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STM bus driver caught on camera yelling, nearly hitting cyclist suspended for 5 days

The STM bus driver who was caught on camera passing close to a cyclist on Sherbrooke Street West and arguing with him after the fact has been suspended for five days without pay.
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Sentencing Tuesday for Hamilton 'hacker for hire' who pleaded guilty in Yahoo case

Karim Baratov, who pleaded guilty to charges connected to a massive Yahoo data breach, is expected to find out Tuesday how much time he'll spend behind bars in the U.S.
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Cop corruption trial raises questions about 'pathetic' and 'startling' Hamilton police practices

For weeks, lawyers inside a Toronto courtroom have been asking questions about Hamilton police's practices — and their findings paint a picture of a service with glaring issues.
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Here's a summary of the evidence so far at the Nicholas Butcher murder trial

Here's what the jury in the Nicholas Butcher murder trial has heard so far. This article will be updated as the trial progresses.

'Resident granddaughter': Calgary student enjoys living at seniors home

Free room and board for 30 hours of weekly volunteering at a seniors home is paying off for a Calgary student in ways she didn’t dream of.
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Marissa Shephard murder trial continues in jury's absence

The murder trial of Marissa Shephard in connection with the 2015 death of Moncton teen Baylee Wylie resumed Tuesday morning without the jury present.
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Canada's Smartest Person Junior - Apply Now

Are you, or is someone you know, Canada’s Smartest Person Junior? Just like the grownup edition of Canada’s Smartest Person, the country’s most amazing kids will need to prove they have smarts across six intelligence categories if they hope to claim the title.
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5 men are arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking linked to Hells Angels

Five people have been arrested in northern New Brunswick after an RCMP investigation into drug trafficking linked to the Hells Angels outlaw motorcycle club.
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Sask. launches free legal advice program for sexual violence survivors

On Tuesday, the Saskatchewan government opened its free legal advice program for survivors of sexual violence to the public.
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Inquest called into death of man killed in 2017 police shooting

Manitoba's chief medical examiner has called an inquest into the death of a 23-year-old Winnipeg man who was shot and killed by city police in 2017.
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Elk warning for Salt Spring — though they may just be enjoying an island holiday

A provincial wildlife biologist says Roosevelt elk are an unusual sight on Salt Spring Island, and is warning drivers about their presence.
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Motorcyclist killed in crash in Aldergrove

A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with another vehicle in Aldergrove on Tuesday morning.
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British finance expert sues Facebook over scam ads featuring his name and face

MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis launched a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the company is allowing the publication of scam ads featuring his name.
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Here's what we know about the victims of the Toronto van attack

Toronto police are appealing for the public to help identify the victims of a deadly van attack Monday that left 10 dead and numerous people hurt. The first victim identified, on Tuesday, was Anne Marie D'Amico.
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Single online stop coming for government services

When the plan is fully implemented, 65 government sites in Newfoundland and Labrador will be reduced to five, with one log-in.
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Ralph Goodale thanks Toronto police for how they dealt with the Toronto van attack

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says 'there is no discernible connection to national security' in the van attack, based on available information
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Man arrested after Toronto van attack charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

The man taken into custody after pedestrians were mowed down on a busy Toronto street Monday has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
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Trudeau statement on Toronto van attack

PM Justin Trudeau issues a statement and answers questions about the Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others.
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Toronto Mayor John Tory: 'Our city's in mourning.'

John Tory makes a statement about the Toronto van attack, thanking citizens who helped at the scene

Retired Mountie lauds Toronto police for bringing in van attack suspect alive

A retired RCMP officer is commending the way Toronto police officers handled the suspect in a deadly van attack on Monday.
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Toronto police update on Yonge and Finch van attack LIVE

Toronto police news conference gives details on the investigation into the van attack on Yonge Street
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Suspected impaired driver slams into Vancouver police car

Two VPD officers were taken to hospital with minor injuries but have since been released.

'It hurts the heart': Volunteer baby-cuddling is not for everyone, but there's a 3-year wait to volunteer

There's a 3-year wait to volunteer as a baby-cuddler for St. Boniface Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) program, but not everyone can keep from getting attached.
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Arctic sea ice jammed with plastics from Pacific garbage patch

Sea ice from the remote Arctic Ocean may look clear and pristine, but up to 12,000 tiny pieces of plastic may be embedded in a single chunk small enough to sit on your hand, researchers have found.

George H.W. Bush, a life in politics

George Herbert Walker Bush, 91, was taken to hospital after a fall at home. The following is a look at the former president, oil tycoon, director of the CIA, ambassador and naval aviator's life.