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Calgary police officer in stable condition after severe injury during mall attack

 A Calgary police officer is listed in stable condition after he was severely injured during a struggle with a suspect.The incident occurred yesterday afternoon at

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Butcher Uses Work Knifes To Dismember Drug Dealer

Mississippi is set on Wednesday to execute a grocery store butcher found guilty of dismembering his drug dealer with knives taken from work and then

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If the NHL playoffs started today...

With the NHL's regular season winding down, the jockeying for Stanley Cup playoff positions becomes more intense. Here's how the matchups would look if the post-season

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Gushue's last-end steal gives Canada win over Italy

After a win that felt like an escape, Brad Gushue was thinking about bubbles and how to get in one.The Canadian skip felt lucky to

Canada's Commonwealth Games team looks to build Olympic momentum

For Canadian athletes, the path to Tokyo 2020 runs straight through Australia's Gold Coast.The 2018 Commonwealth Games begin on Wednesday Down Under and, for the 283

Pool parties and curling — Vegas proving not your average bonspiel

LAS VEGAS — To get to the Orleans Arena where the men's world curling championship is taking place, players, coaches and fans have to pass

The game will miss Henrik and Daniel Sedin

The game will miss Henrik and Daniel Sedin.The Vancouver Canucks greats announced on Monday they will retire together after the Canucks' final regular-season game in Edmonton against

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U.S. Navy Recover 19,000lbs of Marijuana Dumped In Ocean

Now that's what you call sea weed. The U.S. navy said Tuesday it recovered nearly 19,000 lbs. of marijuana that three boats had dumped off the

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Here's what science says about coffee and cancer risks

Trouble is brewing for coffee lovers in California, where a judge ruled that sellers must post scary warnings about cancer risks. But how frightened should

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Dozens urged to see doctor after needle mistakenly reused at Scarborough health fair

Toronto public health officials are urging up to 30 people to see a doctor after a needle was "not consistently changed" during diabetes testing at

Man drops 326 pounds after needing two plane seats in evacuation from Fort McMurray fire

His weight got in the way of someone escaping the Fort McMurray wildfire and Tony Bussey, 43, vowed that would never happen again.He dropped 326

Online shaming by parents a form of bullying, parenting expert says

It might be called the "shame game" — a parent embarrassing a child on social media as a way of disciplining them for bad behaviour with

The ethical minefield of 'mind reading' by recording brain activity

In a small room tucked away at the University of Toronto, Professor Dan Nemrodov is pulling thoughts right out of people's brains.He straps a hat

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Parliament resumes with government facing tough choices, stagnant economy

Opposition plans to attack Justin Trudeau's government on spending and tax as daunting challenges loom Now for the hard part.After 10 months of a prolonged honeymoon,

Liberal MPs handed out 1,447 cheques worth $7.8 billion

MPs return to the House of Commons on Monday, officially ending their summer of spending, a summer that saw government MPs hand out cheques for

Canadians want electoral reform

Canadians want electoral reform, but preferred options are unclear: survey When it comes to electoral reform, Canadians are relatively certain about two things – they want

Liberal politicians back away from setting tougher carbon targets

The Liberal government isn't going to update the Conservatives' carbon emission targets, despite calling them unambitious, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says.In an interview with Evan

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Maybe tomorrow? A look at some Canadian series due for a comeback

TORONTO - Television's reboot resurgence continues unabated with an animated take on the Canadian comedy "Corner Gas" about to join the recent return of "Roseanne,"

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What's new on Netflix Canada, CraveTV in April

A monthly look at what's scheduled to be added to the catalogues of streaming services Netflix Canada and CraveTV:TOP PICKSA film that many thought was

1 in 4 anglophone Canadians have no TV subscription, over half use Netflix: report

TORONTO - One in four anglophone Canadians have cut the cord or are so-called "cord nevers" and don't pay for a traditional TV service, while

Steven Bochco, creator of 'Hill Street Blues,' dies at 74

LOS ANGELES - Steven Bochco, a writer and producer known for creating the groundbreaking police drama "Hill Street Blues," died Sunday. He was 74. A

Saskatoon-born makeup artist Geralyn Wraith dies

TORONTO - To many in the Canadian film and TV industry, makeup artist Geralyn Wraith was like a beloved member of the family, a close

Canadian actress Mimi Kuzyk remembers Steven Bochco's kindness and compromise

TORONTO - "Hill Street Blues" creator Steven Bochco, who died Sunday at the age of 74, built a legacy as a rule-breaker with big network

Catherine Tait to become CBC president, the first woman to hold role

OTTAWA - The federal government is making a Canadian television and film executive the first woman to head the CBC/Radio-Canada in the organization's history.Heritage Minister

TV loses a visionary showrunner

Despite the respectful, nostalgic nods that are occasionally afforded to television’s long-ago, black-and-white past, there is simply no disputing that we — the binge-watching, Netflix-and-chilling,

'I'm back': Schwarzenegger recovering from heart surgery

Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is in stable condition after undergoing heart surgery in Los Angeles.The Terminator star, who is 70, had a

Hundreds line Cambridge streets to honour Stephen Hawking

The life of renowned physicist and author Stephen Hawking was celebrated Saturday in the English city of Cambridge, with hundreds of well-wishers lining the streets

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