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Mother charged with sexually assaulting her own children
A Niagara, Ont.-region woman is facing 36 charges stemming from allegations that she sexually assaulted both of her children with a weapon, made them available to be sexually abused by others, and was involved in the production of child pornography.
Living on the edge in Churchill
Churchill is a unique place, not only in Manitoba but in Canada and around the world. But the northern town's port may be closed and rail service has been cut, and tourism is not enough to maintain the community in its current form.
Avoiding crazy is Canada's best economic strategy: Don Pittis
Trump and Brexit and activist monetary policy — never mind various destabilizing clashes — make Canada seem boring in a hair-raising world. Despite last week's gloomy economic data, Canada is about to prove that a little bit of boring is a big asset.
Rome police rescue lonely elderly couple with plates of pasta
The officers responded to reports of shouting and crying at an apartment in the southeast part of the city last Tuesday. The couple – Jole, 84, and her husband Michele, 94, - have been married nearly 70 years. They told the officers they were fine, but th
Amnesty International calls for halt to Site C dam
Amnesty International is calling for a stop work order on British Columbia's $8.8 billion Site C hydroelectric dam, saying the mega project on the Peace River threatens the human rights of indigenous peoples.
Ontario wineries frustrated by government obstacles
Small Ontario wineries and distilleries say they face a tangle of red tape and overwhelming taxes that make it too hard to serve consumers and build their businesses - and recent provincial changes are far too small to make a difference.
Alaska earthquake "swarm" probably not earthquakes at all
Earlier this summer, the scientists at the Alaska Earthquake Center began monitoring a swarm of small earthquakes in an area about eight miles west of Mt. Spurr. According to State Seismologist Dr. Michael West, they probably aren’t earthquakes at all.
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