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Quebec smokers v. 'Big Tobacco': Class action lawsuit final arguments underway
Final arguments are underway in a landmark case pitting Quebec smokers against Big Tobacco.
World’s 'hottest alleged thief' is Canadian, facing 114 charges
Quebec woman Stephanie Beaudoin is being dubbed the world’s sexiest alleged criminal after a photo of her on a boat in a bikini went viral.
Alaska TV reporter quits on air to promote pot full-time
A reporter for an Alaska TV station revealed on the air that she owns a medical marijuana business and was quitting her job to advocate for the drug.
Policing costs, numbers rising despite falling crime: study
A study out of the Fraser Institute says policing costs and the number of officers continue to rise despite a decline in crime rates.
Isis Martinez starts petition to stop calling jihadists 'ISIS'
A Florida woman named Isis Martinez is drumming up support for her petition calling on U.S. media outlets to stop invoking her name when referring to Islamic State, the terrorist group commonly referred to as ISIS.
Canada threatened in Islamic State recording
Responding to a new propaganda audio recording encouraging Islamic State supporters to kill Canadians, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Stephen Harper says that Canada will not be 'cowed' by threats from the extremist group.
Sweet surprise planned for Edmonton girl recovering from surgery
An Edmonton girl who had surgery for a rare tongue disorder will return home from hospital to a sweet surprise: a personalized freezer stocked with popsicles to help her recovery.
Canadians show off 3D printer for Nutella, other materials
While hundreds of thousands of people marched against climate change in New York City, across town, two young Canadian entrepreneurs displayed an invention they hope might put a little dent in the global carbon footprint.