Trudeau talks abortion rights; Scheer eyes interprovincial trade; Singh defends party

Trudeau talks abortion rights; Scheer eyes interprovincial trade; Singh defends party

Justin Trudeau is promising that a re-elected Liberal government would ensure that provinces meet their obligation to fund out-of-hospital abortions. Trudeau made the pledge today in New Brunswick, where the province's Progressive Conservative gov...
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Sportsnet cuts ties with Don Cherry

Sportsnet cuts ties with Don Cherry

Sportsnet has cut ties with "Hockey Night in Canada" broadcaster Don Cherry. Sportsnet says in a statement it is the right time for Cherry to immediately step down. Sportsnet apologized yesterday for Cherry's comments on "Coach's Corner" on Saturd...
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Drake gets booed off stage during Camp Flog Gnaw performance

Drake gets booed off stage during Camp Flog Gnaw performance

Over the weekend, Drake took the the stage at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles. His surprise appearance disappointed fans however, who had reportedly hoped for Frank Ocean to perform instead. As a result, fans booed the ...
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Ontario legislature hosts Remembrance Day ceremony

Ontario legislature hosts Remembrance Day ceremony

Hundreds gathered at the Ontario legislature Monday to pay tribute to the sacrifices of those who fought to defend freedom. The Remembrance Day ceremony heard from Premier Doug Ford, active service members and veterans.
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Canadian veterans reflect on their service at Montreal's Remembrance Day ceremony

Canadian veterans reflect on their service at Montreal's Remembrance Day ceremony

Dignitaries, veterans and citizens gathered in the cold Monday for a solemn Remembrance Day ceremony in Montreal. Two Canadian veterans who attended the ceremony said the day brings back memories from their years of service.
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With silence and salutes, Canadians mark Remembrance Day in Ottawa

With silence and salutes, Canadians mark Remembrance Day in Ottawa

Eleven tolls from the Peace Tower filled the air around Parliament Hill on Monday morning, marking the start of two minutes of silence as Canadians paused to remember and honour those who took up arms — and in some cases paid the ultimate price — ...
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Amid ceremonies, veterans offer support

Amid ceremonies, veterans offer support

As thousands gathered Monday for a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Grand Parade in Halifax, their numbers included veterans of United Nations and NATO missions present as a reminder support is available to those still suffering from war trauma. An...
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This Day in History: the First World War ends

This Day in History: the First World War ends

This Day in History: the First World War ends. November 11, 1918. Germany signed the armistice agreement with the Allies that would end the most devastating war to date. The First World War was fought at the human cost of more than nine million so...
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Nov. 11th

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Nov. 11th

Recipe Unlimited Corp. reports its third-quarter results on Monday. Filipe Dinis, chief operating officer of the Bank of Canada, will give a speech on cybersecurity for the Information Technology Association of Canada in Toronto on Tuesday. Cannab...
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Blue Bombers to face Roughriders in CFL West final

Blue Bombers to face Roughriders in CFL West final

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers downed the Calgary Stampeders 35-14 in the CFL West Division semifinal. The Saskatchewan Roughriders now stand in the way of a Blue Bombers’ berth in the Grey Cup in Calgary.
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Toronto FC suffer heartbreak 3-1 loss to Seattle in MLS Cup

Toronto FC suffer heartbreak 3-1 loss to Seattle in MLS Cup

Toronto FC suffers heartbreak at MLS Cup final, dominating first half but still losing 3-1 to the Seattle Sounders and complaining of a non-foul call on Seattle's first goal.
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Alouettes host Eskimos in CFL's East Division semifinal

Alouettes host Eskimos in CFL's East Division semifinal

Players from both the Montreal Alouettes and the Edmonton Eskimos discuss their plans and strategies in Montreal before Sunday’s CFL East Division semifinal game.
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Toronto FC face Seattle Sounders in the MLS Cup final Sunday

Toronto FC face Seattle Sounders in the MLS Cup final Sunday

Toronto FC and the Seattle Sounders meet in the MLS Cup final Sunday for the third time in four years at CenturyLink Field. But injured TFC forward Jozy Altidore remains a question-mark.
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Bail revoked for RCMP intelligence official awaiting trial in secrets case

