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Video: Jury deadlocks in Ohio cop's murder retrial

A second mistrial was declared in the case of a white University of Cincinnati officer who killed an unarmed black motorist during a traffic stop...

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Firefighters union will pay $253,000 to Montreal to settle labour issues

The Montreal Firefighters Association says it will provide $253,000 to the city as part of the recent agreement-in-principle that settled many of the different labour issues,...

Montreal Gazette
Mayor Denis Coderre halts Space for Life reorganization: reports

After meeting with former Montreal mayor Pierre Bourque, Mayor Denis Coderre declared the controversial plan to internally reorganize Space for Life,  the museum district tha...

Montreal Gazette
Syrian doctor barred from U.S. under travel ban resettles in Toronto

A respected Syrian doctor blocked from re-entering the United States to continue his Ivy League education after U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel ban has found a new home...

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Mental-health experts underscore dangers of youth cannabis use

With legalization on the way, medical professionals disagree with notion that marijuana is completely harmless...

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Government seeks to adjourn solitary-confinement lawsuit until Bill C-56 is finalized

Government lawyer argues replacement legislation should be allowed to proceed, but inmate advocates say the wait is unfair to prisoners...

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Video: SpaceX successfully launches satellite on reused rocket

SpaceX successfully re-launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Friday from Cape Canaveral, Florida...

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Calgary grapples with an Olympic-sized question: how to fund the Games

As Calgary considers a bid to host its second Winter Olympics, the debate focuses on whether the high cost of hosting the Games is worth it...

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Montreal-based campaign aims to protect women at festivals

On Thursday, the Conseil des Montréalaises released a series of recommendations that aim to protect women at festivals around the city...

Montreal Gazette
CIA report pointed finger at Vladimir Putin for election sabotage

CIA intelligence captured Vladimir Putin’s instructions on the operation’s objectives — defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, and help elect...

The Star
Three TTC transit enforcement officers found guilty in fake ticket case

Michael Schmidt, Tony Catic and Jan Posthumus were found guilty of obstructing justice and fabricating evidence Friday...

The Star
Video: Trump has 'no intention' of firing Mueller, Spicer says

Sean Spicer says Trump has no intention of firing Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election...

The Globe & Mail
City seeks to implement tactics to keep women safe at festivals

On Thursday, the Conseil des Montréalaises released a series of recommendations that aim to protect women at festivals around the city...

Montreal Gazette
Black off-duty St. Louis police officer shot by white officer

St. Louis police say a black off-duty officer who heard a commotion near his home and tried to help fellow officers arrest three black suspects has been shot by a white office...

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Montreal Police Brotherhood continues to hold off on pressure tactics

The Montreal Police Brotherhood announced on its Twitter page on Friday it will hold off on pressure tactics and continue to ask police officers to wear their regulation unifo...

Montreal Gazette
Man charged for not disclosing HIV status extradited to Canada

The man allegedly had unprotected sex with women he met at various bars in Toronto between 1996 and 2002...

The Star
Why the NDP leadership presents a daunting choice

Under the radar of most Canadians, New Democrats are in the midst of a fascinating decision about the face they put forward...

The Globe & Mail
Bears, their hair and their fishy fare: Study gives new insight into grizzlies’ salmon diets

After collecting hundreds of ​hair samples over five years, researchers have given an unprecedented snapshot of one of the most important predator-prey relationships​ in N...

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Ottawa wants clarification in rights tribunal ruling on services for Indigenous kids

Health Minister Jane Philpott said they are seeking clarity from the Federal Court on two specific aspects of the ruling made in January 2016...

The Star
Calgary’s Provision puts spotlight on produce with artful vegetable dishes

The restaurant, in the former Boxwood Cafe space, serves up a feast for the eyes and taste buds...

The Globe & Mail
Video: Justin Trudeau helps celebrate Fête nationale in Quebec

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau helped celebrate St-Jean-Baptiste Day at neighbourhood parties near Quebec City...

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Vancouver aquarium caught in international debate about cetaceans in captivity

Ethics, emotions and money mix in a debate about keeping whales, dolphins and porpoises on display...

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Corruption charges against Brazil’s Temer expected to come in waves: source

Top prosecutor Rodrigo Janot is expected to charge the Brazilian President with receiving bribes early next week...

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Toronto suffers inchworm infestation for the first time in 17 years

Surprise intruders have caught the city off guard this year. Pedestrians in parks hear the critters eating...

The Star
Saudi security forces foiled attack on Mecca’s Grand Mosque: Interior Ministry

The Interior Ministry said security forces cornered the would-be attacker in an apartment, where he blew himself up...

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Boxer Tim Hague’s death prompts debate over safety in combat sports

Mr. Hague had suffered two knockout losses in his previous three fights, which should have required he be medically suspended...

