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McArthur facing 6th murder charge as cops identify more remains: Source
Bruce McArthur currently faces five counts of first-degree murder but he may still be hit with more charges. Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur is expected to be slapped with another first-degree murder charge on Friday morning. Toronto Police have ...
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Texas governor accepts recommendation, spares inmate
Kent Whitaker and his wife Tanya walk out of the Texas Capitol after learning the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles voted unanimously to recommend clemency for death row inmate Thomas Whitaker, Kent's son who was found guilty of setting up an ambush ...
Texas governor spares death row inmateLos Angeles Times
Man who plotted his family's murder will not be executed, governor saysABC News
Death Row Inmate Who Murdered his Mom and Brother Spared Just Minutes Before ExecutionPEOPLE.com
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Jury finds Raymond Cormier not guilty in death of Tina Fontaine
Read our live coverage below. A jury has found Raymond Cormier not guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Tina Fontaine. After the verdict was delivered, people in the crowd burst into tears and gasps of disbelief were heard from members of the ...
Tina Fontaine's death and Raymond Cormier's trial: What the jury heardCTV News
Not guilty in teen's deathCastanet.net
Tina Fontaine: Raymond Cormier not guilty of Red River murderBBC News
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Sheriff: School officer never went inside to confront gunman
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The armed officer on duty at the Florida school where a shooter killed 17 people never went inside to engage the gunman and has been placed under investigation, officials announced Thursday. The Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory ...
Armed guard at Florida high school failed to enter building and stop shooterThe Guardian
Stoneman Douglas school resource officer stayed outside as shooting unfolded, sheriff saysCNN
Armed deputy at Florida school resigns after staying outside building during attackGlobalnews.ca
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Flooding in Brantford, Ont., remains unpredictable and high risk, mayor says
The mayor of Brantford, Ont., is warning people in the area that the flood crisis along the Grand River running through the city remains unpredictable and high risk. A state of emergency was declared at 10:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday. The evacuation of ...
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Expectations high that federal budget will make big investments in cybersecurity - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Expectations high that federal budget will make big investments in cybersecurity
OTTAWA — Government and industry insiders have high expectations next week's federal budget will contain big investments to help Canada reinforce its cybersecurity defences in an age of heightened global threats to businesses, privacy and democracy. A ...
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Robert Mueller files 32 new fraud charges against ex-Trump aides
Paul Manafort leaving the US district court in Washington on 14 February. The new charges come on top of the original 12-count indictment in October, which focused on money-laundering and failure to register as a foreign agent. Photograph: Leah Millis ...
Mueller Files New Fraud Charges Against Paul ManafortNew York Times
Mueller's Russia investigation: What to knowFox News
New charges brought against ex-Trump campaign associatesTimes Colonist
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Man killed in two-vehicle crash in Scarborough's Ionview area, police say
A man is dead following a two-vehicle crash in Scarborough's Ionview neighbourhood, Toronto police say. It happened near Eglinton Avenue East and Kennedy Road sometime before 5 p.m.. In a tweet, Toronto police said two vehicles were involved in the ...
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Grand jury indicts Missouri governor who admitted affair
FILE - In this Jan. 29, 2018, file photo, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens speaks in Palmyra, Mo. A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge related to the Republican's affair with a woman in 2015. St. Louis Circuit ...
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens indicted for felony invasion of privacySTLtoday.com
Grand jury indicts Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens for allegedly taking compromising photo of womanUSA TODAY
Gov. Greitens indicted for felony invasion of privacy stemming from affairKansas City Star
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NRA chief lashes out at gun control advocates after Florida high school murders - The Globe and Mail
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NRA chief lashes out at gun control advocates after Florida high school murders
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The National Rifle Association's Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre speaks during the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Oxen Hill, Maryland, on Feb. 22, 2018. JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images. Roberta Rampton ...
NRA breaks silence after Parkland school shooting to attack teenage survivors, law enforcement and mediaNational Post
The NRA slams the FBI, calls Democrats 'saboteurs', says reporters 'love mass shootings'MetroNews Canada
NRA bashes liberals while victims plead for change in America's split-screen momentCNN
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Tessa Virtue has hilarious response to Ryan Reynolds' tweet
The gold-medal performance of Canadian ice dancing duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir resulted in a flood of praise and awe from fans on Twitter. One of those tweets happened to be from fellow Canadian and Hollywood superstar, Ryan Reynolds. Vancouver ...
