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Canada has so far issued 928 permanent resident visas to Syrian refugees — but there is still no timeline for when they could start arriving. Immigration Minister John McCallum blames red tape overseas for the delays.
Commonwealth leaders meeting a 'training camp' for Paris climate talks, says Dion video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has arrived in Malta for the second leg of his three-stop, European conference tour, where he'll meet with Commonwealth leaders at a summit that gets underway Friday.
Exclusive Alberta says it owes 'no duty' to quadriplegic Cree man suing for alleged abuse in hospital
The province of Alberta has filed a statement of defence in a multimillion-dollar lawsuit accusing the health minister, several doctors and Alberta Health Services of abuse and discrimination against Gerald Francis, a 59-year-old Cree man.
Lawren Harris, Tom Thomson and Alex Colville paintings smash records at auction
Paintings by famous Canadian artists — including Lawren Harris and Tom Thomson — garnered record prices on Thursday night at the Heffel Fine Art Auction in Toronto, with one Harris painting smashing records with a final bid of $3.9 million.
Howard Richmond found guilty of 1st-degree murder in death of wife Melissa
A jury of 12 has found Canadian soldier Howard Richmond guilty of first-degree murder for stabbing his wife to death in July 2013.

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