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- Staff-to-resident abuse in long-term care homes up 148% from 2011 video
- A year-long CBC Marketplace investigation reveals there were 2,198 reported incidents of staff-on-resident abuse in 2016. This means an average of six seniors were abused by their caregiver at a long-term care home every day.
- Updated Members of far-right Storm Alliance attend Trudeau's town hall in Quebec City
- After a swing through Nova Scotia and southwestern Ontario, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Quebec City tonight for the second leg of his cross-country town hall tour as he looks to meet with Canadians ahead of parliament's return later this month.
- California couple plead not guilty to torturing children, bail set at $12M each video
- Prosecutors say 13 malnourished siblings found in captivity in California were shackled as punishment. Their parents have pleaded not guilty in court to numerous charges that they tortured and abused their children for years.
- Bruce McArthur charged with 1st-degree murders of 2 men who disappeared from Toronto's Gay Village video
- Toronto police have announced that a man has been arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, whose bodies have never been found.
- Montreal mother's odyssey to rescue daughter from ISIS pays off
- A Montreal mother said she is relieved her daughter is finally safe from ISIS, even though she will most likely face terrorism charges when she returns to Canada.