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Two people arrested after police find gun, meth, bolt cutters

A speeding car led police to seize drugs and weapons early Saturday morning. Two people were arrested after police pulled over a Dodge Neon whose driver

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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

Police seeking public's help finding man wanted in connection with Yonge-Eglinton sexual assaults

Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man wanted in connection with a series of sexual assaults at Yonge and Eglinton. According to

Ontario's police watchdog to investigate death of man in Brampton

Ontario's police watchdog is investigating the death of a 34-year-old man who fell from a Brampton apartment building. The Special Investigations Unit said in a release that

Man shot in the leg seeks help from Toronto firefighters

Toronto Fire Services say a man who suffered a gunshot wound asked for help from firefighters who happened to be in the area of the

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5 things we learned from Canada's Game 1 win

The Canadians edged Team Europe with a 3-1 win in Game 1 of the best-of-three World Cup of Hockey final on Tuesday night in Toronto. Here

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Who is Blue Jays' best option as wild-card starter?

It's a fun, nervous, exciting and tense final week of the regular season for Blue Jays fans as their team sits atop the American League

Champions League: Arsenal shuts out Basel

Theo Walcott's first-half goals and Alexis Sanchez's boundless energy helped Arsenal to a straightforward 2-0 win over Basel in the Champions League on Wednesday. Walcott opened

Sidney Crosby cementing place as 'best player of his generation'

Sidney Crosby has been surrounded by the best hockey players on the planet at the World Cup of Hockey, and still seems as if he

Freddie Freeman pushes hit streak to 30 games

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Nutritious to who? Northerners say food subsidy program needs overhaul

People in Nunavut's capital say the Nutrition North program needs a complete overhaul, since it's not keeping people from going hungry and it's not lowering

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Staring at mobile phones strains necks, chiropractors warn

Chiropractors in Windsor-Essex are sounding the alarm over a condition called text neck, which comes after people repeatedly turn their heads down to look at their cellphones. Just

Zika outbreak: Miami-Dade releases 5 positive mosquito trap locations

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'Significant increase' noted in syphilis cases, Toronto Public Health says

Toronto Public Health says it is aware of a "significant increase" in the number of infectious syphilis cases reported in the city last year and in

Premiers send Trudeau letter demanding meeting on health care

Provincial and territorial premiers have written to Justin Trudeau to seek a firm commitment from the prime minister for a meeting on health-care funding before

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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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National Arts Centre raising $25M to fund new works

Think of it as venture capital for the arts world: that's what the National Arts Centre says about its new $25 million fundraising campaign, which

Once jailed for fraud, Garth Drabinsky is planning a comeback on Broadway

Disgraced producer Garth Drabinsky, who served time in prison for fraud and forgery, is plotting his Broadway comeback.  The vehicle is a musical based on the 1988 Shirley MacLaine film

Court bans publication of Pippa Middleton's hacked iCloud photos

A British judge on Wednesday banned the publication of stolen photographs of Pippa Middleton after allegations that 3,000 personal images were taken in a hacking

Muslim journalist Noor Tagouri poses in a hijab for Playboy

Playboy is featuring a woman wearing a hijab for the first time in the October issue.  The magazine includes an interview with 22-year-old Libyan American journalist Noor Tagouri, who's

Shomi failed content contest

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Actor Gordon Pinsent receives Stratford Festival's Legacy Award

Christopher Plummer has plenty of love for Gordon Pinsent. The Oscar winner hailed Pinsent as a "complete original" in a tribute to the Canadian acting legend

Bruce Springsteen memoir Born to Run takes readers on riveting ride

Bruce Springsteen's life is now officially an open book. The autobiography Born to Run takes readers on a riveting ride through the everyman rock star's deeply lived

Actors Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber separate after 11 years together

Actors Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber are splitting up after 11 years together, the couple said in a statement on Monday. "The best way forward for

Something 'just not sitting right' in death investigation of Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook

An Ottawa police unit that normally investigates confirmed homicides is looking into "suspicious elements" of Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook's death. The body of the 47-year-old artist was found

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