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Air Transat fined for handling of Ottawa tarmac delay - World News
Air Transat fined for handling of Ottawa tarmac delay 12 days ago
A federal agency is ordering Air Transat to cover out-of-pocket expenses for passengers caught in an hours-long tarmac delay this summer as part of a ruling that places the blame for the fiasco solely on the airline.
Ontario MPP calls for Trans Day of Remembrance to become law -World News
Ontario MPP calls for Trans Day of Remembrance to become law 12 days ago
Ontario New Democrat MPP Cheri DiNovo is calling for Nov. 20 to be enshrined in law as an annual Trans Day of Remembrance.
Family 'scared' as boy with severe autism faces release without home supports -World News
Family 'scared' as boy with severe autism faces release without home supports 12 days ago
A Halifax-area mother issued an emotional plea for help Thursday for her family and for her nine-year-old son, who is due to be released next week from a confined hospital unit but suffers from violently aggressive fits of frustration because of his sever
Winnipeg police chief defends force after 3 officers arrested for drunk driving -World News
Winnipeg police chief defends force after 3 officers arrested for drunk driving 12 days ago
In a rare move, Winnipeg Police Chief Danny Smyth called a news conference to discuss the problem of drinking and driving, after three of his officers were arrested for impaired driving in the span of just seven weeks.
Supreme Court hearing appeals over B.C. Christian law school  -World News
Supreme Court hearing appeals over B.C. Christian law school 12 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada is hearing arguments in a lengthy court battle over a British Columbia Christian University’s proposed law school, which would ban students from engaging in sexual intimacy outside of heterosexual marriage.
Graduate student loses all his notes in Montreal car break-in -World News
Graduate student loses all his notes in Montreal car break-in 12 days ago
A PhD student from Syracuse, N.Y. is desperate to retrieve the research notes he says were stolen from his car in Montreal, and is offering $5,000 to anyone who returns them.
Quebec lawmakers pass motion calling on store clerks to use 'bonjour' greeting -World News
Quebec lawmakers pass motion calling on store clerks to use 'bonjour' greeting 12 days ago
Quebec's legislature has passed a motion calling on store clerks to stick with a simple "bonjour" when greeting customers instead of the hybrid "bonjour/hi" often heard in Montreal.
Coroner's inquest to be held into fatal Radiohead stage collapse -World News
Coroner's inquest to be held into fatal Radiohead stage collapse 12 days ago
A coroner's inquest will be held into the death of a drum technician who was killed in a stage collapse at a 2012 Radiohead concert in Toronto.
Prosecutor seeks maximum fine against RCMP in deadly 2014 Moncton shooting spree -World News
Prosecutor seeks maximum fine against RCMP in deadly 2014 Moncton shooting spree 12 days ago
A prosecutor is asking for the maximum fine against the RCMP for Labour Code convictions stemming from gunman Justin Bourque's 2014 Moncton, N.B., rampage that left three officers dead and two injured.
Bail revoked for police officer who shot Sammy Yatim  -World News
Bail revoked for police officer who shot Sammy Yatim 12 days ago
A Toronto police officer convicted of attempted murder in the shooting death of Sammy Yatim has had his bail revoked.
Toronto police targeted in racial profiling inquiry -World News
Toronto police targeted in racial profiling inquiry 12 days ago
The Ontario Human Rights Commission is launching a wide-ranging inquiry into what it says is racial profiling and racial discrimination by Toronto police.
High court won't hear manslaughter appeal of Calgary man -World News
High court won't hear manslaughter appeal of Calgary man 12 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada says it will not hear the appeal of a Calgary man who was convicted of manslaughter for stabbing his neighbour 37 times.
Court awards $4K to jogger who appeared in ad without her consent  -World News
Court awards $4K to jogger who appeared in ad without her consent 12 days ago
An Ottawa woman has been awarded $4,000 after she successfully argued her privacy was violated when footage of her jogging was used in a commercial without her consent in a legal first for Ontario.
Mother and children in hiding after former partner escapes police custody -World News
Mother and children in hiding after former partner escapes police custody 12 days ago
A New Brunswick mother in hiding is appealing to the public for information regarding the whereabouts of her former partner after he escaped police custody nearly three months ago.
Swede sentenced for 'online' rape of teenagers in Canada, U.K., and U.S. -World News
Swede sentenced for 'online' rape of teenagers in Canada, U.K., and U.S. 12 days ago
A court in Sweden has sentenced a Swedish man to 10 years in prison for coercing teenagers in Canada, Britain and the United States to perform sexual acts in front of webcams by threatening them or their families.
Calgary family shocked as glass dining table shatters without warning -World News
Calgary family shocked as glass dining table shatters without warning 12 days ago
A Calgary family says they were stunned when the glass dining room table they were sitting at suddenly shattered and sent pieces of glass hurtling through the air. Now they are trying to understand what happened.
Newfoundland's Memorial University orders sexual harassment probe at med school -World News
Newfoundland's Memorial University orders sexual harassment probe at med school 12 days ago
THE CANADIAN PRESS@ ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Memorial University is calling in an outside investigator amid allegations of sexual harassment at its medical school. "There have been several concerns raised about the faculty of medicine'
LIVE UPDATES: Testimony to resume at trial of man charged in police officer's death -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Testimony to resume at trial of man charged in police officer's death 12 days ago
An investigator looking into the death of an off-duty police officer says he found a tarp, work gloves and rope in the car of a man charged in her death.
N.B. creates special unit to prosecute cases involving intimate partner violence -World News
N.B. creates special unit to prosecute cases involving intimate partner violence 12 days ago
New Brunswick is creating a special unit to prosecuting criminal offences involving intimate partner violence.
Sentencing hearing to begin after RCMP convicted after Moncton shooting -World News
Sentencing hearing to begin after RCMP convicted after Moncton shooting 12 days ago
A sentencing hearing gets underway today in New Brunswick for the RCMP after the national police force was convicted of failing to properly equip and train its members for a June 2014 shooting rampage in Moncton that left three officers dead and two injur
Convicted B.C. killer Kelly Ellard asks for day parole -World News
Convicted B.C. killer Kelly Ellard asks for day parole 12 days ago
A British Columbia woman who killed 14-year-old Reena Virk near a Victoria-area bridge two decades ago is asking a parole board to release her from prison.
Late-minute deal averts school bus strike in GTA -World News
Late-minute deal averts school bus strike in GTA 13 days ago
A school bus strike that could have impacted about 10,000 students at 103 schools in parts of Durham Region and east-end Toronto was averted late Wednesday night.
Police uniforms, vehicles no longer allowed in Vancouver Pride Parade -World News
Police uniforms, vehicles no longer allowed in Vancouver Pride Parade 13 days ago
There won't be any uniformed police officers marching alongside the colourful floats in Vancouver's Pride parade next August.
Wanted: Zamboni drivers for Parliament Hill rink -World News
Wanted: Zamboni drivers for Parliament Hill rink 13 days ago
In what might be the most Canadian job posting ever, the Ottawa Senators are looking for people to drive the ice resurfacer at the new outdoor rink on Parliament Hill.
Woman behind Stefanie Rengel murder granted unescorted absences from prison -World News
Woman behind Stefanie Rengel murder granted unescorted absences from prison 13 days ago
A young woman serving a life sentence for sexually blackmailing her boyfriend into killing a 14-year-old girl has been granted unescorted temporary absences from prison.