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Canadian profiled in new book about discovery of 'rigged' stock markets
A former Royal Bank of Canada employee who helped turn the spotlight on the practices of high frequency traders says parts of the market are rigged.
RCMP charge 19-year-old man in Heartbleed privacy breach
Police have charged a 19-year-old man from London, Ont., in connection with the loss of taxpayer data from the Canada Revenue Agency website.
Jimmy Carter becomes first U.S. ex-president to urge Keystone XL rejection
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter is urging Barack Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.
Cameras will broadcast from Manitoba courtroom for first time today
Video cameras will capture a murder trial verdict in Manitoba Wednesday, as part of a pilot project aimed at increasing public access to the court system.
BoC keeps policy interest rate unchanged
The Bank of Canada says it is keeping interest rates at historically low levels for the foreseeable future while shaving its previously posted expectation for the economy's performance in the first quarter and 2014 as a whole.
Flooding prompts state of emergency in Tweed, Ont.
A state of emergency has been declared in Tweed, Ont. due to widespread flooding that is impacting roads and homes east in the community approximately 220 kilometres northeast of Toronto.
Calgary stabbing suspect likely to undergo psychiatric assessment
The young man accused of stabbing five people to death at a Calgary house party Tuesday will likely be remanded for a psychiatric assessment, the city’s police chief told CTV News.
Man arrested at Boston Marathon finish line to undergo mental health evaluation
The man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker on the anniversary of the bombings was sent to a state psychiatric facility for an evaluation Wednesday following his initial court appearance.