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Coroner to investigate death of 24-year-old Montreal half-marathon runner

MONTREAL — A coroner will investigate the death of a runner during Montreal's marathon on Sunday amid questions about whether it took too long to get him help.
Trudeau and Scheer attack Ford and Wynne in battle for bountiful Ontario

Trudeau and Scheer attack Ford and Wynne in battle for bountiful Ontario

OTTAWA — Ontario leaders — old and current — were pinned in the crossfire of Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer's battle Monday for the vote-rich province that's the gateway to federal victory.
Chretien, Clark help represent government at UN during federal campaign

Chretien, Clark help represent government at UN during federal campaign

UNITED NATIONS, United States — Former prime ministers Jean Chretien and Joe Clark are helping represent Canada at the United Nations General Assembly as the Trudeau government takes a pass during the federal election campaign.

Poll suggests Canadians concerned about fake news, but struggle to spot it

A new survey suggests Canadians are concerned about the proliferation of fake news, but they aren't necessarily equipped to stop it from spreading.
Supreme Court judges hear two cases in Winnipeg, meet with Indigenous leaders

Supreme Court judges hear two cases in Winnipeg, meet with Indigenous leaders

WINNIPEG — The Supreme Court of Canada's decision to hold hearings outside of Ottawa for the first time in its 144-year history is part of a plan to let Canadians see how the high court works and strengthen trust in the institution, says Chief Justic
Montreal mayor commits to 55 per cent emissions cut at UN, says cities must play big role

Montreal mayor commits to 55 per cent emissions cut at UN, says cities must play big role

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante was on the international stage at the United Nations Climate Summit today, telling the audience that cities will have a key role to play in the fight against climate change.
Cooper steps down from justice committee, apologizes for quoting white supremacist

Cooper steps down from justice committee, apologizes for quoting white supremacist

St. Albert MP Michael Cooper has stepped down from the federal justice committee and apologized for comments he made last week to a witness who had presented on online hate.

Humboldt driver gets eight years

The truck driver responsible for the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been given 8 years behind bars. Judge Inez Cardinal, who called the collision “catastrophic,” handed Jaskirat Singh Sidhu down his sentence on Friday morning.