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Calgary Tower reopens four months after elevator fell with people inside

Calgary Tower reopens four months after elevator fell with people inside

CALGARY — One of Calgary's most recognizable landmarks has reopened nearly four months after an elevator plunged several storeys with eight people inside.
Toronto cop takes stand in assault trial, admits causing victim's eye injury

Toronto cop takes stand in assault trial, admits causing victim's eye injury

OSHAWA, Ont. — A Toronto police officer accused of beating a young black man nearly three years ago testified Tuesday he was acting in self-defence when he delivered the punches that ruptured the man's eye.
City investigating after toddler in Toronto killed by falling air conditioner

City investigating after toddler in Toronto killed by falling air conditioner

TORONTO — The death of a two-year-old girl who was hit by a falling air conditioner has prompted an investigation by the City of Toronto. The child died in hospital after she was hit around 3:30 p.m.
'The Pharmafist': Quebec pharmacist wins international award for defending science

'The Pharmafist': Quebec pharmacist wins international award for defending science

A Quebec pharmacist and blogger who takes on junk science with cartoons, a sense of fun and a no-nonsense attitude has won a prestigious international prize for science communication.
Popular Coach's Corner segment at crossroads after Cherry departure

Popular Coach's Corner segment at crossroads after Cherry departure

TORONTO — Sportsnet brass made the call to end Don Cherry's nearly four-decade run on Hockey Night in Canada's "Coach's Corner" after his rant over the weekend. Their next big decision may be even tougher.
Former spy chief warns Canada resting on its laurels amid global uncertainty

Former spy chief warns Canada resting on its laurels amid global uncertainty

OTTAWA — A former head of Canada's spy agency is warning that this country is resting too heavily on its laurels at a time of rising global threats and upheaval, including dysfunction among its Western allies and the emergence of China and Russia as
Debates commissioner David Johnston suggests separate debate for main contenders

Debates commissioner David Johnston suggests separate debate for main contenders

OTTAWA — Leaders' debates in future election campaigns might be better if there were more of them but some featured only the main contenders for prime minister, federal debates commissioner David Johnston said Tuesday.

Child pronounced dead after Saudi flight makes emergency landing in St. John's

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Police in St. John's, N.L., say a two-year-old child was pronounced dead after an international flight made an emergency landing at the city's airport today. A spokeswoman with the St.
As brazen organized crime shootings hit Montreal, police mum on extent of problem

As brazen organized crime shootings hit Montreal, police mum on extent of problem

MONTREAL — A panicking woman spins in circles and screams for her children. Well-dressed party-goers in the posh hotel lobby are frantic. A uniformed officer is on his knees, trying to pump life back into a dying Mafioso.
An unapologetic Don Cherry and a button-loving toddler; In-The-News for Nov. 12

An unapologetic Don Cherry and a button-loving toddler; In-The-News for Nov. 12

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. 12. What we are watching in Canada ... MISSISSAUGA, Ont.