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Ontario court orders new trial for man convicted of sexually assaulting friend after wedding
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The Court of Appeal for Ontario found the judge failed to properly caution jurors on the dangers inherent to eyewitness identification and failed to give guidance on how to assess evidence related to Paul Chafe’s reaction to the allegations.

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Jagmeet Singh calls for public inquiry into SNC-Lavalin controversy
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‘The prime minister seems to be continuously helping out his friends rather than everyday Canadians,’ Singh told reporters.

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Driver clocked 122 km/h over speed limit in Saskatoon
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Saskatoon police say they clocked a motorist going 122 km/h over the speed limit this past weekend.

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Royal Canadian Navy culture a barrier to recruitment efforts: retired commander
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The regular navy force is made up of about 8,000 sailors, according to Commodore Steve Waddell, but they’re currently 10 per cent short of that.

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Trump may have committed a crime, ex-FBI official Andrew McCabe tells ’60 Minutes’
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“The president may have been engaged in obstruction of justice in the firing of Jim Comey.” McCabe said.

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WHL Roundup: Sunday, February 17, 2019
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PORTLAND, Ore. – Joachim Blichfeld added to his league-leading numbers with three goals and an assist as the Portland Winterhawks beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.

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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens fall to the Florida Panthers
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Where the Habs are in the playoff chase will decide what Bergevin does as the trading deadline approaches.

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Vancouver Police search for missing senior with dementia 
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Vancouver Police are looking for missing senior Glen McKim.

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With Brexit deadline six weeks away, UK is in high anxiety
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Pretty much everyone in the U.K. agrees that the Conservative government’s handling of Brexit has been disastrous. Unfortunately, that’s about the only thing this divided nation can agree on.

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Australia says a ‘state actor’ led cyberattack against political parties
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison did not identify the state behind what he described as a “malicious intrusion” on Feb. 8.

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Princeton-area man credits Facebook group with helping save his life
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A man who lives in a rural area is crediting a Facebook group with helping to save his life by calling for an ambulance when his cellphone signal couldn’t get through.

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Winnipeg firefighters battle early morning blaze on Jarvis Avenue
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Winnipeg Fire and Paramedic Service responded to reports of a fire in a multi-family home early Sunday morning.

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Aurora shooter was issued firearm permit after 1995 assault conviction
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Gary Martin, who was killed in a shootout with officers Friday, ending his deadly rampage at the Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora, was issued a firearm owner’s identification card in January 2014 after a background check failed to show a 1995 aggravated assault conviction in Mississippi

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Quebec woman stabbed to death, teenage son in custody: police
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A 17-year-old boy is under police surveillance at a Quebec City hospital, in connection with the stabbing death of his 49-year-old mother Saturday night.

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Here’s what is open and closed in New Brunswick on Family Day 2019
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Global News has everything you need to know about what is open and what is closed on Family Day in New Brunswick.

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Edmonton Oilers acquire former London Knights in separate trades
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The Edmonton Oilers made two trades on February 16 and landed a former London Knight in each one.

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Activists says a still-active human rights case in N.L. speaks to the lasting homophobia in Canada
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LGBTQ activists who championed the issue of same-sex marriage more than a decade ago say the case’s renewed life speaks to lingering homophobia in Canada.

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Kelowna Rockets shut out by visiting Vancouver Giants at Prospera Place
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With only 12 games left in their regular season, the Rockets are sitting in the third and final playoff spot in the B.C. Division.

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Nova Scotia to honour beloved folk artist Maud Lewis for Heritage Day
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Maud Lewis is this year’s honouree for Heritage Day, a Nova Scotian holiday dedicated to recognizing a person, place or event that helped shape the province’s history and identity.

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Call of the Wilde: Tampa Bay Lightning shut out the Montreal Canadiens
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It was the final of four big tests over nine days for the Montreal Canadiens.

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Coyotes knock off Maple Leafs 2-0 in Matthews’ return
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Darcy Kuemper stopped 21 shots and the Arizona Coyotes spoiled Auston Matthews’ return to his hometown with a 2-0 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.

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OHL Roundup: Saturday, February 16, 2019
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Jan Jenik had two goals and two assists to lead the Hamilton Bulldogs past the Peterborough Petes 6-4 on Saturday night in Ontario Hockey League action.

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Victims of Aurora shooting included intern on his first day
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Trevor Wehner was a 21-year-old Northern Illinois University student on his first day as an intern in human resources at Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora and attended the fateful meeting where the gunman was fired and then started shooting.

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Canadian RJ Barrett has triple-double, No. 2 Duke beats NC State, 94-78
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Canadian RJ Barrett had Duke’s first triple-double in 13 years, finishing with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.

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Man wanted after 22-year-old woman suffers gunshot wound
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The Edmonton Police Service is looking for Johnathan Gabriel Graham.

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Manitoba men honoured as heroes for helping bus passenger in danger
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Jonathan Meikle and Matthew Shorting were presented with two Royal Canadian Humane Association Bravery Awards for helping a bus passenger who was threatened by a man with a knife in November, 2018.

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Reading horoscopes is an addictive ritual, even in a world of skeptics
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Astrology is rooted in practices and values that have been around for centuries in many cultures.

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Pope Francis defrocks former U.S. cardinal over sexual abuse crimes
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Defrocking means McCarrick, 88, who now lives in a friary in Kansas after he lost his title of cardinal last year, won’t be allowed to celebrate Mass or other sacraments.

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Are shadowy agents targeting Canadians who criticize an Israeli spyware firm?
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NSO Group is fighting three lawsuits that allege its spyware was used to monitor journalists, activists and a friend of Jamal Khashoggi in Canada.

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Hamilton police identify suspect in Highway 403 road rage shooting incident
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Police say they are looking for a 22-year-old man in a case of road rage on Highway 403 between Hamilton and Brantford that ended in gunfire.

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Thompson RCMP officer cleared of perjury by police watchdog
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The Independent Investigation Unit (IIU) cleared an RCMP officer of possible perjury charges. She had been accused of misrepresenting herself in a 2018 Thompson murder trial.

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Kim Jong Un to arrive in Vietnam on Feb. 25 ahead of summit with Trump
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Trump and Kim will meet in the Vietnamese capital on Feb. 27 and 28 for the second summit between the two leaders since their historic first meeting in Singapore last June.

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India gets U.S. backing as it mulls action against Pakistan-based militants
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The U.S. has told India it supports its right to defend itself against cross-border attacks, the government said, as New Delhi considers retaliation against a car bombing claimed by Pakistan-based militants.

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Southern Alberta seeing decline in influenza cases
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Alberta Health Services is encouraging those who have not had their flu shot to get one.

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Unclear how court fights will play out against Trump’s national emergency
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The National Emergencies Act of 1976 doesn’t say what constitutes a national emergency or impose any other limits on the president.

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Academy backtracks following uproar, says all Oscars will be aired live
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The film academy on Friday said all 24 categories will be shown live, after all, at the 91st Academy Awards on February 24.

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Saskatoon Farmers’ Market searches for new venue after leaky roof dampens lease renewal
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More than 100 vendors from the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market will be displaced unless they find a new venue by 2020.

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Woman shot inside car in west-end Toronto dies
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Veronika Mrhova, 24, has been identified as the victim who officers say was shot while sitting inside a white Mercedes-Benz. 

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