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San Francisco UPS warehouse shooter used stolen guns in rampage

Investigators said they have not yet determined Jimmy Lam’s motive, but “the shooting appeared purposeful and targeted.”...

The Star
Friday launch opens weekend doubleheader for SpaceX

By Dana Hull SAN FRANCISCO — The year’s not half over, and Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is about to launch more missi...

Montreal Gazette
Footing the bill: Yukon willing to swap free trip for human toes

Tourism Yukon has started a strange (but they insist, very real) search for donated human toes. The macabre contest comes after a brown, mummified toe served in a famous cockt...

CTV News
B.C. campaign finance reform will fundamentally change the province’s politics

In the near future, B.C. will become a much better version of itself...

The Globe & Mail
Tsunamis on the Great Lakes? Researchers are looking into it

Experts are working on a warning system for freakishly big storm-driven waves called meteotsunamis...

The Star
Saudi Arabia says suicide bomber killed in foiled Mecca plot

Saudi security forces foiled a terror plot targeting the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca, exchanging gunfire with one of the suspects who blew himself up inside...

CTV News
In New York City’s subway system, a summer of hell

Tabloid papers are feasting as city residents are increasingly forced to rely on a decreasingly reliable subway system...

The Globe & Mail
Mulcair raises concerns about Canadian sniper story

National Defence says the sniper was part of the Joint Task Force 2 special forces unit when he shot an enemy fighter from 3,540 metres away...

The Star
Defence won’t call any evidence at Alberta triple-murder trial

Derek Saretzky has pleaded not guilty to three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Hanne Meketch, Terry Blanchette and Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette...

The Globe & Mail
Vancouver’s Nat Bailey Stadium preserves its small-town family feeling

Despite many changes, the glory of ‘The Nat’ remains intact...

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Trudeau government proposes opening St. Lawrence marine protected area to oil exploration

Liberal plan to allow future oil and gas activity in zone threatens vulnerable ecosystems, critics say...

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Microphone cut after Mormon girl reveals she's gay at church

A video of a young Mormon girl revealing to her congregation that she is lesbian and still loved by God -- before her microphone is turned off by local church leaders -- is sp...

CTV News
Girl, 13, lounging on roof of parked subway train, arrested, then released

Youth who was photographed trespassing at Davisville Yard was released on diversion program designed to keep young people out of the court system...

The Star
Trump doesn’t intend to fire special counsel Mueller: White House

Trump voiced concern in a TV interview on Friday about what he said was the close relationship between former FBI director James Comey and Mueller...

The Globe & Mail
Increasing number of calls linked to illicit drug deaths, overdoses: Vancouver officials

City says a local medical lab identified a spike in the number of urine samples testing positive for carfentanil, an opioid considered to be 100 times more powerful than fenta...

The Globe & Mail
Why getting a drink and a doctor may soon be easier: Cohn

What price labour peace with doctors — and the LCBO? Consider it the cost of politics and economics...

The Star
John Tory says residency is an issue in Ward 44 appointment battle

Mayor John Tory said it would be better for the new Scarborough East councillor to live in the ward. Former councillor David Soknacki lives outside the ward but aims to repres...

The Star
As marijuana legalization looms, Canadians want more information

The public’s opinions on the issue remain soft and fluid even while governments try to hammer out final rules for the new cannabis reality...

The Globe & Mail
Tight Canada 150 security will mean long lineups in Ottawa

Police are getting ready for an influx of more than 400,000 people on July 1, but there will also be large events during the other two days of celebrations in the National Cap...

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A second mistrial: Jury deadlocks in Ohio officer’s murder retrial

Hamilton County Judge Leslie Ghiz declared a mistrial after more than 30 hours of jury deliberations over five days...

The Globe & Mail
A second mistrial: Jury deadlocks in Ohio cop’s murder retrial

Hamilton County Judge Leslie Ghiz declared a mistrial after more than 30 hours of jury deliberations over five days...

The Globe & Mail
Video: Public health experts on advantages of marijuana legalization

Medical and public health experts are endorsing 10 guidelines to help marijuana users reduce risks when it becomes legal...

The Globe & Mail
Britain, EU at odds on Brexit proposals

European leaders seem less than impressed with what Theresa May calls a “fair and serious” offer to protect rights of EU citizens...

The Star
BC NDP to introduce confidence motion Monday, expect vote Thursday

NDP house leader Mike Farnworth says the Opposition will introduce a confidence motion as an amendment to the debate on the Throne Speech...

The Globe & Mail
Gen. Jonathan Vance to issue directive encouraging military Pride participation

Sources are describing the measure as part of a larger effort to make the military more diverse and inclusive...

