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A 9-week-old baby is at the centre of a custody fight between a Canadian father and a refugee mother, who is set to be sent back to Colombia.
Students want to know why a Georgetown teacher â" the âheart and soulâ of the schoolâs music department â" was transferred days before a major concert.
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau caused uproar during Question Period in the House of Commons on Wednesday when he shouted an expletive at a Conservative cabinet minister.
A French court found former president Jacques Chirac guilty in a historic verdict Thursday of embezzling public funds to illegally finance the conservative party he long led, and handed him a suspended prison sentence.
Nineteen Muskoka Lake condos are up for sale again after some bidders walked away from ‘winning’ offers later rejected by the developer as too low.
A revised forecast from TD Economics predicts modest growth of 1.7 per cent for the Canadian economy in 2012.
With Research In Motion Ltd. shares shedding 18 per cent of their value since a Dec 2 profit warning, at least one analyst thinks a âmateriallyâ reduced outlook has already been baked into the stock.
The Toronto stock market closed sharply lower Wednesday, pressured by steep drops in the price of oil, gold and copper amid worries about the European debt crisis.
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It seems like life and death, and nobody can tell those young men chopped from Team Canadaâs junior squad on Wednesday this wasnât a big deal.
As of 5 p.m. on Wednesday, bidding for highly coveted Japanese free agent Yu Darvish was closed.
Hornets agree to ship their star point guard for players, 1st-rounderNBA wants best deal for Hornets in exchange for star point guard, but itâs set an impossibly high standard, says a New York Times analysis.
Often hurt and much maligned as a Sabre, Tim Connolly plays his first game in Buffalo since departing as a free agent on Friday.
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Successful alumni sing with the chorus on Dec. 17 at Roy Thomson Hall.
Big names joining the party April 1 in Ottawa.
Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner said the actress was doing well under strict new terms of her probation and urged her to keep up the good work.
Michael Jackson's daughter says she was inspired to be an actress after seeing her father in the film âMoonwalker.â
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H&Mâs Dragon Tattoo collection has made some critics accuse the Swedish label of glorifying rape victims.
Mr. Bigglesworth is a heritage turkey who lives on a Newmarket-area farm, breeding with 20 hens, producing offspring destined for Christmas tables and helping keep his rare breed from extinction.
Rumour is that the head of Jil Sander is in negotiations for the gig. At first glance the thought of him taking over at Dior seems unusual — maybe not.
Banishing shyness may one day be just a sniff away, according to new research.
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Folks flocking to Matamata to see where new Hobbit movies are being made.
Mass tourism has bypassed this outpost of the Dutch kingdom â" preserving history and the ability to get know your hosts.
There's an untouched quality about the sights in the country where tourists are now welcomed by Aung San Suu Kyi's party.
Legendary hotels in New York offer a third night free, or try âTorontolandâ bargains.
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