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14 clues that it’s time to break up

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Let 10,000 Syrian refugees settle in Canada, humanitarian groups say

Syrian-Canadian Faisal Alazem wants an explanation as to why the Canadian government is dragging its feet when it comes to resettling Syrian refugees.

Let 10,000 Syrian refugees settle in Canada, humanitarian groups say

Humanitarian groups ask Canadian government to immediately allow 10,000 Syrian refugees to settle here

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QEW FATAL

Police are investigating after one person has killed in a head-on crash on the Niagara-bound QEW at Fifty Road early Tuesday

Toronto man faces impaired charges in wrong-way fatal QEW crash

A man who police say drove the wrong way on the QEW and killed another man in a head-on crash has been charged with drunk driving.

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Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent joined Canadian military in 1986

Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent died as a result of his injuries after being hit by a car driven by a suspected terrorist.

Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent joined Canadian military in 1986

Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent in Canadian military for 28 years when he was killed by car driven by suspected homegrown terrorist

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A&W growing fast in Ontario

Burger chain A&W is expanding in Ontario and Quebec.

A&W growing fast in Ontario

Canada’s second largest burger chain also pushing a healthy ingredient guarantee

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CP Rail CEO says no formal offer made to rival CSX

Despite the end of talks with CSX, Canadian Pacific CEO Hunter Harrison is still a believer in railroad consolidation.

CP Rail CEO says no formal offer made to rival CSX

CP CEO Hunter Harrison says the railway was never rebuffed from CSX over a merger because discussions never reached more formal offer stage

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Soldier attacker Martin Rouleau had passport seized, RCMP says

Quebec police say they believe the attacker, Martin Rouleau, may have been lying in wait for more than two hours before running his victims down with his car. The fallen car belonged to the attacker.

Soldier attacker Martin Rouleau had passport seized, RCMP says

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Burlington Braves finish OFC season at 2-6

Burlington Braves finish OFC season at 2-6

The Burlington Braves finished the 2014 Ontario Football Conference season Saturday with a 23-21 loss to the Ottawa Sooners at Nelson...

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One dead in Norfolk County crash

Driver killed in Norfolk County crash

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Charge laid after wrong-way crash on QEW

One dead after vehicle driven in the wrong direction on the QEW in Stoney Creek

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Don't break my stride, MPs tell police

Don't break my stride, MPs tell RCMP over Hill security delays

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Senior's dog stolen from her car in Ottawa

Ottawa senior's dog taken from car while she went into store for 10 minutes

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Mosquito-borne virus infects Cdn travellers

Mosquito-borne chikungunya virus has infected more than 200 Canadians

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Liberals block witness at gas plants hearing

Opposition accuse Ontario Liberals of blocking witnesses at gas plants committee

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