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18th Nov 2017 Thousands expected at memorial for fallen police officer in Abbotsford, B.C.
The streets of Abbotsford, B.C., will be lined with blue on Sunday as thousands of police officers from across the country and around the world march in remembrance of their slain colleague. ...

18th Nov 2017 Bill to end Ontario college strike expected to pass Sunday
A back-to-work bill that would end a strike by college faculty in Ontario appears on track to be pushed through the legislature on Sunday. ...

18th Nov 2017 Mothers send pictures of fentanyl victims to Justin Trudeau
A group of mothers across the country are sending their pictures of their loved ones who have died from fentanyl overdoses to the prime minister in an attempt to get the federal government to commit m...

18th Nov 2017 Slow start to fifth round of NAFTA talks in Mexico City
A source with direct knowledge of the NAFTA talks in Mexico City says about a dozen different topics have come up so far, with little movement following the first full day of discussions. ...

18th Nov 2017 Patricia's Dolls: photo essay honours Saint John's 'doll lady'
Patricia Garnett is known to many Saint Johners as "the doll lady." Her story is captured in an award-winning photo essay titled "Patricia's Dolls" by freelance photographer Chris Donovan. ...

18th Nov 2017 'I've switched to multi-partisan': Political supporters of all stripes buying Sask. Party memberships
Would you buy a membership to a political party you don?t usually support? That?s what several Saskatoon residents have been doing in the lead up to the Saskatchewan Party and NDP leadership elections...

18th Nov 2017 Western books ticket to Vanier Cup after decisive victory over Acadia
Quarterback Chris Merchant was 10-of-11 for 200 yards and two touchdowns passes to lead the Western Mustangs past the Acadia Axemen 81-3 on Saturday at the Uteck Bowl. ...

18th Nov 2017 Laval continues its dominance over Calgary in Mitchell Bowl win
Quarterback Hugo Richard threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns as the Laval Rouge et Or defeated the Calgary Dinos 35-23 on Saturday to win the Mitchell Bowl and advance to the U Sports national cham...

18th Nov 2017 'Stone cold killer': Video captures Joshua Frank confession
Joshua Frank, on trial in the deaths of three people, finally came face to face with 'Mr. Big' and confessed he murdered Gordon, Sandra and Monica Klaus in cold blood for money in a video played in co...

18th Nov 2017 Battle for the Grey Cup: Rider Nation heads to Toronto for CFL Eastern finals
Rider Nation is on its way to Toronto, and if the fandom has its way, the Argonauts will be facing a sea of green as the Saskatchewan Roughriders take them on to battle for a spot at the 2017 Grey Cup...

17th Nov 2017 Calgary mother gets 3 years in prison for son's strep death
A Calgary mother convicted in her son's "senseless" death after failing to take the bedridden seven-year-old to a doctor for his treatable strep infection was sentenced to three years in prison Friday...

18th Nov 2017 Shut out: Lack of sign language at concerts frustrates deaf Canadians
Deaf music fans in Canada say insufficient laws and lack of support leave them shut out when their favourite artists come to town. ...

18th Nov 2017 How a Facebook lie about Thunder Bay woman killed by trailer hitch spread
Tia Nicholaichuk said she was struck by how quickly the rumours spread on Facebook about Barbara Kentner, the Anishinaabe woman who died this summer after she was struck by a trailer hit thrown from a...

18th Nov 2017 MMIWG inquiry lacked family aftercare plan, HR staff, says fired health manager
Over a year into its mandate, the National Inquiry Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls has still not developed an aftercare protocol for participating families or created positions to deal...

17th Nov 2017 New hope stirs in northern Manitoba after Fairfax joins groups to buy Churchill railway
Communities along the flood-damaged railway to Churchill have renewed hope after it was announced a Toronto-based investment company will partner with two Manitoba groups in an effort to buy Omnitrax'...

18th Nov 2017 Charity with ties to Trudeau excluding Quebecers from contest
A high-profile Canadian charity with close ties to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife is excluding youth from Quebec, Trudeau?s home province, from a nationwide contest to win tickets to an ev...

17th Nov 2017 Bombardier hiring 1,000 to work on Global 7000 business jet
Bombardier is hiring about 1,000 workers in the Montreal area to work on its Global 7000 business aircraft program, the company said Friday. ...

17th Nov 2017 Documentary retraces Edmonton fur trader's past journeys in Canadian Arctic
Reels of 8-mm film, long forgotten in a dusty attic, inspired Hugh Kroetsch to retrace his steps through Canada?s High Arctic, in a father-and-son expedition nearly seven decades in the making. ...

17th Nov 2017 Alex Trebek, Tragically Hip receive Order of Canada
Alex Trebek and the surviving members of the Tragically Hip will receive the insignia of the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall Friday morning. ...

17th Nov 2017 Sketching for clues: Why some police forces still draw suspects
Sometimes a sketch is the only way police can provide the public with an image of a suspect. Saskatchewan police rely on their part-time forensic sketch artists to help create these images. ...

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