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  • Prince William and Kate meet their Canadian match: The Trudeaus

    Prince William and Kate were given a ceremonial welcome to Canada as they touched down in the city of Victoria on Saturday (Sept. 24). Among the first people to greet the royals were Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie, who were personally responsible for sending William and Kate an invitation to visit Canada. The couples chatted briefly on the tarmac with Mr Trudeau immediately putting a slightly shy Prince George at ease as he bent down to talk to the three-year-old.

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  • Canada Border Services Agency officer found dead at Pearson Airport

    A Canada Border Services Agency officer was found dead in Terminal 3 of Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Friday night, the agency confirmed on Saturday. Peel Regional Police said they received a call for medical assistance at about 8:20 p.m. Mark Fischer, spokesperson for Peel Regional Police, said Friday night that a man shot himself inside the airport but not in a public area.

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  • Actor Richard Hong killed at Stroumboulopoulos's Los Angeles home, police say

    Actor Richard Hong has been identified as the man found dead early Friday at the Los Angeles home rented by television personality George Stroumboulopoulos. Police said Hong was a 41-year-old Canadian who lived in Los Angeles. Stroumboulopoulos, the former "Hockey Night in Canada" host, said in a prepared statement that he's "heartbroken" after a "dear friend" was found dead.

    The Canadian Press
  • Here are 5 things a Canadian food safety expert would never eat

    Raw oysters, steak tartare and runny eggs — those are just some of the foods Dr. Rick Holley, a veteran food safety expert, won’t touch.

    Global News
  • Brad Marchand coy about playing with Sidney Crosby on Penguins

    TORONTO – Brad Marchand might not be “Brad Marchand” anymore.

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  • Canada’s first Afghan-born MP shocked to learn she wasn’t born in Afghanistan

    Maryam Monsef, the Liberal cabinet minister feted as this country’s first Afghan-born MP, says she was shocked and angry when she found out — from a reporter — that she was not, in fact, born in the South Asian nation. It was actually the Ottawa bureau chief of the Globe and Mail newspaper that told Monsef last week that she was born in neighbouring Iran and not the country of her parents, as she was led to believe her entire life. “In recent days, my mother told me for the first time that my sisters and I were in fact born in Mashhad, Iran, approximately 200 kilometers from the Afghan border,” Monsef says in a statement.

    Canada Politics
  • Netflix's New Releases Coming in October 2016

    A Cinderella Story (2004) Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004) Blue Streak (1999) Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) Dazed and Confused (1993) Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (2008) Fairy Tale: A True Story (1997) Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) Gentleman's Agreement (1947) Ghost Town (2008) Grizzly Man (2005) How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003) Millennium (1989) Murder Maps: Season 2 (2015) My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree (2016) Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) Oriented (2015) Patton (1970) Picture This! (2008) Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997) The Queen of the Damned (2002) Quiz Show (1994) Robotech (1985) RV (2006) Saving Mr. Wu (2015) Snake

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  • Megan Wolitski's parents left in the dark as daughter, 11, neared death

    Megan was catastrophically injured. Emergency responders worked feverishly to free Megan and get her to the nearby health centre. At a fatality inquiry into Megan's death Thursday, her mother recounted that terrible morning at the health centre.

    CBC
  • The FBI confirms that they are considering an investigation of Brad Pitt

    The FBI is considering whether to launch an investigation into an incident involving Brad Pitt and his children, the Associated Press reports. Following allegations that the actor was abusive towards one of his six children during a recent flight, a spokesperson for the bureau has issued the following statement. "In response to your inquiry regarding allegations within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States, specifically an aircraft carrying Mr Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI is continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued," it read.

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  • Murder trial delayed for accused Surrey Six killer Jamie Bacon

    As part of reasons given from the bench, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kathleen Ker said the defence is crafting an application for a stay of proceedings because of the delay. If successful, Bacon could walk away. Speaking outside the courthouse, Crown spokesman Daniel McLaughlin said the state is doing its best.

    CBC
  • Shocking pictures: Mum uses TODDLER to reserve parking space

    This is the astonishing moment a mum left her toddler alone on a busy road in blazing sunshine so he could reserve her a parking space.

