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9 dead, 16 injured after van strikes pedestrians 'one after one' in north Toronto
Nine people are dead and 16 others are injured after a van struck a number of pedestrians Monday in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area in north Toronto.
Kinder Morgan fumbled public relations on Trans Mountain, poll suggests
Nearly 60 per cent of Canadians feel the company behind the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could have done more to earn public support for the project, a national poll says.
Former pilot asks to be reinstated after quitting over alleged gender dispute
A former pilot who left Air Canada alleging she was discriminated against on the basis of her gender has asked the Canadian Human Rights Commission to order that she be reinstated.
Hamilton police will 'revise the theme' of Girls Night Out recruitment event
Hamilton's police service says its female recruitment night next year will have a different theme after a women's organization objected to its hot pink "Girls Night Out" poster.
Meet the 102-year-old nun who shatters stereotypes about advanced age
Tories demand government explain how much a carbon price will cost Canadians
Ontario's proposed high speed rail a 'disadvantage' for rural communities, says OFA
Quebec balked at investigating systemic racism, but some groups went ahead anyway. Here's what they found
Vancouver apologizes for 'historical wrongdoings committed against Chinese people'
'Nobody should have to go through this,' says woman after H&R Block declares her dead
One-stop clinic for veterans coming to Ottawa
Asylum seekers could be moved out of Quebec as part of deal with Ottawa
Now 95, Canada's last Dambuster veteran honoured by portrait
Canadian allegedly lynched in Peru 'gentle' seeker of 'deeper meaning,' friend says
'I'm just thankful:' La Ronge, Sask. family survives after truck crashes through house