Family seeks release of Ontario grandmother held in Hong Kong on drug charges

CBC Canadian Headlines - 3 hours 32 sec ago

The apparent online scam that landed Suzana Thayer in a Hong Kong jail for allegedly trafficking cocaine on a flight from Ethiopia was not the first time the Ontario grandmother had been duped by a fake internet romance.

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Petition for an inquiry into widespread abuse in sports tabled in the House of Commons

CBC Canadian Headlines - 3 hours 17 min ago

NDP MP Brian Masse tabled a petition in the House of Commons on Friday calling on the Liberal government to undertake an independent public inquiry into widespread abuse at every level of Canadian sport.

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Authorities in Akwesasne hunt for missing child after six bodies found in Quebec marsh

Toronto Star News - 3 hours 20 min ago

The travellers had been crossing from Canada to the States, authorities believe
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Lucki's gun call wasn't political interference but new rules are needed: N.S. mass shooting report

CBC Canadian Headlines - 3 hours 31 min ago

A report on the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia says then-RCMP commissioner Brenda Lucki's infamous call to local Mounties was "ill-timed and poorly expressed" — but did not amount to political interference.

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Trump to be arraigned Tuesday to face New York indictment

Toronto Star News - 3 hours 48 min ago

Trump’s indictment, announced Thursday, came after a grand jury probe into hush money paid during the 2016 presidential campaign to squelch allegations of an extramarital sexual encounter.
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2 real estate agents fired over their 'you could do worse' ad campaign double down on their brand

CBC Canadian Headlines - 3 hours 56 min ago

A pair of real estate agents in London, Ont., who say they want to humanize the industry, and were fired from a realty firm for taking their advertising campaign, "You could do worse," to billboards and social media, have doubled down on their approach.

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PM defends appointment of cabinet minister's sister-in-law to top ethics post

CBC Canadian Headlines - 3 hours 56 min ago

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending the appointment of a relative of one of his cabinet ministers as the government's top ethics watchdog.

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