» Penn. police fatally shoot 17-year-old boy fleeing traffic stop
21/06/18 03:43 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A police officer fatally shot a 17-year-old boy just seconds after he fled from a traffic stop late Tuesday in a confrontation partly captured on video from a nearby home.

» Wire bristle from BBQ brush gets stuck in 6-year-old Manitoba boy's throat
21/06/18 00:17 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A 6-year-old Manitoba boy is safe after a wire bristle became lodged in his throat during a Father’s Day barbecue dinner.

» Wire bristle from BBQ brush gets stuck in 6-year-old Manitoba boy's throat
21/06/18 00:17 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A 6-year-old Manitoba boy is safe after a wire bristle became lodged in his throat during a Father’s Day barbecue dinner.

» Does Canada separate migrant families or detain children?
21/06/18 00:04 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
U.S. President Donald Trump has rescinded a policy that separated migrant children from their parents and placed them in detention centres, but the outcry over the situation has prompted many Canadians to ask about their own country’s de...

» Swoop Airlines: What you need to know about Canada's new low-cost carrier
20/06/18 20:46 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Just before sunrise, Canada’s newest ultra-low cost airline, Swoop, saw its first flight take to the skies.

» B.C. fish farms given four years to get First Nations approval
20/06/18 20:18 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
The British Columbia government has given fish farm operators four years to show the open-net pens don't harm wild salmon stocks and to get approval from the First Nation whose territory they occupy.

» 'Toy Pile of Shame': Canadians protest Canada-U.S. refugee policy
20/06/18 16:28 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Canadians are piling toys outside the immigration minister’s constituency office in protest of the Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States.

» 'We're still criminals': Pot activist Jodie Emery 'distressed' by marijuana bill
20/06/18 16:22 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Pot activist Jodie Emery says she’s ‘distressed’ by the federal government’s plan to legalize cannabis because it fails to explain what will happen to those who have already been convicted of drug-related offences.

» Canada's cannabis law makes headlines worldwide
20/06/18 16:11 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
After the Senate voted to pass a bill legalizing recreational cannabis in Canada, the legislation sparked headlines and social media reaction around the globe.

» Ontario nuclear plant to produce medical isotopes used for diagnosing diseases
20/06/18 15:26 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A nuclear station east of Toronto will become “the first large scale” facility to produce much-needed medical isotopes used to detect cancers and diagnose various medical conditions.

» Police charge man accused in brazen attack on woman caught on video
20/06/18 15:24 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Police say a man accused of attacking a woman in broad daylight west of Toronto has turned himself in after investigators released video of the alleged incident.

» Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls U.S. child migrant policy 'wrong'
20/06/18 15:12 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the U.S. policy of separating child migrants from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border and detaining them, is "unacceptable."

» Separating migrant children from parents risks long-term effects, doctors warn
20/06/18 14:57 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Prominent pediatricians are warning that the trauma that migrant children are experiencing from being forcibly separated from their parents could cause the children lifelong psychological damage.

» House of Commons rises for the summer
20/06/18 14:30 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
The House of Commons has adjourned for the summer and MPs will soon be heading back to their ridings and constituents, with whom they’ll spend the next few months.

» Trudeau India trip included $17K for celebrity chef, $3.6K for hockey jerseys
20/06/18 14:25 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s February trip to India included payments of more than $17,000 for a Vancouver-based celebrity chef and nearly $3,600 for Team Canada hockey jerseys, according to documents.

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