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Toronto police charge 6 students in St. Michael's College School investigation

Toronto police have charged six students in connection with the allegations of assault and sexual assault at St. Michael's College School.

Canada Post pitches 'cooling off period' that would shelve strike until February

Canada Post has proposed a "cooling-off period" with its largest union that would see rotating strikes put on hold through the holiday season while the two sides work with a government-appointed mediator to end the dispute.

'They could have stopped this': Sex abuse warnings at Ottawa high school went unheeded

Over the course of decades, three different teachers at the same Ottawa high school sexually abused dozens of teenage boys and girls. A CBC investigation found parents and teachers raised concerns about two of the men, but nothing was ever done.
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'You're gonna lose your money': Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn't book

A retiree is fighting back after Air Canada charged him for a flight he unknowingly booked and never took. An e-commerce expert says he's one of millions of Canadians at the mercy of confusing and complicated online rules that protect businesses over consumers.

'Striking' APEC confrontation causes uncertainty ahead of G20

The opening photo call at the APEC summit turned out to be a useful roadmap for what unfolded this past weekend: the commanding presence of China driving its agenda, with an isolated United States pursuing competing goals, leaving others looking very uncomfortable.

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