A court sketch shows Tabitha Speer, widow of special forces Army medic Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer, testifying as Canadian Omar Khadr looks on during the fourth day of Khadr's sentence trial (Janet Hamlin/Pool/Associated Press)
1.) Family seeks son missing 10 weeks in B.C.
A family from Australia has lodged a formal complaint with the Interior Health Authority over treatment of their son as they continue their search for him after more than 10 weeks.
2.) P.E.I. convict accused of killing 3 Toronto prostitutes
A man from Prince Edward Island -- already in prison for one murder and charged with another -- is facing new charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of three Toronto prostitutes between 1994 and 1997.
3.) Soldier's mother wants DND apology
The New Democrats are calling on Defence Minister Peter MacKay and Canada's chief of defence staff to meet with the mother of a soldier who took his own life after serving in Afghanistan.
4.) Khadr's victim a 'most generous' husband: widow
Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer was a "most generous, loving" husband before he was murdered by Omar Khadr in 2002, Speer's widow testified at a U.S. military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, on Thursday
5.) CRTC green lights usage-based internet billing
Metered internet usage is on the way, with the CRTC handing down its final decision on how wholesale customers can be billed by large network owners.
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