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Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday appointed a veteran New York jurist to serve as an independent arbiter and review records, including highly classified documents, that were seized during an FBI search of former President Donald Trump's F
Canadian NHL stars weigh in on a summer of Hockey Canada scandals: 'It's sad'

Canadian NHL stars weigh in on a summer of Hockey Canada scandals: 'It's sad'

HENDERSON, Nev. — Connor McDavid has answered the call to wear Canada's red Maple Leaf throughout his career. The same goes for Nathan MacKinnon.
Former PMs, Canadian celebrities join delegation for queen's funeral in London

Former PMs, Canadian celebrities join delegation for queen's funeral in London

OTTAWA — Canada is sending a handful of celebrities alongside its official delegation to the queen's state funeral Monday in London, England.
Missing woman found safe in the lake after daylong search

Missing woman found safe in the lake after daylong search

'The most incredible thing is this is a very happy ending to a very long day,' says Barrie police official
Green leadership contender Elizabeth May says she never threatened to quit party

Green leadership contender Elizabeth May says she never threatened to quit party

OTTAWA — Elizabeth May says she never threatened to quit the Green Party, and an email suggesting as much was a "mischaracterization" by a well-meaning staffer.
Windsor, Ont., health unit suspends 1,500 students over outdated immunization records

Windsor, Ont., health unit suspends 1,500 students over outdated immunization records

The public health unit in Windsor, Ont., says it has suspended more than 1,500 secondary school students due to out-of-date immunization records.
Monday will be a federal holiday to mark Queen's state funeral: What does this mean?

Monday will be a federal holiday to mark Queen's state funeral: What does this mean?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declared Sept. 19 a federal holiday to mourn Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her state funeral in London. Some provinces are closing schools and select workplaces, while others are not recognizing the holiday.
Former Newmarket teacher calls abuse allegations 'fabrications'

Former Newmarket teacher calls abuse allegations 'fabrications'

Accused of emotional and sexual abuse, and other misconduct, pandemic pundit Ryan Imgrund says things can be 'perfectly understood with context'
'Prepared to wait all night': Long lines as Queen Elizabeth lies in state

'Prepared to wait all night': Long lines as Queen Elizabeth lies in state

LONDON — Members of the public joined a line that stretched for kilometres along the south bank of the Thames River on Wednesday, waiting hours to say an in-person goodbye to the woman who ruled the United Kingdom for 70 years.
Ottawa has lost control of $150M program reimbursing veterans' cannabis: audit

Ottawa has lost control of $150M program reimbursing veterans' cannabis: audit

OTTAWA — An internal audit by Veterans Affairs Canada suggests Ottawa has all but lost control as it shells out hundreds of millions of dollars for veterans' medical marijuana each year without proper oversight, direction or evidence of health benefi