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Search for Mexico earthquake survivors enters Day 4, with some success

APTOPIX Mexico Earthquake

Survivors are still being pulled from rubble in Mexico City as rescue operations stretch into a fourth day Friday, spurring hope among desperate relatives gathered at the sites of buildings collapsed by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake.

Canada sending bomb disposal experts to Iraq to train security forces

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A handful of Canadian army combat engineers will soon be in Iraq to train local security forces in the finer points of detecting and defusing roadside bombs, the Liberal government announced Thursday.

Members of Syrian family targeted by graffiti say they have been beaten, threatened

Syrians targeted by hate Winnipeg

A Syrian father who woke up to find graffiti on his fence telling him to leave Canada was beaten recently and says his children have been bullied by kids who threatened to torch their home.

Use of force 'appears to be justified' in video of shooting, former Ontario police watchdog says

Police shooting video

A shooting by a Toronto police officer to stop a brutal and prolonged stabbing attack last week appears to be justified, says a former director of Ontario’s police watchdog, based on his viewing of video of the incident that is making the rounds on social media.

Finding Frida: the search for the Mexican schoolgirl that never was

Tired Worker

Among the ruins of a Mexican school, a fist became a sign of hope. The raised fist: a signal to everyone to be quiet. Rescuers going through the remains of Enrique Rébsamen school were listening, hoping to hear from a girl trapped beneath the bricks and cement. A girl who, it turns out, was never there.

Infant dies after being found in a vehicle in Toronto's west end

299 Mills infant death

Toronto police say an infant has died after the child was found in a vehicle in the west end.

Privacy commissioner aims to start more investigations rather than wait for complaints

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To make the most of its current powers, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner is shifting more resources into proactive investigations, rather than waiting for people to make complaints.

Sunken German WWI submarine found off coast of Belgium


The well-preserved wreck of a First World War German submarine, possibly still containing the remains of its 23 crew members, has been found off the Belgian coast.

New deadline announced for bids to build navy $60B fleet of new frigates

Frigate replacement

Companies vying to design and build the navy's new frigates will have until Nov. 17 to submit their bids, CBC News has learned.

Missing and murdered inquiry commissioners to review police conduct and 'investigate the investigations'

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The chief commissioner of the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls says she has assembled a team of forensic investigators who are reviewing the activity of some Canadian police forces.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News