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The big chill and a royal visitor; In-The-News for Nov. 18

The big chill and a royal visitor; In-The-News for Nov. 18

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 18. What we are watching in Canada ...

15 charged following protests at two Alberta kennels that provide sled dog tours

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Toes, ashes of Sourtoe Cocktail founder headed for Dawson City saloon

Toes, ashes of Sourtoe Cocktail founder headed for Dawson City saloon

WHITEHORSE — A ceramic urn in the shape of a human toe will soon hold the ashes of the founder of the legendary Sourtoe Cocktail, the whisky drink that comes with the touch of a pickled human big toe.
Closing arguments begin in B.C. case launched in 2009 over private health care

Closing arguments begin in B.C. case launched in 2009 over private health care

VANCOUVER — A framed iconic photo in Dr. Brian Day's office shows Muhammad Ali raising a triumphant gloved hand as he stares down at his opponent splayed on the mat after a first-round boxing knockout less than two minutes into the fight.
Trudeau's cabinet choices have domino effect on House of Commons work

Trudeau's cabinet choices have domino effect on House of Commons work

OTTAWA — As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau settles on his choices for his new cabinet this week, he'll need to deny high-profile executive posts to some MPs in his government and ask them to take on the often unsung roles in the House of Commons that
Teen with cancer whose viral video urged Canadians to vote has died, uncle tweets

Teen with cancer whose viral video urged Canadians to vote has died, uncle tweets

WINNIPEG — A terminally ill cancer patient who recorded a video from her hospital bed that urged Canadians to vote has died, the teen's family says.
Five things to watch for when Trudeau shuffles his cabinet this week

Five things to watch for when Trudeau shuffles his cabinet this week

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to unveil his new cabinet Wednesday, setting the stage for the opening of Parliament on Dec. 5.
Inquiry begins Monday into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family

Inquiry begins Monday into deaths of former soldier and his Nova Scotia family

HALIFAX — It was almost three years ago that Lionel Desmond — a deeply disturbed Afghan war veteran diagnosed with PTSD — bought a rifle and headed to his modest home in rural Nova Scotia. As night fell on Jan.
Rowing Canada, university investigate celebrated coach for harassment, abuse

Rowing Canada, university investigate celebrated coach for harassment, abuse

VANCOUVER — Lily Copeland felt she had found her purpose in life when she joined the University of Victoria rowing team.
Freeland's imprint of foreign affairs remains even if she's shuffled: analysts

Freeland's imprint of foreign affairs remains even if she's shuffled: analysts

OTTAWA — Whether or not Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffles her to a new cabinet post on Wednesday, Chrystia Freeland's imprint on Canada's foreign policy will remain visible for some time to come, analysts suggest.