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What Trump surrendered by giving Saudi crown prince a pass in Khashoggi's killing

What Trump surrendered by giving Saudi crown prince a pass in Khashoggi's killing

He promised to be the "law and order" president. He pitched himself as the ultimate dealmaker. Yet in a single White House statement on Tuesday, Donald Trump gave ammunition to his critics who say he
Loblaws cranks up self-checkout with app that scans items while you shop

Loblaws cranks up self-checkout with app that scans items while you shop

On Thursday, Loblaws will launch "shop and scan," a pilot project that allows customers to scan their items with a phone app while shopping, saving them time at checkout.
Harmless viral Facebook post is another reminder how easy it is to make online fakes

Harmless viral Facebook post is another reminder how easy it is to make online fakes

Social media platforms continue to help amplify false posts and misinformation, and the onus has largely shifted, unfairly or not, onto users to sort out what’s real and what’s not.
B.C. College of Physicians wants 'Dr. Lipjob' sent to jail

B.C. College of Physicians wants 'Dr. Lipjob' sent to jail

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C. wants a woman known as "Dr. Lipjob" sent to prison for allegedly continuing to give Botox treatments and other injections — in violation of a court order
The NDP is in trouble — and that's bad news for the Conservatives

The NDP is in trouble — and that's bad news for the Conservatives

As the next federal election approaches, Andrew Scheer's Conservatives might be asking themselves whether they can win without a strong NDP.
Bitcoin bust and tech stock decline may be blips or symptoms of wider slump: Don Pittis

Bitcoin bust and tech stock decline may be blips or symptoms of wider slump: Don Pittis

Cryptocurrencies have fallen sharply. So have tech stocks and oil. Is it coincidence or a re-emergence of the so-called death cross?
South Korea's Kim Jong-yang named Interpol president

South Korea's Kim Jong-yang named Interpol president

South Korea's Kim Jong-yang was named the next president of Interpol on Wednesday, edging out a longtime veteran of Russia's security services who was strongly opposed by the United States, Britain
Pusha T concert in Toronto interrupted by brawl on stage

Pusha T concert in Toronto interrupted by brawl on stage

Rapper Pusha T's performance at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on Tuesday night was interrupted after police said several people tried to attack performers on stage.
Canadians giving up necessities, going into debt to pay for prescriptions, study finds

Canadians giving up necessities, going into debt to pay for prescriptions, study finds

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians are going into debt across the country to pay for prescription medication, according to a study from the University of British Columbia.
Skyscraper elevator plunges 84 floors — and everyone survives

Skyscraper elevator plunges 84 floors — and everyone survives

Six people, including a pregnant woman, survived an elevator plunge of 84 floors, after a cable in the shaft of one of Chicago's tallest buildings snapped early Friday morning.
Andrew Scheer pushes lifetime firearms ban for criminals, calls Liberal policies 'lazy'

Andrew Scheer pushes lifetime firearms ban for criminals, calls Liberal policies 'lazy'

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a series of firearms policies Tuesday aimed at curbing gun violence - while slamming the Liberal government's plan to study a national hand gun ban as a lazy
Don't eat romaine lettuce in Ontario and Quebec until source of E. coli outbreak determined, officials say

Don't eat romaine lettuce in Ontario and Quebec until source of E. coli outbreak determined, officials say

The E. coli strain currently suspected of making people sick in both Canada and the U.S. is the same one that caused a similar outbreak last year, prompting questions about why regulators aren't
Police officer denied promotion because of race, hearing told

Police officer denied promotion because of race, hearing told

The lawyer for a veteran Ottawa police officer who claims he's been repeatedly passed over for promotion because of his ethnicity says it's "not acceptable" that there are so few visible minorities
Sergeant-at-arms, clerk at B.C. Legislature on leave amid criminal probe

Sergeant-at-arms, clerk at B.C. Legislature on leave amid criminal probe

Two key officials at the British Columbia Legislature have been placed on indefinite leave over what an official says is a criminal investigation.
U.S. stands by Saudi Arabia as purported transcript of Khashoggi killing goes public

U.S. stands by Saudi Arabia as purported transcript of Khashoggi killing goes public

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Trump voices support for Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi killing; too many Canadians aren't taking influenza
Trump says U.S. won't punish Saudis for role in Khashoggi killing

Trump says U.S. won't punish Saudis for role in Khashoggi killing

U.S. President Donald Trump says the United States intends to remain a "steadfast partner" of Saudi Arabia even though "it could very well be" that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had knowledge
Ottawa ready to order Canada Post back to work

Ottawa ready to order Canada Post back to work

The federal government is reappointing a special mediator to help end the Canada Post strike and says it will table back-to-work legislation if an agreement isn't reached in the next few days.
Worst may be yet to come for cannabis execs, pot users looking to cross Canada-U.S. border, experts say

Worst may be yet to come for cannabis execs, pot users looking to cross Canada-U.S. border, experts say

Marijuana has been legal in Canada for a month already but immigration lawyers and cannabis executives say when it comes to getting into the United States, the worst may be yet to come.
Police investigate after receiving videos of another alleged assault from St. Michael's College School

Police investigate after receiving videos of another alleged assault from St. Michael's College School

Toronto police say they are investigating after receiving two videos Monday allegedly showing a St. Michael's College School student being assaulted with a belt.
Police investigate after receiving videos of another alleged assault St. Michael's College School

Police investigate after receiving videos of another alleged assault St. Michael's College School

Toronto police say they are investigating after receiving two videos Monday allegedly showing a St. Michael's College School student being assaulted with a belt.