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Alberta Appeals Court bumps up award to 'Scud Stud' in defamation case

Alberta Appeals Court bumps up award to 'Scud Stud' in defamation case

CALGARY — A former war correspondent has been awarded another $200,000 in costs related to his years-long legal dispute with one of Canada's biggest media companies.
Newfoundland woman at centre of Scottish workplace harassment scandal

Newfoundland woman at centre of Scottish workplace harassment scandal

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland-born woman has sparked a major political scandal in Scotland, alleging she suffered a decade of harassment after complaining about a sexist, racist workplace culture at her civil service office.

New app lets parents keep kids' pertinent information at their fingertips

MONTREAL — Getting the right information to authorities is paramount in the minutes following a child's disappearance.

Political parties clamour for social media influence in the election

TORONTO — In a dozen or so videos, Andrea Horwath speaks directly into the camera, her face very close to the lens, a couch visible over her shoulder — an esthetic seen more often with YouTube celebrities than politicians.

CP Rail labour issues timeline

A timeline of labour issues at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.: May 25: CP Rail resumes talks after conductors and signal workers vote to reject contract offer.

Regulator investigating Halifax chiropractor's posts on vaccination

HALIFAX — A Halifax chiropractor is under investigation by a provincial regulator for social media and online posts questioning vaccination.
Eight-week trial set next year for suspect in Edmonton attack, officer stabbing

Eight-week trial set next year for suspect in Edmonton attack, officer stabbing

EDMONTON — A jury trial has been scheduled next year for a man accused of trying to kill an Edmonton police officer and running down pedestrians. Abdulahi Hasan Sharif faces 12 charges related to the attack last year.
Ontario's Kathleen Wynne says she's not giving up despite poor showing in polls

Ontario's Kathleen Wynne says she's not giving up despite poor showing in polls

TORONTO — Facing a barrage of poor polling numbers for her Ontario Liberals, a subdued Kathleen Wynne said on Friday she would keep doing what she can to push her party's accomplishments in government.

Police make appeal in case of girl, 2, who disappeared from Ontario park in 1966

ORILLIA, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police are appealing to anyone with information about the disappearance of a young girl more than 50 years ago to come forward.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning calls for radical transformation of society

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning calls for radical transformation of society

MONTREAL — Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. soldier who became famous after she was imprisoned for passing government documents to Wikileaks, is calling for radical changes to the American military and police forces.