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Bruce McArthur charged with 1st-degree murder in 6th man's death

Bruce McArthur

Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is now facing a sixth charge of first-degree murder, this time in the death of Skandaraj Navaratnam, whose remains were found in a planter seized from a property linked to the landscaper.

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Crown's 'very thin case' against Raymond Cormier made conviction unlikely, lawyers say

People leaving courthouse after Raymond Cormier acquittal

While the acquittal of Raymond Cormier on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Tina Fontaine shocked many people, legal experts say there wasn't much else the jury could do.

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Where your tax dollar goes

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Do you actually know what Canada spends its money on? As we prepare for next week's federal budget, let's start with a look at where the money really goes?

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Dying of neglect: eastern Ghouta under siege is a hell on earth

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Eastern Ghouta is running out of almost everything, but there is no shortage of ways to die. It is back in the world's gaze in a torrent of airstrikes, mortars, rockets and barrel bombs.

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Florida governor proposes 'active shooter training' for schools as part of gun safety plan

Rick Scott

Florida Gov. Rick Scott today proposed a plan to prevent gun violence that includes banning the sale of firearms to anyone younger than 21 in the wake of a mass shooting that killed 17 people at a Florida high school last week.

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Judge to sentence La Loche shooter as an adult

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A provincial court judge has decided the teen who pleaded guilty in the 2016 shooting spree in La Loche, Sask., will be sentenced as an adult.

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Marchers walk for Tina Fontaine, for love and peace, and for change

Tina Fontaine

A march is being held in Winnipeg today to honour Tina Fontaine, a day after the man accused of killing the 15-year-old girl was found not guilty.

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Why some say Canada's 'gold-digger' legislation needs to go

Beverly and Ed Duffney

Despite the fact they've been married for more than a decade, Beverly Duffney won't be eligible for Ed's military pension if he passes away before she does. But a private member's bill aims to do away with the federal government's so-called gold-digger legislation.

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Auto sales to dip in most provinces, led by Ontario's 3.1% drop, Scotiabank says

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Scotiabank says that slower job creation and weaker gains in household wealth will likely contribute to softer Canadian sales of cars and light trucks this year.

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RBC hikes dividend as flat first-quarter profit still beats expectations

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Royal Bank of Canada hiked its dividend as it reported a first-quarter profit of $3 billion, which was relatively flat compared with a year ago but beat expectations.

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Annual inflation rate eases slightly in January

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Statistics Canada reported Friday that the consumer price index rose 1.7 per cent year-over-year in January, a slight cooling from the 1.9 per cent increase seen in December.

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Where your tax dollar goes

Cash

Do you actually know what Canada spends its money on? As we prepare for next week's federal budget, let's start with a look at where the money really goes?

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Cheers! B.C. wine industry celebrates end of Alberta ban

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��We remain concerned that any provincial government believes it has the constitutional authority to impose trade bans on Canadian products based on their place of origin,” B.C. Wine Institute president Miles Prodan said in a statement.

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General Mills buying Blue Buffalo Pet Products for $8B US

General Mills Acquisition

Cheerios cereal maker General Mills Inc. will buy Blue Buffalo Pet Products Inc. for nearly $8 billion US, seeking to tap burgeoning demand for natural pet food and offset falling sales for processed items.

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