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Firing of Lac-Megantic engineer ruled illegal, but he won't be returning to work

Firing of Lac-Megantic engineer ruled illegal, but he won't be returning to work

MONTREAL — An arbitrator says the firing last summer of Thomas Harding, the train engineer involved in the Lac-Megantic rail disaster, was illegal. He won't be returning to work, but he will get financial compensation.
Triple killer Dellen Millard appeals conviction and sentence for father's murder

Triple killer Dellen Millard appeals conviction and sentence for father's murder

TORONTO — Triple killer Dellen Millard is appealing his first-degree murder conviction and sentence for the death of his father, arguing the outcome of his case was unreasonable.
In the news today, Jan. 22

In the news today, Jan. 22

Four stories in the news for Tuesday, Jan. 22 ——— CANADA FOOD GUIDE FACELIFT COMING TODAY Canadians will finally see Health Canada's modern spin on healthy eating today.
Olympians, artists among 103 added to Order of Canada

Olympians, artists among 103 added to Order of Canada

The list of new appointments was unveiled by Rideau Hall on Thursday morning
GM to shutter operations in Oshawa

GM to shutter operations in Oshawa

The Canadian Press has learned that General Motors Canada will announce today (Monday) that it's closing its assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario in a move that will affect thousands of high paying jobs.
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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