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Russian aggression the focus of NATO meeting in Brussels

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The United States and its NATO allies struggled Tuesday to come up with a clear message to send Russia at a time of conflicting concerns in Europe and the Middle East.

Canadian millennials richer, more likely to be working than U.S. counterparts

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Canadians aged 25 to 34 are richer, more likely to own a home and more likely to be working than their American contemporaries, according to a study by TD Economics.

Dennis Oland tells jury he didn't kill his father as he testifies in own defence

Dennis Oland and his wife Lisa head to court in Saint John, N.b., on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015. Dennis Oland is charged with second degree murder in the death of his father. Richard Oland, 69, was found dead in his Saint John office on July 7, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ron WardThe courtroom was full to overflowing for Oland's testimony at his murder trial, now in its 12th week, and defence lawyer Gary Miller asked his client moments into his testimony whether he killed Richard Oland. Police identified Dennis Oland as a suspect during an interview with him the day after the murder. A grainy, black and white surveillance video was played for the jury that showed someone getting into a light coloured car on Canterbury Street near Richard Oland's office, then opening and closing the hatchback before getting into the vehicle and driving away between 6:12 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. on July 6, 2011.

Ontario auditor general's 2015 report could contain 'embarrassments' for Liberals

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If someone you love gets home care or stays in a nursing home, if you get power from Hydro One, or if your child rides a school bus, you’ll want to pay close attention to Wednesday’s report from Ontario’s government-spending watchdog. Auditor-general Bonnie Lysyk will report on whether taxpayers are getting value for money from 14 different government programs.

Obama says he hopes shooting at Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado spurs action

President Barack Obama said Tuesday he hopes the shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado spurs conversation and action on deterring gun violence. Obama, speaking at a global warming conference, said it will ultimately be up to Congress, states and local governments to act in ways that prevent people intent on committing violence from getting weapons. Last week's attack in Colorado killed three people.

Bieber announces intimate benefit show in Toronto for hometown outreach group

Justin Bieber performs on NBC's "Today" show at Rockefeller Plaza on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 in New York.Bieber has surprised his fans with plans for an intimate benefit concert in Toronto next week.The pop superstar tweeted today that he'll perform at the Danforth Music Hall on Dec. 7 to benefit an outreach centre in his hometown of Stratford, Ont. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/APJustin Bieber's road to redemption continues. On Tuesday, the beleaguered pop superstar surprised fans with plans for an intimate Toronto concert to benefit an outreach centre that helped him and his mother in his hometown of Stratford, Ont. The 21-year-old took to his Twitter account to announce that he'll perform an acoustic show at the Danforth Music Hall on Dec. 7 to benefit the Stratford House of Blessing.

Stockholm clinic launches penis measuring tape

Stockholm clinic launches penis measuring tape

In 5 clicks: Meet Adele's new hunky bodyguard

Meet Adele's new hunky bodyguard

On World AIDS Day, condom maker calls for safe-sex emoji

On World AIDS Day, condom maker calls for safe-sex emoji

Prison experts call on Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to restrict solitary confinement


Prison policy experts are urging the federal government to act fast on a promise to limit solitary confinement behind bars. A panel of academics and advocates plans to put pressure on new Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to abolish the practice they say violates human rights.

Suspect in New Orleans shooting that wounded 17 in custody

A suspect in a shooting at a New Orleans park last Sunday that wounded 17 people is in police custody, authorities said on Saturday.

Woman heartbroken after stranger who paid for her groceries dies 1 day later

Woman heartbroken after stranger who paid for her groceries dies 1 day laterA Canadian woman was heartbroken when she found out a stranger who stepped forward to pay her $200 grocery bill had died in a car crash just one day after his good deed. 

P.E.I. has lowest average hourly wage for jobs listed April to June: Statistics Canada

P.E.I. has lowest average hourly wage for jobs listed April to June: Statistics CanadaP.E.I. "help wanted" listings for April to June 2015 offered the lowest average hourly wages in the country, according to a recent Statistics Canada report.  

Remote B.C. town trying to do life without Internet after provider shuts down

Stewart is located along the B.C.-Alaska boundary, about a 1,500-kilometre drive from Vancouver. Durant said the district worked with Telus and the B.C. government to upgrade to high-speed, but it was too expensive for the non-profit provider to contribute the matching infrastructure.

David Price signs with Red Sox, Jays fans feeling rejected


Toronto Blue Jays fans learned that starting pitcher David Price will no longer be a "boy in blue," as he reportedly agreed to a seven-year, $217-million US deal with the Boston Red Sox. The news has left Jays fans feeling a bit rejected.

Sebastian Giovinco appears set to be named MLS MVP


Toronto FC announced defensive changes Tuesday on the eve of celebrating yet another award for offensive dynamo Sebastian Giovinco.

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Chinese man wins bet after swallowing nail and saw blade, but spends winnings on surgery

A Chinese man who was apparently trying to raise money for rent took a bet he could swallow a five-inch saw blade and a five-inch nail.

Corgi put on wrong flight, ends up in Honolulu instead of Jackson, Mississippi

An American Airlines passenger's pet took something of an unplanned Hawaiian vacation when the corgi was placed on the wrong flight and ended up in Honolulu.

Boy in clown mask freaking out Wisconsin campus

A developmentally challenged boy who's been dressing as a creepy clown and staring down cars and peeking in windows means no harm, his mom says. But the students of Wisconsin's Carroll University's campus sure would like him to cut it out anyway.

Conservatives choose Alberta MP Rona Ambrose as new interim leader

The federal Conservatives have chosen Alberta MP Rona Ambrose as their interim replacement for former leader Stephen Harper.

Rob Ford starts chemo again, continues to take constituent calls

Rob Ford is now undergoing chemotherapy treatment but if residents need help, he urged them to call him at home.

Trudeau government backs Keystone XL pipeline: Foreign minister Dion

Canada's new Liberal government backs TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline, but does not want the project opposed by environmentalists to spoil relations with the United States, Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said on Thursday.

Boozy fundraiser for addiction centre questioned

A recent men-only, fine-wine and grappa-tasting fundraiser for an addiction centre north of Toronto that was attended by some prominent Liberals, powerful businessmen and a senior police official has attracted some criticism.

Full text of TPP agreement released online

Canada has signed almost two dozen side letters with its trading partners in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, including an agreement with the United States to combat illicit trade.
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