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Witness describes bloody scene after restaurant explosion in Mississauga, Ont.

Toronto Mississauga Explosion Injured Woman

One witness says he heard a huge explosion, before coming upon a chaotic scene of broken glass and bloodied diners at a Mississauga Indian restaurant, while another spotted two men running away from the scene.

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Trump's withdrawal from North Korea summit weakens optimism in South

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The idea of peace on a peninsula still technically at war has started to feel so real that there’s a boom in property sales inside the demilitarized zone, writes Saša Petricic.

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Harvey Weinstein charged with rape and other sex offences in N.Y.

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Harvey Weinstein was charged Friday with rape and another sex felony in the first prosecution to result from the wave of allegations against him that sparked a national reckoning over sexual misconduct.

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Officer-cadet from Royal Military College Saint-Jean expelled for defiling Qur'an

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An officer-cadet at Royal Military College Saint-Jean in Quebec has been discharged and two others could face the same fate after a video surfaced of a student masturbating over a copy of the Qur'an at a party last month.

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Ireland is last Western democracy that bans abortion, but that could end with today's referendum

Tara Flynn

Supporters say repealing a 35-year-old amendment to Ireland's constitution that enshrined a ban on abortions in law simply acknowledges reality. But in a predominantly Catholic country, voting to repeal in Friday's referendum is still controversial.

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Ontario NDP under fire for GTA candidate's Hitler-themed social media post

Andrea Horwath Ontario NDP election campaign 2018

Ontario's Progressive Conservatives are calling on NDP Leader Andrea Horwath to part ways with a candidate in Toronto who shared an Adolf Hitler meme on social media several years ago.

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A NAFTA deal is still possible this year, says Republican congressman

Congressman Kevin Cramer May 2018

Republican Congressman Kevin Cramer says he thinks some version of a NAFTA deal is possible during this congressional session.

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B.C.'s top doctor warns of naturopaths misleading parents about cause of autism

Dr. Bonnie Henry

B.C.’s top doctor says there are “huge potential harms” connected to a homeopathic treatment based on the unfounded claim that vaccines cause most cases of autism.

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CP Rail talks set to resume in Calgary after unions reject railway offer

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Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is resuming contract talks with its train operators and signalling workers after they overwhelmingly rejected the company's offer in a vote ordered by the federal government.

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Trump administration pins target on B.C. wine sales

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The Trump administration has pinned a target on B.C.'s wine regulations, promising to escalate the ongoing trade dispute at the World Trade Organization.

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Fiat Chrysler warns millions of vehicle owners: Don't use the cruise control

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Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles in the U.S. and 490,000 in Canada because in rare but terrifying circumstances, drivers may not be able to turn off the cruise control.

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Oil prices retreat as OPEC, Russia prepared to raise output under U.S. pressure

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Saudi Arabia and Russia are discussing raising OPEC and non-OPEC oil production by some 1 million barrels a day, sources said, while OPEC's chief said a complaint from U.S. President Donald Trump over high prices had triggered the idea of upping output.

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A NAFTA deal is still possible this year, says Republican congressman

Congressman Kevin Cramer May 2018

Republican Congressman Kevin Cramer says he thinks some version of a NAFTA deal is possible during this congressional session.

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Condo buyers left in lurch after developer sells off unfinished Montreal project

Ying Zhang - condo buyer

A group of Montreal condominium buyers are going to court to try to get back either their deposits or their condos, after the unfinished building they were to move into in Saint-Henri in 2016 was sold to another developer.

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