    Yahoo News
  • City of Vancouver clarifies its position on natural gas in new buildings

    The City of Vancouver is clarifying its position on the use of natural gas in the construction of new homes and buildings. 

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  • Rent-free: Well-dressed 'professional tenant' won't leave Toronto apartment

    "It's been a living hell for the past two months," Robin Ennis said in an interview with CBC News. The tenant, James Regan, 62, lost a similar dispute at the board earlier this year over another property he was occupying.

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  • Questions arise about computer server after troubling audit at Alexander First Nation

    A councillor from Alexander First Nation wants an emergency meeting with federal officials in the wake of an audit and the discovery that a computer server containing financial records had been removed from the band office. Others in the community are now vowing to seek a court injunction "to make sure nobody tampers with the records or the computer system," said Loretta Burnstick, a former chief financial officer for the band, and the sister of current chief Kurt Burnstick. As CBC News first reported Friday, a document summarizing findings of a forensic investigation identified $2.1 million in "unexplained payments" between 2013 and 2015 to a former chief and seven administrative staff.

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  • Fisherman receives death threats from fellow anglers after 'record-breaking' catch

    A fisherman’s delight at catching a record-breaking 70lb 4oz carp has turned to disillusionment after fellow anglers slated him on social media. Tom Doherty was pictured holding aloft his huge catch, a carp known as Big Rig, following a successful trip to RH Fisheries in Shifnal, Shropshire, on Monday. Die-hard fishing fans said Tom’s carp wasn’t a true Brit, and therefore not deserving of taking the accolade from current record holder Tom Hales, whose catch weighed 68.01lb.

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  • ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Photo Exclusives: Negan and... One of His Victims? (5 photos)

    The first half of The Walking Dead’s seventh season will find Rick’s group not only dealing with the fallout of the premiere death(s), but also the loss of control of their situation in Alexandria, as Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors start to impose the same demands for supplies they’ve already laid down for the Hilltop-ers. We’ll also get to meet another of the Walking Dead comic books’ most eccentric individuals: The Kingdom leader King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and his pet tiger, Shiva, who’ll be spending some quality time with Morgan and Carol. Related: In a New ‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Promo, Ezekiel Welcomes Us to the Kingdom So, at least there are three people – and a tiger – who aren’t on Negan’s immediate hit list. The Walking Dead Season 7 premieres Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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  • B.C. woman ordered to pay father $135,000 for false sexual abuse allegation

    A woman from the Fraser Valley is being ordered to pay her father $135,000 in damages after she made a post online alleging he had sexually abused her daughter.

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  • Gigi Hadid says Milan Fashion Week prankster is 'lucky' Zayn wasn't around

    Gigi Hadid is the latest star to be accosted by serial prankster Vitalii Sediuk, but during the incident at Milan Fashion Week on Thursday (Sept. 22) she proved more than capable of handling herself. The model hit back at the Ukranian media personality when hepicked her up from behind as she left a fashion show with her sister BellaHadid – a move he said was a protest against "well-connected cute girlsfrom Instagram" dominating the fashion world. However Gigi didn't need her boyfriend to protect her thanksto her intense boxing training – a skill she referred to on Twitter.

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  • Team USA fires back at Phil Kessel, social media criticism

    Phil Kessel holds his hockey stick following the team’s defeat to Canada in the Men’s Ice Hockey Semifinals USA vs Canada at the Bolshoy Ice Dome during the Sochi Winter Olympics. TORONTO – Less than 24 hours after several American born hockey players jabbed at Team USA on social media, the group hit back at the criticism following their 4-2 World Cup loss to Team Canada. Shortly after the contest, forward Phil Kessel sent a passive aggressive tweet about his not being included to Team USA.

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  • Obama vetoes 9-11 bill; possible override by Congress looms

    President Barack Obama rejected a bill Friday that would have allowed the families of 9-11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia, arguing it undermined national security and setting up the possibility Congress may override his veto for the first time in his presidency. The bill had sailed through both chambers of Congress with bipartisan support, clearing the final hurdle just days before the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. The president said the bill, which doesn't refer specifically to Saudi Arabia, could backfire by opening up the U.S. government and its officials to lawsuits by anyone accusing the U.S. of supporting terrorism, rightly or wrongly.

    The Canadian Press