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  • Sears Canada liquidation sales underway across the country

    October 19, 2017 1:38 PM 7

    Everything must go is the mantra at Sears Canada locations across the country as the one-time mainstay of Canada’s retail landscape prepares to close its doors for good. Liquidation sales at the 64-year-old department store chain began on Thursday, following an ill-fated 18-month-long in-store revival effort that failed to gain traction with consumers

  • Thrift store pulls wrist-cutting Halloween prop

    October 19, 2017 12:14 PM 5

    Talize has agreed to pull a Halloween prop depicting wrist-cutting from its thrift store shelves across Canada, after outcry over the item’s depiction of suicide. The stick-on costume accessory depicts two seemingly bloody gashes across the wrist. Packaging on the item also shows a razorblade in one of the gashes. “This is not funny and it’s not a Halloween

  • 8 students suspended after brawl near high school caught on video

    October 19, 2017 11:31 AM 4

    Eight students have been suspended and 30 others were sent home in the aftermath of a violent fight near an Ottawa high school this week, CTV News has learned. The brawl occurred between several students in a park near St. Pius X Catholic high school in the city’s west end on Monday. As many as 50 students were seen watching and participating in the brawl

  • Woman dies after highway rollover in Brampton

    October 19, 2017 10:54 AM 7

    The victim was a 26-year-old Brampton woman A 26-year-old woman has died in hospital after a collision in Brampton on Wednesday night, according to police. Police and paramedics were called for a single vehicle collision on Highway 410 at Steeles Avenue East just after 11 p.m. The vehicle was travelling southbound on the highway and rolled over into the ditch

  • ‘I will be a prisoner’: Muslim woman, supporters call Bill 62 discriminatory

    October 19, 2017 12:12 AM 5

    Quebec's new law concerning religious neutrality is not sitting well with many, including woman who wear religious face coverings. One of those women is Warda Naili. Raised Catholic, she converted to Islam and wears a niqab by choice. “That means I will be a prisoner. I will be a prisoner in my own house,” she said, adding that she doesn’t feel comfortable

  • Quebec bans face covering in public services, raising worries among Muslims

    October 19, 2017 12:05 AM 5

    Quebec has adopted a law that will force people to show their faces when taking the bus or borrowing a book from the library, pushing ahead with legislation that is being criticized for targeting Muslim Canadian women. Bill 62, which the Justice Minister described as a North American first, requires one's face to be uncovered when giving or receiving

  • Quebec changes hearings into racism, new forum will tackle 'discrimination'

    October 18, 2017 11:00 PM 5

    MONTREAL -- Quebec's immigration minister announced Wednesday the government would be changing its widely criticized plan to hold public consultations on so-called systemic discrimination. Instead, minister David Heurtel said Quebec would hold a forum in December on the importance of diversity in society and the fight against discrimination, especially

  • Some fears of Islam justified, human rights lawyer tells M103 committee

    October 18, 2017 10:30 PM 9

    A celebrated Canadian human rights lawyer urged MPs to be careful in their use of the term Islamophobia, saying “fear of some elements of Islam is mere prudence.” David Matas, an Order of Canada recipient who began his career as a clerk for the Chief Justice of Canada in the 1960s, delivered testimony Wednesday before the M-103 committee hearings in his capacity

  • Heartless rider robs blind woman

    October 18, 2017 9:27 PM 6

    A hard-hearted grifter who preyed upon the kindness of a blind woman she met on a bus stole $800 from the Good Samaritan. The blind woman — identified only as Sally — made the long trek from Sudbury on a bus for a medical appointment. Her daughter wanted to accompany her, but Sally wanted to regain some sense of independence. CTV News reports that Sally

  • $500,000 in collectible coins and banknotes stolen from man's car

    October 18, 2017 6:26 PM 6

    MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Police in Ontario are looking for a suspect in the theft of about $500,000 in rare coins and banknotes. Investigators say a 68-year-old British Columbia man parked at a Mississauga, Ont., hotel on Sept. 26 and his vehicle was broken into early that afternoon. They say two bags containing collectible coins and banknotes were taken