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  1. 'To me that is leadership': Melinda Gates on PM Trudeau putting gender on G7 agenda
    World-travelled philanthropist Melinda Gates is commending Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for being the first world leader to use their G7 presidency to elevate gender equality as a priority.
  2. Three-minute magnetic brain stimulation treatments can reduce depression symptoms: study
    A three-minute treatment involving magnetic stimulation of the brain works just as well as the standard form of such therapy for people with hard-to-treat depression, a new study has found.
  3. CPR saves lives: After Toronto van attack, people look to hone first aid skills
    St. John Ambulance, an organization dedicated to teaching and training the public in first aid, says it has seen a surge in interest for its courses since the Monday afternoon attack that claimed the lives of 10 people.
  4. From doodles to tattoos: parents are getting inked with their kids' creations
    A growing number of parents are getting tattoos of their children’s artwork.
  5. 'The real Bill Cosby': Comedian convicted of sexual assault
    Bill Cosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era, completing the spectacular late-life downfall of a comedian who broke racial barriers in Hollywood on his way to TV superstardom as America's Dad.
  6. 'Full-court press' on NAFTA as Freeland skips NATO meeting for negotiations
    Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is skipping an important diplomatic trip to Brussels to stay in Washington as NAFTA talks intensify.
  7. Pilot likely disoriented in crash that killed Jim Prentice
    The Transportation Safety Board says the pilot of a plane that crashed, killing former Alberta premier Jim Prentice, was probably disoriented.
  8. Security video captures part of Toronto van attack
    Security video has emerged of the deadly van attack that killed 10 individuals along a one-kilometre stretch of a Toronto sidewalk.