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Education Minister Marie Malavoy Wants To Trim English Classes, Boost Sovereignty Studies

Quebec's education minister is rejecting accusations she's trying to politicize the province's school system with her plan to cut back English classes and augment studies

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Afghans resettled in Canada nearly double original estimate

A special program to offer a new life in Canada to people who acted as interpreters for Canadian soldiers and diplomats in Afghanistan — sometimes

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Justin Bresaw, suspect in deadly Quebec house fire arrested in Florida

Justin Bresaw, the man wanted in connection with a house fire and the death of three people, has been arrested in Florida.The fire took place

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Man Loses Transplant Coverage Because Wife Collecting Employment Insurance

A young Ontario father who suffers from kidney disease and needs a transplant has found out the drug benefits he lost because his wife is

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Wayne Alan Cunningham, Chained-teen suspect may have died from lack of insulin

The family of one of the suspects accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old boy and chaining him up in a Nova Scotia house says he

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Prominent columnist of one of Canada’s largest newspapers accused of plagiarism

One of Canada’s largest newspapers is changing the way its public oversight editor operates after plagiarism allegations leveled against a high-profile columnist grew into a

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Patricia Hung , mom of murdered teen begs NBC to stop reenactment

The mother of a murdered teenager is calling on the media to respect her family's privacy despite her very public campaign to stop an American

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Karen Klein, bullied bus monitor gets $700k raised by Toronto man

A Toronto man's campaign to give an American grandmother a vacation from a workplace in which she was tyrannized by teenage bullies ended Tuesday with

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford chooses football over committee meeting

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford skipped five and a half hours of a meeting of the executive committee that he chairs on Monday in order to

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Pauline Marois: There are better ways to serve democracy

Midway through the Quebec election campaign, Pauline Marois announced that a Parti Quebecois government would pass a law that would prevent Quebecers from running for

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