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August 17, 2017 3:49 AM The photo of a counter-protester beating a police officer fooling the internet

IT HAS been the image shared online to prove Donald Trump was right when he insisted there was “blame on both sides” for the violence in Charlottesville. The image showing a man wielding a club and wearing an “antifa” jacket while standing over a downed officer was widely shared after the deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville 12

August 16, 2017 8:10 AM Stakeholders assess Canada's NAFTA game plan

OTTAWA - Canadian stakeholders have been lining up on either side of Ottawa's NAFTA wish list - some say it covers key points while others worry about its silence on their top concerns. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland released a public list of demands earlier this week ahead of the first round of the deal's renegotiation, which begins today 9

August 4, 2017 3:58 PM Politicians call for resignations, investigation into Niagara River sewage dump

Expert says lack of accountability is 'disgraceful' After an inky, foul-smelling discharge blackened the water near the base of Niagara Falls during a busy tourist weekend, several U.S. lawmakers are calling for the resignation of the board that runs the wastewater treatment plant on the American side of the river. A preliminary report of the discharge 10

August 3, 2017 5:06 AM Vote tampering claims jolt Venezuela on eve of new assembly

CARACAS, Venezuela -- Revelations on Wednesday that turnout figures were apparently manipulated in a crucial vote for an all-powerful constituent assembly in Venezuela cast a deeper shadow over the controversial body shortly before it was to convene. The official count of voters in Sunday's election was off by at least 1 million, according to the head of the voting 12

August 1, 2017 8:14 AM Pipeline, opioid crisis on table as Trudeau meets with Vancouver mayor

VANCOUVER - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to meet with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson this morning, but their once-rosy relationship has been threatened by the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Trudeau's government approved the $7.4-billion expansion last November despite Robertson's staunch opposition to the project, which would see a seven-fold 11

July 26, 2017 2:43 PM Justin Trudeau, dubbed 'The North Star,' lands Rolling Stone cover

Feature juxtaposes Trudeau and Trump, favouring the Canadian leader "Is Canada's prime minister the free world's best hope?" Rolling Stone magazine seems to think so. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is featured in the cover story posted online Tuesday morning for the latest issue of the long-running music and pop culture magazine. The lengthy feature 9

July 25, 2017 9:11 PM College of Nurses declined to investigate Elizabeth Wettlaufer after 2014 firing

The ex-nurse was fired for mishandling insulin three months before killing her last murder victim. Three months before Elizabeth Wettlaufer murdered 75-year-old Arpad Horvath with an insulin overdose, the Ontario College of Nurses knew she’d been fired for a mistake administering the medication, a disciplinary hearing revealed Tuesday as it declared 9

July 21, 2017 7:10 PM Nearly 900 asylum seekers crossed illegally into Canada in June, mostly in Quebec

OTTAWA - New figures released today show a shift in where the RCMP are arresting people crossing illegally into Canada. Data from the federal government shows a drop in the number of people being apprehended in Manitoba, but a major increase in Quebec. The RCMP intercepted 884 people who crossed into Canada between regular ports of entry in June in total 8

July 11, 2017 6:43 PM Wildfires taking economic toll on B.C. tourism industry

Dozens of provincial parks in central British Columbia have been shut down due to wildfires, threatening the tourism industry, one of the province's top economic drivers. The B.C. government lists more than 60 provincial parks that are closed as the wildfires burn through thousands of hectares of forest. The fires have also forced officials to close 14

July 11, 2017 12:09 PM Report: Jays check in on Marlins 2B Gordon

Can the Jays rebound in the second half? The Toronto Blue Jays are among a group of three teams who have "at least mentioned" Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon, FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman reports. According to Heyman, the Marlins are ready to be sellers after the All-Star break and though most of the talk has revolved around their pitchers, the team is also looking 7