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Man, 22, killed trying to stop fight outside Tibetan centre
Twenty-two-year-old Tenzin Tseten, who is Toronto's 10th homicide victim this year, was trying to stop a fight outside the Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre over the weekend when he was stabbed to death, police say.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Chartwell selling 14 retirement residences across Ontario for $65.9M
Chartwell Retirement Residences is selling what it calls a non-core portfolio of 14 retirement residences in Ontario for $65.9 million.
Nanaimo Daily News
Some mayors concerned over separatist ownership of English community newspapers
The mayor of Portage la Prairie, Man., is not happy that his local community newspaper is owned by a media magnate who wants to break up the country.
Ontario raw milk crusader Michael Schmidt loses conviction appeal
Ontario's top court has slapped down an Ontario farmer who has long championed the right to sell and drink unpasteurized milk.
Buses detour around rail crossing after lights malfunction
Warning lights are flashing but the barriers remain raised where Fallowfield and the Transitway intersect.
Canada and South Korea announce they have concluded a free-trade deal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his South Korean counterpart announced early Tuesday their two countries have concluded a free-trade agreement that the government boasts will be a major boost for Canadian exporters in the fast growing Asian market, but detractors fear will damage Ontario's key economic auto industry.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Federal departments cite cyber-attacks among biggest risks
Three years after hackers were found snooping around Treasury Board systems, a successful cyber-attack remains the biggest risk facing the department, according to a new report to Parliament .
Thomas King wins $25,000 RBC Taylor Prize for non-fiction for The Inconvenient Indian
Tom King, native author, who was born in California to parents of Cherokee and Greek descent, is the NDP's federal candidate in Guelph U one of three ridings that will hold byelections in the fall.
Justin Bieber Skips Toronto Court Appearance
Bieber's lawyer, Seth Weinstein, is instead appearing to answer a charge that the pop star assaulted a limo driver, Abdul Mohar, on December 30, 2013, after leaving a Toronto nightclub, the Toronto Star newspaper reported .
Oral cancer drugs popular, but costs not reimbursed in Ontario, Atlantic Canada
People in Ontario and Atlantic Canada face financial hardship that other Canadians don't when it comes to accessing cancer treatments taken orally, a coalition of more than 30 cancer organizations says.
Two Lev Tahor children stopped at Calgary airport: media reports
Media reports say two more children belonging to a fringe Jewish sect will be placed in the care of children's aid after being stopped at Calgary International Airport.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Fight outside Tibetan cultural centre leaves 1 dead, 1 hurt
A police officer examines the scene of a Etobicoke stabbing that killed one man and sent another to hospital on Sunday morning.
The Toronto Star
Drugs for rare diseases looming health hazard
Costly “orphan” drugs - a growing segment of the global pharmaceutical market - could have catastrophic consequences for health-care finances around the world.
Plans moving forward for new Detroit-Canada bridge
Land acquisition for the New International Trade Crossing could start this summer on the U.S. side of the Detroit River, with bridge construction scheduled to begin in 2016.
The Montreal Gazette
Stephen Harper heads to South Korea to ink long-awaited free-trade pact
Prime Minister Stephen Harper departed Sunday for South Korea, widely expected to complete another long round of free-trade negotiations that his critics were denouncing as secretive and potentially bad for Canadian workers.
Charlotte Gray's 'Massey Murder' gives voice to servant in 1915 crime case
Researching the case of a young female servant who shot and killed a member of Toronto's prominent Massey family after he tried to kiss her in 1915 proved particularly challenging for renowned Canadian non-fiction writer and historian Charlotte Gray.
Cape Breton Post
What's happened to job creation in Canada? It's all about Alberta
The latest employment data for February showed that the oil-rich western province created an impressive 18,800 jobs, largely in construction, mining and oil and gas, while in the rest of the country overall employment fell.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Dozens exposed to contaminant at Ottawa hotel pool: fire official
Firefighters say dozens of people were exposed to an abrasive contaminant in a west-end Ottawa hotel but no one is seriously hurt.