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- Laura Babcock's dad asked that he not be questioned by daughter's accused killer, but judge allowed it
- The father of Laura Babcock was "concerned" about being questioned in court by the man accused of killing his daughter, but despite a pretrial effort by the Crown to avoid the scenario, a judge allowed it to happen.
- Analysis 'Trump is not a kingmaker' as Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore in Alabama video
- Doug Jones made an appeal for "decency" to prevail over partisanship. Deeply conservative Alabama apparently listened, overturning a quarter-century of voting habits to elect him on Tuesday night in a stunning rebuff of U.S. President Donald Trump.
- Parkinson's patient forced to battle bureaucracy around assisted death
- Nancy Vickers, suffering with Parkinson's disease, was determined to get a medically assisted death. But she had to grapple with a bureaucratic provincial system despite a Canadian law that has made the procedure legal since June 2016.
- Analysis How an expected U.S. interest rate increase will affect Canadians: Don Pittis
- A U.S. rate rise today seems like a foregone conclusion, with more to come. Canadian borrowers should ask, "How many more?"
- Canadians expected to pay more to dine out in 2018
- Food prices are expected to hold steady for the next year — unless you like eating in restaurants.