Bail revoked for RCMP intelligence official awaiting trial in secrets case

A judge has revoked bail for a senior RCMP official awaiting trial on charges of breaking Canada's secrets law. Under the terms of bail set last month by a justice of the peace, Cameron Jay Ortis was living with his parents in Abbotsford, B.C., ha...
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More plan to attend Remembrance ceremonies: poll

More plan to attend Remembrance ceremonies: poll

A new survey suggests more Canadians are making a point to mark Remembrance Day this year. The poll commissioned by Historica Canada indicates the percentage of Canadians who plan to attend Remembrance Day ceremonies has climbed to 41 per cent. Th...
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Amazon to build first Quebec fulfilment centre next year

Amazon to build first Quebec fulfilment centre next year

Amazon says it plans to build its first fulfilment centre in Quebec in the Lachine borough of Montreal. The online retail giant says the warehouse will open late next year and create more than 300 full-time jobs. It says the centre, which will be ...
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Metis veterans receive long-awaited recognition for Second World War contributions

Metis veterans receive long-awaited recognition for Second World War contributions

Metis veterans who served during the Second World War were recognized in a ceremony in Ottawa on Friday. The recognition follows a recent apology and promise of compensation from the federal government for its treatment of Metis veterans after the...
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Halifax museum honours legacy of former member of Canada-U.S. Black Devils

Halifax museum honours legacy of former member of Canada-U.S. Black Devils

A new museum exhibit honours Herb Peppard, a Nova Scotia member of a famed Canada-U.S. army unit during the Second World War known as the Black Devils. Peppard, who died in June at the age of 98, was one of the last survivors of the First Special ...
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Manitoba premier wants to be unifying force between Trudeau government and the West

Manitoba premier wants to be unifying force between Trudeau government and the West

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says the fight against climate change can become something that unites Canada even as it currently is fueling talk of Alberta separation. Pallister spoke in Ottawa Friday following a meeting with Prime Minister Jus...
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Plaque unveiled honouring a journalist killed in Afghanistan

Plaque unveiled honouring a journalist killed in Afghanistan

Unveiling of a plaque at a Vancouver high school commemorating former student Michelle Lang, a journalist who was killed ten years ago in Afghanistan.
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Documentary ‘Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust’ tells the story of 1.5 million Jewish childre

Documentary ‘Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust’ tells the story of 1.5 million Jewish childre

Holocaust survivor Rose Lipszyc and her granddaughter Sarah Dale say they feel a they have a duty to share the stories of children who died in the Holocaust. The pair are featured in a new documentary looking at the 1.5 million Jewish children tar...
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Liberal winners, losers gather in Ottawa after disappointing election result

Liberal winners, losers gather in Ottawa after disappointing election result

Re-elected, newly elected and defeated Liberal MPs gathered on Parliament Hill to mull over the disappointing results of the Oct. 21 election and the way forward in the new world of a minority Parliament. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the day...
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Documentary ‘Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust’ tells the story of 1.5 million Jewish childre

Documentary ‘Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust’ tells the story of 1.5 million Jewish childre

Holocaust survivor Rose Lipszyc and her granddaughter Sarah Dale say they feel a they have a duty to share the stories of children who died in the Holocaust. The pair are featured in a new documentary looking at the 1.5 million Jewish children tar...
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Small aircraft operators making 'gradual drift' toward unsafe flying, says TSB

Small aircraft operators making 'gradual drift' toward unsafe flying, says TSB

Small aircraft operators in Canada have fallen into a trap of accepting too many safety risks — and it has to stop before more people are killed or injured, the Transportation Safety Board warned Thursday. TSB senior investigator Glen Whitney said...
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Father charged in murder of two sons

Father charged in murder of two sons

Police roped off a street in Brampton, Ont. Thursday morning after two boys, aged nine and 12, were found dead in a home. Investigators have charged their father, Edwin Bastidas, with first-degree murder.
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