John Kobarda retires as London fire chief 'effective immediately'
A week after it hired a third-party investigator to examine workplace harassment at city hall, the City of London announced the retirement of Fire Chief John Kobarda with no warning, no fanfare and no glowing words, just that it was 'effective immediately.'
How ties are broken on Canada Reads
Ever wonder what happens in the event of a tie? Here's what the rules state.
Saskatoon man sentenced to 8 years for sexual assault, robbery of students near University of Victoria
David Hope was convicted of sex assault, break and enter, forcible confinement and robbery after attacking two women near UVic in 2016.
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Facebook shares fall as EU, U.S. urge probes of data practices
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10-minute response times to be debated by council as Nenshi, union boss voice concerns
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Canadian comedian Mike MacDonald dies at 62
Beyond 94: Where is Canada at with reconciliation?
Ontario Liberals promise new spending in pre-election speech from throne
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Former addict makes case for Suboxone, credits it for saving his life
Beyond 94: Truth and Reconciliation in Canada
Witless Bay critic won't be silenced by town talk of hiring lawyer
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Caboto Club event cancelled after Dino Chiodo refuses to attend
Notorious Russian online troll farm also took swipes at Canadian targets
Basketball-loving ministers move into sanctuary for March Madness
Bombs attached to motorbikes kill 4 people in Afghanistan
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