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- Charity with ties to Trudeau excluding Quebecers from contest
- A high-profile Canadian charity with close ties to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife is excluding youth from Quebec, Trudeau’s home province, from a nationwide contest to win tickets to an event featuring former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama.
- New Ontario legislature in session this weekend to try to end college strike
- Ontario's legislature is sitting this weekend as the governing Liberals push through a bill to end a strike by faculty at the province's colleges.
- 'This is bunk': WestJet apologizes for misleading passengers about why it cancelled flights
- WestJet cancelled flights to Turks and Caicos, telling passengers the local airport instructed it to suspend service following Hurricane Irma. Now the airline admits that wasn't accurate and that it cancelled flights for business reasons.
- Opinion Ominous signs that the next war in the Middle East is coming, and it won't be pretty
- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under strong domestic pressure and drenched in scandal, and nothing distracts more effectively than a war against a despised enemy. Hezbollah fits that bill perfectly.
- 'A crackling noise': Accused killer Mark Smich's ex girlfriend saw animal incinerator in use
- The ex-girlfriend of accused killer Mark Smich told jury members at the Laura Babcock murder trial about a night when Smich and friend Dellen Millard told her they were testing out a towering animal incinerator.