Cause of Broncos bus crash still unknown: RCMP

Cause of Broncos bus crash still unknown: RCMP

The RCMP say a truck was in the intersection at the time of its fatal collision with the Humboldt Broncos bus. Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki says the force is working to determine why the truck was there.
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Closing arguments begin in B.C. trial over private health care

Closing arguments begin in B.C. trial over private health care

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Education minister offers mediation, teachers vote for strike

Education minister offers mediation, teachers vote for strike

Education Minister Stephen Lecce called on Ontario's major teachers' unions to enter into mediation Monday. Three of Ontario's four major teachers' unions are taking steps toward potential strikes as they negotiate with the government for new cont...
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Montreal Impact unveil French soccer star Thierry Henry as new head coach

Montreal Impact unveil French soccer star Thierry Henry as new head coach

The Montreal Impact have a new head coach once again as they unveiled retired French soccer star Thierry Henry on Monday. Henry says he's looking forward to the opportunity. He's preaching patience as he tries to get the club on the right track.
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Driver who used SUV to shield pedestrians from speeding car says he doesn't feel like a hero

Driver who used SUV to shield pedestrians from speeding car says he doesn't feel like a hero

The City of Montreal is honouring a man who is being hailed as a hero after he used his SUV to shield pedestrians from a speeding car. Mayor Valerie Plante praised Erick Marciano’s act of courage as she presented him with a certificate of honour a...
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L'hiver devrait être froid et mouvementé à travers le Canada

L'hiver devrait être froid et mouvementé à travers le Canada

L'hiver sera long, froid et désordonné dans la majeure partie du Canada, selon les prévisions saisonnières publiées lundi par MétéoMédia.Le mois de novembre a déjà apporté des chutes de neige historiquement précoces dans le sud de l’Ontario et des...
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Inquiry into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family delayed

Inquiry into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family delayed

An inquiry into the case of Lionel Desmond, the Afghan war veteran who killed his mother, wife and daughter before turning the weapon on himself in early 2017, was supposed to start Monday. Instead, it has been adjourned for more than a month with...
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Trudeau welcomes the King of Jordan

Trudeau welcomes the King of Jordan

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Cold, stormy winter forecast across much of Canada

Cold, stormy winter forecast across much of Canada

The Weather Network has released its winter forecast, and it's looking a little bleak. Chief meteorgolist Chris Scott says the season will be long, cold and messy across much of Canada this year. He says the early start to winter in southern Ontar...
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Blue Bombers Grey Cup bound

Blue Bombers Grey Cup bound

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have ousted the Saskatchewan Roughriders 20-13 in the CFL’s West Division final. Winnipeg’s last Grey Cup win was 29 years ago. The Bombers will attempt to end that drought Sunday against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Calgary.
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Nov. 18th

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Nov. 18th

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats continue their dream season, heading to the Grey Cup after defeating the Edmonton Eskimos 36-16 in the CFL Eastern Final. Hamilton last won the CFL championship in 1999.
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Mourners gather at vigil for 2-year-old killed by falling A/C unit

Mourners gather at vigil for 2-year-old killed by falling A/C unit

Family and community members gathered in Toronto Saturday at a vigil for two-year-old Crystal Mirogho, who died after an air conditioning unit fell from an 8th floor apartment window on Monday. Mourners remembered her as a sweet and loving child w...
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More than 2,000-year-old bison skull returned to First Nation

More than 2,000-year-old bison skull returned to First Nation

A more than 2,000-year-old bison skull unearthed during utility work in downtown Banff, Alta., has been returned to a southern Alberta Indigenous community. Contractors with Fortis Alberta were replacing street lights in the scenic mountain town i...
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Kenney speaks on conscience rights

Kenney speaks on conscience rights

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says there will be a free vote in the house on a private member's bill that if passed would not allow health providers to be sued or sanctioned in any way for withholding services in areas like abortion, assisted suici...
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Craig Dickenson succeeds in demanding CFL market

Craig Dickenson succeeds in demanding CFL market

In his first year as head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Craig Dickenson is the West Division’s nominee for CFL coach of the year. Dickenson has guided the Roughriders to Sunday’s West final against the visiting Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
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Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019 get their rings

Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019 get their rings

The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019, which includes Guy Carbonneau, Hayley Wickenheiser, Sergei Zubov, Vaclav Nedomansky and Jim Rutherford received their rings in a ceremony Friday. Wickenheiser says a lot of good memories have resurfaced as ...
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‘Chair girl’ pleads guilty to mischief

‘Chair girl’ pleads guilty to mischief

A woman charged with throwing a chair off a Toronto highrise building pleaded guilty to mischief when she appeared in court Friday morning. Nineteen-year-old Marcella Zoia made the plea in a packed Toronto courtroom this morning, acknowledging she...
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May urges Trudeau to go to climate summit as PM seeks common ground with Greens

May urges Trudeau to go to climate summit as PM seeks common ground with Greens

Justin Trudeau finished a week of meetings with opposition leaders with the Green party's Elizabeth May on Friday, and she pushed the prime minister to attend an international climate change summit just as MPs get back to work in the House of Comm...
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Listening to Christmas music too early could affect your mental health

Listening to Christmas music too early could affect your mental health

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Sports stars have mixed results as coaches

Sports stars have mixed results as coaches

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N.B. moves toward privatization of cannabis sales following losses in first year

N.B. moves toward privatization of cannabis sales following losses in first year

New Brunswick has issued a request for proposals for a single private operator to take over the government's operation, distribution and sales of recreational cannabis in the province. Finance Minister Ernie Steeves made the announcement Thursday ...
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Money Monitor: How to get concert tickets for a better price

Money Monitor: How to get concert tickets for a better price

Anyone who's been to a concert recently is well aware that there's no such thing as cheap seats anymore. But, music fans looking for a break do have a few options. Experts say srtists are increasingly using "dynamic pricing," in which ticket and f...
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French striker Thierry Henry named head coach of Montreal Impact

French striker Thierry Henry named head coach of Montreal Impact

Thierry Henry is the new head coach of the Montreal Impact. The Major League Soccer team says Henry has signed a two-year deal with an option for 2022. The Impact says Henry will be at the helm of the team as of mid-January when training camp begi...
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