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Cop loses 3 days pay after breaching privacy rules

Snooping through confidential police records and relating their contents to a friend will cost Const. Jennifer Finniss three days' pay and force her to stay home.


Cops to keep close watch on bus-only lanes as Transitway closure begins

Motorists caught in the new bus-only lanes on Hwys. 417 and 174 will get stern warnings before cops start writing tickets.

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2 arrested, one sought after Ottawa police make drug

Two people were arrested and a third is being sought after Ottawa Police raided an Abbeydale Circle home this week.

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City cop pleads guilty to drunk driving charge

An Ottawa cop got a $1,000 fine Friday after pleading guilty to a drunk driving charge.

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Province sticks with snow removal companies

The Ontario government is sticking with the contractors it hired to clear snow from provincial highways.

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Mike Harris: Where did common sense go?

It's exactly 20 years since Mike Harris and his Common Sense revolutionaries rolled across this province, sweeping from third party to government.

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Guilty verdicts in fatal scaffolding collapse

A project manager who oversaw a construction crew involved in a fatal scaffolding collapse in 2009 was convicted Friday in the deaths of four workers

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Let the public watch documentary, Premier Kathleen Wynne says

Premier Kathleen Wynne says she hopes a controversial documentary commissioned by her office will soon be released for public viewing.

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Ex-MP Dean Del Mastro ordered released on $5,000 bail while he appeals convictions

Former Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro has been ordered released on $5,000 bail one day after his conviction for "cheating" during his 2008 re-election campaign.


Second Quebec youth pleads guilty in 2014 triple slaying

Another Quebec teen has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder charges stemming from a triple slaying in a town midway between Montreal and Quebec City.


Stop dumping pet fish into lakes, rivers, say Alberta Environment officials

Officials with Alberta Environment are pleading with people in the province to stop dumping their pet fish into local bodies of water.

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One dead after car plows into Walmart garden centre, bursts into flames

One person is dead after a car smashed through an Edmonton Walmart garden centre and burst into flames.

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Tourists flee Tunisia after deadly terrorist attack

Tunisia's prime minister on Saturday called for all citizens to work together to defeat terrorism as thousands of tourists prepared to leave the North African country.

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U.S. Supreme Court rules in favour of gay marriage nationwide

The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry in a historic triumph for the American gay rights movement.

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Escaped N.Y. prisoner killed by police: Report

Richard Matt has been shot and killed, The New York Times reported on Friday.


Obama sings 'Amazing Grace' at funeral of slain pastor

President Barack Obama lead thousands of mourners in singing "Amazing Grace" on Friday at the funeral of a Charleston church's slain pastor.

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Red-eye at the pool? It's not the chlorine, it's the urine

The Center for Disease Control in the U.S. says its not the chlorine that makes your eyes red, it's all the urine.

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Big tractor stolen from construction site found in church parking lot

A large tractor stolen from a Utah construction site was found abandoned at a Mormon church, apparently after the thieves took it on a joy ride.


Lamb genetically modified with jellyfish mistakenly sold as meat

A mutant lamb that carried a jellyfish gene that would make its skin transparent for organ research mistakenly ended up as dinner for someone.

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Colorado man reportedly woke to black bear nibbling ankle

A resident of a Colorado mountain town woke from a nap on his deck to find a black bear nibbling his ankle.

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The cheaters on Harper's watch

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Monumental costs to unwanted monument


Mexican visa requirement a must

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