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St. Michael's College School cancels basketball, football seasons amid sex assault scandal

St. Michael's

A prestigious Toronto private school rocked by allegations of assault and sexual assault by students has cancelled several sports programs.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 16:23:44 EST

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Trudeau names four new senators — including a failed Liberal candidate

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named four more people to the Senate, filling all its remaining vacancies.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 12:59:19 EST

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7-day holiday work weeks highlight pay disparity between urban, rural mail carriers

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Some Canada Post employees are working seven days a week to clear a six-million-parcel backlog, but they aren't all earning the same kind of pay for working overtime.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 18:20:04 EST

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Total number of new mortgages slumped in second quarter, says CMHC


Rising interest rates and slower income and population growth helped temper demand for new mortgages in the second quarter, according to Canada Mortgage Housing Corp.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 15:17:15 EST

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Ford government aiming to slash size of public service through voluntary departures

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The Ontario government is aiming to cut the size of public service in the province through voluntary departures, CBC News has learned.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 19:26:04 EST

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'We're running out of time': Canada under pressure to step up at global climate conference


The Canadian government is under intense pressure to fill a leadership void as countries try to hammer out how they will hold themselves accountable for implementing the Paris climate-change accord.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 20:04:07 EST

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Everything you need to know about Huawei, Meng Wanzhou and her possible extradition

Meng Wanzhou

A global firestorm was set off with the arrest of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. As she awaits extradition hearings on $10 million bail, CBC answers some frequently asked questions about the case.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 18:57:19 EST

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Iqaluit city council considering curfew for youth in new year

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The City of Iqaluit is exploring the idea of a curfew for kids in the Nunavut capital, at the request of one of its councillors.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 15:07:15 EST

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Heart defect doesn't stop Ontario teen from becoming prime minister for a day


Aiden Anderson is seeing his wish come true; he became Prime Minister for a day Wednesday in Ottawa.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 18:44:17 EST

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'Who decides whether you're dead?': Ontario court case could prove precedent-setting

Taquisha McKitty

The family of Taquisha McKitty will argue in the Ontario Court of Appeal Wednesday that she's still breathing and alive, even though a lower court has declared her dead.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Humboldt Broncos parent, others applaud changes to bus crash intersection

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The Saskatchewan government is promising to install rumble strips, lights, signs and road markers at the site where the Humboldt Broncos bus collided with a transport truck.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 13:59:50 EST

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Sexual assault victims of ex-ski coach Bertrand Charest sue Alpine Canada

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Three sexual assault victims of former ski coach Bertrand Charest are suing Alpine Canada, alleging the sports federation turned a blind eye to signs of wrongdoing.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 11:51:25 EST

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Why Rachel Notley's refinery pitch won't solve the oilpatch's problem

Notley wants new refinery

Alberta's premier wants to see a new oil refinery built in the province. But experts say Alberta already has more refinery capacity than it needs and the biggest problem facing the province's oilpatch remains unsolved — a lack of export pipeline space.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Edward Downey pins murders of Calgary woman and her daughter on two other men

Edward Downey

Edward Downey's lawyer says his client did go to Sara Baillie's home the morning she was killed but "he did not arrive alone," and when he left, the victim's five-year-old was still alive.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 12:08:39 EST

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Mark Norman's defence team accuses Crown of holding back documents

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The lawyer for the military’s former second-in-command accused the Crown today of deliberately withholding vital notes in the breach of trust case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 12:20:29 EST

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NDP wants RCMP to probe allegation Ford's office asked OPP for 'camper-type vehicle'

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NDP Leader Andrea Horwath calls on the RCMP to investigate an allegation that Ontario Premier Doug Ford's office asked the provincial police force to buy him a "camper-type vehicle."

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 11:49:24 EST

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40 groups ask Catherine McKenna to retain 'stringent' pollution standards for automakers


A group of 40 organizations, including a General Motors car dealership in Guelph, says Canada needs to keep tough vehicle pollution standards and move towards a zero-emission vehicle strategy regardless of what the U.S. may do.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 15:15:25 EST

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NHL totem poles called 'blatant cultural appropriation' pulled from some stores

NHL totems

Decorative totem poles featuring hockey-themed figures and logos for teams including the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs have been removed from shelves at nine Lawtons drugstore locations in Nova Scotia.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 09:47:07 EST

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Winnipeg woman imprisoned for concealing remains of 6 infants was trying to preserve them, lawyer says

Andrea Giesbrecht

A Winnipeg woman convicted of keeping the remains of six infants in a storage locker was preserving the bodies — not trying to get rid of them, her defence lawyer argued during an appeal hearing Wednesday morning.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 05:00:00 EST

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'Racist attitudes' contributed to poor Indigenous death investigations by Thunder Bay police, report says

Gerry McNeilly, the Ontario Independent Police Review Director

Ontario's independent police watchdog says systemic racism exists throughout the Thunder Bay Police Service, and that the "inadequacy" of at least nine investigations into the deaths of Indigenous people over the past several years was "so problematic" that they should be reopened.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018 11:00:00 EST

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