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Struggling NDP could be the biggest worry for federal Tories as House returns

Struggling NDP could be the biggest worry for federal Tories as House returns

OTTAWA — The federal Conservatives return to the House of Commons today after a tumultuous two weeks that included losing one of their best-known MPs to a sexual-misconduct scandal.
Dennis Oland's retrial in father's murder set to resume after unexpected delay

Dennis Oland's retrial in father's murder set to resume after unexpected delay

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The stalled retrial of Dennis Oland for the second degree murder of his father, Richard Oland, is due to resume on Tuesday morning in a Saint John courtroom.
'A giant step forward': new $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond to enter circulation

'A giant step forward': new $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond to enter circulation

Wanda Robson still finds it hard to believe that her big sister is the new face of the $10 bill — and the first Canadian woman to be featured on a regularly circulating banknote.
Principal of Toronto private school explains delay in reporting alleged assault

Principal of Toronto private school explains delay in reporting alleged assault

TORONTO — The principal of a prestigious private boys' school at the centre of a criminal investigation said Sunday he held off on promptly informing police about an alleged sexual assault involving students on campus because the victim hadn't yet to
In the news today, Nov. 19

In the news today, Nov. 19

Five stories in the news for Monday, Nov.
Halifax man wants to use plastic pot packaging to make prosthetic limbs

Halifax man wants to use plastic pot packaging to make prosthetic limbs

From our affiliate site www.halifaxtoday.ca
Federal carbon tax rebates to exceed cost for most people affected

Federal carbon tax rebates to exceed cost for most people affected

The interview with Prime Minister Trudeau aired on 570 NEWS Tuesday morning
UW Professor makes Canadian history for Nobel Prize win

UW Professor makes Canadian history for Nobel Prize win

Associate Professor Donna Strickland is the first Canadian woman to ever win the Nobel Prize in physics
Brooke Henderson wins CP Women's Open, first Canadian since 1973

Brooke Henderson wins CP Women's Open, first Canadian since 1973

'It's amazing, just surreal," said the 20-year-old
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