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18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Ont College Strike 20171117

Ontario's legislature is sitting this weekend as the governing Liberals push through a bill to end a strike by faculty at the province's colleges.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Sunset NAFTA 20171116

A source with direct knowledge of the NAFTA talks in Mexico City says about a dozen different topics have come up so far, with little movement following the first full day of discussions.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Patricia 110

Patricia Garnett is known to many Saint Johners as "the doll lady." Her story is captured in an award-winning photo essay titled "Patricia's Dolls" by freelance photographer Chris Donovan.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Joshua Frank

Joshua Frank, on trial in the deaths of three people, finally came face to face with 'Mr. Big' and confessed he murdered Gordon, Sandra and Monica Klaus in cold blood for money in a video played in court Friday. When asked if he felt any remorse, he said, "A little bit."

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Tamara Ryan Lovett

A Calgary mother convicted in her son's "senseless" death after failing to take the bedridden seven-year-old to a doctor for his treatable strep infection was sentenced to three years in prison Friday.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Gaitrie Persaud

Deaf music fans in Canada say insufficient laws and lack of support leave them shut out when their favourite artists come to town.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

FBO USports Loney Bowl 20171114

Just four days after an exhilarating overtime victory over the Saint Mary's Huskies, the Acadia Axemen are back on the gridiron to do battle with an even bigger foe in Saturday's Uteck Bowl.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Barbara Kentner

Tia Nicholaichuk said she was struck by how quickly the rumours spread on Facebook about Barbara Kentner, the Anishinaabe woman who died this summer after she was struck by a trailer hit thrown from a moving car.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Tent MMIWG Whitehorse

Over a year into its mandate, the National Inquiry Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls has still not developed an aftercare protocol for participating families or created positions to deal with the human resources issues plaguing its work, according to a manager fired last month.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

HBR Rail Churchill

Communities along the flood-damaged railway to Churchill have renewed hope after it was announced a Toronto-based investment company will partner with two Manitoba groups in an effort to buy Omnitrax's assets.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Campaign 2016 Michelle Obama

A high-profile Canadian charity with close ties to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife is excluding youth from Quebec, Trudeau’s home province, from a nationwide contest to win tickets to an event featuring former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Bombardier

Bombardier is hiring about 1,000 workers in the Montreal area to work on its Global 7000 business aircraft program, the company said Friday.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Hugh  Kroetsch

Reels of 8-mm film, long forgotten in a dusty attic, inspired Hugh Kroetsch to retrace his steps through Canada’s High Arctic, in a father-and-son expedition nearly seven decades in the making.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Order of Canada 20171117

Alex Trebek and the surviving members of the Tragically Hip will receive the insignia of the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall Friday morning.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Suspect accused of shots fired at officer near Osler Sask.

Sometimes a sketch is the only way police can provide the public with an image of a suspect. Saskatchewan police rely on their part-time forensic sketch artists to help create these images.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Pot smoking

A deeper dive into the day's most important stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Sandra, Gordon and Monica Klaus

Stunning details about a Mr. Big sting dubbed Project Kontingent emerged in a Red Deer courtroom Thursday during the triple first-degree murder trial of Jason Klaus and Joshua Frank.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Question Period 20170322

Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale announced the federal government will spend $327.6 million over five years on anti-gang initiatives and gun crime crackdown.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Kenneth Ruben

Since the latest push by the mayor of Winnipeg to get the CFL team to change their name, many Inuit have spoken out to voice their support for the Eskimos moniker.

18 Nov 2017 12:20:03 Z

Former prime ministers Paul Martin and Brian Mulroney

The public will get a glimpse at the tens of thousands of names — including those of more than 3,000 Canadians and Canadian companies — in the Paradise Papers starting today.