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- Private investigators believe that the billionaire Toronto couple found dead in December were murdered by multiple killers, a source with direct knowledge of the parallel probe into their mysterious deaths told CBC Toronto.
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- Republicans and Democrats are blaming each other for the congressional failure to pass a bill to continue funding for U.S. federal agencies and prevent some of them from shutting down.
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- The friends say their cases highlight the disparity in treatment options for women with metastatic breast cancer in the U.S. and Canada.
- Live Protests held across the U.S. on anniversary of Trump's inauguration video
- Thousands took to the streets in U.S. cities Saturday for the second Women's March, on the anniversary of U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration. Canadians who marched in solidarity with Americans say this year their focus is on local and Canadian issues.
- SECOND OPINION Should we let the crowd fund Canadian science if no one else will?
- In hunting down and exposing old industry trial data, Toronto family doctor Nav Persaud was participating in an international scientific initiative called RIAT — restoring invisible and abandoned trials.