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TORONTO - Toronto police have released a security video of two men they say disguised themselves as women in burkas while robbing a jewelry store.

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OTTAWA - A New Brunswick First Nation says its requests for money from the province to repair its crumbling roads have gone unheeded.

Chief David Peter-Paul of the Pabineau First Nation says he spoke

A Canadian who moved to Israel to pursue his devout faith 30 years ago was left fighting for his life after an attack at the synagogue where he prayed three times a day, his sister said Tuesday.

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VANCOUVER - The judge who oversaw the trial of a mariner convicted of criminal negligence in the fatal sinking of a British Columbia passenger ferry made numerous errors when instructing the jury, res

OTTAWA - Defence Minister Rob Nicholson will be presented with a series of options as early as this week about how the navy can cover off the gap in military supply ships, which could last up to seven

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government is promising to wind down the use of hotels to house children in need of emergency foster care, but the great-aunt of a teenager who was killed after running away fr

OTTAWA - Canada's biggest income earners lost ground to the other 99 per cent in the post-recession world, as new data suggested a narrowing of the gap experts could not immediately explain.

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REGINA - A Saskatchewan junior hockey team is under fire after unveiling a new mascot that critics are calling offensive to Middle Eastern people.

Prince Albert Raiders spokeswoman Amber Pratt said t

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WINNIPEG - Manitoba's Green party leader has won the contest to replace himself.

James Beddome quit as party leader last year to devote more time to starting a law career in Winnipeg, but says he end