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No winning ticket for $21 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $21 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the draw's guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Quebec. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on Jan.

Candlelight vigil held in Toronto for Iranian general killed by U.S. airstrike

Toronto police say a candlelight vigil for an Iranian general killed by a U.S. airstrike — and a protest by those who opposed him — ended peacefully on Saturday night. Const.
Canadian-led NATO training mission in Iraq suspended amid security concerns

Canadian-led NATO training mission in Iraq suspended amid security concerns

Rising security risks posed by the death of a prominent Iranian general have prompted NATO to temporarily suspend a training mission in Iraq being led by Canadian troops, the federal defence minister said Saturday.
Fuel spill at Montreal's Trudeau airport as refuelling workers' strike continues

Fuel spill at Montreal's Trudeau airport as refuelling workers' strike continues

MONTREAL — Aircraft refuelling workers with Swissport Canada remained off the job Saturday as a strike that began earlier in the week continued.
Supreme Court eyes brighter future with skylight, grand hall in temporary digs

Supreme Court eyes brighter future with skylight, grand hall in temporary digs

OTTAWA — They say justice must be seen to be done, and that should become a little easier in the Supreme Court of Canada's temporary new home.

No winning ticket for Friday night's record $70 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — The richest prize in Canadian lottery history remains up for grabs. No winning ticket was sold for the $70 million dollar jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
'Truly sorry:' Poet linked to killer of Indigenous woman cancels Regina lecture

'Truly sorry:' Poet linked to killer of Indigenous woman cancels Regina lecture

REGINA — A celebrated Canadian poet has cancelled a lecture about Indigenous justice issues at the University of Regina following outrage over his working relationship and friendship with the killer of a local First Nations woman.
Iranian-Canadians dance, cheer and celebrate death of top general in Iran

Iranian-Canadians dance, cheer and celebrate death of top general in Iran

TORONTO — Several dozen Iranian-Canadians danced and cheered in Toronto on Friday as they celebrated the death of a top general in their home country. An American airstrike authorized by U.S. President Donald Trump killed Gen.
Killing of Iranian general sparks concerns for safety of Canadian troops

Killing of Iranian general sparks concerns for safety of Canadian troops

OTTAWA — The safety of Canadians in the Middle East is the government's "paramount concern" following the death of a top Iranian general in an American airstrike, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Friday. Gen.
Daughter hopes social media can lead to answers in mother's killing 39 years ago

Daughter hopes social media can lead to answers in mother's killing 39 years ago

WINNIPEG — Denise Pochinko remembers waking up and hearing the screams. She hid under blankets with her sister until sirens drowned out their panicked breathing. It was October 1980 in Winnipeg and she was five years old; her sister Jody was six.