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Principal of Toronto private school explains delay in reporting alleged assault

TORONTO — The principal of a prestigious private boys' school at the centre of a criminal investigation said Sunday he held off on promptly informing police about an alleged sexual assault involving students on campus because the victim hadn't yet to

Canadian dead more than a week after plane crash in Guyana: Global Affairs

A Canadian citizen who was aboard a plane that crashed through a fence at Guyana's main international airport has died, the federal government said Sunday as it extended its condolences to the person's family.

Thousands march in Montreal in support of farmers, against trade concessions

MONTREAL — Half a dozen tractors rolled through the streets of downtown Montreal on Sunday as thousands of people marched in support of farmers who say they're threatened by the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement.

Scheer has 'concerns' about Ford's move to scrap planned French-language university

Andrew Scheer says he has "expressed his concerns" to Ontario's premier about the cancellation of a planned French-language university — but he has not asked Doug Ford to reverse the decision.

'A giant step forward': new $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond to enter circulation

Wanda Robson still finds it hard to believe that her big sister is the new face of the $10 bill — and the first Canadian woman to be featured on a regularly circulating banknote.

Next Canadian federal election will be target for Russian meddling: Sajjan

HALIFAX — With a federal election less than a year away, Canada's defence minister is warning voters they will be targeted by online cyber-attacks and fake news as Russia steps up its efforts to undermine western democracies.

NATO told Russian election meddling evolving threat that must be met

HALIFAX — A NATO draft report says the problem of Russian meddling in democratic elections continues to evolve and alliance members must be ready to meet the threat. U.S.

CUPW requests mediator as deadline for Canada Post offer expires without deal

OTTAWA — The union representing Canada's postal workers asked the federal government to appoint a mediator in its contract talks with Canada Post as it rejected the Crown corporation's latest offers.

Privacy concerns over credit card use for legal online pot purchases

TORONTO — Canada's privacy commissioner is planning to issue guidance for buyers and sellers of legal cannabis amid ongoing concern about potential fallout, such as being barred from the United States, if transactions become known by third parties.
'Blow themselves up:' Police worried about butane hash oil extractions at home

'Blow themselves up:' Police worried about butane hash oil extractions at home

CALGARY — Alberta law enforcement officials say they are worried that the legalization of marijuana could lead to potentially explosive consequences for users taking a do-it-yourself approach to making cannabis derivatives at home.