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Toronto man 'terrified' after learning ex-employer never disclosed text where old boss threatened to kill him

A Toronto man is "terrified" after recently learning his former boss allegedly threatened to "put an axe so far into [his] head they would have to bury him with it." The threat was made in a text message two years ago and the man's ex-employer knew about it but never told him.
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Nazi hunter breathes 'a sigh of relief' after former concentration camp guard deported

Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff said he's glad the U.S. has finally succeeded in deporting a former concentration camp guard who had been living in the country for almost seven decades.
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Unclear when Misericordia ER will reopen, as water damage worse than expected

A water leak at the Misericordia hospital will require drywall repairs, hospital officials said Tuesday — meaning that the west-end emergency room will remain closed for an undetermined amount of time.
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Why Batman was pulled over by police in Brampton

It seems even police officers are starstruck when the man known as Brampton's Batman cruises down the road in his Batmobile.

Fatal crash closes Highway 8 east of Clinton

Huron Road will be closed between Front Road and Sanctuary Line for the next several hours while investigations are completed by OPP.

Injury-ravaged TFC still having trouble getting off the ground

Given Toronto FC's up-and-down season, perhaps it's no surprise that the team's flight home from San Francisco was cancelled Sunday.
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Why Batman was pulled over by police in Brampton

It seems even police officers are starstruck when the man known as Brampton's Batman cruises down the road in his Batmobile.
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Saskatoon's Bessborough hotel to be renovated, rebranded

Saskatoon’s iconic Delta Bessborough hotel will undergo “extensive” renovation and re-branding starting in early 2019.
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Montreal construction ramps up for back-to-school season

Summer construction projects continue while work on the REM electric train network ramps up.
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U.S. to impose anti-dumping duties of 24% plus on Canadian-made pipes

The United States says it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large-diameter welded pipe from Canada and five other countries.

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Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018

Edmonton teacher's charity helps educate 100s of children in her native Ethiopia

For 21 years, teacher Meheret Worku and her husband have led a non-profit from their Edmonton home, supporting hundreds of Ethiopian children as they complete their education.
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Liberals promise status quo on fracking moratorium

Liberals promise to extend fracking moratorium at event at the Turtle Creek watershed, which supplies Greater Moncton's drinking water.
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Severe thunderstorm warning issued for GTA, much of southern Ontario

The GTA and much of southern Ontario could be hit by "dangerous thunderstorms" with strong wind gusts and torrential rain, Environment Canada says.
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Coroner points to delays in death of special unit's 1st patient

The first patient to take part in an innovative pilot project aimed at freeing up Ottawa hospital beds and getting ailing seniors back on their feet has died.
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Stop producing nuclear waste until we can dispose of it, critics urge Canada

Environmental groups say Canada should stop producing nuclear energy until the federal government replaces its "pathetic" waste disposal policy with something more meaningful and scientific.

4 ways the CD-ROM was wowing us in the mid 1980s

4 ways the CD-ROM was wowing us in the mid 1980s
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Online scams happening in Regina everyday, police Chief says

Regina Police Service Chief Evan Bray said online scams are happening every day in Regina.
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York university accused of violating human rights settlement

Mandi Gray says the settlement saw York University agree to engage the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic to provide sexual assault counselling services for four years.
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