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Danish inventor gets life sentence in submarine killing of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Peter Madsen, a Danish submarine inventor, has been sentenced to life in prison for the bizarre killing of Swedish reporter Kim Wall.
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To censor the internet, 10 countries use Canadian filtering technology, researchers say

Technology developed by a company in Waterloo, Ont., is being used by regimes and democracies throughout the world to censor online content, according to a new global investigation conducted by Citizen Lab.

Facebook post linked to Toronto van attack points to insular, misogynistic world of 'incels'

The deadly van attack in Toronto is shining a spotlight on the controversial, often misogynistic world of "incels" — a group of predominately men who identify as "involuntarily celibate."
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Van attack suspect trained with Canadian military briefly

The Toronto van attack suspect trained with the Canadian military for a very brief amount of time. Alek Minassian joined the Canadian Forces last August and got 16 days into his 13-week basic training before he asked to leave, according to a statement from the Department of National Defence.

Mediation underway as Canada Steamship Lines deck officer strike continues

A strike by deck officers on some Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) vessels isn't having an effect on Thunder Bay's port yet, but that could change if the strike continues for too long, says the CEO of the city's port authority.
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LaSalle Mayor Ken Antaya will not seek re-election

Antaya who was born and raised in LaSalle has been the mayor for eight years, but says “it is just time” to leave.
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It's a fox! It's a cow! Politics leaves provincial animal up in the air

A one-line bill to name the red fox as P.E.I.'s animal emblem degenerated into nasty sniping in the legislature Tuesday.
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Brilliant colour, signs of spring & cute kids: Check out our latest audience gallery

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Rain Wednesday: DayStarter weather

Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
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Overtime goal puts Islanders back in series

At home down two games to none, the Charlottetown Islanders overcame a last-minute goal to win in overtime Tuesday night in their second round Quebec Major Junior Hockey League series.

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Is Burns Lake the luckiest place in B.C.?

The tiny village of Burns Lake has become a hot spot for 50/50 lottery sales after someone noticed there are more winning tickets per person bought there than any other place in B.C.
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Greenspace at LPH spared from development in official plan

A large piece of land near Boulevard Lake in Thunder Bay, Ont., will be kept from developers, after an amendment to the city's official plan.

Violent attack on Regina taxi driver spurs Sask. review of safety shields, injury insurance for cabbies

The provincial government has directed the Workers' Compensation Board to review insurance coverage and safety shields for cab drivers after a violent attack against a Regina driver.

#TorontoTheGood: How residents are supporting victims, each other in wake of van attack

From individual acts of kindness to online fundraising campaigns to public memorials, Torontonians are mobilizing to grieve together and support each other after the van attack that killed 10 and injured 14 more on Monday.

École St. Joseph School gets $1.5M upgrade

The portables will increase the school's capacity by 66 students. This is to help with the expectation of 200 extra students in Yellowknife over the next 10 years.

Students take on a first of its kind project documenting lost black history in Essex County

Grade 11 and 12 students at Academie Ste-Cecile International School spent Monday surveying historic black cemeteries across Essex County.

Israeli officer gets 9-month jail sentence for fatal shooting of Palestinian teen

A former Israeli paramilitary policeman was jailed for nine months on Wednesday for killing a 17-year-old Palestinian protester in 2014, prompting protests from his family, who demanded a tougher sentence.

Windsor study shows community-based care comes at a savings to hospitals and patients

A kidney specialist in Windsor has completed a study that shows patients can receive a high quality of care in a community based setting, rather than having to travel to a hospital. There's a cost savings to the hospital, but more importantly, health benefits for the patients.
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Vanier debates whether bike lanes would help revitalize Montreal Road

Vanier residents are split on whether adding bike lanes to Montreal Road will help bring customers and business to the east Ottawa strip.

Mississauga apartment fire sends 2 people to hospital

Two people were sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a fire broke out in a low-rise apartment building in Mississauga on Wednesday morning.

To censor the internet, 10 countries use Canadian filtering technology, researchers say

Technology developed by a company in Waterloo, Ont., is being used by regimes and democracies throughout the world to censor online content, according to a new global investigation conducted by Citizen Lab.