Hassan Diab wages court battle for Canadian citizenship certificate

OTTAWA — Sociology professor Hassan Diab, who spent a decade fighting allegations of terrorism, is now battling in court for a copy of his

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$16.1M chimp parliament painting smashes Banksy record

A Banksy painting depicting the British parliament populated by chimpanzees smashed the record for the mysterious British street artist on Thursday, fetching nearly £9.9

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Sea lion in B.C. suffering from gunshot wounds to the head euthanized

VANCOUVER — A sea lion being treated for gunshots to the head has died at the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. The aquarium

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Harry Potter removed from Tennessee Catholic school library

NASHVILLE — A Catholic school in Tennessee has removed the Harry Potter books from its library after the school’s priest decided they could cause

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Road safety a priority as students head back to school

Drivers are reminded to slow down and use caution as students across Saskatchewan return to school next week. Thousands of students will be back

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Police in Regina say man wanted in infant’s death in 2017 has been arrested

REGINA – Police in Regina say a man who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in the death of an infant nearly two years

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Father blames unknown assailant for girls' murders

Oak Bay father Andrew Berry testified in his defence at trial Friday, saying he did not kill his daughters on Christmas Day. Source link

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Canine unit who helped find Kitchener teens in Algonquin Park gets a tasty award

The crowd at the Ottawa Redblacks game cheered on as OPP Canine Zoe helped herself a well-deserved treat. Zoe, handler Scott Ganon, and Mike

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Inmate escapes from Beaver Creek Institution in Gravenhurst

Published Sunday, July 28, 2019 7:36PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, July 28, 2019 7:42PM EDT Bracebridge OPP are on the hunt for a 56-year-old

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I took on the Nazis: Canadian vet recalls helping lead D-Day invasion

TORONTO — On June 6, 1944, Jim Parks of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles was among about 14,000 Canadians who landed in Normandy, part of

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