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- Oil closes below $28 US a barrel, dragging TSX down 253 points
- The price of a barrel of oil slid to its lowest level since September 2003 today, bottoming out below $28 US a barrel amid more signs the world is still drowning in excess crude. That put investors in a selling mood in Toronto.
- Jian Ghomeshi trial: Defence hints accused won't testify
- Jian Ghomeshi's defence team tells court it is ready to present closing arguments in the case of the former CBC Radio host, hinting he may not testify at his trial in Toronto on sex assault and choking charges.
- CBC in New Hampshire Donald Trump plows through New Hampshire as rivals vie for second video
- New Hampshire primary day has finally arrived and Republican Donald Trump is hoping its voters won't let him down after his loss in Iowa. His rivals, meanwhile, are in a fierce fight for second place to winnow the pack.
- Puppy mill bust 1 of the largest ever in B.C., says SPCA
- Sixty-six sick and suffering dogs were seized from a Langley, B.C., breeder on Feb. 4 in what the SPCA has described as one of the largest puppy mill seizures in the province.
- Gerald Butts, Trudeau's principal secretary, ignites Twitter skirmish over ISIS policy video
- Justin Trudeau's principal secretary, Gerald Butts, got into a back-and-forth discussion on Twitter Tuesday morning, a day after the prime minister announced the government's new anti-ISIS plan.