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Former deputy calls his firing part of Trump's 'war' with FBI

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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces that he is firing former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a longtime and frequent target of President Donald Trump's anger, just two days before his scheduled retirement date.

Chinese president Xi Jinping re-appointed with no term limits

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Xi Jinping has been reappointed as China's president with no limit on the number of terms he can serve.

Trump lawyer claims up to $20M in damages against porn star

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U.S. President Donald Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, wants a lawsuit brought by porn actress Stormy Daniels moved to federal court, and claims the woman could owe $20 million US in damages for violating a non-disclosure agreement.

Teller who admitted helping with heist not allowed to back out of guilty plea, judge rules

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A judge has ruled that a former Calgary teller who regretted pleading guilty for her role in a bank heist because she didn't like the consequences will not be allowed to back out of her plea.

Former Olympic coach wins $3.7M US in discrimination case


Canada’s former Olympic women’s hockey coach has been awarded $3.7 million US in a discrimination lawsuit against her previous employer, the University of Minnesota.

BMO joins TD in banning customers from buying bitcoin on credit cards


The Bank of Montreal has stopped allowing customers to use its credit cards to buy cryptocurrency such as bitcoin.

Man who disappeared from Toronto's Gay Village 'led double life,' wife learned

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The wife of one of three men — whose disappearances launched an investigation now linked to alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur — says she learned from police months earlier that her missing husband led a double life and likely did not want to be found.

Canadian hobbyists help shed light on mysterious northern lights phenomenon 'Steve'

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Scientists were initially perplexed by a mysterious purple light that seemed somehow linked to the northern lights. But with the help of some Canadian aurora watchers, scientists now have a better understanding of the phenomenon the hobbyists named Steve.

Canada sending troops to UN peacekeeping mission in Mali

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The Canadian military will deploy helicopters and support troops, including medical teams, to the troubled west-African country of Mali later this year, CBC News has learned.

Toronto police confirm investigation into Hedley singer Jacob Hoggard

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Toronto police confirmed Friday evening that the sex crimes unit has opened an investigation into Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News