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Tonight on Murdoch Mysteries, Terrence Meyers recruits Murdoch for a top secret mission to stop a potential worldwide disaster.

Four people facing charges following drug, stolen car seizure

Four Londoners are facing a range of charges in relation to several stolen property investigations dating back to 2014, London police say.

New Brunswick village angers residents with 'straight pride' flag

When Margaret Clark first saw pictures on Facebook of the "straight pride" flag waving in the central New Brunswick village of Chipman, she felt as if she'd been kicked in the stomach.

Nurse reveals her secret 16-year battle with bulimia to inspire others to get help

Saskatchewan couple Andrea and Mick Parmar lay bare the challenges they faced overcoming a more-than-decade-long eating disorder in their new book Alone in a Crowd.

Asphalt plant fire belches dark smoke over east Winnipeg

Emergency crews from Winnipeg and the rural municipality of Springfield are at the fire at ​Pounder Emulsions, an asphalt plant on Day Street between Gunn and Springfield roads.

Régis Grégoire saved 2 men from a burning car

The Gatineau man stopped when he saw flames at an intersection on Friday night.

School, homes evacuated as asphalt plant fire belches dark smoke over east Winnipeg

A fire in an industrial area has sent plumes of thick, black smoke and a toxic stench into the air over east Winnipeg.

Canada's Tyler Ennis breaks shinbone during basketball game in Turkey

Turkish basketball club Fenerbahce says Tyler Ennis has undergone surgery after the Canadian point guard suffered a serious leg injury in a game on Sunday.

Ledge Chat: How well is the Sask. gov't is dealing with legalization of cannabis?

CBC's Political Panel discusses how well the provincial government is dealing with the legalization of cannabis.
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Journalists acquitted of all charges in obstruction of justice case launched by OPP

A judge has found two father-son journalists from Aylmer Ont. not guilty in an obstruction of justice case that was condemned by the Canadian Association of Journalists as an "assault on the public's right to know."

Calgary police investigate 'possible hate-motivated assault' on C-Train

It's alleged a man yelled "go back to your own country" to a South Asian man before hitting him over the head with a piece of cardboard.

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From the House of Commons in Ottawa

Former music teacher faces new gross indecency charge

A 74-year-old former Ottawa teacher is facing a new charge of gross indecency for allegedly groping a male student in the late 1970s at Bell High School in Nepean.

Angry ex-boyfriend shot woman then confessed to sisters, prosecutor tells jurors

After spotting his ex-girlfriend leaving a bar with another man weeks after their breakup, Glenn Randall showed up at Brenda Walker's home and shot her several times before fleeing and calling his sister to confess, according to the prosecution's opening statement.

Nurse reveals her secret 16-year battle with bulimia to inspire others to get help

Mick Parmar watched his wife Andrea struggle with bulimia and admits he began spying on her. He reveals the ugly truth in this reading, that includes Andrea reading from their co-written book, Alone in the Crowd.

Man, 48, dies in Nova Scotia motocross crash

The fatal crash occurred on a private recreational motocross track near Black River Road in Meadowville on Sunday afternoon.

Police make arrest in 25-year-old cold case investigation into stabbing death of Barbara Brodkin

Charles Mustard, 63, has been arrested and charged with first degree murder in connection with a 25-year-old cold case investigation into the 1993 stabbing death of Barbara Brodkin, police announced Monday.

Mayoral candidate Jenny Motkaluk promises Winnipeg Transit fare freeze

Mayoral candidate Jenny Motkaluk promises she'll freeze Winnipeg Transit fares for the next four years.

Recording of meeting with insurance adjuster

New mom told to leave meeting due to her breastfeeding infant. (Recording has been edited to remove insurance adjuster's name.)

Police say Deer Lake man lied about truck theft, charge him with mischief

A 28-year-old Deer Lake man is facing a charge of public mischief after allegedly falsely reporting his truck had been stolen.

Fire destroys century-old home in Lambeth

An investigation is underway into the cause of a fire that destroyed a century-old home in Lambeth Sunday night, causing more than $500-thousand damage.

Gallant, Higgs will answer questions the day before the legislature sits

Liberal Premier Brian Gallant and Progressive Conservative Leader Blaine Higgs will both hold news conferences Monday afternoon, the day before the legislative assembly sits for the first time.

Canada Post hit by rotating strikes in Victoria, Edmonton, Halifax, Windsor, Ont.

The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun a series of rotating strikes in four cities.

City of Calgary says it's prepared for Canada Post labour dispute

The city is making special arrangements in case the rotating strikes against Canada Post in several cities, including Edmonton, hit Calgary.