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Teacher pleads guilty to sexually touching teen
A Nova Scotia teacher and soccer enthusiast has pleaded guilty to invitation to sexual touching involving a teen student.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-10 18:55:12



Torched corpse of woman found in remote B.C. shelter
Police have identified a body that was found burned in a remote shelter in North Vancouver, B.C.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-10 06:58:09



Court hears nude brother repeatedly stabbed sister
Hours after repeatedly stabbing his half-sister while naked, a Calgary man called his foster mom saying he didn't know where he was or how he got there, court heard Monday.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-10 06:58:08



Website owner defends posting killer Mark Twitchell's pen pal profile
As online profiles go, it's pretty standard -- he is creative, considers himself "insightful, passionate and philosophical with a great sense of humor," and enjoys tennis, chess and clever storytelling. Scroll up, though, and some anomalies surface.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-10 06:58:07



Reevely: Federal lawyer Emilie Taman was wrongly forbidden to run for NDP, appeals court rules
The Public Service Commission has to have really strong and clear reasons for stopping a federal employee from running for office, the Federal Court of Appeal says, and it didn't supply them when it ordered lawyer Emilie Taman not to run for the New Democrats in 2015.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-09 18:58:15



'I truly hope prison is very rough for you': Father lashes out at son's killers in court
An angry Dale Hird lashed out at his son's killers Monday, calling them cowards for their roles in the victim's swarming death.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-09 18:58:14



Meryl Streep and Justin Trudeau, two elitists in a pod
For the first time this year, and going back to Christmas, Justin Trudeau's itinerary as put out by the Prime Minister's Office no longer has him taking "Personal" time.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-09 18:58:13



Rochester scientist counts the plastics in Great Lakes
Scientists have studied plastic pollution in the Great Lakes for years, and now one group is answering the question: What does it all add up to?The short answer: Quite a lot. Matthew Hoffman at the Rochester Institute of Technology used a method already used to estimate how much plastic washes into the Atlantic Ocean.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-09 18:58:12



Ottawa woman stranded in Fort Lauderdale returns to family
It was a belated homecoming at the Ottawa airport Saturday night for passengers who had been trapped at the Fort Lauderdale airport in the wake of Friday's deadly shooting. "It's very emotional," said Barbara Hershorn, 74, after hugging her husband and daughter at the international arrivals gate.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-08 10:41:35





Federal government to pay for funerals of four slain in N.S. murder-suicide
The federal government confirmed it will pay for the funerals of four people found dead in a Nova Scotia home last Tuesday.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-08 06:41:42



Family in murder-suicide struggled with former soldier's PTSD
Former soldier Lionel Desmond and his wife Shanna were in counselling as the pair struggled to deal with his post-traumatic stress disorder, and she seemed content the day before they died in a murder-suicide, friends and family said.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-07 06:41:33



Judge allows Quebec City man to keep his 7-year-old pet crow
Moko the crow won't be flying the coop any time soon -- at least according to the bird's owner, who says a Quebec judge has given him permission to keep his pet.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-07 06:41:32



U.S.-Canada border crossing south of Montreal reopens
A major Canada-U.S. border crossing reopened Friday after a bomb threat forced its closure for a few hours, said a Canada Border Services Agency spokesman.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-06 18:41:31



Canadians reported safe after Florida airport shooting that left five dead
TORONTO -- Canadian government officials were trying to determine whether any Canadians were among the casualties of a mass shooting Friday in the baggage area of the airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-06 18:41:30



Federal employment at six-year high in December; region's jobless rate at 6.1%
It was good news, bad news in the capital region in December as jobless rates converged at 6.1 per cent on both sides of the Ottawa River.For the Ottawa market, the rate was a small increase from six per cent recorded in November.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-06 18:41:29



Three moose make trip to Tim Hortons drive-thru
Three wayward moose may have been on the prowl for a caffeine pick-me-up when they showed up at a Tim Hortons drive-thru in St. John's, N.L.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-06 10:41:27



Canadian arrested in Turkey for 'insulting' president on social media: lawyer
A Canadian woman has been arrested in Turkey for allegedly insulting the country's president in comments posted on Facebook, her Turkish lawyer said Thursday.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:41:01



Dogs who attacked child in Castleridge likely to be euthanized
A four-year-old boy was with his parents visiting family when he was attacked by two German shepherd dogs, according to the City of Calgary.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:41:01



Immigrants most excited about Canada 150 celebrations; Quebecers -- not so much
The newest Canadians are the ones most pumped up to celebrate the country's sesquicentennial in 2017 according to a survey on Canada 150 events and attitudes posted online this week by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:41:00



2017 list of 'predatory' science journals published, hundreds claim to be Canadian
The annual list of the world's shaky and outright fake science journals is out, and Canada figures prominently, with hundreds of new entries calling themselves the Canadian Journal of one thing or another.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:40:59



'I will fix it,' struggling ex-soldier said before Nova Scotia murder-suicides
A clearer picture is emerging of the former soldier involved in an apparent murder-suicide in Nova Scotia, with his own words on social media revealing a man struggling with PTSD who was trying to get his life back.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:40:59



Family of Montreal woman killed by dog suing canine's owner
The family of a woman who died after being attacked by a dog says it plans to sue the canine's owner.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 18:40:58



'This is the year to visit,' New York Times proclaims of Canada
O Canada!The New York Times has picked Canada as No. 1 of 52 places to go in 2017, touting it as "a world unto itself, with cosmopolitan cities, barely explored natural wonders and everything in between" -- plus our "weak" dollar.Thus, "this is the year to visit," the newspaper's travel section proclaims of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-05 06:42:01



Raitt drops gloves in Conservative leadership [Video]
The gloves are finally off in the federal Conservative race, with Lisa Raitt tossing blows Wednesday that she hopes will knock out both Kevin O'Leary and Kellie Leitch.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-04 18:41:37



Woman says she was locked in basement, sexually assaulted
Saskatoon police are looking for suspects after a woman says she was unlawfully confined in a basement for a number of hours and sexually assaulted.
Newspaper: Ottawa Sun
Feed: Canada Date: 2017-01-04 18:41:37



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