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Montreal health authorities are trying to track up to 400 people they think may have been exposed earlier in the week to the measles virus. Authorities have confirmed two secondary cases of the virus linked to a child who contracted the disease abroad, the city’s public health director, Mylene Drouin, said Thursday. Click Here: bape […]

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Donald Trump has pardoned Conrad Black, a former media mogul who was convicted in 2007 of fraud and obstruction of justice and spent three-and-a-half years in prison. Why? According to the U.S. president, who rang the 74-year-old former Daily Telegraph owner, it was to “expunge the bad rap you got.” But the more skeptical among you […]

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Ricardo Duchesne is a professor at the University of New Brunswick, a publicly funded institution and Canada’s oldest English-language university. He teaches undergraduate sociology classes, holds tenure and has been quoted in The New York Times on immigration. He is also a white supremacist. Duchesne’s writings are filled with racist conspiracy theories, and he is […]

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EDMONTON — A man has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two Edmonton convenience store clerks. Colton Steinhauer is one of three people who robbed and killed the two Mac’s employees in December 2015. The jury has recommended consecutive sentences, meaning Steinhauer would not be eligible for parole for 50 […]

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Donald Trump has pardoned Conrad Black, a former media mogul who was convicted in 2007 of fraud and obstruction of justice and spent three-and-a-half years in prison. Why? According to the U.S. president, who rang the 74-year-old former Daily Telegraph owner, it was to “expunge the bad rap you got.” But the more skeptical among you […]

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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Voters in Newfoundland and Labrador registered their frustration with traditional politics Thursday by reducing the incumbent Liberals to minority status — a rare event in the province’s history. The last time a sitting government won less than a majority was in 1971 when the province’s first premier, Joey Smallwood, failed to […]

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TORONTO — Ontario should see more Indigenous people sitting on juries after the Progressive Conservative government’s budget bill comes into effect. Bill 100, which is in the final stages of being passed into law, includes a schedule that will change the way juries are selected. Jury source lists will come from the Ministry of Health’s […]

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OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer pledged Thursday to pursue a coast-to-coast energy corridor, achieve Canadian oil independence by 2030 and adjust mortgage-lending rules with the aim of making home-buying more affordable. With the federal election less than six months away, Scheer used a speech Thursday in Toronto to share new elements of his economic […]

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TORONTO — Ontario’s highest court says doctors in the province must give referrals for medical services that clash with their moral or religious beliefs. In a unanimous ruling released Wednesday, a three-judge panel dismissed an appeal seeking to overturn a divisional court decision that upheld the referral requirement The referral requirement is part of a […]

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 VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has launched a public inquiry into money laundering, a crime the premier says has distorted the provincial economy, infiltrated casinos, fuelled the overdose crisis and increased the price of real estate. Premier John Horgan said Wednesday the impact of dirty money in the province was made clear by two […]

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