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PETA takes Toronto to court over removal of anti-Canada Goose ads

PETA takes Toronto to court over removal of anti-Canada Goose ads

Toronto violated an animal welfare organization's right to free expression when a company contracted by the city took down the group's anti-Canada Goose ads, court heard Tuesday.
Roughly 13,000 without power days after snowstorm pummels Manitoba

Roughly 13,000 without power days after snowstorm pummels Manitoba

WINNIPEG — The farm that has been in Jamal Abas' family for four generations was without power for a sixth straight day Tuesday — one of thousands of homes and businesses across Manitoba still suffering after a massive snowstorm that brought down tre
Sprinting to the finish line and disappearing dimples; In-The-News for Oct. 15

Sprinting to the finish line and disappearing dimples; In-The-News for Oct. 15

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 Oct. 15. What we are watching in Canada ...
'Save the kids!' Dorian survivor tells the harrowing story of his wife's death

'Save the kids!' Dorian survivor tells the harrowing story of his wife's death

TORONTO — Cialin Dany knew he was in trouble when he saw a massive palm tree laying on the ground next to the Abaco Lodge.
Conservatives stoke fear of NDP-Liberal coalition as Scheer pushes for majority

Conservatives stoke fear of NDP-Liberal coalition as Scheer pushes for majority

OTTAWA — Andrew Scheer is raising the spectre of a reckless, tax-and-spend Liberal-NDP coalition government to urge Canadians to hand the Conservatives a majority on Oct. 21.
First Nations displaced by storm share concerns with Scheer campaign

First Nations displaced by storm share concerns with Scheer campaign

WINNIPEG — Families forced to flee the Lake Manitoba First Nation are expressing frustration around evacuation efforts following a recent snowstorm that's left thousands of people in the province without electricity for days.

Police plead for more witnesses in alleged hit-and-run that badly injured toddler

Toronto police are asking those who witnessed an alleged hit-and-run that badly injured a toddler, his mother and his grandmother on Sunday to come forward. Const. Alex Li notes that the crash happened in broad daylight at a busy intersection.
'Blond hair everywhere:' Nurse first on scene remembers Humboldt Broncos crash

'Blond hair everywhere:' Nurse first on scene remembers Humboldt Broncos crash

Vivian York recalls that the debris was still flying when she drove up to an intersection where the Humboldt Broncos hockey bus and a semi-truck carrying peat moss had just collided.
Great white tagging program off N.S. stirs debate over treatment of sharks

Great white tagging program off N.S. stirs debate over treatment of sharks

LUNENBURG, N.S. — Enthusiastic scientists aboard the research vessel MV Ocearch pumped their fists as a voice crackled over the radio announcing the expedition had hooked its 11th great white shark this fall off Nova Scotia.
Unprecedented snowstorm leads to state of emergency in Manitoba

Unprecedented snowstorm leads to state of emergency in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — Nearly 21,000 Manitoba homes and businesses remained without power early Monday in the wake of a snowstorm that the province's Crown energy utility said had left an unprecedented amount of damage to transmission lines, towers and more, and