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CSIS relied on 'assurances' not to torture

Canadian spies relied on 'assurances' from foreign agencies not to torture

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Coin to mark McCrae's 'In Flanders Fields'

Commemorative toonie with McCrae's likeness to mark war poem's centenary

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Ombudsman looks into paramedic PTSD

Ombudsman investigating Toronto Paramedic Services for stress injury incidents

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Nuisance bears finding trouble across country

Close your doors: nuisance bears find trouble across country

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Child falls from Toronto balcony; will survive

Child in hospital after falling from 8th-floor balcony in Toronto: paramedics

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Collision with boat kills motorcyclist

Motorcyclist dead after colliding with boat being towed

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Rob Ford can return to work 1-2 days a week

Rob Ford can work 1-2 days a week as he recovers from cancer surgery: doctors

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Crown calls it murder, defence says death result of a scuffle

Steven Corbett is on trial in the 2012 stabbing death of friend Shaun McCann

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Motorcyclist critically hurt in Hwy 6 south crash

The OPP have reopened the southbound lanes of Hwy 6 south at Chippewa Road after they investigated a motorcycle collision.

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