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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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Olympic sports roundup: Virtue & Moir lead Canadian medal haul

It was a jam-packed weekend of high-performance sport around the world, including medals for Canadians in sports ranging from figure skating to freestyle skiing to

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5 things we learned in the NHL last week: Crosby goes 0 to 1,000 real quick

Another week of the NHL season has come and gone, but not without teaching us a few lessons along the way. Here's a look back at

NHL trade deadline: Doan, Iginla hope for one more shot at the Cup

Two of the more compelling players who may change addresses before the NHL trade deadline next Wednesday are veteran forwards Shane Doan and Jarome Iginla. Both

Ontario curling dads soak up another Scotties

ST. CATHARINES, ONT. — High above the curling sheets in the last row of seats at the Meridian Centre you'll find Craig Homan and Art Miskew

Marcus Stroman says he can do better for Blue Jays in 2017

Marcus Stroman wasn't as consistent as he wanted to be in his first full season in the major leagues last year. So the Blue Jays right-hander

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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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How to improve the 'health literacy' of parents caring for kids with chronic kidney disease

Even well-educated parents may struggle to comprehend how to manage their child's medications and tests to prevent relapses of a chronic disease, according to Canadian specialists. Children

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Feds investigating as B.C. oyster norovirus outbreak spreads

An outbreak of norovirus linked to B.C.-harvested oysters is now under federal investigation. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) says it has taken on a

How table salt developed at U of T is saving millions of lives in India

When Levente Diosady was tasked two decades ago with finding a way to add iron into the diets of people in developing countries and save millions

Stuart McLean's death could help boost melanoma awareness, experts say

In the shock and mourning of Stuart McLean's death, two skin cancer experts see a positive side to his battle with melanoma and the profound

Donating body to science 'the last best thing,' says prof

Hundreds of people in Canada know what's going to happen to them after they die: they're going back to school. They've arranged to give their body

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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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Brad Oswald's TV picks of the week

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No 'Jersey Shore' redux; beach town wary of new reality show

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TVO says it will continue to operate 8 transmitters it planned to decommission

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Slow-boil mystery shows some promise

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Rink experience at home

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Martin Sheen on relating to 'Anne of Green Gables' story for YTV films

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Hot sauce and hope for Conan O'Brien in Mexico

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Graphic artist turns talent toward sharing Algonquin language

A graphic artist is turning his talent towards getting more people speaking the Algonquin language — using Twitter to share illustrations of simple Algonquin words. Originally

Remembering Stuart: What everyday act of an ordinary person in your community do you think should be honoured?

Sunday February 19, 2017 The death of Stuart McLean brought forth an outpouring of love for the man, his stories, and his approach to life. In

James Brown's 'Funky Drummer' Clyde Stubblefield dead at 73

Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer for James Brown who created one of the most widely sampled drum breaks ever, died Saturday. He was 73. His wife, Jody

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