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25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

INDIA-CANADA/TRUDEAU

Had Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to India begun with a bilateral summit with the Indian prime minister and ended with a family visit to the Taj Mahal, instead of the other way around, it might have avoided most of the issues that arose.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Opp cruiser

Ontario Provincial Police are now calling the deaths of four people in a central Ontario community a triple homicide/suicide.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Child in hospital

​Adults who survived childhood cancer are at a higher risk of poor mental health outcomes, Canadian oncologists say in a new study.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Assisted dying

The federal prison watchdog is urging more "compassionate" parole options and a ban on medically assisted death behind bars as Canada's prison system manages an increasingly sick, mentally ill and elderly inmate population.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Chatham Kent flood

Floodwaters that peaked in Chatham-Kent, Ont., overnight Saturday enveloped streets in the downtown core and prompted first responders to work "around the clock" to rescue people from their flooded homes.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

LOBLAW gift card $25 Sharron Katz

Loblaw’s attempt to smooth over a bread price-fixing scandal with a $25 gift card appears to be paying off — at least for some customers. The grocer started mailing the cards this week to many happy recipients.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

William Benjamin Hunter-Garrioch, Dale Jacob Gilchrist

Arrest warrants were issued for William Benjamin Hunter-Garrioch, 21, and Dale Jacob Gilchrist, 34, after the pair escaped from Stony Mountain Institution in Rockwood, Man., north of Winnipeg on Saturday night.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

March for Tina Fontaine at The Forks in Winnipeg

The death of Tina Fontaine and the acquittal of the man accused of killing her has sparked demands for widespread changes to prevent more young Indigenous people falling through society's cracks.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Ron Arsenault

A major technological change is about hit the road for Canadian truck drivers. The federal government has announced it will require all commercial truck and bus drivers to install electronic logging devices in their vehicles by the year 2020.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Canadian pulse

Western producers are pressuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to convince the Indian government to lift tariffs on Canadian lentil, chickpea and pea imports to that country.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

anne norris marcel reardon

Anne Norris, 30, admitted to killing Marcel Reardon, 46, with a hammer. A St. John's trial found her not criminally responsible.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Dave Duncan

Canadian ski cross competitor Dave Duncan and his wife Maja were each fined one million South Korean won ($1,176 Cdn), for their role in a car theft and DUI Saturday in South Korea. Willy Raine, who was driving, was fined five million South Korean won ($5,880 Cdn).

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Danielle Amyot lives in La Malbaie

Residents of La Malbaie, Que., are starting to see the first signs of the security measures that will be put in place ahead of G7 summit, which takes place in June.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Monica Udjuk Rankin Inlet MMIWG

Survivors and family members testified in public and private about their experiences in the inquiry's only stop in Nunavut. They talked about abuse that's "rampant" in the territory and what needs to be done to stop it.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Liberal Cabinet 20160202

Introducing a new incentive for fathers to take parental leave has largely been driven by the government's attempt to promote gender equality, including allowing women to return to work after having a baby, according to a cabinet minister who oversaw the consultations.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Patrick Brown

Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown sent a notice of libel to Bell Media, the parent company of CTV News, late Friday night, CBC News has learned.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

OLYMPICS-2018-OPENING/

These Winter Olympics mark the first time tropical Malaysia has made it to the games — and they've got a skate club in Barrie, Ont., to thank.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

Karen Collins

Karen Collins, owner of the first business in Alberta to ban B.C. wine, is toasting to victory after B.C. announced it will shelve its restrictions on increased bitumen shipments through the province.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

USB in a bottle

A group of students at Dalhousie University in Halifax is helping a North Korean defector strike at the heart of Kim Jong-un's regime — not with weapons, but with the truth.

25 Feb 2018 10:33:05 Z

La Loche Community School

On Jan. 22, 2016, a teen began a shooting spree in the small northern Saskatchewan town of La Loche that left four people dead and seven wounded. The teen, who learned Friday that he will be sentenced as an adult, will find out how long he will spend behind bars next month.