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TORONTO - The Ontario government has been ordered to pay four aboriginal people $390,000 after the prosecution decided at the last minute to withdraw illegal-logging charges the men had faced for eight years. In an unusual decision, Ontario court judge Romuald Kwolek found the…
02.24 / 17:07
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Toronto firefighters were called in early Friday to rescue a rescue dog that got stuck in the undercarriage of a car. District Chief Stephan Powell says the dog had been rescued from ill treatment and was with new owners, but got out of the house and onto the street. Powell says the dog…
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RBC grows first-quarter profit by 24 per cent to $3.03 billion; revenue…
02.24 / 17:05
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Logging charges withdrawn after 8 years: Aboriginal accused get…
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Auto parts giant Magna raises concerns about protectionist trade…
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OTTAWA – The federal government ran a budgetary shortfall of $14 billion over the first nine months of the fiscal year, compared with a $3.2-billion surplus over the same period a year earlier. The Finance Department’s monthly fiscal monitor says federal program expenses between April and December rose $16.7 billion, or 8.8 per cent, compared…
02.24 / 17:00
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Thousands of rail customers in the GTA are currently being affected by ongoing signal problems brought on by a power…
02.24 / 16:43
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Public health officials in Toronto say there are now 17 confirmed cases of mumps linked to bars in the city's…
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Ahead ofa weekend event in Toronto, the MP from Timmins is now listed as second candidate on the Elections Canada…
02.24 / 16:42
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Politicians must ease populist pressure or risk blow out:…
02.24 / 16:38
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Ottawa's deficit hits $14 billion nine months into 2016-17 fiscal…
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WINNIPEG -- Three levels of government re-announced Friday a $105 million combined investment for infrastructure projects in the city this year. © 2017. This article $105 Million to Repair Winnipeg Streets This Year appeared first on …
02.24 / 16:22
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“Trump’s name and brand have no more place on Vancouver’s skyline than his ignorant ideas have in the modern world,” said Vancouver’s mayor…
02.24 / 16:17
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TORONTO - Public health officials in Toronto say there are now 17 confirmed cases of mumps linked to bars in the city's downtown. Earlier this week, Toronto Public Health said they had been investigating 14 cases of the viral infection. Spokeswoman Lenore Bromley says the lab-confirmed…
02.24 / 16:15
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OTTAWA - The federal government ran a budgetary shortfall of $14 billion over the first nine months of the fiscal year, compared with a $3.2-billion surplus over the same period a year earlier. The Finance Department's monthly fiscal monitor says federal program expenses between April…
02.24 / 16:15
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FREDERICTON – A New Brunswick court has set aside a woman’s drug trafficking conviction after her trial was mistakenly conducted in French for no apparent reason. The provincial Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for Neisha Petitpas, who was convicted of possession of oxycodone and cocaine for the purpose of trafficking in October…
02.24 / 16:08
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FREDERICTON – A man left reeling by a child-sex conviction has been cleared after his step-granddaughter recanted, saying she was forced to make up the story by another family member. The New Brunswick Court of Appeal set aside the 2011 conviction of the man, who was sentenced to four months in prison and 18 months…
02.24 / 16:08
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OTTAWA — A surge in gasoline prices helped drive Canada's annual inflation rate well beyond expectations in January to 2.1 per cent — an increase that coincided with the implementation of new carbon-pricing policies in Ontario and Alberta. Statistics Canada said Friday the 6.3 per cent increase in transportation costs was the main contributor to the higher inflation rate, with gas prices spiking by 20.6 per cent across the country compared to the year before. The overall inflation reading l…
02.24 / 15:57
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FREDERICTON — A New Brunswick court has set aside a woman's drug trafficking conviction after her trial was mistakenly conducted in French for no apparent reason. The provincial Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for Neisha Petitpas, who was convicted of possession of oxycodone and cocaine for the purpose of trafficking in October 2014. The appeal ruling says that at her first court appearance, Petitpas clearly indicated through her counsel that she wanted to proceed in English. It say…
02.24 / 15:57
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FREDERICTON — A man left reeling by a child-sex conviction has been cleared after his step-granddaughter recanted, saying she was forced to make up the story by another family member. The New Brunswick Court of Appeal set aside the 2011 conviction of the man, who was sentenced to four months in prison and 18 months probation for sexual interference involving his 12-year-old step-granddaughter. The young complainant testified at the trial that he touched her vagina several times, allegat…
02.24 / 15:57
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