The Star
Car barge on fire in Victoria's Gorge Waterway

Victoria fire crews and a fire boat are battling what appears to be a large fire on a barge in the Gorge Waterway...

CBC
Canadian sniper kill suggests direct combat involvement in Iraq, Mulcair says

The government’s rules for the military training mission in Iraq does not authorize Canadian special-forces soldiers to engage in direct combat...

The Globe & Mail
Mulcair says Canadian sniper kill suggests direct combat involvement in Iraq

The government’s rules for the military training mission in Iraq does not authorize Canadian special-forces soldiers to engage in direct combat...

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Algoma University students refuse to participate in Canada 150 events

The Algoma University Students’ Union voted against sanctioning Canada 150 events. The university’s Sault Ste. Marie campus was the site of the Shingwauk Indian Residentia...

The Star
Iraqi forces battle towards heart of Mosul’s Old City

Iraqi forces say they are trying to open routes for civilians to flee the Islamic State’s last stand in the district...

The Globe & Mail
Alberta transgender teacher fired in 2008 loses case in appeal court

It's been nearly nine years since Jan Buterman was fired as a substitute teacher by the Greater St. Albert Catholic school board after notifying them he w...

CBC
Mike Pence energizes religious right in speech to Focus on Family members

“This is when we are going to defund Planned Parenthood once and for all,” Pence said, whipping the standing crowd to whistles and cheers...

The Star
Kent Monkman marks Indigenous response to Canada 150 at Toronto Pride

The Cree artist says this year's parade is an opportunity to bring recognition to Indigenous people during Canada 150...

The Globe & Mail
A tale of two Canadas: Where you grow up affects your income in adulthood

A study of millions of Canadians’ income data reveals a country of opportunity, with most children out-earning their parents – but also a country pocked with mobility trap...

The Globe & Mail
Founder of Born to Rise, Montreal change-maker Aiesha Robinson encourages healing through self-expression

How can an ordinary person become a change maker? One step at a time. Check out these tips:...

The Globe & Mail
A hard NDP shift to the left in the Corbyn, Sanders era: Tim Harper

The NDP’s federal leadership race is being contested under the radar but represents a fundamental shift in Canadian politics ahead of 2019...

The Star
A hard NDP shift to the left in the Corbyn, Sanders era: Harper

The NDP’s federal leadership race is being contested under the radar but represents a fundamental shift in Canadian politics ahead of 2019...

The Star
As a member of the Prime Minister’s Youth Council, Sara Abdessamie is setting out to amplify the voice of youth from across the country

In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, WE asked remarkable Canadians the question: What are you doing to make our country a more caring and compassionate place?...

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Trump reaches out to Republicans in effort to drum up support for health-care bill

Five Republican senators have announced they will not support the bill, which is designed to repeal and replace Obamacare, in its current form...

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Woman in her 60s dies in collision with truck in Abitibi-Témiscamingue

A motorist in her 60's is dead after a heavy collision with another vehicle in the municipality of La Morandière, in Abitibi-Témiscamingue...

Montreal Gazette
5 people electrocuted at a water park in Turkey

Two teenagers and a 12-year-old died Friday. The park's manager and 30-year-old son also died after jumping in to try and save the youngsters...

The Star
Video: London tower blaze started in fridge: police

Police say they are considering criminal offences including manslaughter as they investigate the causes of the deadly blaze at London's Grenfell Tower...

The Globe & Mail
Video: Gulf crisis escalates with demands for Qatar

Close down Al Jazeera, reduce ties to Iran - Arab states have given Qatar a list of demands to meet in order to end their embargo against it...

The Globe & Mail
Indigo backs down after illustrator claims they stole her Montreal 375 design

Bookstore giant Indigo has stopped selling a gift card celebrating Montreal's 375th anniversary after an illustrator complained her design had been plagia...

CBC
Father of slain Venezuelan protester appeals to ‘friend’ Maduro

David Vallenilla, 22, was shot at close range by a military police sergeant on Thursday as youths tried to pull down the fence around an air force base in Caracas...

The Globe & Mail
Toronto survey indicates broad support for bicycle lanes

Toronto residents also showed support for lower speed limits, when framed as a safety tool...

The Globe & Mail
Woman in her 60s dies in a heavy collision in Abitibi-Témiscamingue

A motorist in her 60's is dead after a heavy collision with another vehicle in the municipality of La Morandière, in Abitibi-Témiscamingue...

Montreal Gazette
Toronto Pride concludes a turbulent year as debate over police presence continues

The 2017 Toronto Pride parade will be the first in the 21st century where uniformed officers are banned from marching...

The Globe & Mail
Potentially fatal large-mammal sedative 'likely' detected in N.S. street drugs

One of the most potent opioids on the planet has likely made its way to the East Coast -- and it poses a deadly risk for street drug users, Nova Scotia's chief me...

