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Brown's book alleges Brian Mulroney bargained over daughter's political future

Brown's book alleges Brian Mulroney bargained over daughter's political future

TORONTO — A new book purporting to tell the truth about the fall of Patrick Brown offers a rare glimpse into the machinations inside the Ontario Progressive Conservative party following his abrupt resignation as leader amid sexual misconduct allegati
Newfoundland woman's search for missing California couple comes to difficult end

Newfoundland woman's search for missing California couple comes to difficult end

LEWISPORTE, N.L. — A Newfoundland woman who launched a desperate bid to find family members missing thousands of kilometres away in a fire-ravaged California town says the search has come to a difficult end.
Mixing business and family: Trudeau turns to Singapore ancestors to widen trade

Mixing business and family: Trudeau turns to Singapore ancestors to widen trade

SINGAPORE — Slowly strolling along a paved walkway, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looked around Fort Canning and came face-to-face with his history.
School bullying video shows how people with disabilities are devalued: advocates

School bullying video shows how people with disabilities are devalued: advocates

GLACE BAY, N.S. — Advocates say a disturbing video showing a Cape Breton teen's classmate walking over him in a stream demonstrates how the lives of people with disabilities are often devalued.
Baloney Meter: Will tougher penalties for gang members make Canada safer?

Baloney Meter: Will tougher penalties for gang members make Canada safer?

OTTAWA — "Canadians deserve to feel safe where they live. A Conservative government will deal swiftly and firmly with gang crime as part of our overall plan for a safer Canada." — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, news release, Nov. 8, 2018.
Early data suggests no spike in pot-impaired driving after legalization: police

Early data suggests no spike in pot-impaired driving after legalization: police

VANCOUVER — Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more awareness of laws around storing marijuana in vehicles and passengers smoking weed, law enforcement officials say.
In the news today, Nov. 15

In the news today, Nov. 15

Four stories in the news for Thursday, Nov. 15 ——— NO SPIKE IN STONED DRIVING AFTER OCT. 17: POLICE Police departments across the country say they haven't seen a dramatic spike in cannabis impaired-driving one month since legalization.

Manitoba Tory backbencher holds another fundraiser at men-only squash club

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba government backbencher is once again holding a fundraising event at a squash club that doesn't allow women to become members.
Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Two French minesweepers built in Thunder Bay disappeared 99 years ago
Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Don't panic, but they are worried there might not be enough