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CRTC weighs impact on revised wireless code following Rogers request for delay

CRTC weighs impact on revised wireless code following Rogers request for delay

TORONTO — It's all but certain that the Canadian telecom industry's revised wireless code of conduct won't be fully implemented before Christmas, including a change in the way customers are billed when data usage goes over their contract's limit.
RCMP looks to expand third-party reporting for sexual assault cases

RCMP looks to expand third-party reporting for sexual assault cases

OTTAWA — The RCMP is exploring ways to expand a program that allows victims to report allegations of sexual assault — and get the help they need — without actually having to go to the police and face their fear of not being believed.

Trudeau to personally unveil Liberals' peacekeeping plan

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will personally reveal today what Canada has offered to provide the United Nations in terms of troops and military equipment for peacekeeping missions.
Doctors encourage inoculation against painful shingles, laud new vaccine

Doctors encourage inoculation against painful shingles, laud new vaccine

TORONTO — Like many Canadians, Anne Van Burek had chickenpox as a child. But she never expected the virus that causes the itchy rash to come back to haunt her decades later.
Family, friends, teammates say final goodbye to Roy Halladay

Family, friends, teammates say final goodbye to Roy Halladay

CLEARWATER, Fla. — Toronto Blue Jays pitching great Roy Halladay was remembered Tuesday as an amazing husband, father, friend and teammate who was one of the best pitchers of his generation but an even better man.

Six stories in the news for today, Nov. 15

Six stories in the news for Wednesday, Nov.