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A Northern Pen hunter says the moose population has dropped dramatically — and what's left seem to be sick. [Read More]
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A provincial commission of inquiry says Quebec needs better legislation to protect journalists from police surveillance techniques. [Read More]
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Ontario adolescents are drinking, smoking and using cannabis and other recreational drugs at the lowest rates since the late 1970s. [Read More]
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According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the probiotic ingredients market... [Read More]
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Every Quebec elementary and high school student will receive mandatory sex ed, integrated into their current classes, as of next September, Couillard confirmed to La... [Read More]
Co-accused Dellen Millard is calling for a mistrial at the Laura Babcock murder trial in Toronto, where he is acting as his own lawyer and... [Read More]
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The Supreme Court of Canada will hear a Crown appeal of a lower court decision that ruled as unconstitutional the mandatory minimum sentence of one... [Read More]
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Millard, who is representing himself, says the lawyer of his co-accused, Mark Smich, crossed the line in his closing address to the jury when he... [Read More]
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A man accused of killing a former lover and burning her body is seeking a mistrial as the jury continues to deliberate on a verdict. [Read More]
The girl said she was left traumatised and upset... [Read More]
After difficult half-year in St. Paul's awaiting two new lungs, Delta man with cystic fibrosis returns — as a staffperson spending his nights listening. [Read More]
Law expected to reduce lengthy Amtrak delays at border crossing, among other efficiencies. [Read More]
Household debt in Canada rose to a fresh record in the third quarter, likely fueling increased concern about consumers' ability to handle higher rates. Meanwhile,... [Read More]
Canadian home sales rebounded in November and posted their first year-over-year gain since March, or around the same time authorities implemented measures aimed at curbing... [Read More]
Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged a series of texts calling US President a 'loathsome human'... [Read More]
A survivor the Sixties Scoop who now lives in Thunder Bay, Ont., says more victims of the forced relocation of Indigenous children need to be... [Read More]
New research is finding that what's unique about those who live to 100 and beyond is the ability of these 'supercentenarians' to sidestep much of... [Read More]
Geoffrey Puxon Barnes, 50, was arrested in a business on the Bedford Highway last week. [Read More]
900 CE), alongside Tikal in... [Read More]
Two models are curvier, and there is a ton of racial diversity too. [Read More]
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