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Tropical Storm Andrea Picks Up Strength

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Rosemarie Surakka: B.C. Mother Wins Fight Over Slain Daughter's Charter Rights

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Elections Canada Letters Put Speaker Andrew Scheer in the Hot Seat

Commons Speaker Andrew Scheer is in the hot seat over his decision to withhold letters sent to him two weeks ago about two Conservative MPs... Full story 4 comments

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper is wrong in saying that police investigations, not a national inquiry, are the best way to deal with crimes involving missing ...

Jays manager Gibbons says team can return to May-like tear

The Toronto Blue Jays were one of the most feared teams in baseball through May and early June. They need to regain that form to have ...

Harper's comments on missing, murdered aboriginal women 'outrageous,' Wynne says

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is wrong in saying that police investigations, not a national inquiry, are the best way to deal with crimes involving missing ...

Former Arizona judge charged with smuggling guns into Canada

A former Arizona judge who had to resign in disgrace was allegedly caught with two handguns at the U.S.-Canada border. Markel Kay Chiles, 56, was arrested ...

'I thought a train derailed': Car crashes through family's living room

A 25-year-old woman has been charged after allegedly slamming her vehicle through an Oshawa, Ont., family's living room and fleeing from the scene. Cory Gallacher's wife ...

'I thought a train derailed': Car crashes through family's living room

A 25-year-old woman has been charged after allegedly slamming her vehicle through an Oshawa, Ont., family's living room and fleeing from the scene. Cory Gallacher's wife ...

Ujiri, Leiweke view Raptors training facility as basketball "mecca"

Masai Ujiri and Tim Leiweke envision a training facility that will be both the talk of the NBA and a home to young Canadian players ...