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UN hails Fidel Castro as iconic leader of 20th century|
The president of the UN General Assembly called Fidel Castro "one of the 20th century's most iconic and influential leaders" at a memorial tribute to the late leader of the Cuban revolution who led his country for nearly 50 years.
Fact check: No proof of mass vote fraud in Michigan|
A widely shared story that claimed in headlines that Michigan had mass Democratic voter fraud and that more than half of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's Detroit vote faces disqualification is false. State election officials say there is no proof to back up either claim.
Ottawa man who held teen sex slaves jailed for 2 1/2 years|
An Ottawa man who was convicted of using two 16-year-old girls as sex slaves in a basement has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison.The sentencing of Antonio Comunale on Tuesday brings an end to a trial that heard from the two teenaged victims and their horrific testimony of sexual abuse while intoxicated and confined against their will
Court unseals search warrant for Hillary Clinton's emails|
The FBI told a federal court it needed a search warrant to look at thousands of Hillary Clinton's emails on the laptop of former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner because they had the potential to cause "grave damage to national security" if disclosed, according to court documents made public Tuesday.
Gatineau defence lawyers want access to breath-test data|
It wasn't the usual courthouse scene on Tuesday. No pickpockets, no drug traffickers -- just a physics professor giving a lesson in how alcohol molecules absorb light from an infrared beam.The physics lesson is central to some 70 impaired driving cases under way in West Quebec.Defence lawyers in the Outaouais are asking a judge to give them access t
'Kid's been shot': 911 call in road-rage killing|
Newly released 911 recordings depict a frantic, chaotic scene as a grandmother pulls into a Little Rock shopping centre and discovers her 3-year-old grandson has been shot in what police describe as a road-rage killing.
Trudeau's 'cheeky' quip stirs up City of Ottawa's bilingualism debate|
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admits he may have been a little "cheeky" when he made a comment on bilingualism last week.When questioned if he supported the idea of Ottawa being designated a bilingual city by a Radio-Canada journalist, Trudeau asked if Gatineau was ready to do the same.
CHEO concussion study suggests light exercise speeds recovery
A new CHEO research study suggests that light aerobic exercise may speed recovery from a concussion. The study, published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has the potential to turn conventional wisdom on its head since most doctors now recommend that patients avoid any kind of exercise in the immediate aftermath of a concussion.
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Family baffled by targeted shooting of mogul|
The brother of a Calgary real estate developer gunned down outside of his mansion early Monday says the family doesn't know why Riaz Mamdani was targeted in the attack, but they are confident he will make a full recovery.