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No more public tweets during live TSN coverage after on air incident

TSN says it will no longer air public tweets during live coverage after the all-sports network accidentally carried an inflammatory post from a viewer about Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul and team captain Dion Phaneuf's wife during Monday's NHL trade deadline show. Read more...

New law will ensure life sentences are for life: PM Harper

The Harper government says it plans to introduce legislation that would keep what it calls ``Canada's most heinous criminals'' behind bars for life with no chance of parole. Read more...

Ottawa hoarding millions meant for rural development: NDP

Three NDP MPs accused the Harper government on Tuesday of not spending tens of millions of dollars that are earmarked for economic development in outlying regions. Read more...

Impact tie Pachuca to move into CONCACAF semis

Cameron Porter was the unlikeliest of heroes for the Montreal Impact. Read more...

TSN issues on-air apology to Phaneuf, Lupul & Cuthbert over tweet

TSN has issued a public apology to Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf, his wife Elisha Cuthbert and Toronto forward Joffrey Lupul after the all-sports network aired an inflammatory fan tweet about Cuthbert and Lupul during Monday's NHL trade deadline coverage. Read more...

Postal workers union says ending home delivery is unconstitutional

The union representing Canada's postal workers wants the Federal Court to declare the cancellation of home mail delivery unconstitutional and a violation of the federal Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Read more...

B.C. terror suspects build bombs ahead of alleged Canada Day plot

Just days ahead of an alleged bomb plot, a British Columbia man grew fearful that he and his wife would be forced to “take the fall” if they became a liability to an Arab businessman they believed was helping them carry out their planned Canada Day attack, their trial has heard. Read more...

'Spocking' $5 bill not illegal, says Bank of Canada

It turns out there's not a lot of logic after all in the belief that it's against the law to Vulcanize Wilfrid Laurier's likeness on the $5 bill. Read more...

Dalhousie lifts suspensions for students in sexist postings scandal

HALIFAX -- Dalhousie University in Halifax has decided to allow 12 male dentistry students to return to clinical practice less than two months after they were suspended for allegedly participating in a Facebook page that contained sexually violent content about female classmates. Read more...

Toronto tunnel builders just 'wanted to dig a tunnel': cops

Toronto police say they have solved the mystery of a tunnel discovered near a Pan Am Games venue in the city's north end. Read more...

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