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Child, 13, dead in crash involving horse-drawn buggy in Ontario

Child, 13, dead in crash involving horse-drawn buggy in Ontario

NORTH PERTH, Ont. — A 13-year-old has died after a crash in Ontario involving a passenger vehicle and a horse-drawn buggy.
Winds over 100 kilometres per hour hit East Coast as homeless tie down tents

Winds over 100 kilometres per hour hit East Coast as homeless tie down tents

HALIFAX — Powerful gusts were forecast to reach speeds of more than 100 kilometres per hour on Canada's East Coast on Monday, as residents of homeless encampments across the Halifax area secured their tents in hopes of weathering the storm.
Senators believe Martin is 'perfect fit' to take over as coach

Senators believe Martin is 'perfect fit' to take over as coach

OTTAWA — The slumping Ottawa Senators are looking for consistency and believe Jacques Martin is the coach who can best deliver it. The Senators announced Monday they had relieved D.J.
Human Rights Tribunal accepts homeless encampment residents' complaint against city

Human Rights Tribunal accepts homeless encampment residents' complaint against city

VANCOUVER — B.C. Human Rights Tribunal will hear a complaint from those who camp at Crab Park and allege the City of Vancouver and its park board discriminate against them by not providing "basic survival services.
Canada joins EU, Britain, others decrying 'extremist settlers' violence in West Bank

Canada joins EU, Britain, others decrying 'extremist settlers' violence in West Bank

OTTAWA — Israel should do more to stop "extremist settler" violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, said a recent statement of "grave concern" issued by 14 countries, including Canada.
Quebec doctors say emergency room overcrowding is putting patient health at risk

Quebec doctors say emergency room overcrowding is putting patient health at risk

MONTREAL — Overcrowding in Quebec hospitals is "out of control" and putting the lives of patients at risk, says a group representing chief doctors in the province's emergency departments.

Manitoba drivers to see insurance rate cut as regulator chides Crown corporation

WINNIPEG — Manitoba drivers will pay lower auto insurance premiums next year, under a new ruling by the provincial regulator.
Final electric-vehicle mandate to come Tuesday, sales must double by 2026

Final electric-vehicle mandate to come Tuesday, sales must double by 2026

OTTAWA — Canadian auto companies sold more electric vehicles this year than ever before, but would still need to nearly double that number within three years to meet a new national mandate.

Ski Report

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Quebec mother acquitted in daughters' deaths after third murder trial

Quebec mother acquitted in daughters' deaths after third murder trial

MONTREAL — A Quebec woman was acquitted Monday in the 2009 deaths of her young daughters after a third trial on the same murder charges, leaving unanswered the question of who killed the girls.