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  1. Bissonnette shot dead six worshipers at a Quebec City mosque in the worst anti-Muslim attack in the

    Quebec mosque shooter gets life, no parole for 40 years

    A 29-year-old who shot dead six worshipers at a Quebec City mosque in the worst anti-Muslim attack in the West got life in prison Friday.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A man holds a jar full of cannabis buds at an expo in Pretoria

    Cannabis craze weeds out junior mining field

    A boom in cannabis investment is siphoning capital away from mining and hitting junior miners hardest, forcing them to up their game and ...
  3. Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen (L, pictured September 2017) said Canada is taking steps

    Canada opens doors to some 750 ex-slaves from Libya

  4. Fourteen people, including current and former diplomats and their families, are seeking Can$28

    Canadian diplomats hit by mystery symptoms in Cuba sue Ottawa: Report

    Canadian diplomats who suffered from mysterious health complaints while they were posted to Cuba in 2017 are suing Ottawa for taking too long to ...
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    Exclusive: Facing crackdown in Canada, drugmakers offered billions in price cuts

    Canadian pharmaceutical industry lobby groups, in an effort to head off a planned crackdown on prescription drug prices, offered to give up ...
  6. Pedestrians walk past an HMV shop in central London

    Canadian group rescues UK music retailer HMV

  7. FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is pictured outside their research facility in Ottawa

    Huawei CFO may fight extradition by claiming US political motive-report

    Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada and faces possible extradition to the United States, is exploring a defence that claims U.S.
  8. FILE PHOTO: Handout of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's chief financial officer (CFO)

    Huawei CFO may fight extradition by claiming US political motive: report

    Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada and faces possible extradition to the United States, is exploring a defense that claims U.S.
  9. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledges Can$53 million, about $40 million, in humanitarian

    Canada's Trudeau announces US$40 million in aid to Venezuelans