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Judge to begin charge to jury in Laura Babcock murder trial  - World News
Judge to begin charge to jury in Laura Babcock murder trial 6 days ago
The judge at the trial of two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman five years ago and then burning her body is to begin his legal instructions to the jury today.
As pot becomes legal, parallels drawn to the waning days of alcohol prohibition -World News
As pot becomes legal, parallels drawn to the waning days of alcohol prohibition 6 days ago
A notorious 1922 police shooting in southwestern Alberta and the sensational trial that followed caused many to wonder whether enforcing alcohol prohibition was worth the trouble.
Leader of P.E.I. NDP to step down immediately after byelection loss -World News
Leader of P.E.I. NDP to step down immediately after byelection loss 6 days ago
The leader of the NDP in P.E.I. is reportedly stepping down after a recent byelection loss saw the party come fourth. Mike Redmond has told media outlets on the Island that it is time for him to move on after serving as leader for five years.
Halifax Explosion: How one of the city's last standing churches helped after the blast -World News
Halifax Explosion: How one of the city's last standing churches helped after the blast 6 days ago
Historian Blair Beed said that after the Halifax Explosion, the last standing church in the north end of the city transformed into a vital headquarters for handing out aid and housing survivors.
Teen thanks 'hero' passenger who intervened in SkyTrain attack -World News
Teen thanks 'hero' passenger who intervened in SkyTrain attack 7 days ago
A suspect has been charged after a teenage girl says she was attacked on a commuter train in Vancouver because she was wearing a hijab.
Halifax Explosion: How the city's lone standing church helped after the blast -World News
Halifax Explosion: How the city's lone standing church helped after the blast 7 days ago
Historian Blair Beed said that after the Halifax Explosion, the city's last standing church transformed into a vital headquarters for handing out aid and housing survivors.
'Move to Saint John,' mayor tells fed-up residents of Toronto and Vancouver -World News
'Move to Saint John,' mayor tells fed-up residents of Toronto and Vancouver 7 days ago
Frustrated by high home prices and long commutes? The mayor of Saint John, N.B., says you should consider moving to his city. A typical house costs one-quarter as much as in Toronto and many more people report short commutes.
'I could hear her take her last breaths,' Garnier says during interrogation  -World News
'I could hear her take her last breaths,' Garnier says during interrogation 7 days ago
Christopher Garnier told a police interrogator he had fuzzy memories of the night Catherine Campbell died, but said he remembers seeing her bleeding -- and hearing her final breaths.
Montreal police chief suspended and replaced by head of provincial force -World News
Montreal police chief suspended and replaced by head of provincial force 7 days ago
Montreal's police chief has been suspended and replaced by the head of the provincial force.
Ali Omar Ader found guilty in Amanda Lindhout kidnapping case -World News
Ali Omar Ader found guilty in Amanda Lindhout kidnapping case 7 days ago
Ali Omar Ader has been found guilty in the kidnapping of Amanda Lindhout in Somalia.
Suspect in Hamilton Good Samaritan shooting has changed appearance: police -World News
Suspect in Hamilton Good Samaritan shooting has changed appearance: police 7 days ago
Police say a man wanted in the fatal shooting of Good Samaritan Yosif Al-Hasnawi in Hamilton, Ont., has changed his appearance. A second-degree murder warrant was issued Monday for Dale Burningsky King, 19.
Former Halifax university groundskeeper charged with sexual assault, voyeurism -World News
Former Halifax university groundskeeper charged with sexual assault, voyeurism 7 days ago
A former groundskeeper at Saint Mary's University has been accused of sexually assaulting a student at a campus dormitory. Matthew Albert Percy, 34, was released with conditions on a charge of sexual assault and a count of voyeurism.
Ontario auditor general critiques energy costs, sick days, government ads -World News
Ontario auditor general critiques energy costs, sick days, government ads 7 days ago
Ontario's auditor general released her annual report on Wednesday, shining a spotlight on energy, health care and school boards among other areas.
No parole for 70 years for man who killed 3 women in Ottawa Valley in 2015 -World News
No parole for 70 years for man who killed 3 women in Ottawa Valley in 2015 7 days ago
A 60-year-old man convicted of killing three women during an hour-long rampage in the Ottawa Valley two years ago has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 70 years.
Muslim teen alleges she was assaulted on Vancouver train because of her faith -World News
Muslim teen alleges she was assaulted on Vancouver train because of her faith 7 days ago
Transit police are investigating after a 17-year-old Muslim girl says she was verbally and physically assaulted on a Vancouver train because of her faith.
Montreal's police chief may be relieved of duties: report  -World News
Montreal's police chief may be relieved of duties: report 7 days ago
The future of Montreal’s police chief is in question, as the findings of an inquiry into his force’s internal affairs department are set to be released Wednesday.
Then there were five: Search narrowed for place to store used nuclear fuel -World News
Then there were five: Search narrowed for place to store used nuclear fuel 7 days ago
Waste management authorities have ruled out one part of northern Ontario as a suitable site for a bunker to store used, but highly radioactive, nuclear-reactor fuel rods.
'She flew off': Five-year-old girl pushed off school bus  -World News
'She flew off': Five-year-old girl pushed off school bus 7 days ago
A Toronto mother is calling for increased safety protocols after her five-year-old daughter was left with a large forehead bump and a bloody nose from being pushed off a school bus.
LIVE UPDATES: 'I could hear her take her last breaths,' Garnier says during interrogation  -World News
LIVE UPDATES: 'I could hear her take her last breaths,' Garnier says during interrogation 7 days ago
Christopher Garnier told a police interrogator he had fuzzy memories of the night Catherine Campbell died, but said he remembers seeing her bleeding -- and hearing her final breaths.
Downtown Toronto disappearances spark dating apps warning -World News
Downtown Toronto disappearances spark dating apps warning 7 days ago
Police and members of the public are raising concerns about the use of dating apps in the city’s downtown Church and Wellesley neighbourhood, following a string of disappearances and at least one death in the area.
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier tells officer 'I'm not a monster' during interrogation  -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier tells officer 'I'm not a monster' during interrogation 7 days ago
Christopher Garnier sobbed as he told a police interrogator "I'm sorry for what happened" following his arrest in the death of an off-duty police officer.
N.S. capital commemorates catastrophic Halifax Explosion 100 years ago -World News
N.S. capital commemorates catastrophic Halifax Explosion 100 years ago 7 days ago
Poets and politicians remembered those who died and those who struggled to rebuild a shattered city as a sombre ceremony was held Wednesday to mark 100 years since the Halifax Explosion.
Rise of extremism in 2017 should be a 'wakeup call' for Canada -World News
Rise of extremism in 2017 should be a 'wakeup call' for Canada 7 days ago
2017 has been a “wakeup call” about the danger of right-wing extremism, not just in the U.S. and parts of Europe but in Canada as well, a noted terrorism expert told CTVNews.ca in a year-end article recounting watershed moments this past year.
Montreal events mark anniversary of 1989 shootings -World News
Montreal events mark anniversary of 1989 shootings 7 days ago
Canadians are commemorating the 28th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre when a gunman shot 14 women to death and injured 14 other people.
'You're nuts': Canada Post investigating video of truck driving erratically -World News
'You're nuts': Canada Post investigating video of truck driving erratically 7 days ago
Canada Post is looking into video that appears to show one of its employees dodging through traffic like a Hollywood stuntwoman, and shouting out her door at a witness who challenged her.