Ice dancer Moir gets vocal and goes viral at women's Olympic hockey finalTheSpec.com
Tessa and Scott to pay tribute to 'wonderfully weird' Gord Downie for gala skateHELLO! Canada
Sexual tension between PyeongChang gold medallists set to explodeNEWS.com.au
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Kylie Jenner just wiped $1.7 billion off Snap's market cap, and the worst isn't over for the stock - CNBC
Kylie Jenner just wiped $1.7 billion off Snap's market cap, and the worst isn't over for the stock
Shares of Snap are on track for their worst week since November 2017, plunging as much as 8 percent on Thursday after reality TV star Kylie Jenner tweeted that she no longer uses the Snapchat app following its redesign. tweet. Jenner's tweet comes on ...
Kylie Jenner 'sooo over' Snapchat - and Wall Street panicsBBC News
Kylie Jenner sends Snap stock tumbling with a tweetUSA TODAY
Why Kylie Jenner May Be to Blame for Snap's Recent $1 Billion Loss in ValueFortune
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Pointe-Saint-Charles tenants on the move after being forced from their homes
The tenants in two deteriorating apartment buildings in Pointe-Saint-Charles are scrambling today after a Quebec Superior Court justice ruled Wednesday they must vacate their homes by this afternoon due to safety risks. "The city's paying for a motel ...
Eviction day arrives for tenants living in unsanitary buildingsCTV News
Pointe-Saint-Charles tenants must leave apartments by noon Thursday, judge rulesYahoo News Canada (blog)
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Airbnb rentals being used for alleged human trafficking: Toronto police
Toronto police say a recent case of alleged human trafficking is the latest in a growing trend involving people using Airbnb rentals to conduct their illicit transactions. Det. Sgt. Nunzio Tramontozzi said police have seen a surge in such cases over ...
Men arrested in connection with alleged human trafficking of young womanCBC.ca
Suspects shot woman who they forced into sex trade and then refused her medical treatment: policeCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Airbnb rentals used for human trafficking, Toronto police sayToronto Star
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City of Montreal criticized after low-income tenants forced from 'unsafe' homes
Residents leave a condemned apartment building after being evicted Thursday, February 22, 2018 in Montreal. Tenants of two decrepit buildings in the neighbourhood received evacuation notices three weeks ago stating they needed to vacate the premises by ...
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State of emergency
A southwestern Ontario community remains under a state of emergency after flooding from a swollen river forced thousands of residents from their homes. Brantford, Ont., Mayor Chris Friel said Thursday the city remains in "response mode" despite an ...
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Nova Scotia announces new immigration stream for doctors
Nova Scotia is starting a new immigration stream for doctors looking to come to the province. But it only applies to doctors who can already work here, not other foreign-trained physicians. Nova Scotia — the second province to have an immigration ...
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Dana Loesch: What to know about the controversial NRA spokeswoman
One of the National Rifle Association's most prominent figures, spokeswoman Dana Loesch, weighed in on a conversation surrounding gun control Wednesday. Loesch appeared on stage during a town hall hosted by CNN on gun violence, following a mass ...
Marco Rubio on the defensive on gun control at town hall following Florida school shootingToronto Star
Marco Rubio is right: There probably isn't a loophole-free assault weapons banWashington Post
The Power of the Parkland Town HallThe Atlantic
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Majority of TPA members who responded to online vote indicate 'no confidence' in Saunders - CTV News
Majority of TPA members who responded to online vote indicate 'no confidence' in Saunders
The majority of Toronto Police Association members who responded to an online vote have indicated that they have 'no confidence' in Chief Mark Saunders but the board who control the chief's fate say they continue to “fully and unequivocally” support ...
Toronto police union vote finds 86 per cent have 'non-confidence' in Chief Mark SaundersToronto Star
Toronto Police Association members vote 'no confidence' in Chief Mark SaundersGlobalnews.ca
86% of Toronto Police Association members have no confidence in Chief Saunders, vote findsCBC.ca
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Pair charged with pimping out, shooting woman
TORONTO — Two 18-year-old men are facing a combined 52 charges for allegedly pimping a woman and shooting her in the buttocks when she tried to escape. Toronto Police allege that between Jan. 8 and Feb. 10, the men forced a 19-year-old woman into the ...
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