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Quebec cops went to great lengths to lure man in girl's disappearance

Quebec cops went to great lengths to lure man in girl's disappearance

TROIS-RIVIERES, Que. — Court documents show Quebec provincial police went to great lengths to lure a man they considered a key suspect in the disappearance of a young girl in 2007.

Residents of northern Ontario community return home as forest fires keep burning

Residents of a northeastern Ontario community affected by forest fires are back in the homes they were forced to leave earlier this week. While a mandatory evacuation order has been lifted in Temagami, Ont.
New Cyclone helicopter takes to the skies before first international deployment

New Cyclone helicopter takes to the skies before first international deployment

HALIFAX — Two CH-148 Cyclones soared over Halifax harbour on Friday, marking a critical step in the oft-delayed rollout of the Canadian military's fleet of new maritime helicopters.
Parody account targeting Iqra Khalid deletes tweets after Liberal MP's complaint

Parody account targeting Iqra Khalid deletes tweets after Liberal MP's complaint

OTTAWA — A Twitter account billing itself as a parody of Iqra Khalid disappeared briefly but then returned Friday, its previous tweets deleted, after the Liberal MP complained about references to her Muslim heritage and claims she supports Sharia law

Toronto studying how motorcyclists can drive between lanes of traffic at red lights

TORONTO — The City of Toronto is studying the possibility of allowing motorcyclists to move between lanes of traffic while at a red light, a practice that advocates say would increase safety for those on bikes.
'I'm not being greedy.' Aunt says nephew doesn't deserve half of lottery jackpot

'I'm not being greedy.' Aunt says nephew doesn't deserve half of lottery jackpot

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotian woman at the centre of a family feud over a $1.2-million-dollar lottery win is staunchly defending her bid to keep her nephew away from his share of the jackpot — even though both of their names are on the winning ticket.
Supreme Court affirms privacy protections in tobacco health data case

Supreme Court affirms privacy protections in tobacco health data case

OTTAWA — British Columbia does not have to give a tobacco company access to detailed provincial health databases to help it mount a defence in a multibillion-dollar damages trial, the Supreme Court of Canada says in a ruling that will have a countryw

Canada Post supervisor visits woman after mail carrier pilfered her tomatoes

MONTREAL — Canada Post says a supervisor has apologized in person to a Montreal woman whose tomatoes were pilfered by a mail carrier.

Residents of northern Ontario community return home as forest fires continue to burn

TORONTO — The mayor of a northern Ontario community says residents have been allowed to return to homes they were forced to leave earlier this week as forest fires burned nearby. But Lorie Hunter, the mayor of Temagami, Ont.

B.C. real estate market tips to balance amid new mortgage rules: association

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Real Estate Association says tighter mortgage rules and lower demand are bringing the provincial housing market into balance.