‘Deeply saddened’: Queen sends condolences to families of Iran plane crash victims

TORONTO — The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh say they are “deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life” following the Tehran plane

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Raptors coach says Powell cleared to return to action, Siakam and Gasol close

TORONTO — Toronto head coach Nick Nurse says guard/forward Norm Powell is cleared to play Sunday when the Raptors host the San Antonio Spurs,

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New Ont. law makes it harder to sue provincial government, sets worrying precedent: legal critics

TORONTO — A new law enacted in Ontario in July makes it harder to take class action lawsuits against the Ontario government, according to

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Chambly trusteeship will end this month

MONTREAL – City councillors in Chambly will soon regain their independence. The Quebec government announced on Thursday that the city’s trusteeship will end on

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Rage Against the Machine announce reunion tour, will headline Coachella

Rage Against the Machine will once again headline Coachella to close out a reunion tour in 2020, the band announced Friday. The rock group,

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Mourners to gather for slain teenager’s funeral in Hamilton today

HAMILTON — Family and friends will gather to mourn Devan Bracci-Selvey at the 14-year-old’s funeral in Hamilton today. The teen was stabbed to death

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U.S. military to present Trump with several options on Iran

Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press Published Friday, September 20, 2019 7:05AM EDT WASHINGTON — The Pentagon will present a broad range of military

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Man dead, twin brother in serious condition after crash in Bolton

A 24-year-old man is dead and his twin brother is in serious condition after an early morning crash in Bolton. Police say it happened

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Amsterdam museum presents results of 5-year Chagall research

AMSTERDAM — New research shows that for much of Russian-French Modernist painter Marc Chagall’s life, which took him from a tiny village in rural

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Indigenous students concerned about changes to CBE program

The Calgary Board of Education is shifting the focus of its Indigenous support away from high school students and to the elementary and middle

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