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Toronto Canada animal cruelty subway woman biting dog

Yahoo7 on August 6, 2017, 9:56 am WARNING, DISTURBING CONTENT: A woman has been caught biting her small dog on the face and yanking its leash on a public train in a horrific case of animal cruelty. Close Stop Video Replay 1:06 Disturbing footage shows woman hitting and biting her dog on subway UP NEXT A commuter on the Toronto ...

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Canada-wide warrant issued for high-risk sex offender who didn’t return to Vancouver halfway house – British Columbia

Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for a high-risk sex offender who didn’t return to his halfway house in Vancouver Friday night. Rene Troy Cardinal, 40, was convicted in 1997 for manslaughter and in 2011 for two counts of sexual assault.  According to police, Cardinal manipulated his female victims to get them alone before he violently assaulted them.  Police say he ...

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Manitoba shining as Canada Games hit midway mark

It’s turnaround day at the 2017 Canada Summer Games — the midway point of the multi-sport extravaganza. About 2,000 athletes will ship out today, while another few thousand move into the athletes’ village of the University of Manitoba for the second half of the Games. TOM THOMSON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Manitoba rower Emma Gray won a gold ...

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Bell Services Restored Following Accidental Fibre Damage

Bell says services have been restored throughout Atlantic Canada after what is being called accidental damage to multiple fibre network links earlier today. There is no immediate word on where or how the damage occurred. Bell says service was restored by rerouting and repairing the network infrastructure. The outage affected thousands of Bell customers and other networks including Telus and ...

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Mayor asks Canada Post to stay out of bike lanes

Mayor Jim Watson wants Canada Post to remind employees to stay out of Ottawa’s bike lanes. In an open letter to CEO Deepak Chopra, Watson asks Canada Post to instruct all of its employees to operate in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act. The Crown Corporation has come under fire for parking in bike lanes in Toronto. A parking enforcement ...

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Kelly Knight Craft confirmed by U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s ambassador is heading to Canada: the United States Senate has swiftly confirmed Kelly Knight Craft, endorsing her nomination in time for her to begin work as major trade negotiations start. The confirmation was announced Thursday by the Republican leader of the Senate, Mitch McConnell. He applauded the appointment of his fellow Kentuckian, whom he knows through ...

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NTSB: Air Canada jetliner at SFO just missed hitting other planes

Aug. 3 (UPI) — A commercial airliner attempting to land on the wrong runway in San Francisco last month came within 59 feet of the ground — and barely missed hitting other taxiing aircraft, the National Transportation Safety Board said in an investigation. The NTSB made the revelations in new data Wednesday of its investigation of the July 7 nighttime ...

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Fortney: In Canada, young adults living with parents is the new normal

Census info on Canadian families Avinash Khangura and his wife Amarjit with their children Himmat, 17, left, Manjot, 19 and Amrinder, 16, at their home in Calgary on Wednesday August 2, 2017. Leah Hennel/Postmedia Leah Hennel Leah Hennel, Leah Hennel/Postmedia Leah Hennel Leah Hennel / Leah Hennel/Postmedia On the day his eldest child turned 18, Avinash Khangura approached him with ...

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Bunzl Canada has now raised over $1.4 Million in support of paediatric brain tumour research

BURLINGTON, ON, Aug. 2, 2017 /CNW/ – Bunzl Canada hosted its 18th annual golf tournament in support of b.r.a.i.n.child, a volunteer organization that funds paediatric brain tumour research at the Arthur & Sonia Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. This year’s event, held on July 11th at Greystone Golf Club in Milton, Ontario, was attended ...

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