Just one snort of cocaine can get you hooked.
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Foreign money funnelled towards Canadian political advocacy groups affected the outcome of the 2015 federal election, according to a document filed last week with Elections Canada and obtained in part by the Herald.
Journalists are already self-censoring in the toxic fallout from the CBC’s cultural appropriation controversy, University of Toronto Prof. Dr. Jordan Peterson says.
The federal Conservative Party needs an image makeover and leadership candidate Andrew Scheer believes he’s the man for the job.
You never know what's going to be deemed off limits by the social justice brigade next. Slut-shaming, victim blaming, cisgender patriarchy ... you could make a whole Billy Joel song from just sounding off all of the fictitious neuroses that are already a big no-no.
Quebec’s chief coroner has ordered an inquest into the death of a teen who was shot and killed by a provincial police officer in 2015 after a chase in Messines near Maniwaki.The order by Chief Coroner Catherine Rudel-Tessier was announced Friday.Brandon Maurice, 17, was shot on Nov. 16, 2015 after a pursuit involving a Sûreté du Québec officer.
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Dressed in a black jacket on Coach’s Corner, Don Cherry was grieving for a bear recently shot and killed by police in a Toronto neighbourhood.
Wracked in pain, Lyme disease warrior Paige Spencer spoke to me from her sick bed Saturday where she’s been mostly confined since last September.
Harry Kraemer knows smoking isn't good for you, but it's a 60-year habit he doesn't want to break.
The City of Gatineau has prepared a list of requests for Canadian Armed Forces assistance in dealing with the continued flooding crisis in the region.“Our list of requests for armed forces assistance is ready,” Mayor Maxime Pednaud-Jobin wrote on his Facebook page Saturday morning.The mayor said municipal officials will meet Saturday morning
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Francesca Matus’s time in the sun has ended in tears.
Canada’s troops will live out of tents during the first few months of their June deployment in Latvia as the host nation feverishly prepares to accommodate a 1,200-soldier battle group aimed at deterring Russian aggression in the Baltics.
A Saskatoon man has pleaded guilty to 40 child pornography charges related to live streaming the sexual abuse of children in Romania and the Philippines, and then sharing the images with others.
Kevin O’Leary, who rattled Conservative cages three months ago when he joined the party’s leadership race, did it again Wednesday by quitting a contest observers believe he had every chance of winning.
Kevin O’Leary has been loudly vying to be Canada’s prime minister.
The Woodstock nurse accused of killing eight people and trying to kill four others is one step closer to a trial.