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Heckler calls Trudeau a 'scumbag' A news conference in Winnipeg held by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was interrupted by a protester who called him a scumbag.
Canoe.ca | 17 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Fire crews battle blaze at Point Pelee National Park Nearby residents drove to Point Pelee National Park, just outside Leamington, Ont., and got as close as they could, watching as flames danced along the dark and distant horizon and a wall of smoke billowed into the sky.
CBC.ca | 18 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Orphan abuse trial hears aunt burned tongue of eldest niece with barbecue lighter After her aunt used a barbecue lighter to burn her tongue as punishment for failing to turn in a school project, the niece said, she was told to keep the lighter in her bedroom as a reminder not to lie.
CBC.ca | 18 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Aunt forced orphan to eat own vomit: Court An orphaned girl says her aunt forced her to eat enough chocolate and candy to make her sick, before making her eat her own vomit, a Calgary court heard.
Canoe.ca | 18 hours, 43 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
OLeary has not exactly swamped the Conservatives with new recruits Despite quickly signing up an impressive number of new party members, reality-TV star still needs strong support from Conservative stalwarts to win leadership
The Globe and Mail | 18 hours, 43 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
What homelessness looks like for women in Canada Last weeks budget committed $11.2-billion to social-housing initiatives. As Erin Anderssen writes, the best use of those funds requires different approaches for different populations, including those in the north, people with mental illnesses and women
The Globe and Mail | 19 hours, 6 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Quebec national assembly remembers Jean Lapierre a year after his death The national assembly adopted a motion commemorating the first anniversary of Lapierres death and then held a minutes silence
The Globe and Mail | 20 hours, 9 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Court decision may open border to First Nation hunters from U.S. A new court ruling could make it impossible for the federal government to stop members of a First Nation who live in the U.S. from coming to B.C. to hunt, according to a former deputy minister of aboriginal affairs.
CBC.ca | 20 hours, 30 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Ottawa chief cautions officers' solidarity display involving Abdi death In an email to staff, Chief Charles Bordeleau asked fellow officers who are wearing wristbands to think carefully about the message it sends to the community
The Globe and Mail | 21 hours, 2 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Ontario's top court rules wandering child no excuse for police search of home A man with a marijuana grow-op in his basement has had his drug conviction thrown out because police had no right to enter his home — even though his four-year-old had been found wandering alone near a busy intersection dressed only in a diaper, Ont
Canoe.ca | 21 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend