a snowy, icy highway near Canora.

Pinoys abused in controversial Canadian migrant worker program - report

GMA News - ‎11 hours ago‎
Filipino migrant workers in British Columbia, Canada are exposed to abuse under a work program that has supposedly become discriminatory towards unemployed Canadians and subjects migrants to conditions that have been described as modern-day ...
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John Tory unveils traffic plan for Toronto

CBC.ca - ‎Apr 17, 2014‎
Mayoral candidate John Tory is looking to add more bus lanes, make better use of transit technology, and to hand out more parking tickets during rush hour in order to reduce traffic congestion around Toronto.
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Coleman wins by default after Barry withdraws from PC leadership race

The Telegram - ‎3 hours ago‎
Frank Coleman will be the province's next premier, after his rival PC party leadership contender stunned the political world by dropping out of the race without notice.
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2 men charged after alleged road racing in Barrie, Ont.

CBC.ca - ‎3 hours ago‎
Two men are facing charges after an alleged road race in Barrie, Ont., Friday night, according to police. The police force says the officers were on patrol Friday night when two "matching vehicles" allegedly racing each other blew right by them at more than 100 ...
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Two people injured in Etobicoke apartment fire

CTV News - ‎Apr 18, 2014‎
A man and woman have been taken to hospital following an apartment fire in Etobicoke late Friday morning. Firefighters were called after a two-alarm fire broke out on the 11th floor of a high-rise building on Humber Boulevard and Weston Road just after ...
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Opinion: Couillard is going to have a harder time of it in 2018

Montreal Gazette - ‎Apr 18, 2014‎
Although he has not requested it, I happily provide Quebec's new premier with some advice and, unusually for a lawyer, do so at no charge.

Unionized teachers to begin 'low-level' job action on Wednesday

Times Colonist - ‎21 hours ago‎
B.C.'s teachers will start “low-level” job action on Wednesday after serving 72-hour notice, a step that won't affect classes or school sports.

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