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Killer drunk driver Muzzo wants victims' family to get less|
Lawyers for convicted killer drunk
driver Marco Muzzo are arguing the
family of three and grandfather who
died at Muzzo's horrific collision
shouldn't be entitled to the $25
million they are seeking because of
Muzzo's stiff criminal sentence.
Trudeau to shuffle Cabinet Tuesday|
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to give his year-old cabinet a facelift on Tuesday, shifting some weak ministers and promoting strong performers as his government braces for Donald Trump's imminent ascension to the U.S. presidency.
Cops seize explosives|
Winnipeg police announced their
last week on College Avenue was in
connection with an investigation into
alleged trafficking of emulsion
U.S. ambassador to Canada told to step down|
Bruce Heyman is stepping down as the
top representative of the United States
government in Canada, forced out of his
post alongside other political
appointees as president-elect Donald
Trump prepares to take office.
Government trims vets' medicinal pot amounts|
Almost three-quarters of veterans using medical marijuana will feel the impact this spring when the federal government imposes a new limit on the amount of weed for which it will pay.
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Science of winter: Why are there tiny insects in the snow?|
This winter, Postmedia's Tom Spears looks at what makes our coldest season tick. It's a series we call The Science of Winter, and today we grab a magnifying glass to find out why those tiny black dots on top of the snow are moving. Yup, even snow has bugs.Winter, the insect-free season, is nothing of the kind.