B.C. man aims to ‘destroy’ ex-wife with revenge website
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B.C. man aims to ‘destroy’ ex-wife with revenge website

Desiree Capuano says her ex-husband’s “sick fixation” is ruining her family’s life, but Patrick Fox…

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Allegations of sexual touching, bullying investigated at police college run by RCMP
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Allegations of sexual touching, bullying investigated at police college run by RCMP

The RCMP is scrambling to contain the fallout from bungled internal investigations into allegations of…

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Dumping a Party Leader | The Insiders
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Dumping a Party Leader | The Insiders

Political parties have the power to dump their leaders but it’s not easy. »»» Subscribe…

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Opposition presses government on new ISIS mission
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Opposition presses government on new ISIS mission

The defence minister says Canadian CF-18s have dropped their last bombs on ISIS and are…

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Photography exhibit lets visually impaired feel 3-D photos
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Photography exhibit lets visually impaired feel 3-D photos

‘Sight Unseen’, a new photography exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg,…

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The politics of a Bombardier bailout
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The politics of a Bombardier bailout

Bombardier is looking for cash from the federal government. The Quebec government has already chipped…

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Apple at odds with FBI over terrorist’s phone
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Apple at odds with FBI over terrorist’s phone

Apple says it won’t comply with a court order to unlock the San Bernardino killer’s…

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Bombardier cuts 7000 jobs
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Bombardier cuts 7000 jobs

Quebec aerospace giant announced today it’s shedding 7000 jobs — but it also announced Air…

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What happens to a town when the potash mine closes?
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What happens to a town when the potash mine closes?

Many residents of Sussex, New Brunswick depended on potash for their livelihoods. And now it’s…

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Loss of popular tax credit hurts Nova Scotia film industry
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Loss of popular tax credit hurts Nova Scotia film industry

Not long ago, Nova Scotia’s film industry was a success story. Now with the loss…

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