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Israel says 2 Palestinian militant leaders also killed in Jenin
Henry Kissinger, polarizing statesman who shaped U.S. foreign policy in Vietnam War era, dead at 100
Henry Kissinger, a controversial Nobel Peace Prize winner and diplomatic powerhouse whose service as secretary of state under U.S. presidents Nixon and Ford left an indelible mark on U.S. foreign policy, died on Wednesday.
U.S. says India planned to assassinate numerous people in U.S. and Canada
Indictment unleashes an unprecedented flood of detail into affair that has roiled relations with India
N.Y. woman clears $108M of other people's medical debt — after dying of cancer
New York book publisher Casey McIntyre's health insurance allowed her to receive cancer care without saddling her family in medical debt. But as she navigated the health-care system, she met other patients who weren't so fortunate.
Alexandria Loutitt soars to new heights, and hopes Canadian ski jumping rises with her
Calgary's Alexandria Loutitt enters the ski jumping season as world champion, a first for Canada in a sport with a rich history, and an uncertain future.
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Candidates to replace ousted national chief of Assembly of First Nations make their case ahead of Dec. 6 vote
Federal government reaches deal with Google on Online News Act
Canada looks for breakthrough on climate change 'loss and damage fund' at COP28
Conservatives, NDP push government to protect kids from online predators following suicide in Prince George, B.C.
Glacier melt opens up new territory for salmon — and mining
Canadian navy in critical state, could fail to meet readiness commitments: commander
Non-profit offers free Starlink internet to Ulukhaktok; residents say they're good
Canada's fossil fuel industry is banking on carbon capture to lower emissions. Is it a viable solution?
Fiancée of contractor killed in Ontario mine accident tells court they were about to pick their wedding song
Doctor in charge of Faqiri's care in jail defends decision not to send him to hospital amid 'crisis'
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'Holding our breath' for a miracle, says relative of Canadian believed to among Hamas hostages14 hours ago
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Palestinian family in Khan Younis displacement camp says, 'we suffer for everything'7 hours ago
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Toronto puppeteers celebrate Nanalan's TikTok breakthrough1 day ago
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Trudeau says Google has agreed to 'properly support' journalism9 hours ago
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Joly asked about U.S. arrest in foiled assassination plot11 hours ago
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WHO says Gaza hospitals 'completely overwhelmed'10 hours ago
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