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Trump, ignoring age-old legal wisdom, may have implicated himself and burned his lawyer — on live TV

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The show is called Fox & Friends. But U.S. President Donald Trump may have been a little too loose-lipped with the chummy conservative anchors interviewing him on Thursday morning.

B.C. looks to enact new rules for companies bringing more oil through province

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B.C. is asking its highest court to decide if the government has the right to bring in stricter rules for companies looking to ferry more heavy oil — like diluted bitumen — through the province.

Jury finds Bill Cosby guilty of sexually assaulting a woman

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Bill Cosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era, completing the spectacular late-life downfall of a comedian who broke racial barriers in Hollywood on his way to TV…

Accused van attacker poised to graduate college, searching for work as software developer

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Alek Minassian was a month away from completing his degree at Toronto's Seneca College when he reached out to an information technology recruitment firm looking for a job.

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Stay off wet sports fields, city asks

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Baseball diamonds across Ottawa will open next Tuesday, but other sports fields will remain closed until May 15, the city announced Thursday.

Chrystia Freeland cancels NATO trip to remain in Washington for critical NAFTA talks

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Canada’s lead minister on the North American Free Trade Agreement file is cancelling her plans to attend the NATO summit in Brussels to participate in vital late-game trade talks in Washington D.C.

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U.K. prosecutors drop charges against 2 Canadian pilots

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Prosecutors have dropped charges against two Canadian pilots accused of preparing to fly a commercial aircraft while under the influence of alcohol after their blood samples were mistakenly destroyed at a Scottish prison.

Fire reignites at Husky Energy oil refinery in Wisconsin after being put out

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A tank containing crude oil or asphalt exploded at a large refinery in Wisconsin on Thursday, injuring several people and prompting fire officials to urge people living near the still-burning plant to leave their homes.

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CMHC waves red warning flag over house prices in Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Hamilton

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High prices getting even higher in places like Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Hamilton are making Canada's national housing market 'highly vulnerable,' the CMHC said Thursday.

Yonge Street is bustling days after van attack, but deep uneasiness lingers

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For Torontonians who live and work on the stretch of Yonge Street where a deadly van attack was carried out on Monday, a sense of normalcy is still elusive.

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'We had to call 911': Airline regulator investigating Sunwing after passengers stranded for hours on tarmac

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The Canadian Transportation Agency has launched an inquiry into Sunwing Airlines after receiving 89 recent complaints about missing baggage, tarmac delays and flight cancellations.

Ahead of high stakes inter-Korea summit, even the food is carefully curated

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When North Korean leader Kim Jong-un steps across the border on Friday, setting in motion the historic inter-Korea summit, every step will have been carefully considered, choreographed and catered.

Pilot likely disoriented in crash that killed former Alberta premier, TSB says

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The lack of flight recorders prevented the TSB from definitively concluding what caused a plane crash that killed former Alberta premier Jim Prentice and three others, but the pilot was probably disoriented, investigators say.

'Embarrassment, humiliation': Female Manitoba police officer sues over 'revenge porn'

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The last thing Brittany Roque expected to learn as she applied for a job with the Brandon Police Service was that the force had received intimate images of the young police cadet.

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Trudeau and Scheer debate free speech and summer jobs - and get nowhere

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For a feverish 30 minutes or so on Wednesday, the House of Commons tied itself in rhetorical knots over the significance of a summer job. Not just any summer job, mind, but one that was either a threat to the national interest or an…

Wednesday, Apr 25

Officer who arrested van attack suspect rejects hero label, deputy chief says

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Toronto police Deputy Chief Peter Yuen says the police officer who apprehended the suspect in Monday's deadly van attack doesn't want to be considered a hero.

These are the victims of Toronto's deadly van attack

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More victims are being identified by family, friends and employers after Monday’s deadly van attack on Toronto’s Yonge Street.

'We don't want to rush this,' coroner says of painstaking work to ID victims of Toronto van attack

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Ontario's chief coroner says investigators will proceed with caution in the coming days as they work to identify the victims of a van attack on a north Toronto street.

How the misogynistic, insular world of 'incels' may have inspired the Toronto van attack

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The deadly van attack in Toronto is shining a spotlight on the controversial, often misogynistic world of "incels" — a group of predominately men who identify as "involuntarily celibate."

Tuesday, Apr 24

Here's what we know about the victims of the van attack in Toronto

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Toronto police are appealing to the public for help identifying the victims of a van attack Monday that left 10 people dead and at least 14 injured. The first victim identified, on Tuesday, was Anne Marie D'Amico.

How this Toronto officer 'courageously' got the van attack suspect in custody without firing a shot

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The Toronto police officer who apprehended the sole suspect in Monday's van attack in a busy stretch of the city has been identified as Const. Ken Lam, and experts are praising him for his handling of the deadly incident.

Police say van attack victims were mostly women — but offer no details on motive

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The man accused of plowing into pedestrians along a strip of one of Toronto's busiest streets on Monday is expected to be charged with a 14th count of attempted murder in addition to the 10 counts of first-degree murder he already faces.

Monday, Apr 23

'Nobody's seen anything like this': 10 dead, 15 injured in north Toronto van ramming attack

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Ten people are dead and 15 others are injured after a van driver plowed into a number of pedestrians Monday in north Toronto. CBC News has learned Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, Ont., is the alleged driver in the attack.

Mosque shooter sat outside mall 2 months before attack, 'juggling with idea' of killing those inside

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Alexandre Bissonnette was bullied by classmates, as early as elementary school, according to his former teacher who was the first to testify as part of his defence team’s sentencing arguments.

Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy

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The Duchess of Cambridge, resplendent in a bright red dress, and husband Prince William emerged from a London hospital hours after Kate gave birth Monday to their third child, a boy, to give onlookers a glimpse of the new royal bundle.

CIBC financial adviser says she does 'daily harm to customers', disputes finding in banks probe

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A financial adviser for CIBC says her entire branch was 'disheartened' by a recent report by Canada’s banking regulator, that said it did not find widespread misselling to customers.

Sunday, Apr 22

Canadian allegedly lynched in Peru 'gentle' seeker of 'deeper meaning,' friend says

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Family and friends of a Vancouver Island man believe that he was killed in Peru in an alleged lynching by people who thought he was involved in the shooting death of an 81-year-old traditional healer.

Peru officials identify Canadian killed following murder of Indigenous healer

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Authorities in Peru are investigating after an Indigenous spiritual leader was shot to death, a case that local media reports say resulted in the killing of a Canadian citizen in reprisal for the murder.

ISIS bombing kills 57 at Kabul voter registration centre

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A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 57 people in an attack claimed by ISIS.

PC Optimum member hit by theft a 3rd time after Loblaws says password problem fixed

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After getting hit by points theft once again, some PC Optimum members question a fix Loblaws says it has made to help curb the string of thefts plaguing the rewards program.