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Metropolitan Police counterterrorism chief revised the death toll from five to four, including the attacker, the police officer and two civilians. [Read More]
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People on the Avalon Peninsula will have some heavy snow to shovel Thursday morning, after 10-15 cm rapidly fell on the region over a four-hour period overnight. [Read More]
US Treasury officials are apparently investigating the offshore financial activities of Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort. [Read More]
Royal Bank of Canada is the largest Canadian bank by market capitalization. During 2016, the stock appreciated by 20% and so far this year, it has accumulated a... [Read More]
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Teaching money skills expected to become part of mandatory careers course by fall of 2018. Education Minister Mitzie Hunter to outline plan Thursday. [Read More]
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Donald Trump's first piece of major legislation doesn't provide much tax relief for the white working-class voters who supported him. [Read More]
Today is the deadline for Ottawa police inspectors to submit information about gloves issued to officers for on-duty use, including the type of reinforced gloves that are central to a provincial probe into the death of an Ottawa man. [Read More]
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As Americans get sadder and more divided, Canada's finance minister is waiting to follow Trump's lead. He missed a chance with his budget to start making Canadians as happy as Scandinavians. [Read More]
A bird flu outbreak that has resulted in the euthanasia of more than 200,000 animals in three Southern U.S. states already is America's worst since 2015 an... [Read More]
ABC7 News and Weather online for Southwest Florida, serving Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Desoto, Glades and Hendry counties... [Read More]
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A surge of refugees is leaving America for Canada as they look for a more secure future. Refugees are quickly vetted by border agents and given access to shelter, health care and a work permit. [Read More]
More than 1,000 asylum seekers have journeyed on foot through snow and icy river to cross border in remote areas unregulated by pact that bars refugee claims... [Read More]
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The U.S. retreat from moral responsibility has handed Trudeau a 'Pearsonian opportunity' to direct a global response to the crisis... [Read More]
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Deb Hope's struggle with securing housing in Toronto shows the mental health toll of Toronto's skyrocketing housing market and is one part of CBC Toronto's special No Fixed Address series. [Read More]
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The City of Toronto plans to overhaul how it governs towing companies — an industry plagued with illegal kickbacks given to drivers who take damaged vehicles to a particular garage. [Read More]
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Throughout Toronto, tens of thousands of people are precariously housed, which could mean living in a place that's in a state of disrepair, or living in a spot that's overcrowded or unaffordable. And experts say it could also mean living on the edge of being homeless. [Read More]
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As Americans get sadder and more divided, Canada's finance minister is waiting to follow Trump's lead. He missed a chance with his budget to start making Canadians as happy as Scandinavians. [Read More]
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Many Canadians who have undergone fertility treatments or turned to assisted reproductive technologies over the past 10 years are now eligible for a tax deduction as a result of Finance Minister Bill Morneau's new budget. [Read More]
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The death of 15-year-old Ileen Kooneeliusie from TB in January raises questions about how a person living in a territory with a high incidence of tuberculosis could not be diagnosed in time to save her. [Read More]
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The country's highest court will rule today on whether the New Brunswick Court of Appeal made a mistake by denying Dennis Oland bail while he was waiting to appeal his second-degree murder conviction. [Read More]
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