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McGuinty aide David Livingston found guilty in gas plants trial

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A top political adviser to former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty was found guilty Friday of criminal charges for wiping government computers following the cancellation of two gas-fired power plants. David Livingston, who was McGuinty's chief of staff McGuinty's former aide Livingston found guilty of destroying documents about gas plant cancellationsChristie Blatchford: Conviction in Ontario gas plants scandal is a victory for common senseFormer McGuinty chief of staff found guilty of deleting documents in wake of power plants cancellation

Family of Andrew Kinsman, who disappeared near Toronto's Gay Village, 'want the details' of how he died

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Andrew Kinsman's family is still searching for answers a day after a Toronto man was charged with first-degree murder in his disappearance and that of another man near the city's Gay Village last spring. "I want the details. I want to know what Police investigate properties in Scarborough and Madoc with links to accused killer Bruce McArthurPolice search properties connected to alleged Toronto serial killerBRANCO: 'Gay serial killer' arrest brings community together

Lac-Megantic accused all acquitted

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Rail traffic controller Richard Labrie waits at the courthouse as the jury enters its eighth day of deliberations Thursday, January 18, 2018 in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Three ex-railway employees Thomas Harding, Labrie and Jean Demaitre face 47 counts of All 3 MMA rail workers acquitted in Lac-Mégantic disaster trialThree former rail workers acquitted in Lac-Mégantic disasterLac-Megantic residents say wrong people accused, company responsible for disaster

Justin Trudeau should read the Charter of Rights

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands during question period in the House of Commons on Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 (Sean Kilpatrick/CP). At the Southern Alberta Bible Camp, on the shores of the Travers Reservoir, every summer kids canoe, sail, do arts and PM to push economic ties with February trip to Chicago, Calif.Your letters: Canada's back or Canada first?John Ivison: Trudeau's stubbornness over summer jobs application defies common sense

Chilliwack school trustee asked to resign after gender identity rants

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British Columbia's education minister is calling for a longtime Chilliwack school trustee to step down after he accused the province's inclusive gender identity curriculum of being "biologically absurd." In a statement Friday, Minister Rob Fleming said Chilliwack school board asks trustee to resign over comments about transgender childrenChilliwack trustee Barry Neufeld says he 'must remain on the board' to 'protect impressionable children'BC education minister, Chilliwack school board, call on Barry Neufeld to resign

Missing teenager found murdered in trunk of stolen car

12 hours ago
Residents of an East Vancouver neighbourhood are on edge after a young man was found murdered in the trunk of an abandoned car Thursday afternoon. The blue Ponatiac Sunfire had been parked at Fairmont Street near Vanness Avenue for days and had a Body of missing Surrey teen found in trunk of carBody of missing Surrey teen found in the trunk of a car in VancouverTeen found in trunk of car is Vancouver's third murder victim of 2018

Fatal crash closes Hwy 97

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Traffic is flowing again on Highway 97 north of Vernon, according to residents with a view of the highway. Check DriveBC for the latest information on updates and closures. UPDATE: 7:25 p.m.. A fatal collision has closed Highway 97 north of Vernon. One Collision closes Highway 97 in Vernon

Trudeau becomes first sitting PM to visit northern Ontario reserve

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greets residents as he arrives at Eenchokay Birchstick School in Pikangikum, Ontario, Friday. (John Woods/Canadian Press). In what was the first visit by a sitting prime minister to a fly-in community in Ontario's north Trudeau Promises To Help First Nation Reserve With Housing ShortageChief of Ontario reserve says housing shortage worse than ever; PM promises helpPikangikum chief sounds call for more housing for reserve

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