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Western governments struggle for a diplomatic approach to a regime bent on isolation
Lisa LaFlamme 'blindsided' by cancellation of contract with CTV
Veteran news anchor Lisa LaFlamme says she was "blindsided" as Bell Media ended her contract at CTV National News after more than 30 years, a "business decision" it says will move the chief news anchor role in "a different direction."
Lease terminated for Sask. private Christian school linked to abuse investigation
A private Saskatoon Christian school's rental agreement is being terminated because of the school's connection to widespread abuse allegations.
Separated by India's partition 75 years ago, brothers just want to spend remaining time together
Social media and the work of younger generations are helping relatives in India and Pakistan separated by the violence of the partition of India in 1947 and a hostile border find each other. We spoke to two brothers reunited earlier this year who hope to spend what time they have left on the same side of the border.
Oil spill off San Juan Island 'pretty well impossible to clean up,' expert says
Crews are assessing the waters off San Juan Island in the Salish Sea near Vancouver Island after a fishing boat sank and leaked fuel on Saturday.
Fatal film-set shooting by actor Alec Baldwin was an accident, medical investigator finds
A New Mexico medical investigator ruled the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins by actor Alec Baldwin last year was an accident, but it remains unclear why the gun was loaded with live ammunition.
Landlord sleeping on Realtor's couch as he awaits hearing to evict troublesome tenants
Callers reporting misconduct to helpline were referred to law firm chosen by Hockey Canada
Iran denies involvement in attack on author Salman Rushdie
Justice Dept. opposes unsealing affidavit for search warrant executed at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home
R. Kelly's potential jurors quizzed on 2019 documentary
Trump ally Rudy Giuliani targeted in election probe, lawyer says
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Flames forward Huberdeau joins Marc Garneau, dozens of veterans pledging to donate brains to science
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