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Rick Mehta has been dismissed following Acadia University’s formal investigation into complaints
Nike unveiled the deal with the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback this week, who’s known for starting protests among NFL players over police brutality and racial inequality.
Freeland called that meeting constructive along with the earlier two-hour session with Lighthizer at his office near the White House.
British authorities accused two Russian nationals of attempting to kill Sergei Skripal and daughter
White House officials did not immediately elaborate on Trump’s call for the writer to be turned over
British Prime Minister Theresa May described the suspects as Russian military intelligence officers
There are reports that several people were shot in St. Catharines
Police say they responded to an active shooter situation at the Fifth Third Bank building in downtown Cincinnati.
The announcement comes days after Bannon was dropped from next month’s New Yorker Festival
Canada is facing a fresh deadline to land a trade deal with the United States and save its place in the North American Free Trade Agreement.
“Commander In Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump,” by Rick Reilly
Quebec MP Maxime Bernier says he has raised more than $90,000 since quitting the Conservative party.
People are burning shoes, cutting out Nike swooshes in protest of NFL star
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has warned there will be consequences for teachers who use the modernized version of the lesson plan.
Sean Henderson is being remembered as a skilled and passionate road racer.
The Canada Border Services Agency faced more than 100 founded complaints from travellers last year.
Trump tweeted Monday that investigations of two very popular Republican Congressmen were brought to a well publicized charge, just ahead of the Mid-Terms, by the Jeff Sessions.
Canadian actors say taking a second job is more common than people may think.
Researchers have been watching the ailing killer whale for weeks.
On Day 12 of the provincial election campaign, Parti Quebecois Leader Jean-Francois Lisee said the starting wage would be raised gradually from the current rate of $12 per hour.