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Brampton, Ont., man charged in death of his 11-year-old daughter dies in hospital: police

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A man from the Toronto-area charged with first-degree murder last week in the death of his 11-year-old daughter died Wednesday, according to Peel police.

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Telecom customers face 'unacceptable' harm from misleading sales tactics, CRTC says

Telecom Employees and Customers

New rules are needed to prevent telecom companies from using aggressive and misleading sales practices that harm consumers — particularly seniors and other vulnerable Canadians — to an "unacceptable degree," the CRTC says.

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Empire actor Jussie Smollett charged for allegedly lying about attack, police say

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Chicago police say Empire actor Jussie Smollett has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report when he reported that he was attacked by two masked men.

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Toronto police knew serial killer Bruce McArthur linked to 3 of his victims in 2013: court files

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Toronto police knew Bruce McArthur "had a link" to three of the eight men he pleaded guilty to murdering after interviewing the serial killer in late 2013, according to a newly unsealed judicial order.

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The National

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Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News.

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Wilson-Raybould tells Commons she wants to 'speak my truth' on SNC-Lavalin, tells Liberals she's still on-side

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Jody Wilson-Raybould told the Commons today she wants to tell her side of the SNC-Lavalin scandal now consuming official Ottawa, but she can't "waive" solicitor-client privilege on her own.

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What Karl Lagerfeld taught Canadian fashion designers

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Karl Lagerfeld's five-decade-long career influenced many in the fashion industry, including some of Canada's top designers, who praise his work ethic and flair for reinvention.

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Residential school survivor calls Pope's absence from meeting with sex abuse victims 'disrespectful'

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A residential school survivor attending a Vatican summit on sexual abuse says the Pope's decision not to meet with victims Wednesday shows he isn't committed to dealing with the root causes of the systemic problems afflicting the Catholic Church.

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Telecom customers face 'unacceptable' harm from misleading sales tactics, CRTC says

Telecom Employees and Customers

New rules are needed to prevent telecom companies from using aggressive and misleading sales practices that harm consumers — particularly seniors and other vulnerable Canadians — to an "unacceptable degree," the CRTC says.

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U.S. franchisee files lawsuit against Tim Hortons, alleges price gouging

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A company that entered into an agreement to open hundreds of Tim Hortons restaurants in Minnesota filed a lawsuit against the chain and its parent company today alleging they misled and overcharged the franchisee.

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Samsung unveils new folding smartphone that morphs into mini tablet

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Samsung has unveiled a highly anticipated smartphone with a foldable screen that breaks new ground in a market that has been stuck in an innovative funk. The phone announced Wednesday will be called the Galaxy Fold and will sell for $1,980 US when it is released April 26.

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U.S.-based Devon Energy to sell oilsands assets and leave Canada

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Devon Energy will sell its facilities in Alberta before the end of the year after operating in the oilsands for more than a decade.

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US automakers to Trump: Don't slap tariffs on imported cars

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America's auto industry is bracing for a potential escalation in President Donald Trump's tariff war with the world, one that could weaken the global auto industry and economy, inflate car prices and trigger a backlash in Congress.

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MPs invite Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO to Ottawa to talk fake news

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A group of Canadian MPs is calling on the corporate titans of social media — including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg — to appear before an international hearing Ottawa is hosting this spring to talk about the spread of disinformation online.

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