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Asylum seekers could be moved out of Quebec as part of deal with Ottawa

Asylum seekers crossing illegally into Quebec could be shuttled elsewhere in Canada starting this week as the federal government seeks to relieve pressure on the province's strained resources.

Watch Franz Ferdinand cover Drake's 'Passionfruit' on House of Strombo

The Scottish band paid tribute to a Toronto star during their session at House of Strombo.

Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge entered a London hospital Monday and gave birth to her third child, a boy, with husband Prince William, Britain's Kensington Palace says.
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Doug Ford blames predecessor's 'mess' for having to appoint 11 candidates

Doug Ford is blaming what he calls the "mess" he inherited from his predecessor for his controversial decision to appoint about a dozen Tory candidates in ridings across the province.
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Police believe inmate choked to death at Clarenville women's prison

Police say the woman was alone in her cell, eating, when food got caught in her airway.
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'Pattern of misbehaviour' keeps Russia from G7 ministers meeting, but it still dominates agenda

Even when it doesn't explicitly refer to Russia, the schedule of the G7 foreign and security ministers meeting in Toronto, which began Sunday and continues the next two days, is loaded with references to cybersecurity and reinforcing democracy.
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Man charged after 2 women attacked, sexually assaulted in Kitchener: WRPS

A Kitchener man has been arrested and charged in connection with two separate sexual assaults this month.

Sask. farmland prices grew by 10 per cent in 2017

The price of Saskatchewan farm land continues to rise faster than anywhere else in the country.

Quebec balked at investigating systemic racism, but some groups went ahead anyway. Here's what they found

Community groups detailed cases of prejudice and offered up solutions in reports prepared for the Quebec government's inquiry into systemic racism. But the Couillard government is limiting its focus to employment.
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Waffle House Mass Shooting: Police took suspect's guns & his dad gave them back

A naked man shot and killed at least four people before a patron snatched his gun at a Waffle House in Nashville. Watch now.
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Nearly $1B of city and federal money going to new TTC buses

The city of Toronto and the federal government will spend more than $930 million on purchasing new TTC buses and refurbishing others.
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Calgary Flames to name new head coach today at 1 p.m. ET

The Calgary Flames will hold a 1 p.m. ET news conference today where they are expected to hire a new head coach. The team has been linked to former Carolina Hurricanes coach Bill Peters since firing Glen Gulutzen and his staff last week.
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Windsor man,19, wanted for first degree murder in February death of senior

Windsor police say they're looking for 19-year-old Yusuf Ali. He's wanted for one count of first degree murder in the death of a Windsor senior. The body of Leonard Damm, 73, was found at a Bloomfield Road home back in February.

Meet the all-female rookie robotic squad headed to a world championship

This robotics squad is believed to be one of the only all-female, rookie Canadian teams to make it to FIRST's world championships.
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Mosque shooter's high school teacher paints portrait of bullied youth, during sentencing hearings

Alexandre Bissonnette was bullied by classmates, as early as elementary school, according to his former teacher who was the first to testify as part of his defence team’s sentencing arguments.
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'Fire boss' to manage 3 controlled burns in High Park

Toronto has hired a "fire boss" to manage controlled burns in three areas of High Park on Monday.
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Washagamis Bay man died of pneumonia: SIU director

A Special Investigations Unit (SIU) probe into the death of a Washagamis Bay man last month has been closed after a postmortem examination showed he died of pneumonia, the agency's director said Monday.

Trump threatens to tie NAFTA to Mexican immigration control

U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to tie a new NAFTA deal to Mexican immigration control, saying Mexico has to stop illegal immigrants from getting into the United States. The Mexican president says he hoped for a reworked NAFTA soon.

Developers snatch up assets of failed Alberta homebuilder ReidBuilt at discounted prices

Nearly six months after a major Alberta homebuilder was forced into receivership, a court appointed receiver is in the process of selling more than 100 ReidBuilt Homes properties in Calgary and Edmonton — largely at discounted prices.

How to get tickets to q live at the ECMAs in Halifax

UPDATE: Tickets are now sold out. Now’s your chance to join us at the Marquee Ballroom in Halifax on Sunday, May 6 at 5:15 p.m. AT ahead of the 30th annual ECMAs.

Jesmyn Ward, Kamila Shamsie shortlisted for 2018 Women's Prize

Previously known as the Baileys Prize, the Women's Prize for Fiction awards £30,000 (approx. $54,054.00 Cdn) for the best work of fiction by a woman.
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Liberal Whip says Francis Drouin remains in caucus

Chief Government Whip Pablo Rodriguez speaks to reporters after allegations laid about an incident after the Liberal Convention in Halifax on Saturday
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Gatineau police launch homicide investigation into weekend death

Gatineau police are now investigating the death of man whose body was discovered in his home on the weekend as a homicide.
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Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown seeks $8M in defamation suit vs. CTV

Lawyers representing former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown on Monday filed a statement of claim in Superior Court against CTV, which first reported accusations of sexual misconduct levied by two women against the MPP.
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2 Hamilton men hit by car while trying to repair a bicycle

Two Hamilton men are in hospital, and one is clinging to his life, after a car hit them in the curb lane as they were repairing a bicycle.