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Three-time Olympic medallist Kaillie Humphries has been denied release from Bobsleigh Canada by a Calgary judge who found the governing body has the discretion to decide whether to allow an athlete to compete for another country.
B.C. mother charged in connection with U.S. college admissions scandal
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GE removes asbestos from Peterborough, Ont., homes — after denying it ever sold the scrap
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Green Party told Elections Canada some voters' personal information was temporarily visible on party website
The Green Party says it has notified Elections Canada that some voters' personal information was temporarily visible in an internal training section of the party website.
Conservatives forced to delete tweet alleging Trudeau under RCMP investigation
The Conservatives were forced Tuesday to remove two social media posts claiming the RCMP had confirmed it was investigating Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau over the SNC-Lavalin affair.
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