CTV News
U.S. Congressman Steve Scalise out of ICU, remains in fair condition

Scalise was shot in the hip on June 14 when a lone gunman opened fire on Republican lawmakers practising for an annual charity baseball game against the Democrats...

The Globe & Mail
Andrew Loku coroner’s inquest revealed crucial new details

The public finally learned key facts including the identity of the police officer who shot Andrew Loku...

The Star
Potent opioid carfentanil ‘likely’ detected in N.S. street drugs: chief medical officer

Dr. Robert Strang confirmed that drugs seized by police earlier this month have a high probability of containing carfentanil, used by veterinarians to sedate elephants and oth...

The Globe & Mail
Spark: Trans Youth Sport program building bridges — and inclusion

Initiative supports LGBTQ people by furnishing free programming ranging from bike building to sailing in a safe environment...

The Star
Learning lessons from September’s school bus bungle: Keenan

Toronto's public and Catholic school boards turn to technology to keep families informed if their buses will be late...

The Star
Trudeau to march in Toronto Pride Parade for a second time

Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde will be making his first appearance at the Pride Toronto event...

The Globe & Mail
Report on Abbotsford, B.C., school stabbing issues 31 recommendations

One of the recommendations calls for a physical barrier between the school’s library and a public library...

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U.S. House panel wants formal response from Trump on Comey tapes

Trump tweeted Thursday he did not make any recordings of his conversations with the former FBI director...

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Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says national security agencies welcome more oversight

Goodale says public trust and confidence that Canada’s security agencies are accountable to civilian authorities will be bolstered by the measures...

The Star
Mulcair questions mission after sniper's record kill

NDP leader Tom Mulcair is forgoing the celebration and raising red flags after reports a Canadian sniper in Iraq broke the world record for the longest confirmed kill...

CTV News
Mulcair raises red flags after Canadian sniper's kill shot

NDP leader Tom Mulcair is forgoing the celebration and raising red flags after reports a Canadian sniper in Iraq broke the world record for the longest confirmed kill...

CTV News
Vancouver targets disposable cups, foam containers and bags

City of Vancouver staff are preparing to present council with options to reduce the use of disposable coffee cups, plastic and paper shopping bags, foam food packaging and tak...

CTV News
Caught on camera: Road rage kickstarts fiery chain reaction crash

A dispute on a southern California highway between a motorcyclist and the driver of a sedan led to a fiery crash and rollover that was all caught on video...

CTV News
Live Asian carp discovered near Lake Michigan: ‘This is concerning’

The silver carp found about 14 kilometres from Lake Michigan is among four types of Asian carp threatening to invade the lakes...

The Star
Cooling measures already affecting hot Toronto housing market: survey

The recent intervention by the Ontario government to cool the Toronto-area’s hot housing market is already having an impact on sellers and buyers plans for the year, accordi...

CTV News
Rents in Ontario can be hiked 1.8 per cent in 2018 under new guidelines

The Ontario Ministry of Housing set the rate Friday based on the provincial consumer price index, which measures inflation...

The Star
Video: Christy Clark on using other parties’ ideas in throne speech

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says her throne speech Thursday had to reflect ideas from all parties after she was handed a minority government in May’s election...

The Globe & Mail
Remote Ontario First Nation in ‘shock’ after third girl kills herself

Wapekeka First Nation declared a state of emergency this week...

The Globe & Mail
National Chief Perry Bellegarde, PM Justin Trudeau to march in Toronto Pride Parade

Bellegarde is the first National Chief to participate in any Pride event. Last year, Trudeau became the first Canadian prime minister to march in the parade...

The Star
Federal funding for Finch LRT casts doubt on Sheppard project

Decision to reallocate $330 million from Sheppard LRT has led to speculation that the project is effectively dead...

The Star
Federal funding shuffle casts doubt on Sheppard LRT

Decision to reallocate $330 million to Finch LRT has led to speculation that the Sheppard project is effectively dead...

The Star
Jazz fest launches safety strategy for women, LGBTQ+ community

Specially trained safety teams will patrol the grounds of the festival this year...

Montreal Gazette
Bike Share Toronto hits ridership record, offers free Wednesday rides in July

The service formerly known as Bixi is growing in popularity but may soon have a rival with the introduction of app-based Dropbike...

The Star
Officer stabbed in neck at Michigan airport recovering well, doctors say

Doctors say that Bishop International Airport police Lt. Jeff Neville could be released from the hospital within a couple days...

The Star
Ottawa seeks 'clarity' in court on tribunal findings on First Nations health

The Liberal government says it is seeking "clarity" from the Federal Court on two aspects of a compliance order issued in May by a quasi-judicial hum...

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