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Charbonneau Commission still hasn't seen $250,000 cheque

The commission that looked into corruption in Quebec's construction industry is still waiting to see a $250,000 cheque that a former magnate says he gave to the campaign of an ex-Montreal mayoral candidate in the 1990s. Read more...

Westmount's Eugenie Bouchard loses at Wimbledon

Last year's Wimbledon runner-up, Eugenie Bouchard, lost her opening match at this year's tournament, losing to Chinese qualifier Duan Ying-Ying 7-6 (3), 6-4 on Tuesday. Read more...

Mulcair held talks in 2007 on joining Tories as adviser: Maclean's

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair was in discussions in 2007 to join the Conservative party as a senior adviser on the environment to Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Read more...

Six passengers injured in evacuation of flight diverted to Winnipeg

WestJet says six passengers sustained injuries during an emergency evacuation when one of its flights was diverted to Winnipeg on Monday night due to what the company has only termed "a threat." Read more...

Julie Snyder's production firm ends TV work over tax credit

The fiancee of Parti Quebecois Leader Pierre Karl Peladeau says her entertainment firm will end TV production because the government has denied the company a lucrative tax credit. Read more...

Ex-Alpine Canada ski coach Bertrand Charest denied bail again

Former national ski coach Bertrand Charest has again been denied bail on a host of sex-related charges involving 12 alleged victims. Read more...

Luka Magnotta searches for 'prince charming' on dating site for prisoners

The convicted killer, whose crimes made headlines around the world, has joined a matchmaking website for inmates. Read more...

Airbnb co-founder welcomes Quebec regulations

The co-founder of online home-rental website Airbnb says he welcomes regulations being mulled by Quebec, adding that government oversight would boost the site's credibility. Read more...

Missing Ontario hikers turn up alive after a week in B.C. backcountry

Search-and-rescue crews were shocked when an Ontario couple missing for seven days walked out of the backcountry in southern British Columbia. Read more...

Salmonella outbreak linked to frozen raw breaded chicken products

The Public Health Agency of Canada says an outbreak of salmonella infections in four provinces has been linked to frozen raw breaded chicken products. Read more...
 

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