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Canadian woman dies with aid of doctor in Switzerland
Susan Griffiths won her battle Thursday for the right to die on her own terms, with the help of a doctor, before her body could be completely taken over by multiple system atrophy. atrophy. Griffiths, 72, died peacefully with some family members by her si
A hands-on look at BlackBerry's keyboard-based Q10
Many Blackberry loyalists are holding out for the keyboard-based Q10 -- and consumer technology reporter Michael Oliveira says they won't be disappointed. The devices are set to arrive in Canadian stores May 1.
Federal authorities indict alleged gang members, jail guards
A cabal of corrupt corrections officers and members of the Black Guerrilla Family gang enjoyed nearly free rein inside the Baltimore City Detention Center, federal authorities allege, smuggling drugs and cellphones into the jail and having sexual relation
Canucks clinch Northwest with win over Blackhawks
The Vancouver Canucks clinched their fifth-straight Northwest Division title in style Monday. Daniel Sedin set up Zack Kassian’s goal midway through the second period, and scored on a breakaway in the final minute of the period, and Cory Schneider made 24
Baby's Latest: Going Diaperless
Parents who are raising children with a practice known as elimination communication say it can keep diapers out of landfills and help them bond with their offspring.
Brooks Bandits Win 2013 AJHL Gas Drive Cup
The Brooks Bandits are League Champions for a second consecutive year after capturing the 2013 AJHL Gas Drive Cup tonight with a 6-5 OT victory over the Spruce Grove Saints.
China earthquake toll rises to 180
Residents in China's southwestern Sicuan province huddled outdoors Saturday night in a town near the epicenter of a powerful earthquake that struck earlier in the day, leaving at least 180 people dead and more than 11,000 injured, nearly five years after
Troubling elephant slaughter discovery in Africa
Conservationists have long warned of the existential danger that poachers pose to Africa's elephants. And it's in Tanzania, home of the Serengeti game reserve and one of the world's two largest elephant populations, that the scale of the killings and the
First test of Supreme Court's new face-veil rules imminent
Can a Muslim woman be ordered to testify without a face veil? The Toronto case that sparked a legal challenge enters a final phase as the trial judge is promising to decide shortly on the new Supreme Court rules put in place for wearers of the niqab.
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